This Afternoon's Odd News 4/20/18

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Earth Day is this Sunday, and a new study found being eco-friendly makes you more datable. 78% of people on the dating app Zoosk said they want to date someone who cares about the environment. (Zoosk /

Tomorrow is Husband Appreciation Day. A new poll asked women what they LIKE about their husbands. The top answers were, "He's a hard worker", "I can be myself around him," "He makes me laugh," "He's smart," and "He's supportive." (National Today(In case you're wondering, Wife Appreciation Day is September 16th.)

According to a new survey, 14% of people don't trust websites that end in ".net" . . . 23% don't trust ".info" sites . . . and 44% don't trust sites that end in ".biz". (YouGov)

Amazon added a new feature to Alexa yesterday called Skill Blueprints that lets you program in your own questions and answers. So now you can use it to PRANK people by asking things like, "Who's the ugliest person in the room?" and having it say your friend's name. (Full Story)

The King of Swaziland just announced he's changing the name of the ENTIRE COUNTRY to eSwatini. And he's doing it because he's sick of foreigners confusing it with Switzerland. (BBC / Reuters)

A guy who lives in California just donated a kidney to one of his high school classmates from 50 years ago. Both men are in their late 60's and weren't even friends back then. But when he heard the guy needed a transplant, he wanted to help. (WJLA / CNN)

According to a new survey, 27% of us do some spring cleaning each year. 53% don't because they clean regularly . . . and 13% admitted they just don't really clean at all. (Full Story)

A 34-year-old woman in Delaware was arrested this week after she threw hot coffee on a convenience store employee and then PEPPER SPRAYED her . . . all because they messed up her sandwich order. (Full Story)

A couple in Michigan who already had 13 sons and no daughters just had another baby. And once again, it's a boy. (Full Story)


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