Posted Wednesday, February 6th 2013 @ 4pm
Here Are the Top 10 Turn-Offs in Bed . . . Most of Which are How You Smell or What You Say:
We've got the results of a new survey here on the 10 biggest turn-offs in bed. And almost ALL of them revolve around two things: How you smell . . . and what you say. Here's the full top 10, in order:
#1.) Body odor, 63%.
#2.) Bad breath, 58%.
#3.) Not being FRESH or CLEAN down there, 35%.
#4.) Poor grooming down below, 35%.
#5.) Baby talk, 27%.
#6.) Acting selfish, 26%.
#7.) Lack of confidence, 20%.
#8.) Sweating, 15%.
#9.) Being too loud or vocal, 9%.
#10.) Dirty talk, 5%.
If You Go to Work Sick, Your Germs Cover Half the Office By Lunchtime:
According to a new study by the University of Arizona, when you go to work sick, your germs infect everyone and everything . . . FAST.
If one person goes to work sick, the risk of their coworkers getting sick increases by between 40% and 90%.
The researchers used artificial viruses to see how fast germs would spread in an office. And just one sick person managed to spread the virus to HALF the commonly-touched surfaces in the office, in just four hours.
That included the coffee pot, desks, and elevator buttons.
Which means if you go to work sick, you'll have spread it to half the office by lunch . . . and by the end of the day, 70% of the office surfaces will be contaminated by the virus.