YOUR MOM WILL PROBABLY FAKE HER REACTION TO YOUR MOTHER’S DAY GIFT
Sunday is Mother’s Day, which means it’s time to step up and get mom something nice.
But unfortunately, if you mess this up, you might not even know it.
A new survey found that 40 percent of moms admit that they have faked their reaction to a Mother’s Day gift – and are ready to fake it again.
The survey asked moms how they hide their disappointment with lies, and here’s a rundown of the top five things they admitted saying upon receiving a crappy gift:
- "Thank you"
- "I love it"
- "Wow, this is great, thanks"
- "I really need one of these!"
IF THIS DOESN'T MAKE YOU WANT TO CANCEL YOUR BUMBLE ACCOUNT...NOTHING WILL
An Arizona woman accused of sending 65,000 text messages to a man she met online said she thought that she had met her soulmate.
Jacqueline Ades, 31 was arrested on suspicion of stalking and harassing a man she met online. She visited the man's home and office while flooding his phone with threatening text messages. She began stalking the man last summer shortly after meeting him through a dating website
Ades is suspected of sending the man around 65,000 text messages and sometimes 500 in a single day, court documents show.
"I love him," she said.
She also broke into his home and took a bath.
Court documents say Ades told police she didn't want to hurt the man and sent the threatening texts because she didn't want him to leave.
Ades faces charges of threatening and intimidating, stalking, and harassment. She is being held without bond.