What Do Couples Nag Each Other About the Most?
According to a new survey, more than HALF of couples say that nagging is a problem in their relationship.
The top three things people nag each other about are . . .
#1.) Not getting enough attention.
#3.) Picking up things that you drop around the house, like socks or wet towels.
The survey also found the main way couples resolve fights is apologizing and moving on. Number two is taking time to cool off . . . three is sweeping it under the rug . . . and fourth is just having MAKE-UP SEX to get over it.
Here Are the Six Things You Do That Make Flight Attendants Hate You:
A new survey asked flight attendants what makes them HATE passengers the most. So here's what you should avoid doing to make the plane a slightly better place:
#1.) Snapping your fingers at them.
#2.) Scrambling to leave the plane before the seatbelt signs are off.
#3.) Trying to cram giant pieces of luggage into the overhead compartment.
#4.) Talking through the safety demonstration.
#5.) Asking for extra blankets or pillows.
#6.) Shoving garbage in the seat pocket.
They also said the average passenger who causes the fewest problems is a male, in his 30s, sitting in economy and not first class, who's traveling alone for pleasure, not business.
A Woman in Arizona Ran Over Her Husband Because He Didn't Vote, and She Was Mad About Obama's Re-Election:
On Saturday, 28-year-old Holly Solomon of Mesa, Arizona got into a massive fight with her husband, Daniel. Turns out Daniel didn't vote. And Holly blamed HIM for PRESIDENT OBAMA's re-election.
Yes, even though MITT ROMNEY won the state of Arizona by more than 200,000 votes and STILL lost the election handily . . . it was Daniel's ONE vote that would've changed EVERYTHING.
Holly was upset because she believed their family was going to face hard times with Obama's re-election. So apparently she jumpstarted those hard times . . . by RUNNING OVER HER HUSBAND with her Jeep.
He suffered LIFE-THREATENING INJURIES and is still in critical condition. Holly was arrested for domestic violence and aggravated assault. She was NOT under the influence at the time.
A Man Steals a Chinese Food Delivery Driver's Car . . . But Keeps Making the Deliveries?
Last week, 45-year-old Keith Hinds of West Hartford, Connecticut stole a Chinese food delivery driver's car, when the driver left it idling to drop off some food at an elementary school.
And then . . . Keith KEPT MAKING THE DELIVERIES.
He went to all of the addresses on the bags in the car, dropped off the food, and took the money. He pocketed it, but still. No one in West Hartford missed out on their Chinese food that night.
The police caught Keith during his deliveries and arrested him for larceny. He also had some marijuana and a crack pipe on him, so he was charged for those too.