Hey, what's up! I apologize, I haven't written anything ridiculous in a couple of weeks. I'm back and now that I'm sitting here with COVID, I think it's the perfect time to go off the rails a little bit...
My internet must be spotty because I am getting zero Bumble matches. I don't know what's going on, this is getting embarrassing! Maybe my internet is perfectly fine? Haha! I recently downloaded Bumble, just because, and I am having no luck. I am literally hearing crickets every time I open the app.
Most of the time when searching for something on Google, you don't even have to type exactly what you're looking for. Like a mind reader, Google auto complete takes the hassle out of a few more key strokes. But, have you ever taken a minute to see all of the suggestions Google makes for your search? We did our own Jersey Shore experiment and we got come interesting results.
Most of us can hardly go a day without checking our feed. Checking out Facebook is a ritual now. People of all ages use the social network site. The conversations range from the mild to the wild. But, we can talk. Have you ever wondered what a toddlers timeline would look like?
There are a ton of "reaction" videos out there, but this is one of the better one's I've seen in a while. It's a child cleverly announcing her pregnancy to her parents and in-laws while at the same time surprising her father with a birthday gift. This was all caught on tape and will have you rolling!
In what was surely a bizarre scene for the patrolman who made the bust, a man wearing a full Easter Bunny costume, including a view-obstructing rabbit head, was stopped by the California Highway Patrol for driving without a helmet on Saturday.
It's a guilty pleasure for many. Others are completely cool with admitting they read the "50 Shades of Grey" series. Thanks to the wonders of everyone having a camera on their phone, here are a series pics of awkward people reading "50 Shades" in public.
We've all probably had a close call with our cars and and deer, or even worse, an accident. This radio listener says it happens because municipalities put deer crossings on highly traveled roads. She continues stating her theory by saying we should move the crossing signs to less traveled areas, so the deer know it's safer to cross there. Because you know, the signs are for the deer and not us. Li