So you thought your Valentine’s Day gift was bad?
Find some consolation as this unsuspecting woman is the recipient of five of the worst Valentine’s Day gifts!
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Gaming Success Stories
An Orlando man who just knew he’d win the lottery one day, finally did one fine day.
He’d already won $100,000 twice and another $50,000 along the way, but this time he managed to nab a $13 million jackpot.
Jose Salmon was so sure that he’d hit it big one day, that since 1998, he was spending a cool $600 a day on lottery tickets!
Here, he shares his story on his journey to the jackpot.
Everyone loves a spirited political debate, and since real politicians tend to avoid face-to-face exchanges whenever possible, it’s good to see that Bill O’Reilly and Jon Stewart, two of the most trusted men in political entertainment, were not afraid to sit down for a little one-on-one debate on The O’Reilly Factor.
Clive Christian is a world-renowned luxury designer both of kitchen homes and perfumes, the most acclaimed of which is perfume No 1.
Head of Global Media and Events representative Victoria Christian talks about the rich tradition behind the unique ingredients of No 1, and the prestige behind its being “the world’s most expensive perfume” – priced at a staggering £1200 for one pure ounce.
A group of 15 teachers, administrators and school employees from Shasta Lake School in California won $76 million dollars from the California Lottery playing SuperLOTTO Plus. Here’s their story.
An amateur rugby player struck it lucky by winning a crossbar challenge competition worth £250,000.
Job Centre worker Stuart Tinner, who lives at home with his parents, hit the bar with an amazing shot from 30 yards – and all he wore on his feet were socks!
David Letterman goes for a test drive in the world’s most expensive cupcake, priced at $25,000.
Did someone say “financial crisis”? Who would’ve thought there was one with these ultra expensive timepieces on the market, making up the top 10 list of the most expensive watches in 2009.
Luxury Designer Alexander Amosu has done it again and created the world’s most expensive Blackberry. Only three of these pricey gadgets will ever be made!
It is unclear if all that bling will have an impact on the reception of the phone, but at a £120000 (not including the £55 delivery cost) pricetag we assume that it is fully operational as any other Blackberry phone.
Front & Back Diamonds: 4459 Diamonds
18 Carat gold: Approx 62gsm
Cut: Brilliant cut
Carat: Approx 28.42
Uniqueness: Only 3 will ever be made.
Additional Information: Options to have the battery cover personalised with your name.
Would you pay $32,000 for a manicure? It seems some people actually would, if the 175 people on manicurist Leighton Denny’s growing waiting list is anything to go by.
In this video, from his salon in the heart of London, Leighton explains the world’s most expensive manicure, made from a combination of diamonds, sapphires and rubies.