A New Survey Says Women Should Stop Wearing Bikinis at Age 39:
According to a new survey, 70% of women said that a woman should stop wearing a bikini at age . . . 39.
More than two out of three women are telling other women they shouldn't wear a two-piece bathing suit once they're in their 40s.
For what it's worth, 16.8% of the women in the survey who are over 50 say they still wear bikinis.
The 10 Biggest Complaints Men Have About Women Include Using Emotions as a Weapon, and Having Complex Double Standards:
The website eHarmony.com just released a list of the 10 biggest complaints men have about women. Since it was probably compiled by some really jaded dude who writes for them, you may or may not agree . . . but here's their list:
#1.) Women see men as projects they can fix.
#2.) Hollywood has given women unrealistic expectations about romance.
#3.) Women are always looking down the road for the next step . . . like "What are we?" or "Are we exclusive yet?" or "Are we going to get married?"
#4.) Women use emotions as a weapon.
#5.) Women have a tendency to be critical.
#6.) Women like to play coy.
#7.) Women fixate on trying to figure out what men are thinking, instead of watching what men are doing.
#8.) Women don't understand or like men's desire for alone time.
#9.) Women have a complex set of double standards.
#10.) Women want men to change . . . then lose respect when they do.
Phone Calls are Only the Fifth Most Popular Thing We Do With Our Phones Now:
According to a new study, phone calls are now only the FIFTH most popular thing we do with our phones. Here are the ten things we do on our phones most often, with the average amount of time we spend doing them each day . . .
#1.) The internet, 25 minutes.
#2.) Social media, 17 minutes.
#3.) Music, 16 minutes.
#4.) Games, 14 minutes.
#5.) Phone calls, 12 minutes.
#6.) Emails, 11 minutes.
#7.) Texting, 10 minutes.
#8.) Watching TV, movies, or videos, 9 minutes.
#9.) Reading books or magazines, 9 minutes.
#10.) Taking photos, 3 minutes.
The study also found that 54% of people now use their phone instead of an alarm clock . . . and 46% say their phone has replaced their watch.
Here Are the 10 Fashion Mistakes You Don't Want To Make While Flying:
A travel site called Skyscanner asked frequent fliers what fashion mistakes they don't want to see on other passengers. Here are the 10 worst:
#1.) Plumber's crack on men: 28% say men's pants that don't cover their rear end is the most offensive thing a flier can wear.
#2.) Sweat patches on clothing: 22%.
#3.) Shirts that don't cover a person's midriff: 18%. That includes shirts that don't quite cover a beer belly.
#4.) Offensive logos on shirts: 12%.
#5.) White socks and sandals: 9%.
#6.) Shirts that show off a woman's cleavage: 4%.
#7.) Men with hairy chests on display: 2%.
#8.) Noisy jewelry: 2%.
#9.) Sports jerseys: 1%.
#10.) Flip flops: Half a percentage point. (CNN)
A Man is Arrested For Returning Five Boxes of Enemas to CVS . . . Used Enemas:
In Jacksonville, Florida, a man was arrested for returning USED ENEMAS to a CVS. His name wasn't released.
It started on June 5th. The man returned a box of enemas to CVS. But it appeared sealed, so an employee took it back and gave him a refund.
That same week, the man came back FOUR MORE TIMES to return boxes of enemas. Finally, on June 12th, a 22-year-old employee named Dustin McDonald got suspicious. He checked the box and noticed it had been RE-GLUED shut.
He opened it and found the enemas inside were all USED. He went and checked the enemas that had been restocked on the shelves . . . and found they'd all been used too. So he told his manager, and they called the cops.
Using the store's credit card records, they tracked down the man. He was arrested for an outstanding warrant while they keep probing the enema case.