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The Stories Jonesy & Amanda Are Talking About Today

What's got us talking this morning at WSFM HQ. 


A romantically inclined fifth-grader wrote this adorable love note to his school crush...

The letter to classmate Abby begins in poetic fashion as the young student poured out his feelings for his classmate. 

"Your eyes remind me of the evening sky," the note read. 

"My heart felt like broken glass until I saw you, and then I felt like I had every Pokemon ever." 

The unidentified student went on to express how he appreciated Abby's shared love of video games. 

"I love how you play Zelda even when people think it is weird," he wrote. 

"If you liked me it would be my first ever victory."



Worst thief ever leaves their victim with a profit...

This is probably the best way to get burgled ever.

Tom Dury was concerned when he saw his car had been broken into while it was parked in his uncle's house in Perth - but upon closer inspection, he burst out laughing.

The thief had yanked out the radio from his 1994 Mazda, but it was apparently completely broken anyway. 

"I had tried removing it not long before, but I gave up out of frustration," Dury told local media. 

"So when I saw that the stereo was removed, I couldn't help but laugh." And it's not just that. They'd also accidentally left $22.10 in the car! 


A couple who went on a coach trip around Scotland complained that they spent too long on a coach...

Derek and Julia Limbert paid $1200 for the five-day coach trip, but were unhappy that 62 hours of the coach holiday was on a coach!

The tour firm behind the trip, Diamond Holidays, had promised a top trip across Oban, Mull, Iona and Skye in the Scottish Highlands. 

"We had paid for a tour of Scotland but what we got was a tour of the inside of a coach, our only visits were to go to the loo in service stations.

"I would have seen more of Scottish Highlands if I'd stayed at home and looked the places up on the internet." 

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