It must be true…
I read it in the tabloids
A British couple is planning to secretly feed their wedding guests a roadkill banquet. In an online job ad, the bride and groom said they need a chef to “come up with some delicious recipes” for the 44 pounds of scavenged squirrel, rabbit, and deer in their freezer. The anonymous pair said they recognize “this isn’t something the ‘average’ chef would be happy in helping us with.” But they added that they’re willing to pay $6,000 to the caterer and hope that someone with “our same passion for the environment can step forward.”
President Trump’s short-lived plan to buy Greenland from Denmark is fueling a real estate boom on the massive Arctic island. Larseeraq Egede, a realtor in the capital Nuuk (population 18,000), said his firm typically gets one or two inquiries a year from potential foreign buyers. But in the week after Trump expressed interest in the chilly island, 10 foreigners called. Demand is now so high that many of his firm’s properties get snapped up in hours. “We sell apartments faster than we get them listed,” says Edege.
A Texas man is on the run from his wife and the authorities after he divorced his spouse without her knowing about it. Police said that Paul Nixon, 51, faked the signatures of his wife and a notary on documents he submitted to a district court. His wife discovered the fraud only when she confronted Nixon about his runaway spending, and he told her they were actually divorced. “She was very surprised,” said Constable Mark Herman. The divorce has since been retracted, and Nixon has gone on the lam. ■