While we would all love to believe that kids just keep getting smarter and smarter, it's possible that we're all just getting dumber. A 7-year-old girl was able to go home after school instead of going to her after school care like she normally would because of a note she wrote pretending to be her parent.
When your name is Bumper Del Mar and you work on a crab boat, you're a dual badass. So, when you go to your captain complaining of pain, he's sure to listen. Especially when you say your testicle is the size of your fist.
Millennials (those who reached young adulthood around the year 2000) have gotten a pretty bad rap, being called lazy, stupid, and generally useless. This woman is a millennial. And she's not a big fan of other millennials.
A woman in Massachusetts made a big mistake this year that almost cost her a fortune. She removed her diamond jewelry to clean it in one of those ultrasonic jewelry cleaners. She set them on some paper towel to dry overnight, and then accidentally swept them into the trash which she took out to the curb the next morning.
This has to be some kind of glitch and the bank is looking into it. But, can you imagine if that negative had actually been a positive? How weird would it be to find out that your mom had been hiding a fortune for years?
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