Norwood Thomas met Joyce Morris in England during World War II and took every chance they had to be together. Unfortunately, Thomas was sent home to America abruptly when the war was over. They still sent letters, and he even asked Morris to marry him but after some misunderstanding, they lost touch.
70 years later, Morris asked her son to help her look up her old flame and she found him in an article about a D-Day Veteran who just crossed skydiving off his bucket list.
She asked her son to help her contact him and soon enough they were reconnecting over Skype.
The first scene takes place at a spelling bee right after the kids find out the true identity of "Mrs. Doubtfire" (SPOILER: It's their Dad). The second scene is a brutal argument after he gives up the game of being Mrs. Doubtfire to his ex-wife.
The deleted make the movie a lot darker. With those added in, it might not have been all fun and vacuuming with the occasional argument.
A lot of people wear a Fitbit or similar wearable technology to keep track of their health. The models that track heart rate are also good for pinpointing a moment of heartbreak or in this case, discovering a pregnancy.
David Trinidad was just looking for a solution to his wife's potentially malfunctioning sensors when he posted about it on Reddit.
Another user suggested that she could be under a lot of stress or she could be pregnant. Since Trinidad and his wife were trying to start a family they got it checked out and later he confirmed that was the case.
Fundraising emails from Hillary Clinton are apparently getting real desperate. The insistent wording from an email asking for money inspired the hashtag #ImNotKiddingMaddi and the memes that came from it. Guys, Hillary Clinton is not fooling around, she needs your dollar RIGHT THIS SECOND.
There's a good chance it wasn't him, he's 70% sure it's not, after all. Someone involved in the creation of Deadpool test footage had to have leaked it but it's kind of illegal to do that so we will probably never know for sure. Watch the video below to hear his whole story on it:
A man got over 300 texts from people trying to cash in on Chipotle's free burrito special. They were supposed to text RAINCHECK to 888-222 but several people have added an extra 2 and sent texts to Henry Levine instead.
He told the Washington Post, "The first thing I did was get my free burrito, because I don’t dislike burritos". What a sensible person. Then he started texting back the super fans who sent him more than one message to tell them they had the wrong number.
via Washington Post
Since then he's become a social media sensation and he appears to be on a quest to get those poor people their free burritos! At least he's got his priorities straight after this newfound fame.