For 46 years, Sue Johnston had a pretty good idea what she'd be getting on Valentine's Day. Each February 14 her husband John would give her a bouquet of flowers with a note that read "My love for you grows."
Sadly, John passed away two years ago in April. 10 months later, Johnston received Valentine's Day flowers from somebody named John. At first she thought it was a cruel joke.
The public has spoken and Monopoly will cast away the boring old iron token, a symbol of domestic housework from a simpler time (it's not even an electric iron), which has been included in the board game for almost 80 years.
Here's a story for you if you're in need of a good cry but don't feel like smashing your thumb with a hammer. One dog is so loyal to his owner, that he has continued to go to mass at the church where her funeral was held months ago. Still no tears? Read the details.
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