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The Nearly Impossible Question!
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"41% of stay-at-home moms have done this in the past year. What is it?
Answer: bought an infomercial product
41% of women, over 40, will not date a man, who does this. What is it?
Answer: Wears a toupee / rug!
(That means 59% of women will date a man who wears a toupee!)
"4% of brides include this in their wedding. What is it?''
Answer: their pet
Ittakes an average of 13 times of doing this to make a decision.
Answer: An average of 13 first dates to find a spouse!
"20% of people have experienced this in the last year. What is it?''
Answer: turned down for a job
10 Phrases Teens Use And What They Mean
1. YOLO: Meaning "you only live once," something said when you're about to do something you may regret.
Context: "This dress may be pricy but whatever, it's prom -- YOLO!"
2. Frenemy: An enemy disguised as a friend. You know that whole "keep your friends close, but your enemies closer" saying? Yeah, a frenemy is often a person a teen hangs out with regularly that they don't really like.
Context: "Taylor TOTALLY has a crush on my boyfriend, she's a total frenemy."
3. Sick: No, it doesn't mean infected. On the contrary, it means awesome.
Context: "Those shoes are totally sick! Where did you get them!?"
4. Photobomb: When two people are taking a photo and someone either knowingly or unknowingly ruins it by being in the picture.
Context: "This photo would have been soooo cute if
5. Newb: A newbie. Someone who is new to either an experience, group, or scenario.
Context: "She's a newb to the cheerleading squad, but has a ton of potential!"
6. Epic fail: Super fail. Big fail. Doesn't always mean disaster.
Context: "I wanted to grab Starbucks before class but had to drop off my little brother at karate practice. Epic fail."
7. Money: When something is perfect.
Context: "That new skirt is money!! Where did you get it?!"
8. Busted: When someone or something isn't good looking.
Context: "Did you see the new girl in Physics? Her body is awesome, but her face is busted."
9. My bad: Another form of sorry or an apology.
Context: "I didn't mean to bump into you, my bad."
10. Ratchet: Ugly
Context: "Tonight's about to get ratchet."