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    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am always the plus-one for a couple of my friends. As the single member of my friend group, they typically call on me at the last minute to go with them to various activities. Harriette Cole  I do my best to be available, and usually it’s fun. My issue is that when I invite them to join me for something — even when it isn’t last-minute — they hardly ever say yes. Either they have a date, or they are tired because they have had a busy week or some other reason. I’m often tired, too, but I make the effort to have their backs and muster up energy whenever possible. I’m beginning to see how one-sided this is, and I don’t appreciate it. What can I do to get them to see how unfairly they are treating me? No More Excuses DEAR NO MORE EXCUSES: Stop saying yes all the time. Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: Should I fly to my daughter’s town to investigate her black eye? Advice | Harriette...
    Podcaster Jana Hocking is 37 and wanting to remain child-free A single radio producer has shared why she doesn't plan on having kids despite feeling pressure from friends and family at the age of 37. Podcaster Jana Hocking argued that she is 'constantly' reminded about her fertility clock by well-meaning loved ones but it pushes her to maintain her childless status rather than move towards motherhood. In her latest column for news.com.au the successful Sydney businesswoman spoke about her reasoning for not wanting children and her desire to live a life that makes her happy - not the people around her. While Jana doesn't want her own, she does 'adore' other children and watching her friends move into parenting roles to care for their little ones. 'I've seen friends who have worked their butt off in dream careers, suddenly have to hit pause. To give birth and then care for a newborn. It's always seemed so unfair, especially because there doesn't seem to be that huge gap in career growth for men,' she said. 'However, I see these strong, fierce women...
    Dear Amy: I met my boyfriend shortly after separating from my husband of 24 years. Amy Dickinson  The marriage was good for many years, producing two sons who I love dearly. Eventually I discovered that my husband was living a double life — he’s gay and had numerous homosexual affairs during our marriage. Naturally I was devastated and left the marriage. My current boyfriend and I have been together for eight years. The last two years haven’t been good. He is hot-tempered, controlling and very disrespectful. For the last eight months, he has gone over to our next-door neighbor’s house every single day, eight or nine times a day. The neighbor is 41, unemployed and spends all of his time smoking pot and playing video games. Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: My girlfriend says the next step involves me leaving my family Advice | Ask Amy: I hit him with my car, and I can’t stop thinking about it Advice | Ask Amy: What she broke costs half her paycheck. Should I bill...
    TRADER Joe's sells produce for a flat rate rather than by the pound because of one elderly customer. Before the CEO's interaction with the shopper, bananas were sold in prepackaged plastic bags. 1The grocery store famously sells individual bananas Dan Bane, CEO, said on the podcast "Inside Trader Joe's" in the grocery store's early days they decided not to have scales in the store. Rather, all produce would be weighed and packaged at the warehouse. The smallest bags had four to five bananas. The store figured this would be a good solution for customers since "no one buys just one banana," everyone buys them by the bunch. Read more on Trader Joe'sGETTING SHIRTY I'm a Trader Joes employee and we all wear Hawaiian shirts because of DisneyTRICKS OF THE TRADE I'm an ex-Trader Joe's worker - 10 things you should never do in stores While Bane was at a Trader Joe's location in Sun City, Arizona, he had an interaction with a customer that changed the way the store did business. An older woman was browsing the...
    Christian, a Canadian truck driver who emigrated from Romania, told Breitbart News on Friday that his son is prohibited from playing hockey with other children because he did not receive a coronavirus vaccine. “As a single parent, it’s so hard for me to put my kid through something which I don’t believe in,” he said. “I want him to have a childhood. I want him to be free, to go play hockey, to do the right thing as a child, not to say, ‘Oh, daddy, are you going to bring me to get my vaccine?’ because he wants to play.” He continued, “It hurts me. It hurts me so bad when he says, ‘Daddy, when can I get my vaccine? Because I want to play with other kids.'” Christian said people should be free to choose to take coronavirus vaccines, not coerced via mandates and punitive measures against those choosing not to receive them. “Let people choose,” he said. “I’m not against it. Everybody should have a choice.” People gather along with truck drivers to block the streets during an anti-vaccine mandate...
