Crafty thieves have figured out a way to break into your car that doesn't involve smashing a window or picking a lock. They're using some sort of mystery device that lets them open the door and help themselves to what's inside. It's a mystery device because no one, not even cops or auto manufacturers, know what it is.
Surveillance footage of break-ins have shown crooks walking right up to a car and simply opening the door, as if it had been left unlocked. It appears that the device they're using gets them into newer cars with the keyless entry system. These thefts are expected to become a more widespread problem, so be careful. (BroBible.com)
A Michigan man recently proposed to his girlfriend of two years, but he had one more big proposal to make − to his fiancee's daughter.
Soon after putting a ring on his girlfriend's finger, Jeff Andres turned his attention to her six-year-old daughter, Ally. The couple took the little girl to a nearby holiday store to meet Santa. While she sat on Santa's knee, Jeff got down on one of his and asked, "Ally, will you be my stepdaughter?"
She was shocked, especially when Jeff presented her with a diamond ring of her own. She excitedly said yes, some happy tears were shed, and Ally is going to have a Christmas to remember for the rest of her life. (NY Daily News)