This is a good hypothetical question . . . even though we can guarantee with 100% certainty it will NEVER HAPPEN TO YOU.
Let's say you woke up tomorrow and realized you'd become a BILLIONAIRE overnight. What's the first thing you would do? Here are six of the best answers we've heard . . .
1. Call a lawyer, accountant, and financial planner before talking to ANYONE else.
2. Call work, quit, go back to sleep.
3. Not call work, go back to sleep, and let them fire you.
4. Obviously eat celebratory bacon for breakfast.
5. Take the dog for a walk, because he has to pee first thing in the morning and doesn't care whether you've become a billionaire or not. But I'd use that walk to think about things to do with a billion dollars, like hire a dog walker.
6. Anyone who says "Call a lawyer" is wrong. The FIRST thing you'd do is uncontrollably dance, laugh, and scream.
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I always thought wearing sweatpants in public was considered the number one sign that you'd GIVEN UP. Which sucks, because sweatpants are really comfortable. So this is GREAT news.
According to a new survey of 52 shop assistants at super high-end luxury boutiques . . . like Armani, Burberry, and Christian Dior . . . when they see someone wearing sweatpants, it's a sign that person is LOADED.
The consensus is that, quote, "Wealthy people sometimes dress very badly to demonstrate superiority." Basically, you're showing you're SO rich that you don't need to prove you're rich.
Now . . . you can't wear the $4 Walmart sweatpants and get away with it. You've got to buy the more expensive sweatpants. But you get to wear them in public . . . isn't that a totally worthwhile investment?
Men think they're clever and sneaky and are getting away with all kinds of stuff. They aren't. Women INVENTED being clever and sneaky and getting away with all kinds of stuff . . . and they INSTANTLY know it when they see it.
Here are the top eight things guys THINK they're doing sneakily and getting away with . . . but women always notice.
1. Turning your head away from a woman as she's approaching . . . so you're already looking that direction once she passes and you can check out her butt.
2. Trying to lead a text conversation toward having a woman send you nude photos. She recognizes the chess moves you're trying to pull immediately.
3. Asking leading questions to find out if she's single. She's ready to tell the truth or lie anyway, depending on whether she's into you.
4. Checking out other women in general.
5. Trying really, really hard NOT to look down at a woman's breasts.
6. When you're into a woman and accidentally show up where she works or in her neighborhood. Even though it's not in a creepy, stalker way . . . she notices.
7. Hiding your insecurities by going over-the-top with bragging.
8. Scratching yourself down below. Women are WAY better at doing it subtly . . . so they notice when you AREN'T as subtle as you think.
This mom is upset that her son MADE the Honor Roll! To be clear, the boy did get a "D" in Civics. But the rest of his grades were good.
"The bottom line is there is nothing honorable about making a D," the Pasco County, Florida mom told ABC News. "I was not happy, because how can I get my child to study for a test when he thinks he's done enough." Dade City's Pasco Middle School places students on its honor roll based on their Grade Point Average.
In addition to the D, Douglas also got three A's and a C, giving him a GPA of 3.16 — more than enough to be counted among the school's best and brightest.
This feels counterintuitive . . . but a new study says that having a BUSY WEEKEND is actually BETTER stress relief than spending the weekend on the couch.
Researchers found that a weekend feels six hours and 19 minutes LONGER if you're busy than if you're super lazy.
That's because we all subconsciously measure time by the number of MEMORIES we make . . . the more we make, the longer the weekend feels.
About one-third of people surveyed who had busy weekends said it felt like they were off THREE days. Almost half of people who had lazy weekends said it felt like the weekend disappeared too quickly.
The people who had busier weekends also felt more de-stressed when it was time to go back to work on Monday.
One more note: A separate survey also shows a life of lying around might not be the AMAZING DREAM it seems. The survey found that the JOY of RETIREMENT wears off after just 10 months . . . and people start to get bored.
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