Windsor, ON – In a discovery of epic proportions Christopher Dunne, age 17, of Windsor, Ontario has stumbled across a solution for world hunger and famine relief. “I can’t believe someone hadn’t thought of this already. It is so simple!” Mr. Dunne exclaimed at the start of his press conference on Friday morning to announce his discovery. Continue reading
Windsor, ON – Growing up James Arthur, age 25, of Windsor was told by his mother that he would spoil his dinner and that he would not have an appetite if he ate cookies before the meal was served. Deciding to put this to the test Mr. Arthur conducted a study this past month and reached the conclusion that you will indeed spoil your dinner by eating cookies. Continue reading
Windsor, ON – Justin Richards, age 27, of Windsor is recovering after a harrowing encounter with a cougar last Saturday night. “She came out of nowhere. I barely had time to react” Richards reported to gathered media “The city really has to do something to protect people”. Continue reading
With the news that the Ontario licence plate motto “Yours to discover” is set to expire What’s Up Windsor has compiled a list of the Top Ten suggested Ontario Licence Plate Replacement Slogans. Counting down from ten to one:
Windsor, ON – Sitting down to eat at his local tavern Adam Borden, age 46, of Windsor thought he was making the smart choice when asked what side he would like with his burger and ordered the salad. Almost immediately Mr. Borden experienced feelings of angst and regret. “I really wanted the fries but I was out on a first date and thought I’d better get the salad so my date would think I eat healthy”. Continue reading
Windsor, ON – Windsor Spitfires season ticket holder Brian Banner, age 41, thinks he knows why the Spitfires have been struggling lately “They aren’t listening to me. I’m yelling instructions during the play and not one player on the team listens to my advice”.