The prom has become a bigger and bigger thing. The average cost to parents is almost a thousand dollars. Promposals have become a trend, where asking a girl to prom is treated like a creative over-the-top marriage proposal.
Dennis Roady Deeds is a YouTube prank artist and his latest work is making mainstream news. People complain about other people (it's never THEM after all) on their cell phones being so engrossed in their texting that they don't notice anything going on around them. Pedestrian fatalities have even been blamed on this zombie state of distraction. Deeds wanted to see if anyone would notice a hundred dollar bill right over their heads.
I was born and raised in Union County, New Jersey. I've also lived in Ocean City, Yardville, and Plainsboro in Middlesex County. This summer I'm moving to Hillsborough in Somerset County. I think I know what I'm talking about when I say New Jersey is wonderful. Yet a recent Gallup poll shows 41% of New Jersey residents don't want to be here, which is 8% points higher than the 50 state average. What's up with the discontent?
Bikinis will soon be banned. No, not on the boardwalks of Wildwood, but on the Spanish resort island of Mallorca. Citizens there are so fed up with nearly nude tourists wearing there bikinis off the beach and into non-bathing areas of the island's capital, Palma, that a law banning bikinis is close to being enacted.
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