Have you bought your dad a gift for Father’s Day this Sunday? A new survey asked more than 1,000 dads what gifts they want for Father’s Day and what they DON’T want.
The top seven things they want are: A trip, tickets to a sporting event, power tools, an iPad, a watch, beer, and barbecue gear.
The top four things they really DON’T want are: A gym membership, underwear, socks, and ties.
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Calvin Harris has broken his silence on Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston‘s romance just days after photos emerged of them kissing and holding hands on a beach in Rhode Island. The 32-year-old DJ was en route to the gym in Los Angeles on Thursday when paparazzi hounded him with questions. “Did Taylor betray you?” one asked point-blank. Harris simply smiled and responded, “It’s all good, it’s all good. She’s doing her thing.” When another cameraman asked if he was going to be okay, Harris looked amused and said, “Yeah.”
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Red Hot Chili Peppers front man Anthony Kiedis saved a baby’s life while filming Carpool Karaoke with James Corden! The singer and father was doing a dance-off for the segment when a woman suddenly ran out of a nearby house, holding her child and screaming that the child couldn’t breathe. “We all ran across the street, the woman thrust the baby into my arms, the baby was not breathing,” Kiedis said. “I thought ‘I’m gonna try and do a little baby CPR real quick, see if I can get some air in this kid.” Kiedis rubbed the baby girl’s stomach and watched as bubbles came out of her mouth. “The eyes rolled back into place, the ambulance showed up and I handed the baby over, who was now breathing and fine, and we went back to Carpool Karaoke,” he added.
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An extra polite Google search is going viral. May Ashworth’s grandson posted a picture on Twitter recently of her search asking to translate Roman numerals. In the search box, the British grandma typed “Please translate these Roman numerals MCMXCVIII thank you.” The picture has been re-tweeted thousands of times. After the tweet went viral, Google tweeted back yesterday, “Dear Grandma, No thanks necessary. Sincerely, Google. In a world of billions of searches, yours made us smile. Oh, and it’s 1998.”
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