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13 Things You Should Never Ever Have to Do for Love

first_img Share Sharing is caring! Tweet LifestyleRelationships 13 Things You Should Never Ever Have to Do for Love by: – September 16, 2014 Sharecenter_img Meat Loaf may have been on to something when he sang: “I would do anything for love, but I won’t do that.” Now, we understand that a mature relationship requires a healthy dose of sacrifice and compromise, but too much of that and you could lose sight of who you really are. After all, your partner fell for you—not a version of you who made a billion little tweaks and now only slightly resembles you. No matter how much you love someone, there’s nothing wrong with putting your foot down every once in a while—even if we’re just talking about picking something to watch on Netflix. So check out these 13 things no one should ever have to do for love:Get a Questionable TattooSince when does proving your love require needles and permanent ink? We get that your love is supposed to be just as long lasting as the tattoo, but come on, let’s just have some good faith and keep the branding to a minimum.Foot the Bill ALL. The. Time.We are all for powerful women who can support themselves, but that doesn’t mean you have to support your date every single time you go out. Plus, let’s be honest, it’s nice to be wined and dined every once in a while.Do Weird Sex Stuff…Unless you want to. Hey, experimenting is awesome and clutch in any good sex life, but if you’re so not into something, speak up.Pretend You Don’t Have Certain Bodily FunctionsWe get that it seems gross at first, but eventually every couple has to get used to the not-so-sexy side of your body. He can’t expect you to hold that in all night every night for the rest of your life! That’s how you get a stomachache…Watch Dumb and Dumber over and over and over again.It was funny the first 20 times, but now it’s just old. Just because we don’t love your favorite movie doesn’t mean we don’t love you.Ditch Your FriendsAs the Spice Girls once said, “If you wannabe my lover, you gotta get with my friends.” In the first few months you may want to spend every waking moment together, but after that, it’s important to make sure you’re both still logging time with your friends. And if he’s not a fan of your crazy partying pal from college, well, maybe he can take a rain check the next time you’re seeing her. Hey, it’s not like you like every one of his old frat brothers.Miss Your Favorite ShowWe will not part with our Housewives or our Bachelorette, so he’ll just have to jump on the bandwagon or leave the room. Besides, any male that pretends he isn’t the slightest bit entertained by this stuff is fooling himself.Adopt Their Crazy HobbyThey like to fish? Great! Paintball? Uh, sure, let’s try it! Cliff diving? OK, no, stop. If they have a hobby that you have less than zero interest in, there is no harm in saying “See ya when you get back!”Spend Every Single Holiday with Their FamilyThere is only so much you can take of his drunk Aunt Ruth. Plus, it’s only fair to take turns seeing each of your folks every year.Change Your DietThat’s fantastic that you’re vegan, but…I love cheese. Seriously, if you change your diet, it should be because you want to. No one should come between a woman and her food.Give Up Your Dog Because They’re AllergicNope, sorry, Skip was here first and we’ve been through some very real stuff together. Plus, there are medications for that! Look, we’ve even spelled it out for him with these simple tips for dealing with pet allergies.Trash Your WardrobeNo partner should pressure you to dress in a way that just isn’t you—especially if you love your clothes. A few tweaks here and there are one thing, but a complete wardrobe overhaul is out of the question. (Unless the cast of What Not to Wear shows up at your place of work. Then he’s probably on to something.)Betray Your Home TeamIf you and your man happen to be fans of opposing teams, don’t let him convince you to switch sides. Besides, a little rivalry can be hot…Womens Health Magazine 314 Views   no discussions Sharelast_img read more

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Oliseh rates Bundesliga best league in the world

first_img The former Super Eagles captain and coach has recalled his journey to stardom, which included several challenges like having to adapt to a new environment and learn new languages. “Well, I played football like any other kid in Nigeria. And while playing on the streets of Lagos, I was fortunate to be signed by a Nigerian club [Julius Berger], where I played for a short period before I left for Europe,” he continued. “I joined RC Liege when I was 16 and everything was very different for me. It was my first time outside Nigeria. The weather, culture, language were all different. “I had to learn the language and what helped me settle in quickly was my ability to learn new languages in countries that I played in and that has helped me vastly now. “Belgian football is very open, but when I got to Italy, I realised that everything was based on results, either offensively or defensively. “The players were always eager to keep clean sheets and not to play to the gallery. The Italian league was more compact, solid and more tactical at the time. “This has nothing to do with what it has evolved to now, but in the 90s, it was just totally result-oriented.” read also:Late Super striker Rashidi Yekini in Oliseh’s mind 8 years on Since his retirement in January 2006, Oliseh has coached Belgian third division side Verviétois, the Super Eagles and Fortuna Sittard. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Why Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?How Good The CGI Effects In Those Movies Were!9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way10 Places On Our Planet Where The Most People Live6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesTop 10 Iconic Personalities On TV Now10 Risky Jobs Some Women Docenter_img Former Borussia Dortmund midfielder, Sunday Oliseh, has picked the Bundesliga as the best league in the world, rating it above the Premier League, Serie A, La Liga and Ligue 1. Former Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh The 45-year-old enjoyed success playing in the German top-flight after arriving at the European country in 1995, joining Koln and he spent two seasons with the side, featuring in 54 league games. The defensive midfielder moved to Ajax and then to Juventus before he signed for Dortmund in 2000, where he won the league title and helped his club finish as runners-up in the 2002 Uefa Cup. Having played in Nigeria, Belgium, Italy and Netherlands, Oliseh feels the German top-flight cannot be rivalled by any league in the world. “The Bundesliga is the best league in the world; it’s a complete league. It’s a league where you see the offensive and the defensive, mid-play and free-flowing transition football,” Oliseh told the Punch. “It’s the best-organised league in my opinion. What makes the Bundesliga so special is that it’s the only league in the world with a full capacity crowd in the stadium every weekend. “At Dortmund, you get 83,000 fans and Koln now command 50,000 spectators every fortnight. As a player, there is no need to worry about financial issues. The Bundesliga was a learning curve for me and it helped me polish my coaching career.” Oliseh started his career from his country in 1989 with Julius Berger of Lagos and spent a season with the side before moving to Europe to join RFC Liege. After four years with Liege, he teamed up with Reggiana in 1994 and featured in 29 league games during his spell with the Italian side.last_img read more

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Study ranks ‘Best’ and ‘Worst’ places to wear a badge

first_imgBatesville, In. — A new report from WalletHub has ranked the “best” and “worst” states in the country to be a police officer.Using 27 indicators the study determined Indiana and Ohio are 25 and 26 respectively in terms of hazards and protections. Kentucky entered the list at number 41.A link to the complete survey is here.last_img

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