    A plastic surgery fanatic has shared how her love of expanding her bum has made her unlucky in love. Natasha Crown, 29, from Gothenburg, recently made an appearance on the YouTube show, Hooked on the Look, to undertake a blind date and hopefully wow the potential love-of-her-life with her extreme looks and personality. The influencer, who has more than two  million Instagram followers, revealed that she's been single for several years, and attributed her unlucky love streak to men finding her intimidating. Natasha said: 'My last relationship was seven years ago. I am pretty extreme, so I think people are afraid of me. Natasha Crown revealed that her penchant for growing her buttocks has put off men from dating her. Pictured appearing on This Morning in 2018 Natasha earns a living by selling her videos and photographs to big bum enthusiasts, and hopes to find romance soon She regularly shares snaps of her impressive behind on Instagram where she boasts almost 2 million followers and says that she has 'more haters than fans' 'It's scary for men. You have my personality and...
    AS JADA Brittain waits to meet a friend at the shopping centre, she sees an old lady making a beeline for her. "Not again," she sighs, knowing exactly what's coming. "Your daughter's gorgeous," the stranger tells her, "you're so brave doing this on your own. How do you cope?" 4Jada Brittain, 20, from Cornwall, says everyone assumes she's a single mum because of her ageCredit: Supplied 4Jada says people shouldn't judge as it can be hurtful to mums like herCredit: Supplied "Thanks," Jada, a customer care advisor, says as she walks away. But inside she's seething. The mum-of-one, 20, from Wadebridge, Cornwall, is constantly mistaken for a single mum by strangers - despite being in a happy relationship with her partner of two years - who's 19. Jada, who's mum to Isabelle, nearly 11 months, believes she's judged for being young - and says it's insulting. She tells Fabulous: "People assume I'm a single mum because of my age. There's so many stereotypes around being a young mum and this is just another one. "I've had quite a few...
    Texas Senator Ted Cruz gave a mea culpa to Fox News Channel host Tucker Carlson Thursday after Carlson criticized Cruz Wednesday for comments he made last week branding the Capitol riot 'a violent terrorist attack.'  Cruz, introduced by Carlson as 'smarter than me,' called his own comments 'dumb and sloppy' and said he texted Carlson shortly after and asked to go on the show.  Carlson didn't believe it, continuing his line of criticism from Wednesday night, where he said: 'He doesn't use a single word by accident. Every word Ted Cruz uses is used intentionally. He's a lawyer.'  'I don't buy that,' Carlson told Cruz Thursday. 'I've known you long time since before you went to senate. You were a supreme court contender. You take words as seriously as anyone in the senate. I do not believe you use that accidentally. I just don't.' 'Tucker, as a result of my sloppy phrasing it's caused a lot of people to misunderstand what I meant,' Cruz responded. 'What I was referring to are the limited number of people who engaged in violent attacks against police officers.'...
    She's known for playing Mary Goodnight in the 007 classic The Man With The Golden Gun alongside Roger Moore.  And Britt Ekland claimed on Wednesday's episode of Loose Women that the new James Bond could 'absolutely not' be a woman because the spy is single.  The 78-year-old Swedish actress said: 'Bond is a bachelor and will always be a bachelor. Do you know what the female word for bachelor is? Old maid.'
