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10 Differences Between Dog Lovers And Cat Lovers

 

cats vs dogs

 

 

 

” A tale as old as time: cat lovers pitted against dog lovers in a battle over who’s really got life figured out. Assumptions have been made and stereotypes created in attempts to settle the score in the past, but science has come to the rescue to set the record straight. The definitive answer? Well, it’s still a bit biased depending on your stance. Why? Because just like they do in pet preference, cat and dog lovers seek and prefer different qualities in life and relationships than dog people. In a study of 600 college students, researchers found that each group shared similar (maybe controversial) characteristics according to their furry friend of choice. Allow me to explain with a list of the 10 most significant differences between dog lovers and cat lovers that were pulled from this study!

1. Dog lovers listen

  Not too surprisingly, dog people tended to be more obedient in nature. According to an article in the Huffington Post, dog lovers “followed the rules more closely”, while cat lovers “tended to be non-conformists, preferring to be expedient rather than follow the rules”. Those of you who’ve ever tried to call your cat to you when you have company over probably understand this one. “

 

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” Want to know how emotionally intelligent are you? Try the quiz below and find out your emotional IQ!”  

 

 

 

 

 

1. What kind of people are you usually drawn to? “

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 … Without Getting Screwed

 

 

 

 

 

 

” One of the best ways to save a little money is to buy stuff used—whether we’re talking computers, smartphones, or even cars. Buying used comes with a bit of extra responsibility, though. Here are some guides on how to avoid getting screwed, no matter what you’re buying.

  We’ve shared a ton of tips for selling your old junk online, but what about when you’re buying? That’s a little trickier, since you not only want a good deal, but you also want a product that’s working, reliable, and in good condition. Here are some of the guides and tips we’ve featured over the years on buying used stuff.”

 

 

Here’s the dope on used car buying

 

 

” There’s a lot of debate over whether buying a used car is better than buying new, but we won’t get into that here—this pros and cons list at Car and Driver should help you out. However, if you are set on buying a used car, we’ll leave it to our friends at Jalopnik to help you avoid getting screwed. Their advice? Inspect the owner, not just the car, and have your own mechanic look at it. Most importantly, do some serious research on the model you’re looking at. Forums are a great resource. That way, you know its pain points, what a fair price is, and repair costs (which is so often ignored). Check out their guide for more.

  Those aren’t the only items you can buy used, of course, but they are some of the most common—and some of the ones that really require your due diligence. No matter what you’re buying, don’t be afraid to walk away if you don’t trust the seller—and if you can, buy locally so you can do your inspection in person. Good luck!”

 

 

Other categories covered include Computers , cameras , tablets and more . Check it out .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 Facts About Happiness That Will Surely Impress You

 

 

 

” Are you obsessively taking your happiness pulse? Do you even know what makes you happy anymore? I’m not talking about a happy day, happy hour, or happily-ever-after Hollywood ending. I’m talking about real, honest and true, long-lasting happiness.

  Of course, you’ll be happy when that email you received from Google tells you to pack your bags for Silicon Valley—because you got the job you wanted—or when that gorgeous guy or girl sitting across from you at the bar asks for your number.

  Surely those are smile-producing events, but after you move to Cali or go out on a few dates with Mr. or Miss Perfect, the smiles fade and you’re left alone with an “okay, now what?” empty feeling.

  Maybe you’re stuck in the “grass is greener on the other side” syndrome. Do you find yourself thinking, “If only I could move to another city, if only the kids would stop whining so much, and if only I could take that European vacation I’ve been dreaming about, then I will be truly happy”?

  Happy people are happy with what they have.

  Weddings, awards, love affairs, purses, shoes, or cars make you happy, but that joy is short lived. If you’re looking for real happiness, you might be looking in the wrong place.

  These impressive facts about happiness might surprise you.”

 

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