Nice Guys Are More Attractive Than Rich Guys? Study says yes!

Nice Guys Are More Attractive Than Rich Guys? Study says yes!

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Well this can’t be right. A new study out of London found that women are more attracted to NICE GUYS than RICH GUYS. Meanwhile, a new study based on everything I’ve ever seen or experienced in my life says the opposite.

The researchers say it actually makes sense from an evolutionary perspective. When women are looking to get married, they want things to be FAIR . . . and they believe they’ll get that from nice guys more than rich guys.

So even though there may be less money coming through the relationship, they believe it will be shared more equally with a nice guy.

(Daily Mail)

Adele Says Quitting Smoking Made Her Voice Worse

Adele Says Quitting Smoking Made Her Voice Worse

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Do you want to become a rich and famous international recording star? Start smoking NOW. At least that seems to be ADELE’s advice. She had surgery in 2011 for a vocal cord hemorrhage, and she hasn’t been the same since.

She said, quote, “The people with the best voices, they always smoke. I’ve given up smoking and I’m convinced that’s made my voice weaker.”

There’s at least one bright side, though . . . quote, “My fingers ain’t orange anymore.”

…Just in case you were considering it, this station and common sense warns you NOT to pick up that habit.

 

(Consequence of sound)

If You Suddenly Got Rich, Would You Keep Working?

If You Suddenly Got Rich, Would You Keep Working?

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Let’s say you won the lottery tonight. Would you go into work on Monday?

Your first answer is probably, “Ha! No.” Your second answer is probably, “Let me repeat: HELL NO.” But once you think about it . . . what WOULD you do without some kind of work?

A new survey found less than a quarter of people would fully retire if they got rich.

Only 23% of people say they’d definitely quit.

36% would stay at their current job . . . and

41% would want to keep working, but at a different job.

(PR Newswire)

 

What about you?