    Eric Trump complained on Sunday that the Trump Organization and the Trump family is facing an onslaught of investigations and that they are forced to respond to subpoenas "every single day." The former president's son made the remarks during an interview on Fox News with host Maria Bartiromo. "The problem with the Democrats is they dig so deep that they always find themselves," Trump said. "And the reason I'm frustrated about this is every single day since my father ran for president, my father and our entire family and our company has been under investigation. Every single day, Maria, we get subpoena after subpoena after subpoena." "But, I mean, they weaponized the entire system in this country," he added. "They've weaponized the DOJ. They've weaponized our military. They weaponized the educational system in this country. They've weaponized the medical system in this country. The Democrats weaponize absolutely everything they can to use again their political opponents." Watch the video below from Fox News. From Your Site Articles
    AN UNEMPLOYED single dad must choose between "eating or heating" as his child benefit payment is "not enough" to live on. Trained chef Paul Gallacher, 47, is struggling to find work to buy the basics for daughter Mollie-Mae, five, including "perishable fresh food". 1Paul Gallacher is struggling to clothe and feed his five-year-old daughter Mollie-MaeCredit: Mirrorpix Paul said: "At the end of the month she is not getting healthy food, it is stuff out the freezer or packet foods which isn’t healthy. “Fresh food just perishes far too easily, it is hard to store it and keep it good. "I do what I can, but sometimes I have to give her frozen chicken nuggets or sausage rolls, which I don’t think is healthy." The worried dad, who lives in Dailly, a village in South Ayrshire, told the Daily Record in Scotland that he "can’t cook for a full month" because of a lack of freezer space. He explained that when Mollie-Mae needs new clothes or shoes, he's forced to choose between food or heating to cope financially. Paul has revealed...
    Jason Kidd is apparently a big fan of collective punishment. Kidd, who now coaches the Dallas Mavericks, allegedly made the Milwaukee Bucks run sprints because a single player on the roster didn’t have an iPhone. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Mirin Fader wrote the following in the book “Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP,” according to Business Insider: At one point center Thon Maker didn’t have an iPhone, messing up the team’s blue-bubble iPhone group chat. Kidd was upset about it and made the team run because Kidd felt that Maker not getting an iPhone was an example of the team not being united. This is honestly one of the funniest things I’ve ever read in the history of the NBA. It’s absolutely hysterical on all levels. Imagine having to run because a single player on your team doesn’t have an iPhone. It’s hard to believe this story is real, but here we are. Look, I haven’t had any phone other than an iPhone since my sophomore year in college....
    Paulina Porizkova has revealed that she was 'booted off' the dating app Hinge following her breakup with Aaron Sorkin, admitting she has also been striking out on the invite-only platform Raya.  The supermodel, who announced her split earlier this week, took to Instagram on  Thursday to share a sunbathing selfie while griping about her issues with Hinge, saying the app is once again failing her now that she is single.  'OK. What’s up, @hinge ? I signed up a while back, and was booted off instantly because I had violated guide lines. I didn’t even get to post my photo. My name, it seems, is against guidelines?' Porizkova, 56, explained.  Newly single: Paulina Porizkova, 56, took to Instagram on Thursday to share a sunbathing selfie while griping about her issues with the dating app Hinge after her account was disabled Over: Porizkova announced on Tuesday that she and Aaron Sorkin had broken up. They made their red carpet debut at the Academy Awards in April, which was their second date 'I called, I emailed. No one bothered to...
    A WOMAN has revealed she believes she's still single because men are too threatened to date her. Writing for news.com.au, Jana Hocking, 36, said she's dated both "crazy" career types and footy-loving lads who live for the weekend and want to settle down soon. 2Jana Hocking, 36, believes she's still single because men feel threatened of her ambitionCredit: Instagram But either way, the writer and podcaster, from Sydney, Australia, believes guys can't cope with a driven woman. She says: "Often you will see their eyes glaze over as you start telling them about your job, including your ambitions and goals. “It would appear, from the outside, that many find it emasculating for a woman to kick ass in their career. Heaven forbid if she makes more money than them.” Although she admits not all men are like this, Jana says blokes who "cheer in our corner" are few and far between. 2She says men's eyes 'glaze over' and they seem 'emasculated' by her talking about her ambitionsCredit: Instagram She adds: "My question is … why?! Is it a cave man...
