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Monday’s Just Suck!


Scientific studies show that Monday’s do suck. 

“File this under things that we already knew, but a confirmation by science doesn’t hurt. A scientific study by Marmite has revealed that Mondays do indeed suck.”

“The findings fo the study, as reported by The Telegraph, indicate that many people don’t smile on Mondays until 11:16 am, and that half of us won’t turn up to work on time, either. Mondays also tend to be fairly unproductive, with only about three and a half hours of actual work getting done. And those in the 45 to 54 year-old demographic will moan for about 12 minutes on Mondays, making them the most susceptible to the suck that is Monday.”


“Experts indicate that the reason behind our hatred of Mondays is a result of humans being “governed by deep-rooted tribal habits” and that we prefer to ease into the week rather than tackle it head-on first thing Monday morning. In fact, those that do the latter may end up burning themselves out before Friday hits.”

Click HERE to read the whole article. 
And if you really hate Monday’s as much as I do, then go on over to and there, you can actually join to vote to ban Monday’s. I know it’s a joke to ban Monday’s, but you’ll see how many people HATE Monday. 


Most of us don’t crack our first smile until 11:16 a.m.”

“A study, by Marmite in England, showed the Southeast was the happiest region, with people cracking the first smile at 11.06 a.m. The East Midlands are the glummest, taking until 11.33 a.m. to look on the bright.”

“Over 50% of employees are late to work on Monday’s. A lame excuse won’t work; researchers claim that most of us find the start of the week so grim nearly half of us are late for work.”

“The best preferred way to beat Monday blues is by watching television or having sex.”

  • The top five ways to get over that horrible Monday feeling is: 
  • 1. Watching TV, 
  • 2. Sex, 
  • 3. On-line shopping, 
  • 4. Buying chocolate or make-up and 
  • 5. Planning a holiday


Did you know???

  • “Most people will moan about it being Monday for a whole 12 minutes”


  • “People between the ages of 45 and 54 are likely to suffer the most Monday blues.”
  • “Workers only manage three-and-a-half hours of productive work.”
  • “Monday is the most likely day to commit suicide.”

“The Office for National Statistics in England found 16% of male suicides and 17% of female suicides occurred on Mondays, compared to 13% on the weekend days. Researchers said the trend was not solely a result of returning to work as it was also seen in retired people.”

  • Mondays are also the most likely day to get a heart attack.”

“The British Medical Journal reported a 20% increase in heart attacks on Mondays as opposed to the other days of the week. The attacks may be caused by stress and high blood pressure caused by returning to work. ”

  • “Monday is the least rainy day of the week.”

“Some believe it’s due to man-made pollution subsiding over the weekend.”

  • Monday is the best for buying cars.”

“Believe it or not, there are positive things about Monday. For instance, when you’re going to shop for a new car, do it on a Monday. Car salespeople make the bulk of their sales on the weekends. When Monday rolls around, there are usually few customers in sight, and the weekend is a long way off. That’s why car salespeople are more desperate on Monday, and they’ll be more willing to cut you a deal.”


Why We Say “Trick or Treat”

Why Do We Say “Trick or Treat”
“It’s one of a kid’s favorite parts of Halloween. There’s no feeling quite like waiting for a stranger to open his or her door so you can scream the words “Trick or treat!” But why do we say it? What does it actually mean? The practice of donning a costume and asking for treats from your neighbors dates back to the Middle Ages, but back then it wasn’t a game.

During the medieval practice of souling, poor people would make the rounds begging for food. In return, they offered prayers for the dead on All Souls Day. (What does the “een” in “Halloween” mean exactly? The answer lies here.)”

“Modern trick or treating is a custom borrowed from guising, which children still do in some parts of Scotland. Guising involves dressing in costume and singing a rhyme, doing a card trick, or telling a story in exchange for a sweet. The Scottish and Irish brought the custom to America in the 19th century.”

“Some have traced the earliest reference of the term trick or treat in print was in 1927, in Alberta, Canada. It appears as if the practice didn’t really take hold in the U.S. until the mid-1930s, where it was not always well received. The demanding of a treat angered or puzzled some adults. Supposedly, in a Halloween parade in 1948 in New York, the Madison Square Boys Club carried a banner sporting the message “American Boys Don’t Beg.” By 1952, the practice was widely accepted enough to be mentioned in the family television show Ozzie and Harriet.”



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Why You Should Date An Asshole

Why Dating An Asshole is Actually a Good Thing…

“The sprawling new-age dating landscape is littered with land mines: awkward first dates, un-returned     text-messages, photo-shopped Tinder profiles, sexually repressed closet-cases, and mysteriously broken condoms — just to name a select few.”

“We instinctively attempt to avoid them; tip-toeing carefully from one clear patch of land to the next, trying to make it to the other side unscathed. We feel ashamed when a love interest hurts us. We feel embarrassed when we voluntarily hand an abject asshole the key to our heart, along with the power to break it. We blame ourselves for missing the clues, for not treading a little more carefully.”



Why Your Personality Isn’t Your Fault






Why Are We Wearing the Wrong Cup Sizes?

Wearing the Wrong Bra Size



We’ve been told many times that what what you wear underneath your clothes is just as (if not more) important than the clothes themselves. Wearing the wrong undergarments can ruin your outfit and make you extremely uncomfortable. Still, many women continue to make bra mistakes every day.”





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