This could be one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
A couple in Minnesota was scheduled to attend a wedding, but at the last minute, their babysitter was unable to take care of their kids, so they couldn't go to the wedding.
Things happen, right?
But a couple of weeks afterward, they got a bill in the mail for just under $80, the cost of the two meals that were ordered and not eaten, plus the service and tax charge. The bill came from the new bride and groom.
I wonder if the RSVP fully-disclosed the No-Show Fee?
Eighteen years ago, in Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion - it was a movie, let's set the scene - Romy (played by Mira Sorvino) told her high school pals (also played by actors) that she invented Post-It notes.
And obvious lie, and an obvious joke, in the script of a movie.
I mentioned it's a movie, right?
Yesterday, during an interview on The Huffington Post, Mira came face-to-Skype with the actual inventor of Post-Its, a guy named Art Fry.
And she, as Romy, apologized to Art for saying she'd invented Post-It notes.
It's an interesting bit - except no one seemed to know what part he or she was playing.
"Baxter came into Unleashed Pet Rescue February 2014. He beat parvo and mange, and on the day he was scheduled to go to his forever home, the adopters backed out. I happened to be on Facebook and saw his face. As a volunteer and foster of the shelter, I notified the shelter I would be there to adopt him, having never met him. When i picked him up from surgery and held him in my arms, the bond was unbreakable. Love flourished and I knew we were meant to be. He proceeds to win over the hearts of all who meet him. He has a heart of gold and I'm proud to call him mine."