THE TOP 10 ITEMS THAT MAKE PEOPLE SEEM WEALTHY
If you want to convince your friends you're rich, buy an iPhone, season your food with soy sauce, and get a Samsung TV for the house. That's according to new research that shows that owning an Apple iPhone is now the most common sign of wealth. T
Here are the brands linked to high income:
Kikkoman soy sauce
A CRAZY AMOUNT OF COUPLES WANT TO KICK THEIR PARTNERS OUT OF BED WHEN THEY SLEEP
Nearly half of us in a relationship or married (46 percent) admit to wanting a sleep break-up from their partner, according to new research. A new study of those who live with their partner found that things aren’t always sunshine and rainbows in the bedroom when it comes to sleeping harmoniously. When asked on whether they prefer to sleep in a separate bed, nearly half of those polled admitted they would rather sleep alone at least some of the time. In fact, one in five people (19 percent) who are coupled up name their partner as the biggest thing interrupting their sleep every night. The study found that sharing your bed can sometimes lead to a long night of restlessness, with half of couples saying their partner snores too loud, and 37 percent saying they simply just get too hot lying next to their partner. The problems don’t stop there, either, as 32 percent of survey respondents say they spend all night fighting over the covers with their partner, with one in five men (22 percent) complaining they deal with hair in their face all night.