Content for Tuesday, May 25


The Average Person Thinks They Can Survive for 2 Weeks in the Wilderness


The average American thinks they can survive for 16 days alone in the wilderness. But... only 17 percent surveyed feel “very confident” in their ability to start a fire with flint. Just 14 percent feel the same about their ability to identify edible plants or berries in nature. While 52% are confident in their ability to identify different types of plants and trees, researchers put that to the test and discovered many weren’t quite as knowledgeable as they claimed. Only a quarter of respondents could identify a black oak leaf, while just 35 percent correctly spotted poison ivy when seeing it in a photo.



BUSTED!!.. Jewelry Store Employee Exposes Man Who Bought TWO Rings At The Same Time - One For His Girlfriend And The Other For His 'Sidepiece'

A jewelry store employee in Montreal exposed a customer who came in to buy a ring for his girlfriend and another ring for girl he was cheating on her with. The worker took to TikTok and wrote “If your boyfriend's name is Jake and he lives in MTL, he just boughttwo rings for his "girl and his sidepiece.” She even held up the two rings that “Jake” purchased including one that cost $50, and the other that cost $45. (Both are made with cubic zirconia in silver settings.) The woman said she used to work at a Pandora store but waited until she quit and worked her last shift to expose the customer.



(TOPIC STARTER)... "What Made You Straight Up "Nope" Out of a Relationship?"


Reddit user u/MistaPwickles asked: "What made you straight up "nope" out of a relationship?" Replies include: "She threatened to stab me. "We were dating for a month." "She taped photos of her ultra sounds of a child she lost custody of with masking tape around my apartment on her first visit to my apartment." "He put a gun in my face and threatened to kill me. Noped right out even though we had been married for years and had kids. I wasn’t going to be around for the day he actually pulled the trigger." "She completely stopped showering because “punks don’t shower” and would then put massive amounts of patchouli on herself to the point where I have developed almost a fear of patchouli." "When my now ex wife came in to the living room where I was sleeping on the couch after a fight and started lunging at me. She asked me if she reminded me of my stepdad who used to come in my room at night and stand over me before he dragged me out of bed by my ankles. He would then put the boots to me for whatever sins I had committed that day." "She was the only person I had ever shared this with. She went out of town for work 2 days later and when she came home I was gone and in another state. It was remarkable the amount of abuse I put up with to that point. It dawned on me then that if he had returned to my life I wouldn’t let him hurt me so there was no reason to let her abuse me either." "My brother took a girl to a high end sushi place and his date ordered 3x the food as he did (he just got a grilled salmon). She ate almost none of it and at the end she said she ordered all the extras so she could “take some home for tomorrow”. When the waiter showed up for the bill she excused herself to go to the bathroom. The waiter asked my brother if he wanted to split the check and at that point my brother did the right thing and stuck her with $100 worth of sushi and booze. The girl returned to see a huge check at her seat." "He canceled my order meal while I went to the bathroom because he thought I ordered too much. It was just small extra dumpling." "She kept waking me up over and over all night trying to have an argument with me. "The argument was about me going to sleep." "She picked me because I had the same first name, general appearance, and lived in the same area of the state as her ex fiance, of two years, that she had just been dumped by a month before we met. I felt even more offended about all of that than just being straight up rejected." "He told me I was stupid for “believing in dinosaurs”."



Woman Throws Away a Million Dollar Lottery Ticket, Gets it Back


A Massachusetts woman who accidentally tossed out a $1 million lottery ticket eventually collected her winnings thanks to the kindness and honesty of the owners of the store where she bought it. The woman bought the $30 Diamond Millions scratch-off ticket in March at the Lucky Stop convenience store in Southwick near where she works. The woman said, ”I was in a hurry, on lunch break, and just scratched it real quick, and looked at it, and it didn't look like a winner, so I handed it over to them to throw away.” The ticket ended up laying behind the counter for 10 days. The son of the store’s owners said: ”One evening, I was going through the tickets from the trash and found out that she didn’t scratch the number. I scratched the number and it was $1 million underneath the ticket." The woman is a regular customer, so the family knew immediately who had discarded it. They asked her to come to the store and they told her about the ticket. She said, "I was in total disbelief. I cried, I hugged them.” The store gets a $10,000 bonus from the state lottery commission for selling the winning ticket. The woman says she gave the family an additional reward. She's saving the rest for retirement.



Pee Pad Pounding! Woman Battered Beau With "Soiled Dog Pads"


A Florida Woman battered her boyfriend with “soiled dog pads” during a late-night confrontation that also included the victim getting sprayed in the face with Windex. Investigators say that 60-year-old Ann Walsh attacked her 64-year-old beau inside the couple’s Clearwater apartment. She was arrested for domestic battery and booked into the county jail. As detailed in an arrest affidavit, Walsh engaged in a “physical altercation” with the victim while he sat on their couch. The retiree, cops allege, “took soiled dog pads and threw them at the victim.” During a post-arrest interview, she reportedly copped to also spraying her boyfriend in the face with Windex.



