More men than women take teddy bears to bed as a partner substitute when sleeping alone, according to a survey. While 15 percent of women resorted to cuddling a teddy, as many as 20 percent of men admitted to being big softies by opting for teddies. Of the 2,000 people surveyed, 63 percent said they needed a bedtime cuddle to sleep, with many of them saying they resort to hugging a pillow.
In Louisiana an unidentified man broke into a house, went straight for the refrigerator and started eating. The man ate an apple, some cookies on the couch, poured himself some orange juice, and even heated up a cup of clam chowder. He then fell asleep naked in the bedroom. The homeowner’s son found the man and called police.
And a moose on the loose caught several skiers and snowboarders by surprise as it galloped headlong down a run at Breckenridge Ski Resort in Colorado. Cheri Luther was snowboarding last Friday when she saw the moose approaching, and she shot video of the large animal coming within feet of her. Cheri kept snowboarding before screaming as the moose ran by her. Resort officials say no one was hurt, and the encounter is a good reminder that skiers and snowboarders share the mountain with wildlife. (Source Fox News; Image Courtesy of denverchannel.com)