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Choose the news 8/16/17

Three Guys Dress Up as a Bull, Werewolf, and Gorilla to Rob a Walmart

When you’re about to rob a place, isn’t the goal NOT to draw attention to yourself?

Three friends stole $561 worth of stuff from a Walmart in Swatara Township, Pennsylvania on Saturday.  And all three of them wore ELABORATE COSTUMES as disguises . . .

18-year-old Lamar Wall dressed up as a BULL.

20-year-old D’Angelo Manns dressed up as a WEREWOLF.

And 18-year-old Jahsahn Dickson dressed up as a GORILLA.

When the cops got to the store, they didn’t have any trouble tracking down the guys in their costumes . . . and all three of them were arrested for retail theft and criminal conspiracy.

(Penn Live)

12% of People Have Been in a Relationship With Someone They Thought Was Ugly

Would you date someone who you didn’t find attractive?  Who hated sex?  Who totally let themselves go once you got together?

A new survey dug into those typical dating dealbreakers, and found out how many people had relationships where they caved on pretty major issues.  Here are the results.

1.  30% of people have been in a long-term relationship with someone who wasn’t good in bed.

2.  29% have been with someone who wasn’t romantic.

3.  24% with someone who had a low sex drive.

4.  20% with someone who wasn’t their type.

5.  20% with someone who they argued with DAILY.

6.  15% with someone who let their physical appearance go once they got in the relationship.

7.  And 12% have been with someone who they found unattractive.

The survey also found around 3% of people would end a relationship if their significant other started wearing sweatpants in public.


Tattoo parlor wants to choose your next tattoo from a bubblegum machine

Here’s a cool new way for all the indecisive (but adventurous) people to get the tattoo of their dreams.

Starting this week, Elm Street Tattoo in Dallas, Texas, will randomly pick your tattoo design for you if you’re up for the surprise.

You will get that design out of a coin-operated machine, just like the ones at the mall you used to buy bubble gum from as a kid.

The process is pretty simple: Artists at the shop sketch tattoo designs, place it in a capsule, and then put it into the machine for a brave client to draw at random.

The cost is $100, but you can grab another for $20, according to the Dallas Observer. Even if you end up paying $120 to get another design, that’s still quite the deal.

“All of these tattoos I would price out between $160 and $180 … maybe $250,” one shop employee known as Boogie told the Dallas Observer.

Oh, and don’t worry about pulling a gag tattoo out of the machine like a Minion or the Snapchat hot dog. The shop swears all the tattoos are drawn in good taste.

“They’re all good ones — old-school snakes, devil heads,” Boogie said in the report.

A label on the tattoo machine reads, “You don’t have to be smart to get a good tattoo.” So you can just sit back, relax, and let the machine make a good decision for you.

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