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Good day, bad day: July 13, 2012

Two lucky dogs score the priciest pet wedding ever, while German women have their parking skills impugned — and more winners and losers of today's news cycle

GOOD DAY FOR:

Pampered pooches
A marriage between two dogs sets a Guinness World Record for the most expensive pet wedding ever, with well-wishers donating $158,000 in luxury goods and services to produce the ceremony. [The Daily What]

Autumn babies
New research finds that those born in the fall are more likely to live to 100. [Tecca]

T-Swift
Taylor Swift tops Forbes' list of highest-paid celebrities under 30. She earned a whopping $57 million between May 2011 and May 2012. [Newser]

BAD DAY FOR:

Concert chaperones
An Oregon woman sues Justin Bieber for $9 million, claiming that she suffered permanent hearing damage while accompanying her daughter to one of the Biebs' concerts. [New York

Equal rights in the parking lot
A German mayor introduces women-only parking spots that are, patronizingly, wider and better lit. [Consumerist]

Begging for cleavage
A breast-implant-seeking Ohio panhandler holds a sign that says, "Not homeless, need boobs." She has made only $90 thus far. [Gawker]

For more winners and losers see: Good day, bad day: July 12, 2012

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