A Good Sign a Guy Is Into You Is How Much Food He Eats on a Date

A Good Sign a Guy Is Into You Is How Much Food He Eats on a Date

A Good Sign a Guy Is Into You Is How Much Food He Eats on a Date

A Good Sign a Guy Is Into You Is How Much Food He Eats on a Date

Here’s a new first date strategy for all the single women out there: Ask the guy if he wants to go to a BUFFET. Sure, it might not be the most romantic option . . . but it’s your best way to figure out how he feels about you.

A new study by Cornell University in New York found a good sign a guy is into you is . . . how much he EATS on a date. So if he chows down like he’s anticipating some kind of 40-year famine, you’re in.

The researchers found that guys ate 93% more pizza and 86% more salad when they were eating with a woman they wanted to impress.

Their theory is that men overeat to show off how HEALTHY and FIT they are . . . which women are biologically attracted to.

Women didn’t eat any more or less when they were with a guy than when they ate with other women.

(Daily Mail)

Good Guy CEO Is Paying for All His Employees’ Kids to Go to College

Good Guy CEO Is Paying for All His Employees’ Kids to Go to College

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Ahem… cough cough… I hope our bosses are listening, because I could use some extra cash.

Chieh Huang is the CEO of Boxed.com . . . they sell stuff like toilet paper and laundry detergent in bulk, and mail it to you. And he recently decided to add a new perk for his employees . . . he’s going to pay for ALL of their kids to go to college.

He says he’ll cover four years of tuition for each kid, and it doesn’t matter what college they choose. There’s no cap on it, so even if they need 60 grand a year to go to Harvard, he’ll pay.

The money is coming out of his own pocket, and a few investors are pitching in. He says he doesn’t actually think of it as a perk, he just wants his employees to know he’s committed to making sure their families are taken care of.

Right now, the company has about 100 employees. And apparently most of them are pretty young, because they only have 12 kids total.

But obviously that’ll change . . . especially now that they know they can pop out as many kids as they want, and not worry about paying for their education.

(Washington Post)

The Secret to a Good Marriage Is . . . a Man Who Doesn’t Let Himself Go

The Secret to a Good Marriage Is . . . a Man Who Doesn’t Let Himself Go

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Over the past few weeks, there’s been a lot of hype in the media about the “dad bod.” It’s basically the idea that women are cool with men letting themselves go once they’re married with kids.

Well, a new study just threw that out the window.

Researchers at Yale University just found that the key to a good marriage is . . . a man who DOESN’T let himself go.

They found that married women are much less likely to be depressed if their husband regularly works out . . . even if THEY never work out themselves. Men who exercised also were happier than men who didn’t.

For whatever reason, when women worked out, it didn’t have any effect on the happiness of a marriage.

The researchers’ theory here is that exercise has a stronger positive psychological effect on men than women. And since it makes men feel so good, that happiness rubs off on their wives.

(Daily Mail)

Here Are The Four Things Women Wear When They’re in a Good Mood . . . and the Two Things They Wear When They’re Not

Here Are The Four Things Women Wear When They’re in a Good Mood . . . and the Two Things They Wear When They’re Not

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If you’ve been waiting your whole life for a secret decoder that helps you figure out a woman’s mood . . . this just might be it.

A new study out of the University of Queensland in Australia found that you can use a woman’s CLOTHES to get a pretty accurate gauge of her mood.

Here are the four things women wear when they’re happy . . .

  1.  Hats.
  2.  Their favorite shoes.
  3.  Dresses.
  4.  Bright colored things that fit their body well.

And here are the two things women wear when they’re unhappy . . .

  1.  Jeans.
  2.  Baggy shirts.

(Daily Mail)