A Woman's Perfect Day Includes 106 Minutes of Sex, 57 Minutes on the Phone, and Only 36 Minutes of Work:
A new survey asked 900 women to break down how they'd break down their PERFECT average day. Here are the results . . .
--Eight hours of uninterrupted sleep.
--106 minutes of INTIMATE RELATIONS.
--82 minutes of face-to-face socializing.
--78 minutes of relaxing.
--75 minutes of eating.
--73 minutes of prayer or meditation.
--68 minutes of exercise.
--68 minutes of watching TV.
--57 minutes on the phone.
--56 minutes of shopping.
--50 minutes of cooking.
--48 minutes on the computer.
--47 minutes of housework.
--46 minutes of napping.
--Only 46 minutes of taking care of the kids.
--Only 36 minutes of work.
--And 33 minutes of commuting.
A Guy In Detroit Wants to Trade His House for a World Series Ticket . . . Which One is Actually Worth More?
The Detroit Tigers are in the World Series against the San Francisco Giants, and they have a realistic shot at winning their first championship in almost three decades. So obviously Tigers fans REALLY want to witness it.
On Tuesday, one Tigers fan put an ad on Craigslist offering to TRADE HIS HOUSE for tickets to a World Series game.
And that SOUNDS like a deal . . . except that his house is in DETROIT, which has one of the worst housing markets in the entire country. So which one's actually worth more . . . this guy's home, or those tickets?
The answer is . . . the home, but not in a runaway victory. The guy lives in the Warrendale neighborhood of Detroit, where houses are going for as little as $1,300.
On Stubhub.com, two standing-room-only tickets to Detroit's first World Series game at home on Saturday night are $718. Two tickets to sit in some of the worst seats in the stadium are $810.
A Female Dairy Queen Worker Beats Up a Robber Using the Bags of Money He Wanted To Steal:
Someone give this woman a free Peanut Buster Parfait.
Katie Rieger is a manager at a Dairy Queen in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. On Monday morning, she was leaving the store with two bags of cash to take to the bank when a man with a mask approached her, and demanded the money.
She didn't see a weapon. But she realized SHE had a weapon . . . the two sacks of cash. Even though they were mostly dollar bills and not coins, she started SWINGING THEM . . . I guess like she was in a high-stakes pillow fight?
And after she hit him with the bags of money a few times, he took off running.
Katie says it was just instinct to fight back. Quote, "If I would've seen a weapon I would've dropped the money for sure. But he didn't really threaten me or hit back. My instinct was just to hit him."
The cops are still looking for him.
The Six People You Meet at Every Halloween Party:
The whole "sexy Halloween" thing is totally out of control now. So if you're hitting up a costume party this weekend, you're almost guaranteed to see at least one person dressed as a sexy witch . . . or a sexy something . . . or a sexy ANYTHING.
But that's definitely not the ONLY type of person you'll meet. Here are six people you see at pretty much every Halloween party.
#1.) The Person Who Claims They're Wearing a Costume, Even Though They're Not. They'll be in normal clothes, but when you ask why they didn't dress up, they'll say they DID.
Then they'll claim they're dressed as something that doesn't REQUIRE a costume . . . like a serial killer or a teacher.
#2.) The Person with a Costume That Severely Restricts Them from Moving Around. It might be something like a mermaid tail, so they can't walk right. Or it might be a costume that's so huge and ridiculous, they can't fit through a doorway.
Regardless, it means they'll be sitting or standing in the same spot all night.
#3.) The Person Who Obviously Hates Halloween. If they're dressed up at all, it'll either be a cheap costume, or the same costume they wore last year. And they'll probably be sitting in a corner looking miserable.
#4.) The Guy Dressed in Drag. For whatever reason, some guys LOVE dressing as women on Halloween. And they always act like it's the funniest costume anyone's ever seen.
#5.) The Person Who Handmade Every Single Thing They're Wearing. They'll also be way too proud. And at least once, you'll overhear them bragging about how much time they wasted on it.
#6.) The Person Who Approaches Halloween Like a Method Actor. If they're dressed as, say, Marilyn Monroe, then they'll ACT like Marilyn Monroe ALL NIGHT . . . to the point where you won't even want to talk to them, because it's too annoying.
Experts Don't Know Anything . . . Not One of the 58 Experts from "Sports Illustrated" or ESPN Predicted a Tigers-Giants World Series:
You know how every time you turn on ESPN, there's some "expert" SCREAMING AT YOU? And you kinda suspect he's an idiot, but he's so loud you almost find yourself believing him? Well . . . don't.
At the beginning of the baseball season, 58 writers and TV hosts from "Sports Illustrated" and ESPN tried to predict which teams would meet in the World Series. And NONE of them picked the Detroit Tigers and the San Francisco Giants.
Only eight picked the Tigers to win the American league, and only six picked the Giants to win the National League. Nobody picked both of them together.
Who did the worst job? Karl Ravich, who hosts "Baseball Tonight" on ESPN. He predicted a Boston Red Sox versus Arizona Diamondbacks World Series. Boston finished 69-93 and Arizona was 81-81.