What Does the Color of Your Car Say About Your Personality?

What Does the Color of Your Car Say About Your Personality?

Can people tell what kind of person you are, just by the color of your car? Probably not. But a recent survey found out what other people THINK it says about you.

Here are six car colors, and what people think they say about your personality . . .

  1.  A black car makes you seem charming, intelligent, and ambitious. But also selfish.
  2. White or silver makes you seem trustworthy.
  3. Red makes you seem happy and adventurous, but also angry.
  4. Blue makes you seem loyal, kind, and considerate.
  5. Tan or brown makes people think you’re grumpy, mean, and boring.
  6. A gold car makes you seem greedy and wealthy. Obviously it has to be an expensive car though. Even if it’s gold, people won’t think you’re rich if you’re driving a 1998 Ford Focus.

The survey also found men think women in red cars are the sexiest, and women think blue cars are the most attractive for men. The least attractive car color is brown.

(This Is Money)

Guys say their perfect woman has long brown hair, blue eyes and a tattoo. What to women want?

Guys say their perfect woman has long brown hair, blue eyes and a tattoo. What to women want?

What to women want?

Match.com’s survey identified the ideal traits its members are looking for in their perfect partner

Match.com recently asked members to describe what they find most attractive about the opposite sex. Then they came up with what they call the ‘ideal’ man and woman.

Since it’s a weird composite, it doesn’t really make sense, but whatever. Here we go . . .

Guys want a woman with blue eyes . . . long, dark, brown hair . . . who’s a career driven doctor . . . with a strategically placed tattoo . . . and spends her free time swimming.

Women want a guy with short dark brown hair . . . blue eyes . . . a DAD BOD . . . an executive job . . . and a DOG.

But again, it’s a composite. Somehow we’re thinking a single guy with long dreamy hair and six-pack abs will do just fine?

(Match.com)

What to women want?

Barbra Streisand, Chris Brown, and Tim McGraw Lead a Busy Week on the Billboard 200

Barbra Streisand, Chris Brown, and Tim McGraw Lead a Busy Week on the Billboard 200

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A pair of country guys debuted at #3 and #4 this week:  TIM MCGRAW is at #3 with 71,000 copies of “Sundown Heaven Town” . . . and George Strait hit #4 with 51,000 copies of his live album, “The Cowboy Rides Away”.

 

 

Other debuts include TRAIN at #5 . . . MOTIONLESS IN WHITE at #9 . . . and SLASH at #10.  Here are this week’s Top 10 albums . . .

 

 

1.  NEW:  “Partners”, Barbra Streisand . . . 196,000 copies

 

2.  NEW:  “X”, Chris Brown . . . 146,000 copies

 

3.  NEW:  “Sundown Heaven Town”, Tim McGraw . . . 71,000 copies

 

4.  NEW:  “The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium”, George Strait . . . 51,000 copies

 

5.  NEW:  “Bulletproof Picasso”, Train . . . 50,000 copies

 

6.  “Native”, OneRepublic . . . 49,000 copies

 

7.  “V”, Maroon 5 . . . 34,000 copies

 

8.  “Anomaly”, Lecrae . . . 31,000 copies

 

9.  NEW:  “Reincarnate”, Motionless In White . . . 31,000 copies

 

10.  NEW:  “World On Fire, featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators”, Slash . . . 29,000 copies

 

 


 

 

Over on the Hot 100, Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” rules the chart for a third straight week.  It’s also the third straight week where the Top 5 songs have been from women . . . just the ninth time that’s happened in the Hot 100’s 56-year history.

 

 

And Jeremih and YG entered the Top 10 this week with their song “Don’t Tell ‘Em” squeaking in at #10.

 

 

Here are this week’s Top 10 songs and the # of weeks they’ve been on the chart . . .

 

 

1.  “All About That Bass”, Meghan Trainor . . . 11 weeks

 

2.  “Shake It Off”, Taylor Swift . . . 5 weeks

 

3.  “Bang Bang”, Jessie J featuring Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj . . . 8 weeks

 

4.  “Anaconda”, Nicki Minaj . . . 7 weeks

 

5.  “Black Widow”, Iggy Azalea featuring Rita Ora . . . 12 weeks

 

6.  “Stay With Me”, British singer Sam Smith . . . 24 weeks

 

7.  “Break Free”, Ariana Grande featuring Zedd . . . 12 weeks

 

8.  “Boom Clap”, Charli XCX . . . 16 weeks

 

9.  “Chandelier”, Sia . . . 20 weeks

 

10.  “Don’t Tell ‘Em”, Jeremih featuring YG . . . 13 weeks