How Do You Handle Getting a Terrible Gift? Plus the Top 10 Worst Presents Women Have Received

How Do You Handle Getting a Terrible Gift? Plus the Top 10 Worst Presents Women Have Received

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This Christmas, like every Christmas, there’s a chance your significant other is going to give you something HORRIBLE. So how are you going to react?

A new survey asked women what they do with a particularly bad gift. Here’s how they handle it . . .

  1.  33% return it immediately.
  2.  25% actually wear or use it to avoid hurting their partner’s feelings.
  3.  20% re-gift it.
  4.  And 10% sell it on eBay.

The survey also found 40% of women now pick out what they want their significant other to buy them . . . and 30% practice looking thankful in the mirror in case they have to react to a present they don’t like.

Women also named the WORST gifts they’ve ever gotten. Here’s the top 10 . . .

  1.  A chainsaw.
  2.  Nose hair trimmers.
  3.  A fishing pole.
  4.  A fossil.
  5.  Hair removal cream.
  6.  A dustpan and brush.
  7.  A sweater with an alien printed on it.
  8.  A tube and funnel to help pee outdoors.
  9.  Cellulite cream.
  10.  A cleaning wash for their lady parts.

(Daily Mail)

Ever Been Looking at Your Phone in Bed and Accidentally Dropped It on Your Face?

Ever Been Looking at Your Phone in Bed and Accidentally Dropped It on Your Face?

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Ever been looking at your phone in bed and accidentally dropped it on your FACE? Of course you have. And you almost certainly felt like an idiot when it happened, like everyone else. But at least you’re not alone.

According to a new survey, 60% of us have dropped our phone on our face when we were using it lying down.

And 13% of people have walked into something like a pole or a wall because they were staring down at their phone.

Of course, we also have plenty of dumb injuries that AREN’T caused by our phones . . .

35% have tripped over a pet.

28% have accidentally hammered their fingers instead of a nail.

27% have walked into a glass door.

16% have fallen off a treadmill or exercise ball.

And 15% have tripped on an escalator.

(Daily Mail)