It’s that time of year again! Hollywood is in the full swing of awards season. Next on the list of glitzy galas is the 54th annual Grammy Awards. They will air live on CBS, this Sunday, February 12th at 8 pm Eastern and 7 pm Central.
As we approach Valentine’s Day and the season of love, a lot of couples get the urge to take that big step toward marriage. But before your eyes well up with tears of joy and sweetness, you must do the math. Based on the law of percentages, not all of these proposals can possibly go well.
A few years ago, the term “helicopter parents” was coined to describe those rather invasive parents who were extremely involved in their children’s college experience, to the point of hovering. (Get it?) According to a new survey, these moms and dads are doing the same thing in their now adult childrens’ work lives.
Amazingly, there are still people on the planet who are connected to the internet, but don’t know that The Onion is not a source for actual news. These dim bulbs and dull knives clearly don’t understand satire, and the fact that it is the basis of all Onion content.
This ignorance is still running so rampant that there is even a blog that posts the Facebook commentary of the slow ones who surf among us. And this time, they found a congressman who fell for a fake story from America’s Finest News Source.
Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us and that means people around the world will be trying to get engaged. If you’re one of these lovebirds and are feeling anxious about popping the question, don’t worry. If you let these emotions get the best of you, you might end up chickening out and marrying your cat. We’re not joking.
The Super Bowl may be played indoors on Sunday, but you should care about the forecast, anyway, because February 5 is National Weatherman’s Day. Technically, there’s no congressional record of it being an official national day, but it’s celebrated because it’s the birthday of one of the first known recorders of weather, John Jeffries, who was born in 1744.
Emily Maynard is returning to reality television once more to see if she can find love. Show sources confirmed to People magazine that the chosen fiancé from Brad Womack’s season of ‘The Bachelor’ will be the one to do the choosing in the next season of ‘The Bachelorette.’
Back in the ’60s, corporal punishment was common practice for a shocking 94 percent of parents in the US. While a lot of us may find this number unsettling, just as many don’t. In fact, half of all parents today admitted to punishing children by “spanking on the bottom with a bare hand” to a telephone poll conducted by the National Institutes for Mental Health.
He’s one of the most powerful people on the planet, but President Barack Obama is just like every other American with an average American family. According to an interview in PEOPLE, he watches TV and tries to keep his girls away from Facebook, just like any parent. Like we needed an interview to figure that out.
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