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Play the 2013 CMA Awards Drinking Game

Tonight (Nov. 6) is the biggest night in country music: the CMA Awards! I love country music, but honestly, awards shows can get a little dry on their own. So, what better way to make the ceremonies more enjoyable than a good old fashioned drinking game?

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Forgetting To Tell Your Spouse “The Plan”

My husband and I have several rules in our marriage and one of them is if I make plans for us I have to tell him about the plans 5 days in advance and 2 days before. This rule usually works for us unless I forget to tell him one of the two times. I was given some friendly advice about our rule.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Ten Scientifically-Proven Rules to Keep People from Defriending You on Facebook

I'm not sure most people lose sleep over being defriended on Facebook . . . it's like, "Oh no, my old coworker from 1998 doesn't want to look at my vacation photos anymore!  How will I survive?"

But if you do worry about it, researchers with LiveScience at Arizona State University used focus groups and studies to come up with these ten SCIENTIFICALLY-PROVEN rules to keep people from defriending you on Facebook.  Check 'em out . . .

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Flickr.com Kamoteus (A New Beginning)
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Locker Rooms [POLL]

The locker room at the gym seems really busy right now...probably because of New Years resolutions. A lot of people work out before the go to work or on their lunch hour, so being able to get ready in a locker room is a big advantage for them. I use the locker room to get ready every now and then and I think there should be some rules on modesty.

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Unwritten Rules for Dudes in Pulblic Restrooms. [POLL]

Last night my wife and I went out with some friends for dinner.  At one point during conversation, the ladies got up at the same time to use the restroom.  It seemed like very 'standard operating proceedure'.  I've seen it a million times and while I've questioned it once or twice, I've learned that it's just 'one of those things' that I'll never quite understand.

Later in the evening, I got up to excuse myself when my friend stood up from the table as well.  I immediately stopped.  "What are you doing"? I asked.  He replied very matter-of-fact:  "I'm going to the bathroom."

REALLY?!

The conversation continued as I tried to explain that while it's perfectly acceptable to be in a public restroom at the same time, it is NOT okay (with me) to go in together.  Wait until I come back.  Wait 30 seconds, then follow.  I don't care.  Just don't walk in with me.

After some discussion and debate this morning, it seems I'm not completely alone; although there are plenty of men, usually truckers, that suggest that I have some kind of hang-up and that it's perfectly fine to walk into the bathroom side by side with a good buddy.

Which brings me to my #2 rule.  (No pun).  NO TALKING!   I hate it when someone tries to strike up a conversation in a bathroom.   The only place I think it's maybe okay to strike up a conversation is at the sink.   Keep reading after the jump for this mornings audio and to take our poll.

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