There's a YouTube video making the rounds of a cute little kid who wants to invite MIRANDA LAMBERT to his 4th birthday party, but he repeatedly screws up her name.
The Holderness family is at it again, this time with a Thanksgiving song called "All About That Baste".
Pitbulls, totally vicious right? Not Queso. He is afraid of walking through doorways. But he has found a way around all that.
Business Insider - A recent survey found that a third of us now dress casually for work every day. But maybe you shouldn't. Because according to several studies, how you look can affect your salary pretty drastically.
Specifically, it has to do with how attractive you are. And you CAN make yourself more attractive by dressing up and not being a slob. Here are three reasons to do it.
1. You'll make more money. In one study, hiring managers were shown photos of job candidates. And on average, they were willing to pay the attractive ones 10.5% more.
2. Dressing up makes you more confident. Partly because of you feeling more confident, and partly because everyone around you THINKS you're more capable. And when that's the case, you're more likely to get promoted.
It even applies to kids. The same study found that teachers have higher expectations for good-looking kids, and devote more time to them. Which obviously isn't fair. But that extra time ends up boosting their self-esteem.
3. Being attractive means you have good social skills. Or at least people think it does, according to one study. And the better you are at communicating, the more you make.
That's actually backed up by science. Research has found that social skills are a better predictor of lifetime earnings than how high your I.Q. is.
If you don't think you're a funny person, just hang out with a baby for a while. In five minutes, you'll feel like a comedy GOD.
There's a video making the rounds of a baby laughing every time his dad COUGHS. For some reason, the kid thinks it's the funniest thing anyone's ever done.
The dad coughs at :04, :18, :37, :49, and 1:04.
Do companies want to hire happy, responsible, FAMILY MEN over sloppy, horny, bachelors? The answer is almost definitely yes, right? So what do you do if you ARE a sloppy, horny, bachelor?
There's a guy in Cleveland, Ohio who came up with a pretty crazy strategy . . . he just put an ad on Craigslist looking for a woman and a baby to pose for some family photos to make him LOOK like a family man when he applies for jobs.
He was offering $75 for the first photo shoot and $100 for every photo shoot after that, to any woman with a child who'd pose for the photos.
His plan is, quote, "approximately six months before I formally begin searching for a job, I will post approximately 12 to 24 photos of my 'family' and my 'life' [on Facebook] to create an entirely phony yet truly believable picture of myself."
He didn't really address how he's going to handle it if he DOES get hired, and his boss starts noticing he doesn't actually have a family.
The ad ended up getting flagged by Craigslist users and was pulled off the site . . . there's no word if he got any fake family applicants before it was yanked.