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ILF Blog Exclusive: Area man leaves family to do errands

It is a sad day for the Doe family as they have to go on with their daily lives knowing they might not ever see their husband and father again. John Doe of Holly Hill, FL recently left his family of 3 in order to pursue a life of running errands. While this would catch many of us off guard, John's now former wife Suzy Q says she should've saw it coming. "He would talk about errands in his sleep and would come home at odd hours of the night" in an exclusive interview with Suzy Q Doe. She says that it was 3 years ago when she asked her ex husband to pick up milk and go to the post office that she noticed a difference in him. "He started getting more and more excited about errands and then it got to the point he replaced family vacations with running errands" proclaimed Suzy Q. John left behind two daughters named Cindy Lou and Myrtle, while one of the daughters declined an interview and told us "Talk to my lawyer" and threw a stuffed animal at us. Cindy Lou went on record saying that "He was a good dad but when he started calling us Errand 1 and Errand 2 it got a little weird." The last information we have about John is a Facebook status of a check in to Publix saying "Errands!!!!!!!" with several heart faces. Let's hope for the Doe family's sake that John returns one day as his current whereabouts are unknown. 

Breaking News: Popular meme maker accused of importing memes from China

While the news is still developing and we are gathering more information by the minute, these accusations are very real.  At 2:36 AM on Thursday morning a source who asked to remain anonymous approached the ILF Blog with some disturbing information. This popular meme maker was seen parked behind a newly built Wawa south of downtown Orlando. The eye witness stated that numerous memes were exchanged for several Wawa hoagies. As the other vehicle drove off, our source stated that they had a "Yao Ming for President" bumper sticker, narrowing it down to a person from China and/or Houston. The witness went on to say "One of the memes was worth at least 100 likes." We have since reached out to this popular meme maker who refused our interview but simply would say "Respek my f****** name." We can only hope these accusations come to be false in the end as this meme maker has made a monopoly of the meme business since putting several other meme makers out of business.