THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
I have two friends getting married on the same day next year. I was asked to be in the wedding party for both of them. I was asked first by a friend from college who is a good friend, but the next week my best friend since kindergarten asked me to be her maid of honor on the very same day. I have not told either of them about the issue yet because I want to make sure I do the right thing. It's not until next August, so there is plenty of time before their weddings. I'm very happy for both of my friends. I know the weddings will be at slightly different times, but I don't think I could pull off being at both weddings. The thought of that makes me a little sick. What do I do? I'm leaning towards making sure I'm there for my best friend. