We're not quite sure which one's our favourite here - the person asking for nuclear shelters on The Salott, or the reply urging him to wait for Morales to get rid of his Christmas stock.
Either way, we can definitely imagine the Qormi Warehouse with 2 for 1 offers on gas masks.
The two dogs managed to stumble through the tricky world of modern dating to find each other, using Facebook to make a connection.
Two-year-old Jack Russell, Crumble, had been searching for a partner for a while when her owners, Hester and Kate, decided to put a dating advert on Facebook to help the dog track down her soulmate.
Jenni decided to go anyway, taking her friend Matt, who joined her but stayed far enough ahead to not be seen with her."I pretended to be interested and asked silly questions about the bike," Jenni said.Jenni Morton-Humphreys, a 30-year-old woman from Bristol, is currently going viral on UK and international media for her perfectly elaborate plan of stealing back her bicycle from a thief who was selling it on Facebook.Jenni, who is half-Maltese and lived in Siġġiewi for 13 years before moving to Bristol, managed to pull all of this off within hours of having her bike stolen, definitely showing some signature Maltese resourcefulness in the process."I cycle a lot, and anyone who knows me knows how much I love my bike and how angry I was when it was stolen! It all started on a Sunday morning, when Jenni locked her expensive bike up in the city centre and went for brunch and a day out in town.Here are our favourites: Sure, most of our Facebook newsfeeds turned into a live commentary of the events leading up to Donald Trump being elected as the new US President, but not everyone was buying into the hype.Not when there was a 12 piece pots and pan set selling for only €49.95 on national TV!