Would anyone buy a wedding dress on Groupon? As of press time, the answer is no. (Note the text: “Be the first to buy!”)
The site is also offering brides a “name-changing service” for $15, courtesy of the aptly-named “MissNowMrs.com.”
According to Groupon, “the resource gives fledgling couples more time for honeymooning and knitting sweater vests for their future pet iguanas.” Well then! For what it’s worth, over 1,000 people have already ponied up for this deal.
- Despite Democrats threatening to filibuster, Republicans are confident Neil Gorsuch will be confirmed to the Supreme Court by the end of next week.
- Let the Brexit countdown begin: Prime Minister Theresa May has invoked Article 50. Britain is set to leave the EU by 2019.
- "We are the press who is under attack," says April Ryan, the veteran journalist who was scolded by Sean Spicer during a heated White House briefing.
- The US House of Representatives voted to undo landmark internet privacy rules that protect your sensitive information 💻