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Bed Bath & Beyond’s Surprise Sale Is Better Than Any 20% Off Coupon

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You know how Bed Bath & Beyond rarely has sales? Well, here’s an early Halloween treat: they’re offering a ton of home goods at insanely good prices!

For example? You can take $30 off select Ninja appliances, and save $50 off select comforter sets. There’s 25% off select fall shop items to help you decorate for the season, and you can save up to $50 off Shark Vacuums. You can even up your coffee game with 20% off select Starbucks Coffee & Syrups and 20% off Harvest Coffee!

Move Over, Prime Day: Walmart, Wayfair & More Are Having Huge Sales Too!

Here’s all the deals you won’t want to miss:

• 20% off Harvest Coffee

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Daughter claims she ruined her dad’s surprise wedding after being the last to know about it

A Reddit user has admitted to ruining her dad’s “surprise” wedding after learning about the ceremony 30 minutes before it started. 

The daughter, with the username throglo, posted about the moment on Reddit’s “Am I the A–h—” forum last week, explaining that her parents are divorced and do not get along — though they do have joint custody. 

She explained that one day in January when her dad picked her up to spend a week with him, he told her they were going to drive an hour away to his friend’s house “for a surprise party.”

But once they arrived at an event hall, the Reddit user said her dad informed her that it was actually his wedding. He also told her that she was one of the bridesmaids and had to hurry inside so she could get ready, because the ceremony was set to start in 30 minutes. 

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Father-in-law insults bride’s appearance at ‘surprise’ wedding, gets slammed online

A Reddit user was facing criticism last week after seeming to insult his daughter-in-law about how she looked at her “surprise” wedding. 

The angry father-in-law posted about the incident on Reddit’s “Am I the A–h—” forum. 

According to the user, who has since deleted his account, his son and daughter-in-law were married eight months ago but didn’t tell anyone in advance that their ceremony was happening.

Instead, the bride and groom invited everyone to attend a cocktail party, which was eventually where the couple said “I do.” 

The father of the groom explained that his wife unintentionally wore white to the event. In the United States, wedding guests typically tend to avoid wearing white as a means to not distract from the bride. 

WOMAN LOANS DESIGNER WEDDING DRESS TO OTHER BRIDES FOR FREE

According to the Redditor, his wife frequently wears white, so the newlyweds should have known to warn

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The 26 Best Beauty Advent Calendars for a Little Surprise and Delight This Holiday

Whether you’re treating yourself (‘tis the season for a box of beauty treats) or surprising the beauty lover in your life, gift them with not one, but multiple mini products in the most fun and festive format of all. From Sephora to Charlotte Tilbury, we’ve rounded up 26 of the best beauty advent calendars to buy (or preorder) now.

OK, your skincare and makeup routines are set for the next month or so. This advent calendar has serums, creams, masks, and more from some of our favorite brands like Tarte, Dr. Brandt and Sunday Riley. Plus, they added a $10 gift card to make a bigger purchase later on. (And FYI, if you’re a Macy’s cardholder, you can get 15 percent off when using the code VIP in checkout. You’re welcome.)

If Benefit products are your go-to, you’ll love the 12-piece gift set. You’ll find their best-selling makeup products like … Read More

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Queen Elizabeth’s Cousin’s Granddaughter Ties the Knot in Surprise Royal Wedding

Just weeks after Princess Beatrice’s secret nuptials in Windsor, the royal family is celebrating another surprise royal wedding!



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Flora Alexandra Ogilvy, the 25-year-old granddaughter of Princess Alexandra (Queen Elizabeth’s cousin), tied the knot with former Swedish ice hockey professional Timothy Vesterberg in an under-the-radar ceremony at St. James’s Palace in London last Saturday. The venue was also the location of Queen Victoria’s wedding in 1840.



Flora Alexandra Ogilvy wearing a hat


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“Timothy and I were married privately at Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace on Saturday 26th September,” the newlywed announced in an Instagram post, sharing a photo from her big day. “We are truly overjoyed and look forward to celebrating next year.”

RELATED: Why Princess Beatrice Felt It Was So Important to Wear an Upcycled Vintage Wedding Dress

Due to restrictions amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the couple was only able

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Queen Elizabeth’s Cousin Flora Alexandra Ogilvy Marries in a Surprise Wedding at the Chapel Royal

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Photo credit: Instagram/@floravesterberg

From Town & Country

The surprise royal weddings continue! After Princess Beatrice tied the knot with Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi earlier this summer in a small, previously unannounced ceremony, Flora Alexandra Ogilvy and her beau Timothy Vesterberg did the same, saying “I do” in a private event at the Chapel Royal, St. James’s Palace.

“Timothy and I were married privately at Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace on Saturday 26th September,” she announced in an Instagram post, sharing a photo from her wedding day. “We are truly overjoyed and look forward to celebrating next year.”

The bride chose a sleek, square-necked dress from Emilia Wickstead—a British brand popular among her fellow royals, including Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle—for her big day. She paired it with drop earrings, an elegant half-up hairstyle, and a simple bouquet of white flowers. For his part, the groom wore a double-breasted navy suit with

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Home in Charleston, Judge Richard Fields turns 100, gets surprise party and special gift | News

Usually, he knows when something’s up.

Retired judge Richard E. Fields has accumulated enough accomplishments and gained enough insights during his long life to preempt most surprises.

But Thursday afternoon, on the occasion of Fields’ 100th birthday, family, friends, colleagues, clerks and legislators honored him in front of his West Ashley home with cheers, expressions of gratitude and a special announcement.



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Judge Richard Fields, 100, is escorted to the center of a surprise birthday celebration on Thursday. Adam Parker/Staff




Circuit Judge Deadra Jefferson of Charleston, who now holds Fields’ seat on the bench, introduced the legislative delegation, which included Sens. Marlon Kimpson and Larry Grooms and Reps. David Mack and Wendell Gilliard. She called her mentor “a giant pillar in the community.” Then, addressing him directly, she said, “Many people stand on your shoulders.”

Grooms read the proclamation: The S.C. Department of Transportation has designated Spring Street on

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Debate Scoring; No Surprise; Bert’s Gift; Tune In at 10:30 A.M. to Our Virtual Briefing

Good morning, it’s Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. On this date in 1891, Stanford University opened its doors. On the first day of school, the incoming class of 555 students received a pep talk from David Starr Jordan, Stanford’s first president.

“It is for us as teachers and students in the university’s first year to lay the foundations of a school which may last as long as human civilization,” he said. “It is hallowed by no traditions; it is hampered by none. Its finger posts all point forward.”

Inspirational words, to be sure, although the speaker had a problematic career, as I’ll reveal some other morning. For today, let’s concentrate one of the 555 students in that pioneer class on the sprawling campus that would become known affectionately as The Farm. Herbert Hoover was an orphan with a bent for the sciences. Innovative and decisive, he succeeded at a variety of

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