A recent British travel site (sunshine.co.uk) completed a survey asking people over the age of 50 about some of the things they regret most in their life. Here are the survey results:
#1.) 91% wish they'd traveled more.
#2.) 72% regret their career choice. (--People could choose more than one thing.)
#3.) 64% would like to take back some bad relationship choices.
#4.) 55% wish they'd taken better care of their bodies.
#5.) 53% are sorry they lost touch with friends.
#6.) 46% wish they'd been more careful with their money.
#7.) 27% regret having children too early.
#8.) 25% think they worried about things too much.
#9.) 19% wish they'd been more of a "yes" person.
#10.) 8% regret having children too late.
I can definitely see #1 and #2 being on the list, but I think #9 is weird thing to be on the list at all and I would of thought #8 to be much higher on the list!
Keke Palmer, Drew Sidora and Lil Mama are set to play TLC in the upcoming biopic about the girl group. Palmer will play Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas, Sidora will play Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Lil Mama will portray the late-Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story will explore the GRAMMY-winning group’s rise from their 1991 debut album Oooooooh… On the TLC Tip through their groundbreaking album CrazySexyCool, which sold over 22-million copies worldwide. Production is set to begin next month in Atlanta.
Chris Brown was the victim, for a change, in an aggressive face-off with a heckler who got dangerously close to Chris' car, then yelled to CB ... "Is that [exploit] bulletproof?!"
The scary incident went down outside L.A. nightclub "Playhouse" -- Chris was making a quick exit in his Lamborghini when the man ran up to the car and started yelling, "I ain't never seen a [exploit] jump in a car that fast, [exploit]."
The man -- who's African-American -- continued a non-stop verbal assault on Chris ... saying, "Yo, scary-[exploit] Chris is that [exploit] bulletproof?" That's when the tension really amps up because Chris appears to yell back at the heckler ... asking if he's bulletproof.
The man replied, "I'm a crip [exploit], hell yeah, I'm bulletproof!"
Before Chris drives away, he rolls down the window of his car ... and you can hear someone (sounds like Chris) warn the heckler, "Don't get [exploit] up out here, my [exploit]."
Watch the clip ... it's hard to tell if the heckler is really drunk, really angry ... or both.
We gotta give props to Chris -- who's still facing a possible probation violation -- because he drove off without getting into it with the douchey heckler.
Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2013/02/14/chris-brown-heckler-video-playhouse/#ixzz2KzFAmBAo
Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis top the Digital Songs chart with their breakthrough single, “Thrift Shop,” which sold an additional 389-thousand copies. The song has moved a whopping 3.1-million copies since its release six months ago. Will.i.am and Britney Spears’ “Scream & Shout” shifted another 163-thousand copies to take the second spot. The song has sold over 1.9-million copies since coming out three months ago. Fall Out Boy’s comeback single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)” debuts at number three selling 162-thosuand copies, Bruno Mars got a GRAMMY bump climbing three spots to number four with his new single, “When I Was Your Man,” and Taylor Swift is down two spots to number five with “I Knew You Were Trouble.”
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