Men beware: That special new lady who makes you feel like everything you do is amazing will eventually become the woman who changes everything about the way you dress because it sucks. How long is "eventually"? Six months. This would probably be more disturbing if men weren't secretly just as happy not to be making decisions about these things.
The charity Cancer Research UK surveyed 2000 Britons about their fears, and found some surprising results.
When asked to choose what they feared most from a list including developing Alzheimer’s, being in debt, old age, being the victim of knife crime, cancer, being in a plane crash, motor neurone disease, being in a car accident, having a heart attack, losing your job and losing your home – more people (20 per cent) overall chose cancer than anything else.
Since we gathered a truly huge pile of data from our online dating survey, we've published advice about how to improve online dating for everyone, for folks who date men and folks who date women. Now, in our final installment of this very special dating survey roundup, we bring you: The Most Horrific Things Encountered While Online Dating. A word of warning here? Most of these are really funny. And then, in a small section towards the end, some of them are absolutely not funny. We're including some extremely frank stuff, including about sexual assault. If you're not up for reading about that today, you should take a [...]
The folks at the Pew Research Center did a survey to find out how these challenging economic times are affecting consumer attitudes toward household appliances. Not surprisingly, the percentage of Americans who viewed their appliances as necessities rather than luxuries declined in almost every category (and the categories in which the numbers rose all represented relatively new technologies). It makes for interesting reading, particularly if you're of the opinion that we could probably all get by with a lot less shit in our living rooms.
Cover up, ladies, or you will never crack that glass ceiling.
Women who show too much cleavage at work are sabotaging their careers and could even face the sack, according to a survey. Contrary to the idea that womanly wiles are an advantage in business, bosses have named low-cut tops as one of the biggest mistakes a female worker can make.
The other biggest mistake a female worker can make? Having a vagina.
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