Dis­pen­sary Cor­ner

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AF­TER a 12 year re­la­tion­ship goes sour, whom should you marry?

Laura Mesi, an Ital­ian fit­ness in­struc­tor and “vlog­ger” from the small town of Lis­sone near Mi­lan, de­cided to be the first in the coun­try to marry her­self - I love my­self so its a selfie-marriage, the

In­de­pen­dent re­ported. The 40-year-old said the idea of a solo wed­ding, which has no le­gal sig­nif­i­cance, first came to her two years ago, af­ter a pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ship ended.

And it was all style with a white wed­ding dress, a three tier cake, brides­maids and 70 guests.

Mesi re­port­edly said, “I told my rel­a­tives and friends that if I had not found my soul mate I would marry my­self by my 40th birth­day”.

SO YOU take 15 friends to the lo­cal restau­rant to cel­e­brate your daugh­ter’s birth­day, go to pay the ac­count and find it’s been cov­ered?

That’s what hap­pened to Jolie Welling in Ap­ple­bee’s restau­rant in south­west­ern Penn­syl­va­nia.

The restau­rant’s owner knew the source but was sworn to se­crecy - a lo­cal busi­ness owner, who came from very poor be­gin­nings, has made good, very good, and now re­peat­edly per­forms these gen­er­ous acts ran­domly and anony­mously.

The bene­fac­tor told wait­ress Sa­man­tha Pow­ell, “I grew up poor and now I’m not.”

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