Freak Files: A Guy Ghosted His Girlfriend 10 Years Ago And Now She's His New Boss

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August 25, 2017
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A Guy Ghosted His Girlfriend 10 Years Ago And Now She's His New Boss

Ghosting is a great non-confrontational way to get out of dating someone, you just run the risk of turning them into an enemy for LIFE.  Like this guy did . . .

An anonymous guy just sent an email into an advice website called Ask A Manager about his VERY unfortunate situation.

He was in a relationship with a woman named Sylvia about a decade ago.  They were together three years and she wanted to take it to the next level, but he didn't.  So while she was visiting her family over Christmas, he GHOSTED her.

He moved out of their place, moved out of the COUNTRY, and cut off all communication.  She was FURIOUS and did everything she could to find him, but he kept ignoring her.

Fast forward to now.  He's working as a math teacher, and his school just hired a new director . . . who happens to be his ex-Sylvia.  He says he's not in a position to get a new job, so he's stuck there, with her as his boss.

The advice website basically responded that he's out of luck. 

 

What Can I Get For A Buck?

99-cents doesn't buy much these days.

Case in point: A teenager in England spent .99-cents at McDonald's and walked away completely empty-handed.  A Twitter user named ARI posted photos from his transaction using a McDonald's automated food-ordering kiosk.  

He managed to customize his order so that every single ingredient had been removed from the burger --including the meat and the bun.

In the end, his order didn't contain a single ounce of food but he was still charged .99-cents.  The post went viral with hundreds of thousands of likes and retweets.

 

After the Eclipse, Emergency Rooms Treated People Who Put Sunscreen on Their Eyeballs

I guess some people were intelligent enough to pay attention to the warnings not to look at the eclipse without eye protection. 

Unfortunately, not everyone is intelligent.  Apparently, after the eclipse, some emergency rooms had to treat people who put SUNSCREEN on their EYEBALLS.

The odds are they won't wind up with permanent damage from the sunscreen, but if they felt like it made it okay to look directly at the eclipse, then they COULD be in trouble.