This was no birdie
A golfer in British Columbia started his first round of the season recently with a birdie that turned into a dubious hole-in-one. His tee shot landed on the green where the birdie in question was basking in the sun, says the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. It was an eagle, to be precise, and it picked up the golf ball when it landed and eventually dropped it into the hole. According to the golfer, “Despite the rules of golf saying I need to replace it (which I did and missed the putt), this will still go down as my hole in one story for life.”
A new spin on spin exercise
Spin classes are becoming all the rage among those seeking the ultimate in fitness exercise, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC], which reports that a young and very agile Ukrainian personal trainer has developed a new take on spin workouts. So intense is Olena Sheremet’s stationary bike workout routine that it has gone viral on the Internet.
Thrift store purchase came with a warning
The donations manager at a North Carolina thrift store was warned by the donor that the furniture in question was haunted, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. According to the store’ Operations Director, Elizabeth Brady, “he was told ‘you don’t want those, they’re haunted.’ And he said ‘well, now I definitely want them’.” The buyer, Ricky Scott, gladly paid $1,000 for the hand carved haunted bedroom suite saying, “maybe it will be a nice ghost,”