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A little girl named Faith has made quite the impression on twitter when she broke a Christmas ornament at a British retail store. After the incident the girl wrote this letter to the store. "To John Lewis Cambridge. I'm sorry I broke a Christmas bauble on Saturday. It cost two pounds. Here is the money for it. Sorry again." It was signed "Faith, aged 5." The manager of the store posted the note on twitter to search for the girl, ended up tracking her down and was able to tell her "thank you."
We want know, did your kids ever accidentally break or steal something?
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About five-and-a-half million women did this last year, versus about 400,000 men. What is it?
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What do you think?
How does this even happen? A man who feel asleep on a flight from Louisiana on Friday woke up to find himself trapped inside a cold, dark plane.
Tom Wagner says that the United Express crew apparently failed to do a seat check before leaving and locking up.
"I called my girlfriend, and she thought I was crazy. I said, 'Debbie I'm locked on the plane,'" Wagner recalls. "I said, 'I'm telling you the truth. You better go somewhere and get me off this plane."
Half an hour later, workers boarded the aircraft and rescued Wagner.
The airline is apologizing and looking into how something like this could happen.
Campbell Soup had to apologize Saturday for a tweet that was sent by their SpaghettiOs brand that marked the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks with a picture of their smiling mascot holding an American flag. Do you think it was inappropriate?