We humans are prone to mistakes which reminds us that nobody is perfect. Sometimes, these mistakes put us in a very embarrassing situation. Yesterday, we posted an incident about a bride who got pregnant by a dwarf stripper during her Bachelorette party. This one also involves a dwarf but with a rather good ending. A romantic dwarf was having a date with his fiancee when the waitress mistaken him for a kid. Instead of giving him the menu, she brought him crayons and a coloring book. If it were me I would be furious, but this awesome guy is so positive that he took the error in good faith.
According to DailyMail, James Lusted, 26-years old who is suffering from dwarfism, stands merely at 3’7″. He walked into a restaurant in Cardiff, Wales, to have a romantic dinner with his 20-year-old fiancée Chloe Roberts. After they seated, instead of the menu, the waitress brought him a children’s colouring book and a bunch of crayons.
The waitress might had mistaken him for a child because Chloe towers over James at 5ft 7in. She only realized her mistake when she heard James speak.
As I said thank you to the waitress for the menu she heard my voice and knew I wasn’t a child. She immediately put the coloring book behind her back in shock. But I am man enough to see the funny side — I would never take offense.
Instead of feeling insulted, the couple just laughed at the whole incident. And they even said they would visit the restaurant again without any hard feelings.
The couple said their mismatched heights had never been an issue. Speaking about living with dwarfism, James said life wasn’t easy and recollected being bullied in school. However, that is all now behind him:
I have often thought from an early age, who would want to marry me, a dwarf? But then I met Chloe and everything just fell into place.
James works as a TV presenter, actor, and motivational speaker. He also competed in the World Dwarf Games twice and played badminton at a national level. On her part, Chloe said:
All little girls dream about having their tall, dark and handsome Prince Charming. Never in my life did I think I’d date someone like James. People sometimes get a bit confused when they see us for the first time but we always laugh it off. I felt a bit sorry for the waitress — she felt very uncomfortable.
What a lovely and very understanding couple. Nowadays, people complains a lot, file a lawsuit to get something for free. We must remember that mistakes are pretty common since humans are not perfect. It’s not always malicious or intentional. Just smile, forgive, and move on just like this amazing couple. I wish them much happiness for their future and hope they will make something out of this story.
Read the full story at DailyMail.
Man Set Forth On Extraordinary Quest To Find Gold For His Wedding Ring
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Let's face it, there are only few guys out there who have the guts to do something incredible. Most men lack the creativity to make their romance unique and more interesting than the rest. While some are just not romantic enough to do things right.
But not John Greenwood, a Scottish groom. Instead of just buying engagement and wedding rings at a Jewelry shop for his soon-to-be bride, Morag Shearer. He panned for gold in the Scottish mountains so he could craft the perfect rings made in a labour of love.
Greenwood, an explosive technician, spent one year and a half collecting a total of 70 grams of gold nuggets and specks using a simple gold pan, trowel, shovel, and rake. He then melted and gave the raw material to goldsmith Grant Logan, who crafted two beautiful rings which weigh in at about 22-carats each.
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But Thilafushi island is very far from that. It has no mesmerizing beaches and captivating palm trees that you might be imagining right now. Thilafushi or “Trash Island” is a man made island that was intentionally built as a landfill. It is located in the well known tropical paradise of Maldives. Hotels and the surrounding area dumps all their trash on this artificial island.
Trash Island will surely disgust anyone and these photos taken by a 27 year old filmmaker Alison Teals serves as a reminder about the amount of waste we produce everyday. And to draw attention to the reality of its negative impact to our environment.
Aussie Homeowner Greeted By His Worst Nightmare, A Massive Python Inside His Home
Ohh, it’s just you. Please come in.
An Australian homeowner had his worst nightmare become a reality when he discover a nine-foot python inside his home. But where he found it will absolutely freak you out.
According to DailyMail, a company called Snake Catchers from Brisbane posted some photos on their Facebook fanpage which shows the massive python hanging from a light fixture in the bathroom.
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