Lotto Winner Offering Up Money To Any Man That Will Date Her
The UK’s youngest lottery winner has recently revealed she is searching for a boyfriend, and is willing to pay for the right man. Jane Park won the lottery when she was just 17, but now at 23, is looking for someone to settle down. She is currently offering up a generous “allowance” to the right man and has set up a website where men can apply for the coveted position.
Like many young people, Jane Park is looking for someone to settle down with. Unfortunately, the last few years have left her feeling jaded as she’s had her heart broken multiple times.
According to the Mirror UK, the 23-year-old has been in relationships in the past, but they’ve always ended because she never knows if the men she dates truly want to be with her or are only in it for the money.
“Jane is amazing and has so much to give but she has found herself alone again as since she won, she’s had terrible luck. She’s never sure whether she is being loved for herself or for her bank balance,” a source told the Mirror UK.
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Celebrity Daughter Opens Up About Having Her Eye Color Changed
People are constantly changing things about themselves--- from their hair styles to their clothes, to even the way they physically look. There are some things, like the color of your eyes however, that aren’t as easy to change. Here, one reality tv star has opened up about having had her eyes surgically altered to look gray instead of her natural brown.
Children Left Home Alone For 4 Days In TV Experiment
A new reality show in the UK conducted an experiment to see just how kids and teens would behave after being left home alone for the weekend. The show, called Alone at Home, recruited four families to participate in the experiment.
People are Willing to Lie When It Comes to Money, According to Research
Humans have a problem: we really like to lie. And most of the lies that we tell aren’t even malicious. We frequently tell lies that will make others or ourselves feel better. Research has found that we tell at least one lie a day and about 40 percent of people would happily lie if they knew they could get away with it.