Somehow, a teenager forgetting to do his chores has become international news.
There’s an 18-year-old kid named Connor Cox who’s a freshman at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. And a few weeks ago, he got a care package from his mom.
But when he opened it up, all he found inside was a bunch of trash.
And not just any trash. It was the trash he was supposed to take out back when he was at home for winter break, but he forgot.
Connor posted a picture of the box of garbage on Twitter and now it’s going viral.
SELENA GOMEZ is putting herself on hiatus, so she can take some time to “focus on her health and happiness.”
She says, quote, “As many of you know, around a year ago I revealed that I have lupus, an illness that can affect people in different ways. I’ve discovered that anxiety, panic attacks, and depression can be side effects of lupus, which can present their own challenges.”
Now, I know what you’re thinking . . . could this be a COVER for something else that’s going on behind the scenes? Well, “People” magazine doesn’t think so.
A source says, quote, “[It’s] absolutely not related to alcohol or substance abuse, [she just] hadn’t felt like herself over the last couple of months.”
Selena didn’t say how long her break will be . . . but supposedly, she’s cleared her calendar for the rest of the year. She also took a break back in 2013, and secretly underwent chemotherapy as part of her lupus treatment.
Let’s say you get into a massive fight with your boyfriend or girlfriend, they DUMP you, and storm out. As they go, they leave the door open and your dog runs away and never comes back. Which are you more upset about?
According to a new survey, people would be more upset about losing their DOG than ending their relationship.
On a pain scale of one to 10, people say losing their dog is a 9.1 . . . and a break up is an 8.8.
Here are a few more results from the survey . . .
38% of people admit they love their dog more than their boyfriend or girlfriend . . . or even their spouse.
Half say they trust their dog and their spouse equally.
And 71% probably wouldn’t date someone if their dog didn’t like them.
He’s standing in his living room with the movie on in the background, but he’s not looking at it. And he does all of the moves EXACTLY like him.