Good News: Radio Records, Free Pancakes, and Long-Lost Dentures

Here are a few more good news stories making the rounds . . .

1.  A pair of up-and-coming radio hosts in Ohio just broke a world record by interviewing each other for more than 25 hours straight.  They do a college radio show called “808s and Mixtapes” at John Carroll University in Cleveland.

2.  A woman in San Francisco told her husband he was getting “weird” and needed to make some friends.  So last month, he put up fliers in their neighborhood that said he’d be making free pancakes that Saturday.  And now he’s got lots of friends, because 75 people showed up.  He had to make around 125 pancakes to feed them all.

3.  Two kids fell through a frozen lake in Missouri on Tuesday.  But they’re okay, because firefighters happened to be out on the lake training for that exact situation.

4.  An eight-year-old’s Tooth Fairy letter is going viral.  He accidentally swallowed a loose tooth while eating pizza . . . and wanted to make sure he’d still get paid.

5.  And oddly, here’s another one about teeth:  A 63-year-old in England just got his dentures back 11 years after he lost them while PUKING into a trash can in Spain.

He drank too much on vacation . . . puked in a trash can outside a bar . . . and didn’t realize they fell out.  But someone found them and held onto them for a DECADE.  They finally tracked him down thanks to some sort of DNA database he was in.  (???)