FRIDAY FUN – March 12, 2021

And now it's time for some FRIDAY FUN!

A spider attack, a girl doing math, a dancer forgets to leave the stage, and more.

In Los Angeles, California, a cat that went astray about 15 years ago has been reunited with its owner. On Sunday, he received a call from the Los Angeles County animal shelter in Palmdale and another from the company that made a microchip implanted in Brandy when she was adopted, the Associated Press reported. He had changed his address and home phone, but his cellphone number was the same as that listed on the microchip. “It’s amazing. I think it’s unbelievable,” he said, according to the news report. “I saw her, I picked her up and she started to purr and it was very emotional.”

In Kharkiv, Ukraine, a couple is attempting to mend their on-again-off-again relationship by handcuffing themselves to each other. It started on Valentine’s Day when they were fighting and the woman once again said she was breaking up with the man. The man responded, “Then I will attach you to myself,” according to Reuters. The woman refused his idea at first, but eventually changed her mind. They plan to do it for three months and are documenting it on Instagram. “In terms of physical comfort, with every day passing, we are getting used to it more and more. It gets easier,” the man told Reuters. The couple says “some tension has come up,” but they have found new ways of dealing with discord.

In response to my request for readers to send FRIDAY FUN items they thought were some of the best or that stuck in their minds, one reader said this one had her checking her SUV every time she entered it. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/xRgtB5SuzGk.


Another reader said this girl doing math was a favorite. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/pxjyd14I1iA.


The dancer on the end should have “ducked.” If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/5b1h4WzOUgc.

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