Sometimes we won't listen to other people, but maybe we will listen to this duck! Here are some helpful tricks and tips for daily life that well... make life easier!
You might need these pieces of advice more than you know if life's got you in a rut. These might seem like a whole bunch of useless, zen-chasing nonsense; but we recommend giving them a critical look, and a shot! A good day could be waiting for you at the end of this list.
Okay, so we don't recommend you go trying ALL of these. Some of them are a bit questionable to say the least. But also, hey, you miss all the shots you don't take! Looking for more clutch interview knowledge to take with you on that wild job hunt? Check out these crucial red flags that you don't want to overlook at your next job interview!
Is your weird Uncle Herbert spending too much time at Disney recently?
It may be because a urologist at Michigan State University recently "discovered that riding a roller coaster helps patients pass kidney stones with nearly a 70 percent success rate."
As it turns out, not every roller coaster is equal for stone passage, "Big Thunder Mountain was the only one that worked. We tried Space Mountain and Aerosmith's Rock 'n' Roller Coaster and both failed."
Read more about the discovery of fun, cheaper healthcare here.
It's almost February 14th so get ready for the flood of dating advice! Twitter user @YaBoiSelfie decided to kick things off with what turned out to be a controversial hashtag #HowToKeepHer2016. As with almost anything on the internet, the hashtag was met with jokes, sexism, outrage and a few really earnest people who were just trying to answer a question.
An unknown prankster sent in the plot of a two-part Seinfeld episode to the advice columnist Amy Dickenson. The episode in question is called "The Boyfriend" and just as the prankster writes, it deals with Jerry meeting his sports idol who then goes on to date Elaine.
Amy answered as if it was any other question with a short paragraph that offers solid advice and would have probably cut the end of the episode very short.
She admits on her own website that she missed the joke but she seems pretty good humored about it:
Every once in awhile, I get punked by a villainous, fun-loving reader. I have some affection for these episodes because I often think that if I didn’t actually have a job, punking advice columnists is exactly what I would do with my time. But alas I do have a job and so I am left with the task of sharing my humiliation, as well as trying to enjoy readers’ reactions.
Here's the beginning of the episode in question: