GO OFF THE GRID
Today, March 3rd is National Day of Unplugging. The first Friday in March has been designated as a day to “unplug” from today’s technology and do things other than texting, watching TV and posting to social media.
NEW LEGO SET FEATURES WOMEN ASTRONAUTS
March is Women’s History Month, and, to celebrate, Lego has announced that they’re developing a set featuring women who played important roles in the U.S. space program.
The Women of NASA set will include figurines of Sally Ride, the first American woman in space; Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman in space; and physicist and mathematician Katherine Johnson, who was portrayed in the movie Hidden Figures – among others. (NBC News)
According to a report released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there were almost 1.8 million cosmetic surgeries performed in 2016. These were the 5 most popular:
- Breast augmentation
- Nose reshaping
- Eyelid surgery
But going under the knife isn’t for everyone. There were 15.5 million minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures performed last year. Here are the Top 5:
- Soft Tissue Fillers
- Chemical Peel
- Laser hair removal
Check this out … The study found that facelifts, which had fallen out of the Top 5, have come roaring back … and doctors think it’s because of social media. (Redbook)
WOMEN WHO FAKE IT MORE LIKELY TO CHEAT
According to a new study, women who frequently fake the Big O in bed are more likely to cheat.
Here’s the thing, though: The cheating doesn’t come about because the woman aren’t getting any pleasure. It’s all about the faking it. The study found that women who don’t fake it, but don’t get much pleasure, are still less likely to cheat than women who frequently fake it.
It all comes down to lying. If you lie, even about your own pleasure in the sack, you are more likely to lie about other things … which makes you more apt to be unfaithful. (Daily Mail)
BRING THE GOLDEN ARCHES TO YOU!
Some days, fast food just isn’t fast enough, so the folks at McDonald’s are speeding up the process – by offering delivery.
Mickey D’s has been bringing fries on the fly to customers in the Far East for a few years, and plans to start the U.S. operation in Florida this summer, with a mobile app to follow before the holidays.
Chances are pretty good that you will be in a delivery area the next time a Big Mac attack hits – 75% of us live within three miles of the Golden Arches. (BuzzFeed)