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Elettra Wiedeman and Magenna Brink have joined forces to try to get people to take their money out of banks that are funding the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Heather Nock was having a difficult month. Strapped for cash, Heather and her two kids visited their local Walmart in Meadville, Penn. to pick up new booster seats and clothes. The kids had to reluctantly return the booster seats they had already picked out, but 15 minutes later as the group were looking at clothes, a man approached Nock with both booster seats in a Walmart bag — already paid for.
Voucher Codes Pro polled 2125 18-30s in the UK, half of which were single and half of which had been with a partner for at least two years. If you don’t believe what you’re reading (we didn’t at first), the results also broke down how the money is spent.
This week, one bunch of 30 grapes has been sold for a whopping $11,000. These Ruby Roman Grapes were sold to a supermarket owner, who plans on displaying the prized purchase in store before letting customers sample the fruity gems. Here are 10 more ridiculously expensive mundane foods that will seriously pain your wallet.
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I dress my dog up for Halloween every year. Her first year, we couldn’t decide on just one costume so she had four: a ladybug, a monkey, a pumpkin and a clown. We switched things up for each walk. And I’m not alone.According to The Star, 20 million Americans dress up their pets each year. A Halloween Spending survey conducted by the National Retail Federation found that “pet costumes at Halloween will hit $350-million in sales in the U.S. this year.” Not a small price for turning Rover into say, a ghost, a lobster or a banana peel. Click through the gallery above to see what’s got everyone reaching for their wallets: