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16 Things Husbands Shouldn't be Able to Do without your permission!
Most women would say their husbands would never have a vasectomy without their permission, but a surprising number of them would be wrong. I know a man who did just that years ago and his wife still doesn't know that he did so!  Do you think that is outrageous? 94% say yes!!! This isn't the only major no-no for a happily married man --Check out the 16 things a husband should never consider doing without consulting his wife first.
  • 1. Dip into the retirement fund for a surefire investment opportunity.
  • 2. Take his entire paycheck to the casino.
  • 3. Buy a house. Sure, this is a sweet gesture, but what if you hate it. Or worse, what if it's next door to his mother's.
  • 4. Sell the house.
  • 5. Invite his mother to live with you.
  • 6. Loan his no-good brother/sister more than $50.
  • 7. Plan a boys weekend away. This is especially egregious if you have kids.
  • 8. Invite your in-laws into the birthing suite when you are in labor.
  • 9. Hold a garage sale and sell some of your stuff.
  • 10. Paint the house a new color.
  • 11. Plan a party at your house that you will have to do all the cooking for.
  • 12. Buy a boat, sports car, or any other over-the-top luxury.
  • 13. Invite an ex-girlfriend over.
  • 14. Plan an expensive, wallet-busting vacation without asking you if it's even a place you want to go.
  • 15. Buy a dog. This should definitely be a joint decision, especially since you are going to be the one mostly taking care of it.
  • 16. Have a vasectomy (or any other major procedure that involves his private parts).

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Baker hears 'cat' instead of 'cap,' accidentally makes best cake ever
The good thing about a baker's mistake Laura Gambrel’s graduation cake (© Carol Gambrel via NBC)is that you can eat all of the evidence. But the BEST thing is when you can turn it into a story like this one. Adorably proud mom Carol Gambrel wanted to celebrate her daughter Laura's college graduation, so she ordered a "face cake" and asked if they'd draw "a little cap" on Laura's head. But the baker heard the wrong consonant, resulting in the most hilarious mixup this side of a sitcom: Laura was instead given a little cat instead. "When I went to pick it up at the store, I could not stop laughing," Carol said. "I told them not to scrape it off." Excellent call, mom! [Source]
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Tony's Hilarious Revenge on Me This Morning
Hey Guys,
      I recently jokingly sent some pics of myself to Tony's wife and it turned out it didn't sit to well with Tony.  Tony decided to get me back this morning on the air.  I have to say, he did a pretty darn good job!

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO WHAT HE DID

Thanks for Listening!

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Bullying: It's a Big Problem

 





13 million kids, that’s more than 1 in 4, will experience bullying this year. Everyone in our “pack” knows someone who’s been bullied.  While there hasn’t been an organized national campaign to help stop bullying, grassroots efforts are beginning to take hold.  And for good reason:  research is already showing that when parents talk to their kids about bullying, their children are more likely to take action to stop bullying.
 
The Wolf wants to help build a bully-free environment.
In order to help build a “bully free environment”, The Wolf has tracked down some important resources to help parents and kids deal with Bullying.

Parents can take the lead with their pack.  



Here are some simple tips to share with your kids to help them deal with bullying, especially when they see it:
·         Tell a trusted adult, like a family member, teacher or coach.
·         Help the person being bullied get away from the situation.
·         Be a friend to the person being bullied.
·         Set a good example. Do not bully others.

Get more on how parents can help kids deal with bullying by clicking here

Teachers and educators are a big part of the solution



Since school is one of the primary places bullying happens, so providing a safe & supportive learning environment is key to helping change bullying behavior.  Gets more on how administrators, teachers and other educators can deal with bullying in their schools by clicking here.

Believe it or not, bullying is against the law in Washington state.



Read the details of Washington state law and policy.  And yes, cyber-bullying is against the law in our state.  Click here for the details.

Find more resources and places to get help. 



Here are more great resources to help your efforts against bullying.
Stopbullying.gov is a great resource with detailed information and lots of resources for not just kids, but parents, educators, school districts and more.  The site is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Education, The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the U.S. Justice Department.
StopBullyingSpeakUp is an interactive Facebook page with on going dialog and great information for kids and adults alike.
TheBullyProject is a social campaign inspired by the movie “The Bully” and bands young people together with educators and social welfare organizations to help
A complete guide to links on bullying and the discussion how to deal with it, stop it, and prevent it from the Ad Council.

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So what are the signs a man is high maintenance?
Throwing a fit when things don't go his way.

Demanding an immediate reply to his text message or email.

Needing to be told ‘I love you’ several times a day.

Monopolizing the bathroom.

Primping for long periods of time.

Refusing to wear clothes that aren't designer brands.

Wanting his partner to pick up his phone calls within a certain number of rings.

Worrying about how he looks.

Refusing to do activities such as camping.

Styling his hair before leaving the house.

Needing a certain amount of kisses (that includes on the end of a text message or email).

Constantly looking at himself in the mirror.

Avoiding activities that make him dirty.

Staying in 4 or 5 star hotels.

Not liking to sweat.

Buying only bottled water.

Changing his outfit several times a day.

Asking for a present least once a week.

Pouting.

Drinking only fine wine.
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