People were feeding a sea lion from a pier when it suddenly lunged and pulled a young girl into the water. A man quickly jumped in to rescue her, and no one was injured.
A marine mammal expert said the sea lion might have thought the girl’s dress was food.
A 35-year-old woman named Zoe Jackson from North Yorkshire, England met 46-year-old Gerard Brogan last January on the dating website PlentyOfFish.com.
And they dated for about three months. But Gerard says Zoe started getting too intense. And then she dropped a bomb . . . she had SIX children. So he told her he wasn’t ready to commit, and dumped her.
So how do you get REVENGE when a relationship from PlentyOfFish.com goes south? Zoe snuck into his backyard, and filled his hot tub with . . . plenty of fish. Dead fish.
He didn’t find them until he got home from a trip two days later, and they’d been cooking in the hot water that entire time. So obviously his hot tub was ruined.
Zoe was in court this week and pleaded guilty to criminal damage. She got probation and was ordered to pay Gerard $750.
Apparently the Big Trend in Baby Names Is Making It Unclear Whether You Have a Boy or a Girl
Gender has been a huge discussion topic in America this year, mainly because we let “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” dictate our national news cycle.
And apparently the big trend in baby names so far this year is keeping things as gender-ambiguous as possible.
BabyCenter.com says the names that are seeing the biggest jumps in popularity this year are unisex ones.
The top 10 are: Amari, Karter, Phoenix, Quinn, Reese, River, Rory, Rowan, Sawyer, and Taylor. All of those have been going to more boys AND girls than they did in 2014.
According to Babycenter, the reason is, quote, “Millennials are an open-minded and accepting group, and they don’t want their children to feel pressured to conform to stereotypes that might be restrictive.
“Just as companies have started making more neutral kids’ clothes and taking ‘boy’ and ‘girl’ labels off toys, an increasing number of parents are choosing unisex names.”
(BabyCenter / Yahoo)
A high school senior in New Jersey named Patrick Smith asked a girl to prom in front of 2,000 people at some sort of pep rally in April. And now the video of it that his friend posted is going viral, because she REJECTED him.
He was holding a microphone, and when she said she already had a date, the whole crowd reacted. Luckily they’re still friends, and he found another date. Apparently getting shot down didn’t turn him off of the whole elaborate prom-posal thing though.
He asked the other girl by showing up to her house with a giant sign.
56-year-old Lee Wright and her 52-year-old sister Leslie Roy were visiting family up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula back on April 11th . . . and as they were driving home through a remote area, their SUV got stuck in some deep snow.
They were stuck . . . and they were SCREWED. There was no cell phone coverage, their car was almost out of gas, and the road was SO remote that no other cars were driving by.
So they went into survival mode. They put on all the clothes they had . . . they used the snow for water . . . and they rationed the GIRL SCOUT COOKIES they happened to have with them to try to stay alive.
Eventually their family reported them missing . . . and a police helicopter finally spotted their car on Friday . . . after they’d been stranded for TWO WEEKS.
Lee and Leslie were both in shockingly good health, all things considered . . . the medical report just says they were, quote, “a little weak.”