What LI town do we mean by.
“This could be a town, or something you put up on the wall?”
The Daily Mail claims a Mariachi singer from Mexico City recently received the shock of his life during a live performance. An unidentified man hired the mariachi band to serenade his girlfriend under his apartment balcony. The mariachi band started playing before the woman emerged on the terrace. The lead singer was stunned because the man’s girlfriend was his wife. He had no idea she was cheating on him
NBC says the Maricopa County, Arizona Police recently arrested Dan Gilmore and Laura Vetter for using funny money at a Walgreens. They gave a cashier a fake $100 bill before the cashier noticed its coloring was wrong, but what really gave it away, was the a poorly, hand-drawn picture of Benjamin Franklin.
Heather is doomed to extinction, the girls name, not the flower.Forty-three years ago, it was the third-most popular girlsname in the US, with more than 24,000 babies registered as Heather. Last year, the name fell out of the top 1000 most popular, with only 291 Heathers born there. The death of the name Heather was this week widely blamed on the 1988 bleak Winona Ryder comedy Heathers.
If asked, 33% of men would not know this about their wife. What is it?
Answer: her job title
Chef and restaurateur, Tom Schaudel, drops by every Friday to the MAX-FM morning show with a another story of patrons behaving badly, from his book, “Playing With Fire-Whining and Dining on the Gold Coast.”
A survey says 62% of people think owning one of these, can make someone seem more attractive. What is it?
Ans: A pet.
An unlikely person came to the rescue when the beautiful wedding planned by Andy and Kelsey Schneck in Camden, Ohio, threatened to fall apart at the last minute. Right before their big day, the officiate for their wedding became ill. Enter Emmanuel Morales, who came to the door with a delivery from City Barbecue and found the place in an uproar. No problem. Morales just happened to be a wedding officiant, too, and all ended well. (No word whether they had to tip him twice, once for the BBQ food he delivered and once for marrying them.)
Metro UK claims a man in Essex, England has been spotted driving around town in a battery operated bumper car. The man appears to follow all the rules of the road and uses his arms as turn signals. (Isn’t that a GEICO commercial, just waiting to happen?)
The Huffington Post says the person that plays the University of Colorado’s mascot, “Chip,” is recovering from shooting themselves in the groin during the last game.. with a T-shirt cannon. Chip the Buffalo was carted off the field before returning later in the game. (He just wasn’t as enthusiastic!)