Three Welsh tourists in Australia had themselves quite a night last Saturday, which ended with a scenario fans of the movie ‘The Hangover’ will certainly recognize . After consuming a few too many adult beverages, the trio broke into the local Sea World and swam with the dolphins. The revelers claim things get hazy after that. So when they woke the next morning and a seven-year old fairy penguin named Dirk was in their room they say they had no idea how he got there.
Yes, Kazakhstan is a real country. And, no, it’s not really the goofy backwater that it is portrayed in the movie ‘Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan.’ Or is it?
Last year the United States retired NASA’s space shuttle program, and shipped the remaining crafts out for display in sites around the country. To pay tribute to the end of the space shuttle era, Romanian high school student Raul Oaida strapped a Lego model space shuttle on a weather ballon and sent it towards the great beyond.
Is there anything lower than stealing money from Girl Scouts selling cookies? A shameless Houston, TX area thief did just that, snatching $200 from the scouts of Troop #29152, who were hawking their thin mints in front of a local Wal-Mart.
Ryan Kitching’s mom had been nagging him to clean his room, as moms tend to do. When the 19-year-old from Midlothian, Scotland finally relented and attacked the mess, he found 12 old lottery tickets.
Figuring they must all be losers, he thought about throwing the tickets out with the rest of the junk. But then he had a “strange feeling” that he should check the numbers, and when he did, he was nearly $85,000 richer.
It’s happened to everyone — you text your husband or wife, “I love you with every fiber of my being,” but your phone actually sends, “I love you with every fiber of malaysia.” Most of the time it’s funny, but one person experienced the worst case of autocorrect ever. So bad, in fact, that it prompted a school-wide lockdown.
Lakewood High literacy coach Patricia Schley decided to plan a fun event to help out the 1,400 students who are reading below grade level. The literacy night, planned for Leap Day, was becoming a big deal, but unfortunately, there was one tiny detail that sort of overshadowed the entire evening.
If you happen to be a newscaster who isn’t so sure of the material you’re supposed to read, one way of limiting mistakes is concentrating very hard on the Teleprompter. Kara Manelli of WUFT in Gainesville, Florida displays this technique to a T as she finishes a story about a student housing lottery. She’s concentrating so hard, she doesn’t notice the woman behind her awkwardly trying to hide from the camera.
Rick Silva, the head of Checkers and Rally’s drive-in restaurants was featured on the latest episode of ‘Undercover Boss.’ Like the other sneaky bosses before him, the CEO donned a disguise and pretended he was just a lowly employee, in this case at a Checkers’ franchise in Homestead, Florida. And it was also the first case of a boss breaking his cover and shutting down the workplace on the spot.
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