There’s a Prada Paperclip For Sale That Costs $185
No one who works in an office should ever pay for paperclips . . . they’re like the easiest thing to steal, right? But no one AT ALL should buy THIS paperclip.
Barney’s New York just started selling a $185 PAPERCLIP from Prada. Now . . . it’s not just an ordinary paperclip. It’s two-and-a-half inches tall, it’s made out of polished sterling silver, and you’re supposed to use it as a money clip. But still.
If you’re curious, you could buy over 34,000 regular paperclips at Staples for $185.
Your Significant Other Is Most Likely to Contact Their Mistress at 8:00 A.M. on Monday Morning
I hate to put a damper on your day, but if your significant other is cheating on you, they’re probably making their plans to do it . . . well, right about now.
A new survey found that 8:00 A.M. on Monday morning is the most common time for people having affairs to make contact with their side action.
The least popular time is Saturday at 10:00 A.M.
The survey also found the most common way people hide their affair is by putting the person in their phone under a fake name of the other gender. The second-most common way is to use a totally different phone.
Beauty Tip: You Should Be Wiping Your Face With Those Paper Toilet Seat Covers
Next time you’re in a public bathroom and you grab one of their free paper toilet seat covers, don’t put it down on that filthy seat . . . rub it all over your face.
According to a bunch of users on the beauty website MakeupAlley, those free seat covers are actually GREAT for getting oil off your skin. As one user wrote, quote, “It’s kinda gross where they come from, but these are great for oil blotting and free.”
A pack of 100 sheets of blotting paper costs $8 at Sephora, so it’s not like you’ll get rich from the money you save wiping your face with toilet seat covers . . . but hey, every little bit counts, right?
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