Students Saw a Bump in the Couch, What Was Inside Shocked Everyone

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When three college roommates were looking for furniture, they were thrilled to find a couch that didn’t look too gross. They brought it home but noticed something a little strange about their new home item. Read on to find out how this seat changed their lives forever…

New Digs

Three roommates were ecstatic to finally be out of their dorm rooms and living in a real apartment. Reese Werkhoven, Cally Guasti, and Lara Russo were in the market for new furniture. They decided that their first move was to get a new couch, so they wanted one cheap. Luckily, there was an option…

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Thrift Shopping

Their first stop was their local Salvation Army thrift store. After a little searching, they found a couch that looked like a perfect fit, both for the size of their home and for their budget. It didn’t take long to load it up and ship it out, but the journey was just beginning…

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The More You Know

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  • John Tyler, the 10th president of the United States, was born in 1790. He has a grandson that is alive today.
  • If you heat up a magnet, it will lose its magnetism.
  • LEGO has an underground vault with every set ever made.
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