I'm a fan of a good prank. If done in the spirit of good fun, where nobody gets hurt and nothing gets destroyed, there's nothing better than a great prank. This group of New Zealanders have definitely pulled off The Best Prank Ever. Take a look at the video:
I recently watched a movie with some friends where the characters discuss the "Three Day Rule". Where a guy is not supposed to call a girl for 3 days after meeting so not to seem too interested. It sparked a conversation with some friends about other relationship "rules".
We all have people in our lives who have certain attributes that they may not realize stand out. Especially if we have more than one friend of that particular name, we might give that person with the habit that stands out a nickname.
I love my job, I genuinely do, but I honestly see it as "a job". I enjoy coming to work every day, but to me it's just a normal job. That being said, I think a friend of mine has one of the coolest jobs out there -
We've talked about weddings before - they can be a joyous occasion and they can be a complete hassle. But either way, it's always nice to be thought of and included in a couple's special day. But how would you feel about getting an "anti-invitation" for a wedding, telling you to stay home?
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