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Why 30 Million Women Wondering If Their man Cheated In Vegas On March 9

Watch out men, because the ladies stick together!  A woman on TikTok outed a guy for supposedly CHEATING on his fiancée during a bachelor trip to Vegas. She said she went up and flirted with him to get his name, just so she could find his fiancée online.  She didn’t reveal his name but said it rhymes with “Cat Saddams.”  He was at the MGM pool on March 9th. (Here’s the video.

Spring Break Slap Off

A bartender in Florida is making a very good living slapping spring breakers in the face.  (???)  If you’ve never heard of a “hurricane shot,” that’s what it is.  Most of her customers are men, but she’ll slap women too. For $30, you take a shot . . . have a pitcher of water thrown in your face . . . and get slapped in the face HARD.  She’s been selling up to $6,000 worth of shots a night. 


Miami Would NOT liike you to join them for Spring Break 2024!

Here’s the commercial of them breaking up with you!

He Invented Bottle Night Date Night

It’s hard to believe there could be a new dating trend that can happen AT HOME . . . after a year of pandemic quarantine creativity . . . but this guy has a brilliant idea. His name is Collin, and in a post on Twitter he said that he and his girlfriend “invented” it during a blizzard in Buffalo last year.  It’s called “Bottle Night” . . . and here it is, pretty simple

 Willy Wonk-less!

For all the concerns about A.I., one thing that we all have to remember is this:  It doesn’t take a lot of effort . . . to make it SEEM like there’s a lot of effort. There was something called “Willy’s Chocolate Experience” . It cost $45 per person, and it was advertised as an immersive walk-through experience that made you feel like you were in Willy Wonka’s factory. The images they used to promote it looked lush with lighting and design . . . like something you’d see at Disney.  But those were apparently just A.I.

When parents and children actually arrived, it was a mostly empty warehouse . . . with a few props sitting around that looked like stuff from parade floats. The “experience” was less than 10 minutes long, and didn’t feature any candy . . . let alone any décor or “immersive” interaction. One person gave this review, “Underwhelming was an understatement.  Embarrassing doesn’t even cut it.  I paid for Willy Wonka and got Billy Bonkers.”

We found these pictures of the “experience” and they are epic, look here  at what people THOUGHT they were getting, and you can see the reality herehere, and here.)