Imperial, California - And then there is the tale of the bakery in Finland that nearly had to shut down due to the pandemic. But, owner, Sanna Lampinen, saved the day when she baked a cake in the shape of a roll of toilet paper, according to the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

Seminole, Pennsylvania - The coronavirus crisis has most of the nation housebound causing hardships as many of us as we begin to run out of necessities such as toilet paper. But Olive Veronesi wasn’t seeking toilet tissue when she went to a front window of her home and held up a sign for all to see that read: "I need more beer." 

Cortez, Colorado - You think she won’t leave. But she will.

At first, even she won’t realize where she’s headed –because she is not actively thinking of leaving. It’s just a low rumbling in her soul…one you should be able to hear because she is constantly listening to yours. This rumbling, this stirring of your soul…it is how she knows you won’t leave. Because staying is so easy for you.

New Zealand - Vets came up with a “more comfortable” way to treat a sheep in New Zealand that suffered from sagging udders after giving birth to lamb triplets, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. 

New York - Hundreds of men and women around the world “dropped trou” recently in celebration of the 18th annual No Pants Subway Ride, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens. Immodestly clad in panties and scanties, young folk and old from New York, the flagship city, to the far reaches of the globe they boarded London’s Tube, Tokyo’s Metro, Berlin’s U-Bahn and Lisbon’s Metropolitano for a near-nude fun fest. 

Imperial, California - Some fast-food restaurants brag that their hamburgers are made with a half-pound of ground beef. But Bangkok’s Chris Steaks and Burgers boasts that they’re ready to serve you a burger made with a 13-pound beef patty, says the Association of Mature American Citizens.