A couple in Zephyrhills, FL was able to overcome some workplace animosity to create an office romance. Along the way she was fired, they met online, broke up, she was rehired and, oh, theeeeeeen they got married. Confused? Check it out.
A woman in Santa Rosa (yes, of course it's Florida) went bananacakes when her husband was interested in watching a Jennifer Lopez film. Because he insisted on watching a J. Lo film, she felt obligated to (allegedly) set fire to his go-kart, boat and some of his personal effects. And it wasn't a matter of his not having decent taste that caused the Floridian to go Stephen King's Firestarter on his ass. Nope! This firebug from the Sunshine State was just jealous at the possibility that her husband might prefer J. Lo's bootiliciousness. And then the hurt feelings really started.
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Researchers have found an interesting correlation between divorce and having daughters. The research states that having a daughter gives you a five percent greater chance of getting divorced than having a son, and that number just keeps increasing with each little pink bundle of joy that the wife births.
A woman allegedly faked Leukemia in order to get her dream wedding in New York and honeymoon in Aruba. The woman's husband (now outgoing husband) says his old old-lady even had him convinced that she had the Big C. Because they were featured in a newspaper article and a public outpouring, as a result of that newspaper article, financed their dream wedding plus Caribbean honeymoon.
Craigslist has been taking it on the chin from Attorneys General in many states and has, at least for now, closed down their Adult Services section. Largely known for its wink-wink massage work, the category has a sign over it stating "censored." The law thinks this will cut down on prostitution and hopefully other crimes.
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HotOrNot.com has gone mobile dating! The website known for letting total strangers determine how you feel about your looks and, in all likelihood, your total self-worth now has an app for the iPhone. In addition to letting you upload a photograph of yourself (ideally doing the duckface) and have people judge it, the application ALSO lets you check out the photographs of people in your vicinity AND judge their looks plus alert them that you're interested in dating.
A politician in Venezuela had a brilliant plan to get out the vote: breasts. Naturally, sex sells and when you're talking about gorgeous Venezuelans (like famous Andres Galarraga, he's the Big Cat, ya'll!) make it a double. Gustavo Rojas is raffling a new “front porch” to raise funds for his campaign for parliament.
City hall will now let gay couples know where they can go (and not straight to hell, Stephen Colbert) to make their nuptials happen. I know that City Hall has a certain cache and credibility that the webs just don't, but don't they have bigger fish to fry? Defying the state and allowing gay weddings would be a good use of calories; voting to print out a page from Wikipedia is not.