Man Sets Neighbor’s House On Fire Because They Did Not Mow His Lawn


A man in Iowa set his neighbor’s house on fire because they did not mow his lawn. Firefighters responded to the fire around 6 p.m. on Sunday. The corner of the home was burned, causing an estimated $3,000 in damage. The 53-year-old man admitted to investigators that he was upset because he had asked his neighbors on Saturday to mow his lawn, and on Sunday they still had not cut the grass. The man was arrested for arson.



More Freebies for Shots: United Is Offering Free Flights To Vaccinated Passengers


United Airlines is giving away tickets to anywhere in the world to vaccinated passengers. In the “Your Shot to Fly” sweepstakes, any new or existing MileagePlus member can be entered into a chance to win a roundtrip flight for two, in any class of service, to any location in the world the airline travels if they upload their vaccination records to United’s mobile app or website. The records must be uploaded by June 22nd in order for the member to enter the sweepstakes. United will give away 30 pairs of tickets throughout the month of June.



'Friends' Star Matthew Perry Slammed For 'Bad Taste' With COVID Merchandise


“Friends” star Matthew Perry promoted more merchandise Monday ahead of this week’s HBO Max reunion special. But some fans are not pleased that the 51-year-old actor is modeling a black T-shirt with the Chandler-emphatic question, “Could I be any more vaccinated?” After he posted the image to Twitter and Instagram, fans called him out for linking the reunion with vaccinations during the coronavirus pandemic, which has recorded more than 167 million cases and topped 3.4 million deaths worldwide. One commented wrote, “Making money from a t-shirt relating to vaccines is in bad taste. Could I BE any more annoyed,” while another said simply, “i love you but this tshirt is not it haha.” One respondent noted, “Just propaganda machines for life huh? That’s all celebs are anymore.” Others chipped away at Perry’s marketing efforts on Instagram — where his post was “liked” by his “Friends” castmate Jennifer Aniston — saying, “they are monetizing their sudden rise in popularity because of the reunion. Just capitalism at work here, nothing new.” And another simply asked, “Why would I give a multi millionaire even more money?”



Demand For Houses With Two Kitchens Spikes


The demand for houses with two kitchens is on the rise due to the pandemic. In Los Angeles, one realtor says more than 50% of their projects and clients are demanding two kitchens. Experts say the pandemic drove the demand for the trend over the last year because people want more things under one roof.


Homeowners usually use one kitchen as a showpiece and family-friendly area and the other serves as a prep kitchen.


Deodorant, Teeth Whitener Fly Off The Shelves


Americans are making sure they look good as the country slowly opens back up from the pandemic. In the beginning of the pandemic toilet paper and hand sanitizer were flying off the shelves but now deodorant, teeth whitener and condoms are in high demand as people get ready to get back to normal life. Sales of perfume, nail polish, swimsuits, sunscreen, luggage and alarm clocks are also climbing fast as Americans are ready for much-needed vacations this summer.



Today's AUDIO:



Topic Starters: What prank has been pulled on you?


  1. Call 1

  2. Call 2

  3. Call 3


Chrissy Metz Talks 'This Is Us' Finale


  1. Chrissy Metz says the 'This Is Us' season finale will be "unlike anybody has ever seen before."


Employee Finds $1 million Dollar Scratch Off Ticket In Trash, Returns it to the Woman Who Tossed It


  1. Abhi Shah on finding the $1M ticket.

  2. He decided to return the ticket to Rose, who "cried like a baby" when he handed her the winner.

  3. The family lost sleep over what to do with the ticket.

Charlie Sheen Wanted To Quit Acting To Play Baseball


  1. Charlie Sheen would have quit acting if he'd had the chance to play professional baseball.


Aaron Rodgers Speaks To ESPN About Packers Drama


  1. Asked by Kenny Mayne on SportsCenter about the situation with Green Bay, Rodgers said "culture is built brick by brick" and that the franchise and its foundation is "about the people."


Jewelry Store Employee Exposes Man Who Bought Two Rings


  1. A Montreal jewelry store employee exposed a customer who came in to buy a ring for his girlfriend — and another ring for girl he was cheating on her with. TikTok user Eli, who goes by @ferreiroroche on the app, shared the videoshowing off the two rings in question. 'If your boyfriend's name is Jake and he lives in MTL, he just bought two rings for his "girl and his sidepiece,"' she wrote.

Choir Sings Happy Birthday To Woman On TikTok


  1. A TikTok user posted a clip of a group of friends out to dinner. A birthday girl has a dessert in front of her, and the song "Happy Birthday" is sung by an orchestral choir in a private dining room. The video caption said: "When you ask the waiter to sing 'Happy Birthday' for your wife, and there is an entire orchestra in the other room.. #FYP #birthday."



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