Everybody is always on some sort of diet, and all diets basically end up being the same thing:
Eat less than your body needs for fuel.
So if you eat a lot, you need to exercise more. If you don’t exercise a lot, then you should eat less. And the types of foods you eat should be considered relatively “healthy” compared to cookies, cake, and ice cream.
Remember, kids – “delicious” doesn’t always equate to “good for you”.
How much time do you spend in the bathroom when it’s time to go?
Are you a Super Duper Pooper, able to squeeze one out in a matter of seconds at any time of day? Or are you more the type of person who will wallow in the bathroom stall with the entire Sports section of the daily paper and then wonder why you didn’t think ahead to bring in the stock pages too?
It’s a fair question. Web Watch has offered $1 to many friends when they said they’d do “anything for money”. Apparently, it seems, a single dollar was not what they had in mind when they made the offer.
We say that if you’re going to offer to do anything for money, you should definitely lower your expectation of what dollar amount is going to be offered to you. What you think you’re worth may not be the same as what others believe.
By now, you’re probably already familiar with the CLICKBAIT website offshoot of popular Fake News site THE ONION, called CLICKHOLE.
Clickhole is trying to do for clickbait news articles and websites (think Huffington Post) what The Onion did for, well, old-school news writing. Anything that could be said in a clickable headline to generate a clickthrough is what Clickhole is aiming for.
Ah, the quest for the absolutely perfect cup of coffee. It’s what Starbucks has built their reputation on, as has Keurig, Dunkin Donuts, McDonalds, and any number of locally-owned coffee shops around the country.
Songs have been written, one would think, about the quest. Certainly, coffee played a major part in the writing of said songs.
THE PRICE IS RIGHT is one of those eternal game shows that everybody – and we mean EVERYBODY – loves. It’s been around for years, it’s easy enough for anyone to play (unlike Jeopardy or the Scripps Spelling Bee where we just gasp in awe at a few folks’ brilliance).
And it truly features everyday people on the show. It’s good family fun all around.
Forget all the hassle of having to ask your date if they have a plunger in their apartment. What do you do with the plunger when you’re done? You can’t hand it back to them before you head out for your intimate dinner reservation? Not on a first date, at least. That’s more a 4th or 5th date. Continue reading HOW TO UNCLOG A TOILET WHILE ON A DATE→
If there’s one thing that you should make note of, it’s the FOOD SAFETY INSPECTION notices that are posted in your local restaurants.
There are only two reasons why an Inspection Score is not posted: the manager forgot to do so, or the score is embarrassing to the owner/manager.
The former is seldom likely to happen, as not having the score posted itself is a violation to be noted on the next review. The latter is more the case. Some locations do everything they can to hide a low score from being visible to the inquiring public, from placing it far away behind a counter – visible, but not readable; to placing it behind other paperwork on the wall – also visible, but obscured.
We do know of one fast-food chain location that was so proud of their “100 out of 100” score that they made a 2′ x 3′ poster of the inspection and placed it at the front door. No hiding from that.
Have you ever been to a store like Target or Costco and see something you’d like to buy – but set it back on the shelf because you “know it’s going to be on sale soon anyway, so why should I buy it now?”
JCPenney went through this thought process recently and said “why wait for a sale? our prices will always be the sale price!”… and their sales plummeted. It ends up that people LOVE shopping sales, and JCP reinstated a higher regular pricing vs lower sales pricing model like all other retail stores.