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Girl Caught Cheating By Her Boyfriend In The Most Heartbreaking Way

He worked as a statue performer so he could buy his girlfriend a car. But he unexpectedly discovered her infidelity!

Inah Garcia





Choosing who to love and be with depend on many factors. But we believe true love is something that knows no money, luxury or wealth, as it is about caring and loving someone unconditionally. When we love, we should see pass the flaws and the bank accounts; but sadly, not all people have the same notion. Some are just plain materialistic that they regard love as their ticket to the fancy life — girlfriends demand expensive gifts, boyfriends expect 100 percent attention. But in reality, couples should not solely rely on these shallow things because in the end, the companionship and love that we get from a relationship are what truly matter.

In this video presentation we found, a girl wished for his boyfriend to own a nice car so she could have something nice to ride to and from school. The boyfriend, who loved the girl so deeply, decided to work part time as a statue entertainer in a mall. He planned to use the money from his job to buy a nice car for his girlfriend.

But one day, whilst he was disguised as a performer, he saw his girlfriend with another guy, who was much richer than he was. They were all sweet and touchy with each other, and in that instant, his heart was torn into pieces. The events happened more than once and it got more painful each time for the guy.

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It sure pained the guy to see the love of his life happier with another man. But we think it was more hurtful to know that all his sacrifices did not mean anything to her girlfriend and it all went to waste. What do you think of this video? Let us know in the comment box below and share this post to your family and friends too!


A Driver Picks Up an Old Lady and Experiences a Ride He’ll Never Forget.

It was a taxi ride he will never forget.

Ann Moises



"We may not all live holy lives, but we live in a world alive with holy moments" -Kent Nerburn

I often hear wise, elderly people say that time will come when all the things that used to be so important won't be as important anymore and that only the simple pleasures in life matter. Someday we'll learn how to value friends over schedules and love over material things.

It's also sad to think that one day, we too will grow old and witness the ones we love die one by one. "It's only a matter of who goes first", some jokingly say. But for those who are left alone, I can only imagine how sad life might now be for them, especially when they had to give up things that meant so much and all that's left to them are memories. Imagine the lives of the elderly living in nursing homes...

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Mother Found Pushing 3-Year-Old Son’s Lifeless Body in a Swing at Maryland Park

A 24-year-old mom who was diagnosed with depression was found pushing her dead son’s body in a swing all night.

Ann Moises



La Plata, Maryland--The people of the small, peaceful town of La Plata were shocked when they found a 24-year-old woman pushing her 3-year-old son's dead body in a swing at the Wills Memorial Park last Friday, May 22. Apparently, the mother, who was later identified as Romechia Simms, was seen with her son, Ji'Aire Donnell Lee at the park, which is located at 500 St. Mary's Avenue since Thursday night.

The Neighbors' concern grew when they noticed that Romechia was still pushing his son back and forth on the equipment until the morning of the next day. One of the neighbors then decided to call the police.

When the responders arrived at the park...


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234 Abductees Are Rescued From Boko Haram But 214 Of Them Are Now Pregnant.

214 of the 234 rescued abductees from the militant group Boko Haram are now pregnant.

Jessa Ventures



You may have heard or found out about the 'Bring Back Our Girls' campaign and the famous hashtag '#BringBackOurGirls' widely used in various social media sites. This is in support of the 276 Nigerian Girls who were kidnapped by the violent terrorist group Boko Haram on April 14, 2014.

Former Federal Minister of Education and Vice President of the World Bank’s Africa division, Obiageli Ezekwesili was also among the first to issue poignant plea 'Bring back our daughters.'

'The #BringBackOurGirls movement is a global movement,' Ezekwesili told MTV News. 'There’s hardly a city in the world where someone was not holding up a sign or lifting up their voices.'

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