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10 Things In A Guy’s House Women Can’t Stand (#10 shocked me...and I have one!)
1 . Do you use Axe cologne as a room spray? Everyone notices the way another person’s home smells, for better or for worse. But there’s a certain subset of guys who are going off-label with their cologne sprays to infuse their space with “Turbo Manly Man” scents. Overall, you’re better off just opening windows.
2. The whole toilet situation. There seems to be two types of bachelor bathrooms: “Minimalist” (a single towel, a single razor, etc.) or “Frat House” (probably was never cleaned). 3. That one lone candle. The prevailing thought is that women are the ones who buy and use candles. This is correct, but it doesn’t mean men are alien to the charms of a scented candle. Many single guys seem to have one single candle in their apartment, either in the bathroom or by the bed. It’s usually maroon or forest green. And it always seems a little creepy.
4. Hand soap. Is it a cracked, ancient bar of Dial soap by the bathroom sink? Or are you asked to use the dish liquid in the kitchen?5. The tissues by the bedside. May the universe help us if there is a lotion bottle next to it. Unseemly.
6. Cookware. The mere presence of (clean) pots and pans in a guy’s apartment is a great sign, noting that he might actually be able to cook us a nice dinner sometime. Extra points for cookbooks.
7. Plants (living). If a guy can take care of a houseplant, it tells his lady guests that he’s a little more attentive than the ones who manage to kill cacti.8. Clean sheets. One editor recalled a college friend, who admitted that he thought sheets were just one of those things you never washed. Horrifying.9. The photos on the walls. In our digital age, we’re not sure if people are still displaying photos — but it was always charming to get a glimpse at a guy’s family and friends.
10. Lava Lamps!
Fleeing the California wildfires has been a daunting task for some, and victims have been getting creative in making their escapes. Check out this woman who shoved her horse in the backseat of her car!
Local Halloween Happenings!
The Second Annual Trunk or Treat at Harold Avenue Park will be held from 5pm to 7pm Saturday October 28th at Harold Avenue Park just off Loveland Blvd, Port Charlotte. This is a free, fun family event and costumes are encouraged. Lots of games and activities, including face painting, a bounce house, cake walks, carnival games, music, trick or treating and more! For more information, call 941-627-1074
Port Charlotte United Methodist Church is hosting a nonprofit fall extravaganza at the Charlotte County Fairgrounds 2333 El Joben Rd, Port Charlotte, from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, Oct, 28th. There will be craft vendors, healthcare and community services, games, music, pumpkins, hayrides, food, and entertainment for all ages. For more info, call Nancy at 941-625-4356.
HOWL-O-WEEN at the mall
The Port Charlotte Town Center is once again hosting it's fun and safe place to go trick or treating on Halloween night from 5-7pm. This special event is geared toward children 12 and under. For the safety of mall patrolns and tenants, face masks are not permitted on anyone over the age of 12, during this event.
FSW Haunted College will be held from 5:30 to 7:30pm on Friday, October 27th. Student Clubs will have themed rooms packed with decorations and fun. Families can grab candy, stroll through, play games and get their pictures taken in the Big Red Photo Booth. Florida Southwestern State College is located at 26300 Airport Road, Punta Gorda. For more information, call 941-637-5629
Spooky Street at Tringali Park
Trick or Treat down spooky street from 5-7pm Saturday at the Tringali Park Community Center, Englewood! This is a free event. Break out your best Halloween costume and bags to collect goodies from community vendors along with games and activities. Fro more information, contact Dennis Andrews at 941-681-3742 or email: email@example.com
Trunk or Treat Family Style
Try out your Halloween costume two days early and join Gulf coast United Methodist Church for two hours of fun from 4-6pm October 28th at the church located at 100 McCall Road in the Gulf Cove area.
There will be free food, games, prizes and a bounce house! For more information, contact the church at 941-697-1747.
Boo Bash at Englewood Elks
If you're looking for a spooky good time, join the Annual Halloween Boo Bash party at the Englewood Elks Lodge 401 N. Indiana Ave. on October 28th. Everyone is welcome! A buffet will be served from 5:30-7:30pm and includes soup, salad, ribs, wings, fish, chicken, mashed potatoes, vegetable medley, and assorted desserts. The cost is $15.00 plus tax per person. Then, from 7pm to 11pm the band Torched will perform...Prizes for best costumes and many other surprises. For more information, call 941-474-1404
Do you like the show "Undercover Boss"? What if Kylo Ren, the infamous villian from Star Wars, The Force Awakens went undercover on Starkiller Base? funny stuff!
Sure, Mr. Vernon may be older...half-blind, dealing with some health issues and kinda senile, but it doesn't mean he can't enjoy an awesome toy - or ten of them. Happy birthday Mr. Vernon!