Q: According to an American Airlines survey 35% of people really want to have THIS banned on airplanes. What is it?
A: Reclining Seats
Q: According to a recent survey, the #1 feel good food for women is ice cream. The #1 feel good food for men is THIS. What is it?
Between high unemployment rates and big student loans, it’s tough to be a college student these days.
Which is why a group of guys have been improving the lives of these kids through an act called “reverse pickpocketing.”
It’s exactly what it sounds like … Instead of stealing someone’s money, they take unsuspecting college students’ wallets - and put $100 bills in them.
They film their adventures and have been posting their videos to YouTube.
You’ve got to give these guys credit for finding an entertaining way to help people. (Yahoo News)
Q: Maybe it happened to you yesterday. According to a recent survey, employees are most likely to do THIS on a Wednesday. What is it?
A: Fall asleep at work.
In Australia, a woman turned down a marriage proposal from a wealthy man – and was shocked when he handed her a bill for roughly $185,000 that he claims amounts to all the money he spent on her.
When 42-year-old Marie Lacombe shot down the idea of marriage, 65-year-old Bruce Dusting decided he wanted to be reimbursed for all the gifts and goodies he sent her way, including Zumba classes, shopping trips, dental appointments, tupperware, birthday parties for her kid, a $25,000 unpaid loan, breast implants, and a tummy tuck.
Marie says she never thought the relationship with Bruce was romantic.
Bruce says Marie led him on in order to shake him down. And now, he wants payback. (ScallywagAndVagabond.com)