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Choose the News | December 10th

A Bride Issues a Dress Code for Her Wedding, Based on People’s Weight

I’m not sure there’s anything that would make me RSVP “no” to a wedding faster than this.

There’s a woman who’s getting married in Hawaii next year, and she sent out a Facebook message to her guests . . . that found its way onto Reddit and is going viral.  Why?  Because she set a dress code for her guests . . . based on WEIGHT.

1.  Women under 160 pounds are supposed to wear a green velvet sweater, orange suede pants, Louboutin red-bottomed heels, and a Burberry scarf.

2.  Women over 160 are supposed to wear a black sweater, black pants, and black heels.

3.  Men under 200 pounds are supposed to wear a purple fuzzy jacket and all white sneakers.

4.  And men over 200 are supposed to wear all camouflage, with black sneakers.

Oh, and regardless of what they’re supposed to wear, quote, “We want you to invest in an outfit valued at at least $1,000.” Word got back to the bride that her post was going viral, so now she says she’s planning to make all of the guests take a POLYGRAPH to figure out, quote, “the snitch who put me on blast.”

 

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A Woman Cancels Her Baby Shower After Her Family Mocks Her Baby Name Choice

Non-traditional baby names are as popular now as they’ve ever been.  But you’ve gotta know that when you pick a strange name, you’re going to get some strange reactions

There’s a Facebook post going viral right now from a woman who just canceled her baby shower.  Why?  Because her family MOCKED the name she picked for her unborn son. That name?  Squire Sebastian Senator.

And she says that’s, quote, “only his first name.  This is how it will be.  He will not be allowed to have a nickname, he is to be called by his full and complete name.”

She also says, quote, “I never knew my family could be so judgmental,” which is why she called off the shower.

Oh, and one more thing, quote, “No, I was not drunk when I named my child.”

 

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Story Of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Not Accurate

The Daily Mail claims the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer being bullied because of his red nose is not accurate.
Scientists at Exeter University say reindeer are color blind and can’t see red, orange or green. Reindeer have ultraviolet vision and use it to identify predators. The scientists say a reindeer’s eyesight is similar to that of a dog’s.
Professor Martin Stevens says; ”Reindeer can’t see red light or tell the difference between red, orange and green. So they wouldn’t be able to see the red of Rudolph’s nose or the orange of carrots.’


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