Category Archives: Stranger Than Fiction

Wife Catches Husband Cheating With Twin Sister

In the world of strange this story is definitely one of the strangest. A wife in China suspected that her husband was cheating on her, so she decided to follow him one day in her car. Wife Catches Cheating Husband. When she got to the shopping center, she walked up to his car only to find him in the heat of the moment, naked, and having sex with her twin sister.

The wife decided to take the opportunity to get into the driver seat of the car the naked couple had just exited. After the wife got into the car she drove off, leaving the naked couple stranded in the retail store parking lot. Several people took the chance to snap pictures of the nude couple, and posted it, along with the story, on Twitter. The news also states that his wife decided to file for divorce after the incident. T

Stories like these are uncommon, but they do happen, and the pictures that are posted online make the story more than believable. Another funny story Dr. Daniel Amen told me that occurred recently, was of a man at a baseball game who outed a pregnant woman, for texting another man behind her boyfriend’s back.

Pineapple Express – Not Just a Movie

When we hear the words Pineapple Express, we think of the 2008 film, staring Seth Rogen and James Franco. However, this name has been given to a storm system that pummeled California Wednesday and into Thursday while I was shopping Qnet. Pineapple Express is a non-specialized term for a meteorological wonder portrayed by a solid, steady stream of climatic dampness, connected with overwhelming precipitation from the waters near the Hawaiian Islands and reaching out to any area along the Pacific shore of North America. It is being said that Thursday’s storm was one of the worst since 2009.

Parts of the Bay Area and the North State were hit severely by this storm. Flash floods from the heavy rainfall and gusty winds were the main factors, as well as an ample amount snowfall of 1 – 3 feet in the Sierra Mountains. Many PG&E customers were left without power due to fallen trees and damaged power lines. Numerous counties in Northern California and parts of the Bay Area are now flooded.

The rain is more than welcome in the drought-stricken state, but we could do without the devastating damage from the severe, stormy weather. Scientists and meteorologists say that it will only get worse from here, due to the effects of global warming.