Who Do YOU Have On The “Back Burner?”

Who Do YOU Have On The “Back Burner?”

A new study of married couples and those in long-term relationships found that 62% said they kept someone on the “back burner” during the pandemic, in case their current relationship didn’t work out. Ouch. And more than 50% of respondents said the person on the “back burner” was an ex. (I am so NOT any ones “back burner.” I’m not even someone’s “hot plate.” (Independent)

So, “hammocking” is defined as someone who sets up a hammock between two places. With that picture in mind, the Sheriff’s Department in Weber County, Utah, is urging people to stop climbing high-voltage power towers and hanging hammocks up there. Not only could the people fall from these hammocks, but they could also get zapped with 75,000 kilovolts of electricity that run through the power lines. Hey, what’s that sell? Fresh hammocker! (KUTV-TV)

And finally,
An alligator at the Reptile Zoo, in Fountain Valley, California, recently escaped from its cage during feeding time. Darth Gator is eight feet long and weighs 200 pounds. . The zoo released a statement saying, “Luckily we raised Darth from a baby and he’s very mellow for a ‘gator.” Zookeepers were able to lured him back to his enclosure with raw meat. And when I say “raw meat,” I mean the Zoo’s intern. (The Daily Mail)
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