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How many times have you spilled food or drink on your sofa? Does 6,960 times sound right? According to a study, over the course of a 12-year life of a sofa we’ll spill food and drinks on it 6,960 times. Really?… The study says the average couch/sofa will be slept on 612 times. We’ll watch 5,340 films on the food- and drink-stained couch. And we’ll watch almost 7,500 hours of TV.
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The lockdown in Moscow, Russia, is very strict. In fact, one of the only ways to go out is to walk your dog. Which is why some people are renting their neighbors’ dogs so they have a reason to get out. The going rate is a few bucks for a half hour.
The majority of Americans choose dogs over love. Dogs have been known for the longest time as man's best friend, but Americans are increasingly taking that to a new level. A 2017 study from Rover.com conducted over three years found that 54 percent of dog owners are willing to end a relationship if their pup doesn't like their partner. The study also found that 94 percent of dog owners consider their dogs to be a part of their family, and 78 percent include their pups in major family moments. Since one in four people said they bring their cuddly companions on first dates, maybe consider bringing dog treats instead of flowers next time.
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A South African couple is trapped on their honeymoon at a resort in the Maldive Islands after their country shut down all incoming flights.(https://nyti.ms/3bUvota)
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After a Dollar Tree cashier chided him for cutting the checkout line and failing to “respect the current social distancing rules,” a Florida Man began striking the female employee, according to cops who arrested the unruly customer on a felony battery charge. Police say that 55-year-old Stephan Fanelli was at the discount store Friday afternoon when he got into an argument with Nyashata Chajani. An arrest affidavit states that the dispute was prompted when Fanelli “skipped the line at the cashier and placed his items in front of other customer items.” When Chajani asked Fanelli to return to the rear of the line, he reportedly became irate. Chajani also “requested for the defendant to respect the current social distancing rules, in which he was not practicing.” When Chajani then attempted to move Fanelli’s items from the checkout line, Fanelli “began striking the victim.” He is currently is locked up in the Pinellas County jail in lieu of $2,500 bond. (https://bit.ly/39NCcHm)
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A Clearwater Man was busted for trying to buy lotto tickets using fake movie money ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2vdyoh7)
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99-Year-Old Veteran Is Walking Laps Around His Garden To Raise Money For NHS