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A Wife's Love for her Husband that has GONE VIRAL!
An Alabama State Senator's wife has had it with strippers showing up at her house in the middle of the night. This Facebook post and video seems to show that she's ready to give a beat down! What do you think? Love Overboard or just head over heals in love?
Brad says, "I've actually turned that down. They've asked a few times, and no. They can forget it. Trust me. No way. Not in a million years." And yet, we did manage to find a nude photo of Brad, taken from his Twitter page earlier this month. The caption said "What can I say...I was young and I needed the money!".
Teen Girl Pays $15 For Tattoo From Stranger
Somewhere, someone is kicking themselves for being nice to a little old lady.
She thanked the anonymous person who let her cut in line and by an EASY PICK ticket ahead of him. Ouch. That had to sting a little.
An 84-year-old Florida woman just stepped forward for second-biggest U.S. lottery jackpot Wednesday and will pocket a $370 million lump sum before taxes, state lottery officials announced.
Gloria Mackenzie bought the winning ticket in Powerball drawing at a grocery store in Zephyrhills, near Tampa.
Mackenzie did not attend a news conference and pleaded for privacy in a statement O'Connell read to reporters.
The amount of the prize ballooned to $590 million as the drawing approached, with Florida lottery officials selling about $45,000 worth of tickets an hour at the peak.
Mackenzie turned down the 30-year payout and took the smaller one-time amount, O'Connell said.