    A VILE man has been blasted for his awful dating profile bio where he makes disgusting comments about single mums. A photo of the Tinder profile has been shared online where people have called him out on his offensive and unacceptable remarks. 2A screenshot of the man's dating profile was shared online where he was blasted for his commentsCredit: Facebook Under a head shot of himself, the man, who is a "lead engineer" wrote "no single moms" insisting their "partners wouldn't leave if they were a catch". His full bio reads: "No single moms. If you were a catch, he wouldn't have left you and the kids behind." He also said he enjoys "music, sports and the great outdoors' and describes himself as a "classic enthusiast". His remarks, naturally, left many fuming as there is no truth to his comment at all. 2He wrote the statement in his Tinder bio and people were not impressedCredit: Getty - Contributor A representative from Women's Aid, an organisation which helps women who've suffered from domestic abuse, said: "Many women...
    Pfizer's Covid vaccine will protect against mutated Covid variants because it produces such a massive immune response, a study has claimed. Researchers at Imperial College London studied the impact of a single dose of the Pfizer jab against different types of virus and found it gives broad protection. Although responses were weak after a single jab in people who had never had Covid, those who had caught the virus in the past saw 'enormous' levels of immunity and could even be considered 'totally safe' from serious disease.  And they hope two doses of the vaccine will have the same effect. There had been fears that the South African, Brazilian, Indian or even the Kent variants could make vaccines less effective and prolong the pandemic even more. But scientists now say that the body's response to the Pfizer vaccine is so strong that it develops immunity that is likely good enough to fight off any strain of the virus.  Professor Rosemary Boyton, who led the research, said people who had recovered from Covid then got a jab had 'massive' immune responses. ...
    A TATTOO artist who turned to fine art watercolour painting during lockdown to pay the bills has seen her beautiful masterpieces snapped up by collectors across the globe. Becca Millerchip-Brown, the owner of tattoo studio Freakshow, in Newbury, West Berkshire, has covered 95 per cent of her body in ink - but not everyone’s a fan of her look, with the single mum admitting people “think they’re better than me” or treat like her like she’s stupid. 15Tattoo artist Becca Millerchip-Brown says she is judged for the way she looksCredit: Collects With tattoo parlours forced to close for much of the past year, Becca, who lives with her two teenage boys, in Wroughton, Wiltshire, built up a reputation as an animal and nature painter. She began painting every day, taking photographs of nature on her daily walks, which became her inspiration.  Becca was surprised at the interest in her fine art and now vows to continue painting even after reopening her studio, despite being spoken down to by people in the art world about her eye-catching array of body art....
    A BRIDE has been slammed for begging the internet to date her single pal, because he "needs someone to bring to our wedding". Posting on a Facebook group called 2022 Brides, the engaged American said she was "trying to play matchmaker" because it was "more fun than wedding planning". 2A bride has been slammed for begging someone to date her single pal so he doesn't come to her wedding aloneCredit: Getty She asked: "Does anyone have any single girl friends in the philly/ Jersey area?! "Our friend needs a date for our wedding. He is really my fiance's friend but he is super nice and hilarious! "He is 31, has a job and a side job and his own house! He also has an adorable lab who he cares for so much it's adorable! "Let me know if anyone is interested (crying with laughter emoji). He's been having such bad luck finding girls and we feel bad for him!" 2The post was labelled 'disgusting, embarrassing and humiliating' for the single blokeCredit: Reddit The post was shared on Reddit's Wedding Shaming...
    Many single women dread being asked about their love life at a family get-together or social event, even if they're perfectly happy without a partner.  This is because many of the phrases and questions they are asked subtly imply there is something wrong with being alone, an expert has explained. Speaking to FEMAIL Hayley Quinn, the UK-based dating expert at Match.com, told how even seemingly innocuous, well-intended phrases and questions can leave single women feeling frustrated, angry or a little put out.      Phrases including 'have you met someone yet' and 'there must be queues of people wanting to date you' can lead to a feeling of being 'single-shamed' because they indicate that listener should be trying their best to get into a relationship. Here, Hayley reveals the five commonly spoken phrases and questions that are best avoided when speaking a single friend or family member about their love life - and the steps you can take to avoid causing offence. Many single women dread being asked about their love life at a family get-together or social event, even if...
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