Take A Look At This! King Brees, A Valentine's Day Massacre, And Octopus Love

He's king of the gridiron, and now king of the Bacchus Parade in New Orleans.

Super bowl MVP Drew Brees tossed beads to eager revelers.

The New Orleans Saints quarter back's teammates were also in the parade with the Super Bowl trophy.

It's known as the Valentine's Day Massacre -- but this involves cake.

97 women in West Valley Utah dove into a humongous cake in search of a two-carat diamond ring.

It took about four minutes for one lucky bride to find her prize.

"It's a diamond ring. I told my boyfriend that if I find it we're getting married.

"Will you marry me Melissa? I will, I do for that ring I will. A hug and a kiss"

And it seems this Valentine's Day blind date went swimmingly.

The Seattle aquarium set up two octopuses on a blind date.

With little privacy from a gazing crowd, Captain, the male octopus decided to make his move with the female, Buster.

The result... True tentacle love.

Biologists reportedly say the two could have up to a thousand babies.


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