“Um, you’re bathing suit is on upside-down.”

“Um, you’re bathing suit is on upside-down.”

The Daily Mail says Isabella McNeil, of San Diego, California, was recently shocked to discover that her two-year-old daughter ordered a $430 couch from Amazon. McNeil had been looking at sofas on Amazon’s app before she handed her phone to her daughter to play with. She didn’t realize that the app was still open. McNeil found out about the unauthorized purchase after receiving an email stating that the couch had been shipped. She is hoping to sell the couch to avoid shipping and return fees.

The U.S. Border Patrol has once again been seizing Mexican-made fireworks. They say the explosives are illegal in many states because they have substandard packaging and charges that detonate too quickly. In Tultepec, Mexico, 6,000 residents work at a fireworks factory that makes its explosives by stuffing diesel fuel, powdered charcoal and rocket fuel into cartridges made out of old cornmeal and dog food sacks.

And finally,

Some swimsuits are pesky little things, with their strings and things. But usually, you can tell them top from bottom. Unfortunately for Lyndsey Brown from Scotland, it was hard to distinguish and she went out into the world wearing her swimming suit upside down. And did say the suit looked good, but certain parts of her kept falling out. She also did admit, that she was a bit tipsy when she put it on. I was going to post a picture, but there was too much of her was, uh, escaping from her suit.