Whether or not your Valentine’s Day meant true love and roses, everyone could use a cheery look at the news for the week. Here are the funniest stories from the news this week.
Tinder-like App helps farmers match with livestock
A new app, Tudder, is helping farmers swipe right on cattle they are interested in for their farms.
Some Tudder users say the process is more efficient and rivals traditional cattle markets.
Message in a bottle
A couple found a 56-year-old message in a bottle on a Texas beach Wednesday.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the bottle was one of more than 7,000 released between February 1962 and December 1963.
The bottle contained a postcard with instructions to mail the cards with the date and location where the bottle was found for a 50-cent reward.
It’s unknown whether or not the NOAA gave the couple the 50-cent reward, however, they will be keeping the bottle as a memento.
Kentucky fisherman catches 20-pound goldfish
If you’re still looking to get your significant other a pet this Valentine’s day, look no further than your local pond.
Anderson said the fish took to the bait easily, but put up a fight. He eventually let it go and told a local news station in Kentucky that he had no reason to keep it and let it go.
Talk about a catch of the day.