This Afternoon's Odd News 6/8/18

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One out of three people say their main financial plan is inheriting money from their parents, according to a new study. That includes 63% of people under 22 . . . and 20% of baby boomers. (New York Post)

A new study found the average guy can work 47 hours a week without getting burnt out. And for women it's just 34 hours… but only because of all the stuff they end up doing OUTSIDE of work, like taking care of the kids more often. (Daily Mail)

Here are some results from a new study on weddings. 64% of people say the planning process is stressful . . . 20% say their spouse wasn't involved, and that was a GOOD thing . . . and one out of three brides here in New York give their bridesmaids specific instructions on how TAN they should be (We TV)

Today is National Best Friends' Day. And according to a new survey, 85% of people have a best friend . . . and nine out of 10 of them met their best friend when they were in school. (National Today)

What's the best time of the weekend? According to a new survey, 23% say Friday night . . . 15% say Saturday night . . . and only 4% say Sunday night. (YouGov)

A man in Tennessee was trying to stop a neighbor from attacking his wife last week, so he grabbed the first weapon he could find . . . which was a bottle of ketchup. He squirted it on the woman who was attacking and it actually stopped her. She was arrested for assault. (Murfreesboro Daily News Journal

A guy from Kentucky was pulled over in Florida last week, and the cops found a hatchet hidden in his car. And he told them he needed it for protection from, quote, "*blank* bags in Florida." He was charged with carrying a concealed weapon. (The Smoking Gun

A former teacher in New Jersey passed away a few years ago. And it turns out she left a MILLION DOLLARS to her school district to set up a scholarship fund for special needs students who want to continue their education after high school. (NorthJersey.com)

A cop in New Jersey pulled a guy over last Friday. And the driver turned out to be a retired police officer who helped DELIVER him as a baby 27 years ago. (Full Story)

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