JASON'S STORY - WINNER
HIS SISTER CALLED HIM CRYING LAST NIGHT...HERE'S WHY
Jason has two sisters, Kelly and Kim. Kim called him last night in tears because she had spent about three hours cleaning her house. She had just finished putting fresh sheets on her bed when she spotted a cockroach on her headboard. She ripped the sheets off the bed...flipped the mattress off of the box spring...looked behind the headboard...checked the walls...looked in the corners of the room - STILL...NO COCKROACH. She called Jason to ask what she should do. The only advice he and his wife could give her was to sleep in the guest room. He hasn't heard from her since last night. But as soon as he does...we'll get an update.
HATE YOUR NOSE? STOP TAKING SELFIES!
Even if you’re not a constant selfie-taker, you know that the idea is to snap and share these photos because you think you look good in that moment. But according to new research, taking a selfie might actually make your nose look bigger than it is in real life. Not that there’s anything wrong with big noses, but you probably want your photos to look like you do IRL.
It turns out, selfies “significantly distort” people’s appearances by making our noses look much bigger. How much are we talking? The average base of the nose looks about 30% wider in selfies and the tip appears about 7% wider than if the photo was taken from five feet, the average portrait distance. So remember that when you’re critical of your next selfie and don’t let your self-worth take a hit over it.
Source: Women's Health