It must be true... I read it in the tabloids
It must be true… I read it in the tabloids
▪ Leslie Ray “Popeye” Charping of Galveston, Texas, evidently will not be missed by his family. After Charping died of cancer at 75 his survivors wrote in an online obituary that he’d lived “29 years longer than expected and much longer than he deserved.” His hoed hot liquid on his wife.
▪ Ronnie and Sherron Bridges of Quinlan, Texas, have a pet 2,500-pound buffalo that has the run of their house. The bison’s name is Wild Thing, and he’s lived as the couple’s pet since they sold the rest of their herd when he was a calf. Wild Thing, 11, roams freely e for the news.”
▪ A pair of drunken Canadian men were arrested after allegedly passing through a McDonald’s drive-through on a couch. Police in New Brunswick flashed their lights when they saw an ATV towing the couch past the take-out window, and the four-wheel vehicle sped off, “rtant.”