Thursday, August 9th, 2018

posted by Zane Bickerstaff - 

ALL THE SINGLE MEN


Scientists at the University of Nicosia in Cyprus anonymously asked men on Reddit why they thought they were still single. They analyzed more than 6,700 comments and revealed the top 43 reasons why people are unable to find a partner:– 

Poor looks (including baldness, and short stature)

 Low self-esteem/confidence

Low effort

Not interested in relationships

Poor flirting skills

Introverted 

Recently broke up

 Bad experiences from previous relationships

No available women

 Overweight

Different priorities

Shyness

Too picky

Anxiety

Lack of time

Socially awkward

Enjoying being single

 Depression

Poor character

 Difficult to find women to match

Poor mental health

 Lack of achievements– 

Stuck with one girl

 Lack of social skills

Have not got over previous relationship

Don’t know how to start a relationship

Lack of money

I do not trust women

Not picking up clues of interest

Sexual issue

 Fear of relationships

‘I am not interesting’

Fear of rejection

‘I will not be a good partner

Attracted to the wrong women

Homosexual

Given up

 Is not worth the effort

Fear of commitment

Health – disability issue

Difficult to keep a relationship

Addictions

Other.

Guys...how many do you feel are affecting your love life?

Teen Asks God For Help With College In Note Tied To Balloons And Gets It

August 09, 2018

 A minister found her note and is helping her get what she needs.


Mykehia Curry, a college-bound freshman from Macon, Georgia, is going to be the first person in her family to go to college and she took out student loans for her tuition and housing at Albany State University, but that doesn’t cover some things she’ll need for her first time away from home. The 18-year-old’s mother is on disability and money is tight, so she decided to ask for God’s help.

Curry wrote a note asking, “God please help me get the rest of my stuff for college.” She wrote, “Amen, I love you God,” along with her name and phone number. Then she sent the note off into the skies attached to some helium balloons leftover from her grandma’s birthday. And it worked!

Jerome Jones, a Baptist minister who also works for Georgia Power, found the balloons and note while out on a job in Gray, Georgia, 15 miles away. He called Curry, offering to get what she needs, and has already delivered a comforter and a mini fridge for her dorm room. “God answers prayers,” Jones told her. Now she’s ready to start college and the two plan to stay in touch so she can keep him posted on her success.

Source: CNN


A giant moose wandering in the streets of Alaska...and hilarious Alaskan commentary.

 Kids get an epic surprise when their soldier dad shows up at home after nine-months away.

Exhaustion Leads Parents To Do Some Crazy Things

August 09, 2018

 Survey reveals the effects of exhaustion on mom and dad


  • Parents spend about 33 hours a week on parenting-related tasks, like getting the kids to school, making meals and more
  • The average parent winds up getting only about 55 minutes of time to themselves every week, and when they do get free time, they only spend about 31% of it relaxed, which is about 17 minutes a week
  • Parents share the craziest things they’ve done while exhausted and also the strangest places they’ve hidden to get away from their kids

Ask anyone who is or was a parent and they’ll tell you it can be absolutely exhausting. In fact, sometimes you’re so exhausted you don’t even know what you’re doing. Well, a new survey reveals the state of exhaustion of most parents, and what that has lead to in their life, and we’re pretty sure people with kids won’t be surprised at all. 

A new survey finds that parents spend about 33 hours a week on parenting-related tasks, like getting the kids to school, making meals and more. And with many moms and dads working as well, the average parent winds up getting only about 55 minutes of time to themselves every week, and when they do get free time, they only spend about 31% of it relaxed, which is about 17 minutes a week. What’s more, about 10% of parents say they’ve gone a month without getting any free time for themselves.

And all this lack of free time can make some exhausted parents do some crazy things. Among the strangest things parents say they have done while exhausted:

  • Tried to wash clothes in the toilet
  • Poured baby formula into their coffee
  • Texted their boss thinking it was their partner's number
  • Took a shower fully clothed
  • Tried to make a phone call on the TV remote
  • Left the house completely naked
  • Opened the refrigerator looking for a pair of shoes
  • Waited for a stop sign to turn green
  • Drove to work without dropping my kids off at school first
  • Started cooking dinner at breakfast time

Parents are so desperate for time to themselves that 65% admit to hiding from their kids to catch a break. Among the weirdest places they’ve hidden:

  • Reclined in the truck’s driver’s seat
  • On the roof
  • Under the sink
  • Behind some bushes at a mini golf place while she played with her dad
  • Horse barn
  • Under the bed
  • In the laundry basket
  • Behind the washer and dryer
  • Under the staircase
  • Chicken coop 

Source: SWNS Digital

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