If you find out your husband's cheating on you, there are two ways you can react. You can curl up into a ball, and cry about how your life is ruined . . . or you can figure out the best way to PUBLICLY HUMILIATE HIM.
--A woman named Jennifer in Greensboro, North Carolina just went with Option B.
--She suspected her husband was cheating, and thanks to a GPS tracker, she was able to take photos of him in the act with a woman named Jessica.
--And her response was . . . to use their joint investment account to BUY A GIANT BILLBOARD, and call him out.
--The billboard says, quote, "Michael. GPS tracker, $250. Nikon Camera with zoom lens, $1,600. Catching my LYING HUSBAND and buying this billboard with our investment account, priceless. Tell Jessica you're moving in! Jennifer."
--Sure, the MasterCard "Priceless" thing has been played out for YEARS . . . but it's still some high quality revenge. There's no word how much the billboard cost.
The hottest fad diet in England is coming to the U.S. And there's a pretty obvious reason why it's so popular. It's a diet that lets you lose weight while eating ENTIRE PIZZAS and TUBS OF ICE CREAM.
--The diet comes from a book called "The Fast Diet". It was published in January in England, and it's been the top bestseller there ever since. The U.S. version just went on sale.
--It seems pretty simple. You eat whatever you want five days a week. The other two days a week, you barely eat ANYTHING. Like . . . less than 600 calories for the entire day.
--Dr. Michael Mosely is the author of the book. He says it's healthy and it works, because switching from heavy eating to fasting immediately takes your body into hardcore fat burning mode.
--Mosley tested the diet on himself and lost 20 pounds in nine weeks. His cholesterol and overall body fat level also went down. He says that lowers the risk of cancer and heart disease.
--Of course, like all fad diets, it doesn't SOUND like it's a good, safe, or healthy way to lose weight.
--The National Health System in Britain issued a warning saying, quote, "there is a great deal of uncertainty about intermittent fasting with significant gaps in the evidence."
--But we all said that about Atkins 15 years ago, and since then, we've learned that carbs really ARE worse for you than bun-less triple-bacon cheeseburgers. So maybe Mosley is ahead of the curve?