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Have you ever been so mad or heartbroken that you decided to break into a museum and smash $5 million worth of historical artifacts?

Police say a man stormed into the Dallas Museum of Art on Wednesday night and destroyed $5 million worth of ancient artifacts in a smashing spree.

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Some people might say they can recognize their partner anywhere, but this TikToker is so good she should probably join the FBI.

TikTok user @jeddamindtricks says she caught her boyfriend cheating on her by spotting him in another girl's Instagram photo. But she didn't see his face; all she needed to see was his thumb.

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A Florida woman was so fed up with her boyfriend that she allegedly poisoned his drink to get him to shut up.

Police say Alvis Parrish, 54, poisoned boyfriend William Carter's lemonade with the psychotic drug Seroquel on December 7 in Jacksonville. Then she called the police herself.

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An eligible bachelor from the 6ix posted his "boyfriend application" on TikTok and he's been getting tons of attention.

On October 8, 31-year-old tech entrepreneur Ricky Liorti posted a video titled "boyfriend application" on his TikTok page. "I saw the [boyfriend application] trend on TikTok and thought it was pretty funny," Liorti told Narcity over email. "I've been single for about a year and a half now and although I've been on dates, nothing really worked out for me long term."

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Do you dream of going on a road trip where every item is crossed off your list, and every detail is perfectly planned? Before moving across the globe, one girl and her boyfriend prepared the best Utah to Arizona road trip. So much so that the itinerary went viral after posting it to Facebook!

In an interview with Narcity, Allie Wessel, a 28-year-old from Jacksonville, Florida, told us why they planned this epic adventure.

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