If You’re Friends With Your Ex, You Might Be a Psychopath?

If You’re Friends With Your Ex, You Might Be a Psychopath?

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I think it’s crazy to stay friends with your exes. And apparently, I’m LITERALLY right.

A new study out of Oakland University in Michigan found that people who stay close friends with their exes are more likely to be PSYCHOPATHS. Meaning they have “dark” personality traits, like they’re narcissistic or selfish.

And that makes sense, since the main reason someone stays friends with their ex is because they still WANT something from them.

The things we want can range from emotional support, to sex . . . as in, “hey, it’s 2:00 A.M. and we’re both still up, want to come over?”

And yep . . . men are more likely to stay friends with an ex if they think there’s a chance they’ll have sex again.

 

(Science Direct)

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?

90% of Your Coworkers Would Rather You Stay Home Than Come in Sick

90% of Your Coworkers Would Rather You Stay Home Than Come in Sick

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Here’s how much your coworkers hate you when you’re sick . . . they’d rather do extra work than be in the same room with you.

A new survey found 90% of people would prefer their sick coworkers stay home than tough it out and come in to work . . . even though in a lot of cases, that means you’ll have to do a little extra work to cover for them.

The survey also found the eight most annoying things coworkers do when they come in sick . . .

1. Not covering their mouth when they cough.

2. Sniffling.

3. Wiping their nose on their sleeve.

4. Sneezing.

5. Leaving used tissues around.

6. Letting their nose run without using a tissue.

7. Blowing their nose.

8. Complaining about being sick.

 

(FemaleFirst)

Right in the Feels… Dog rides outside Ambulance to stay with owner

Right in the Feels… Dog rides outside Ambulance to stay with owner

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This is a pretty incredible reminder of how loyal dogs are. There’s a reason we happily spend $200 trillion on dog toys and leashes and crap every single year.

An 85-year-old guy in San Angelo, Texas named J.R. Nicholson was feeling dizzy a few weeks ago, and called 911 for help. So the paramedics came, loaded him into the ambulance, and took him to the hospital.

But they didn’t realize his 35-pound beagle named Buddy didn’t want to leave J.R.’s side.

Buddy hopped onto the little side step of the ambulance without any of the paramedics noticing . . . and just sat there, riding the ambulance, as it went to the hospital.

About 20 miles into the drive, another driver flagged them down and told them there was a DOG on the side of the ambulance. They didn’t really have a choice at that point, so they loaded Buddy into the back and took him the rest of the way.

J.R. stayed one night at the hospital and was released. And Buddy stayed with him the entire time.

(San Angelo Standard-Times