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Family & Relationships The 20+ Most Extra Proposals Of 2017

21:30  19 december  2017
21:30  19 december  2017 Source:   cosmopolitan.com

Our Snacking Habits Are Adding Up to a Shocking Amount of Extra Calories

  Our Snacking Habits Are Adding Up to a Shocking Amount of Extra Calories We’re a workaholic culture, and many of us eat at our desks. According to The Sun, the average woman will eat 135 cookies, 90 slices of cake, 90 packets of sweets and 45 doughnuts a year while at work. Yikes.We’re a workaholic culture, and it’s easy to get so wrapped up in our work, it takes up every element of our day. That probably includes eating lunch at your desk while your brain is wrapped up in your computer.

8. This VR proposal that took things to the next level. 9. This bride who helped her BFF's fiancé propose at her own wedding. — Christin Koch (@christinkoch2) March 1, 2017 . 11. This gondola proposal of your most romantic dreams.

The 12 Most Insanely Extra Promposals of 2017 . These teens are doing the most . From riding in on a horse to jetting off to an island, kids these days are taking things to the next level with asks so over the top that they put actual marriage proposals to shame.

1. This woman who unknowingly wore her engagement ring for over a year inside a wooden necklace that her boyfriend made her on their one year anniversary.

2. This man who technically spent three years proposing to his girlfriend by spelling out "Will You Marry Me?" with the first letter of every love letter he wrote her.

a close up of a piece of paper© ANN MARIE YUEN PHOTOGRAPHY

3. This guy who surprised his girlfriend with a real (!) tattoo of his big question (and then had her tattoo her answer).

4. This (very unattainable) #goals acrobatic proposal.

5. This accidental Fiona photobomb that instantly became iconic.

We're so happy Fiona could be there on our special day ❤ here's to many more years of going to zoos with you

If smokers get work breaks, non-smokers want time off: study .
The ongoing battle between smokers and non-smokers apparently extends to the workplace. More than 40 percent of non-smokers believe they should get three to five extra vacation days per year, to compensate for all the time their smoking co-workers spend on cigarette breaks, a recent survey says.A nearly equal percentage of smokers, however, believes that non-smokers are not entitled to any additional vacation days.The average worker who smokes spends the equivalent of about six days per year on cigarette breaks, Joe Mercurio, project manager for the study, told USA Today.

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