Five Siblings Live in the Same Massachusetts Nursing Home

Ranging in ages from 85 to 98, the last of the Mallia siblings joined the other four at the Brudnick Center for Living in November.
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So severe film with plenty of hope they have many of unique stories for. Well again so this airport has trees and alive or offense had a bad morning thank you happy New Year's guest let me just say that against well for our first street for the new year how are we keep it all in the family so good and I can't credit well actually I'm. If Nevada highway traffic Somalia sibling didn't have to travel to far to spend the holidays together this year. And that's because all five of them lived in the same nursing home in Massachusetts. Lawrence is the brother in the back there in the brown sweater with the last to join the party at the front makes Centre for living back in November. Joining his sisters whose ages range from 85 to nine. Stanley said they started their lives together and they're so happy to be really reunited all these years later. How does anybody else Clinton Summers about this for them the answer is there did they rent apartments have this little thing you cannot answer but like I imagine like I want. They're still fighting over the remote doing like typical sibling things like. I think he joined the visited the home just so they can keep Buffalo's men that are trying to hit on his sister yeah okay everybody in new a move very well loom over it only goes zigzag I don't know I had. Do you explain it well there are Italian and from outside of Boston so we're gonna get carried out. Next up we've all been on one or two are like thirty bad dates right what one restaurant in Florida is here to bail you out the next time next tender date tanks. The Iberian rooster in Saint Petersburg posted a sign in their bathroom advising women to order an Angel shot from the Bard they need help escaping of that date the idea. It's to keep women safe we're meeting online deeds for the first time. Did against orders an Angel shot needs a bartender will escort them to their car if they order with ice still call in Hoover a taxi for you. And in extreme cases guests can order an Angel shot with live in the restaurant staff. We'll call the police. I think there's serious sin cement floor if you think someone is dangerous not chest now dad. Actually that's not what this photo law and I. Yeah it's not a baby catfish it's it's it's like the guys like totally yulia Craig's all right Linda good idea right. I and finally why is Internet freaking out about this beach in Sydney Australia well. That's because that's not a beach is actually an adult. Bald Pate made up of one point and one on white plastic balls one point one million. What plot involves the installation was created by its architecture. Here in new York and has traveled from DC to Tampa now folks down under are unleashing their inner child to take the plunge how fun. This album we need that I love you dad can't maybe a world news now a check yet we'll just yet of the nausea yeah sit at over. Bring it here yeah everybody.

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