Sources say ROBERT PATTINSON and KRISTEN STEWART have broken up again . . . but they're still living together, so it's not necessarily over for good. A source says , "going to stay living at Kristen's house because of the dogs . . . it's not fully over or he would have moved out."
What do you get the celebrity who has everythintg? You name a prehistoric sea creature after them. A prehistoric sea creature has been named Kooteninchela deppi, after JOHNNY DEPP, because it had scissor-like claws . . . kind of like Johnny in "Edward Scissorhands". The creature . . . which is an ancestor of things like lobsters, crabs, spiders, scorpions, centipedes and millipedes . . . lived 505 million years ago.
Your boss doesn't believe you when you call in sick. According to a new survey, 60% of bosses say they usually DON'T believe their employees when they call in sick. The main reason for not believing an employee is that they don't SOUND sick enough. And one-third of bosses check social media to see if a sick employee is lying.
A new survey asked bosses to name the DUMBEST excuses they'd heard from people trying to get out of work. A few of the highlights are "My dog is scared and I don't want to leave him alone" . . . "My pants split on the way to work" . . . and "My mom just died," from an employee who'd used that excuse once before.
The Good News:
In the late 1990s, a teenager in Albuquerque, New Mexico took his date to a French restaurant called La Café Miche for a romantic Valentine's Day dinner. (The kid's name wasn't given.)
When the check arrived, the guy's date went to the bathroom. And while she was gone, he confessed to the chef that he was about $40 short.
The restaurant's chef was a guy named Claus Hjortkjaer (Hee-yorch-shier). And he gave the kid $40 out of his own pocket to save him from being embarrassed in front of his date. He told him to just pay it back when he had the chance.
It took a while . . . but after 15 YEARS, the kid has FINALLY paid off the debt. He brought Claus a $100 bill to cover the $40 loan . . . plus interest.