A new survey found the best ways you can make a woman feel loved. And shockingly, texting a photo of your junk with the caption “All yours” didn’t make the cut.
Here are the top seven things that make a woman feel loved . . .
- Cooking for her.
- Giving her a compliment.
- Doing the dishes.
- Offering to get the groceries.
- Buying her a random gift.
- Taking her on a surprise weekend trip.
- Carrying her bags.
Why I’m not allowed to cook dinner anymore (reddit)
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A 66-year-old woman in Wisconsin named Babbette Jaquish lost her battle with cancer last November. So her 65-year-old husband Don decided to pay tribute to her in a pretty incredible way.
The two of them owned a farm in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and after Babbette was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2006, she said she wanted to start growing sunflowers . . . and sell the seeds to raise money for cancer research.
So this past spring, he planted 400 ACRES of them along both sides of the road next to their property. And if you drive by their place now, the sunflowers go on for four-and-a-half MILES.
Don and his family plan to start selling the seeds soon, and they’re putting Babbette’s story on the back of every bag.
He told ABC News he wanted to do something big to show people how much he loved her, because, quote, “Everyone that ever met Babbette fell in love with her. I was just lucky enough to be the guy that SHE fell in love with.”
Everything you once loved is eventually ruined. Nothing ever changes for the better. Life is just empty darkness. Sorry, where was I . . .
Sealed Air Corp. is the company that makes Bubble Wrap, and they’re about to start selling a version that YOU CAN’T POP. They gave it a horrible name, too: iBubble Wrap.
Its bubbles are part of a chain and they aren’t individually inflated, so you can’t pop them.
Sealed Air will sell the stuff UNINFLATED, and companies will have to pay about $5,500 for a pump that inflates it.
But it’ll save Sealed Air a lot of money, and over time it will save those companies money because this stuff will be cheaper than old-fashioned Bubble Wrap.
It’ll also be good for the companies like Amazon because the uninflated wrap takes up less space in their warehouses . . . and they can use that extra room to stock more products.
Traditional Bubble Wrap will still be on sale . . . but you can expect that pretty soon, a lot of the packages you get will use this new version.
- Joan Rivers passed abercrombie outlet away September 4th.
- Her business was in order.
- She left her $150 million abercrombie outlet uk dollar estate to her daughter, Melissa, and grandson, Cooper.
- She also made provisions abercrombie sale for her dogs — two in New York City and two in Los Angeles.
Joan Rivers made her money by telling jokes, but she was serious about her business – and it was in order when she passed away on September 4th. And says that she left her $150 million dollar fortune to the people and animals she loved.
Joan’s daughter, Melissa Rivers, and grandson, Cooper will be well taken care of. Her New York rescue dogs Samantha and Teegan in New York City – who were by her side when she passed away – along with her Border Collie and Jack Russell Terrier in Los Angeles are also provided for. No exact figures were given as to how the cash was divvied up, but suffice to say everyone will be alright.
At this point, nothing’s been confirmed, but it’s thought that Joan’s longtime assistant, Jocelyn, will care for the dogs. Rivers abercrombie and fitch outlet uk ’ goddaughter Tracie Hotchner wrote on her , “How could you not love a woman who, when push came to shove, called her doggies her best friends and in later years said they were better companions than a husband because ‘they didn’t leave the seat up!’”
Macklemore & Lewis’ Macklemore posted a letter on the group’s website yesterday apologizing for wearing what some felt was an anti-Semitic costume during a performance in Seattle Friday. The rapper explained that he wanted to go “incognito” to the show so he looked for a “disguise.” When the fake noses he tried out were too large and didn’t fit him he “ended up with a big witch nose” and chose a black wig simply because it was a drastic difference from his natural hair color.
“I’ve always loved dressing up and have been doing so my entire career. The character I dressed up as on Friday had no intended cultural identity or background. I wasn’t attempting to mimic any culture, nor resemble one,” he wrote. “A ‘Jewish stereotype’ never crossed my mind.”
But even though he wasn’t trying to be offensive, he still apologized for upsetting people. “I acknowledge how the costume could, within a context of stereotyping, be ascribed to a Jewish caricature,” he wrote. “I am here to say that it was absolutely not my intention, and unfortunately at the time I did not foresee the costume to be viewed in such regard. I’m saddened that this story, or any of my choices, would lead to any form of negativity.”
Finally, Macklemore added, “I will let my body of work and the causes for which I’ve supported speak for themselves. I hope that anyone who may question my intent take a few moments to discover the human and artist that I strive to be. I respect all cultures and all people. I would never intentionally put down anybody for the fabric that makes them who they are. I love human beings, love originality, and… happen to love a weird outfit from time to time.” He also shared a link to the Anti-Defamation League, which fights anti-Semitism, urging fans to “check out the great work they do.”