A student at the University of Georgia was late for a test so they parked illegally, leaving a note on their for the parking enforcement officer, pleading with them to just this once, give them a break.
Well not only did the ticket writer not help the student out, they left a pretty nasty note on the ticket that read, “Hope you failed.”
No word on if it is real, but if it is, ouch!
Story by Dave Basner
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A woman in Bainbridge, Georgia named Teresa Lashley recently sent a group text message that said her daughter-in-law was having a baby. (Bainbridge is in southern Georgia, just across the border from Tallahassee, Florida.)
But it turned out one of her friends had changed his number, and she didn’t know it. So a random guy named Denis Williams got the message instead, and texted back to let her know what happened.
But she still didn’t realize it was the wrong number at that point, and sent him a photo of her holding the baby.
And apparently he was feeling kind of invested in the whole thing by then, because he texted back to find out the name of the hospital . . . and asked if he could come by and take a PICTURE with them.
And at that point Teresa finally realized what happened, but also thought it was funny. So she sent him the room number, and Denis and his brother eventually showed up with PRESENTS.
We don’t know what the presents were, but Teresa posted a photo on Facebook of them posing with the parents. And there are also screenshots of all the text messages.
(Fox13 / Mashable)
I always assumed the waitresses at Hooters might harbor a great disdain for the guys who go there pretending they love the food. But apparently that disdain doesn’t run as deep as I thought.
72-year-old Donald Thomas is a long-time regular at a Hooters in Roswell, Georgia. And a 22-year-old waitress named Mariana Villarreal waited on him recently. (Roswell is about 20 miles north of Atlanta.)
Apparently she’d waited on him before, but barely knew him, because she’d only worked there three months. Anyway, while they were talking, she found out he recently lost function in both kidneys due to cancer.
That hit close to home for Mariana, because her grandmother recently passed away from kidney failure. She knew Donald could still live a normal life with one kidney . . . so she offered to give him one of HERS. And he accepted.
The surgery happened last Friday at a transplant center in Atlanta, and Donald and Mariana are both doing fine.
(WXIA / WMAZ)