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The two dogs managed to stumble through the tricky world of modern dating to find each other, using Facebook to make a connection.Two-year-old Jack Russell, Crumble, had been searching for a partner for a while when her owners, Hester and Kate, decided to put a dating advert on Facebook to help the dog track down her soulmate.
Amazingly, within a couple of hours, a man on the group (referred to as Chris for the purposes of this story) not only spotted it, but also found the bike online... Even though he had never met Jenni, Chris contacted her, and together, they hatched an elaborate plan to get her bike back."I said the saddle was too high, and asked if I could get on it to test it out.I made sure I had nothing on me, no possessions at all apart from the stuff in my hands – and they were a cigarette packet and a set of keys".Here are our favourites: Sure, most of our Facebook newsfeeds turned into a live commentary of the events leading up to Donald Trump being elected as the new US President, but not everyone was buying into the hype.Not when there was a 12 piece pots and pan set selling for only €49.95 on national TV!Similar to reacting to a regular post, all you have to do is hover over the 'like' button on a comment and watch the options appear.
2016 has been one very big, eventful mixed bag, and you could argue that its climax was this last week.
Back home, more important issues than the leader of the free world reared their ugly heads, like a weight-conscious wife and her husband's bright idea of buying her new weighing scales for her birthday.
You are awesome just for trying to keep up with the times. We're not sure whether this is more embarrassing or hilarious, but for your own sake, it needs to stop. But sharing every single thing your child posts is also a sure way of getting yourself blocked;'Cloibert has checked in to 'Steam'.
Locally, this is going to make life a little easier for all those people who enjoy expressing their opinion on every political post they see, but don't have the time (or patience for notifications) to comment on each one.
You can now 'haha' 'sad' or 'angry face' as you see fit.
Jenni Morton-Humphreys, a 30-year-old woman from Bristol, is currently going viral on UK and international media for her perfectly elaborate plan of stealing back her bicycle from a thief who was selling it on Facebook.