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Frankie Ballard Praised For His Tipping
Frankie Ballard has just proven he’s a pretty generous guy. In case you missed it, a waitress in Frankie’s hometown of Battle Creek, Michigan, recently revealed that he left her a whopper of a tip when he came in to pick up an order.
Kourtney Kipp, who works at Mancino’s Pizza and Grinders, shared on Facebook that Frankie gave her a $100 tip on an order that only cost $22.37.
“Thank you so so much, the littlest things can turn somebody’s day around,” she writes alongside the receipt for the order. "The crew truly appreciated your appearance tonight, even if some of us were a little too star struck to say so.”
Source: Sounds Like Nashville
The Best And Worst Jobs For Your Marriage
According to a new study, what you do for a living affects the likelihood of your relationship ending. Career site Zippia did the research on how much people’s occupations contributed to their decision to divorce and used data from the U.S. Census Bureau to find out the careers with the highest and lowest divorce rates.
Researchers reviewed divorce rates for individual positions at age 30 and found the worst job for a marriage is in the military a First-Line Enlisted Military Supervisor, which has a 30% divorce rate. Here are the top 10 worst:
- First-Line Enlisted Military Supervisors
- Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics
- Military Enlisted Tactical Operations and Air Weapons
- Chemical Technicians
- Military, Rank Not Specified
- Nonfarm Animal Caretakers
- Library Assistants, Clerical
- Engineering Technicians, Except Drafters
- Diagnostic Related Technologists and Technicians
And on the flip side, researchers found the jobs that are less likely to split couples up and lead to divorce. Here are the 10 best:
- Television, Video, and Motion Picture Camera Operators
- Religious Workers
- Speech-Language Pathologists
- Management Analysts
- Architectural and Engineering Managers
- Chief Executives and Legislators
- Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers
- Miscellaneous Legal Support Workers
- Special Education Teachers
But take this all with a grain of salt because all marriages are different, so even if you have one of the “worst” jobs, your marriage can still be rock solid.
Source: Good Housekeeping
Man Sends Out Messages In A Bottle And Got An Interesting Response
Craig Sullivan, 49, from England was looking for his love after his wife passed away from cancer over a year ago. He decided to send out 2000 messages in bottles to try to find love. Craig did receive a reply, but not the one he was looking for. Helen Gill was walking along the beach when see saw over 30 of Craig's bottles washed ashore. She responded to Craig, that although she found the gesture romantic, it could be harmful to nature and wildlife. Helen wasn't the only one to respond to Craig to tell him to stop littering. Due to the response, Craig stopped his plan to release the rest of the bottles. (UPI)
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