Sh*t Happened 11/10/17: Tigers and jellyfish and human feet, oh my

And an 11-year-old shames you.

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Welcome to Friday, and your pre-weekend palate cleanser.

A woman in Clearwater called the cops about some feet sticking out of a pickup truck that turned out to be part of the decorations for a Halloween haunted house. She's gonna drink on that story for literally years.

A Bay area 11-year-old's nonprofit founded to send comfort items to deployed members of the military caught the attention of Amazon, which cut Operation: Military Matters a nice check. Meanwhile, you just shifted your position on the couch and discovered a tater tot in the folds of your shirt.

Everything in nature has a purpose, but we're still trying to figure out exactly why jellyfish exist. They're currently swarming local beaches, thanks to this year's active hurricane season, so if you're one of those weirdos from like Michigan who still wants to get in the water two weeks out from Thanksgiving, maybe reconsider that shit.

And finally, somebody called the Manatee County Sheriff's Office last night to report seeing "three to four" tigers running loose. Tigers. Just wandering the neighborhood. That's not funny, man.

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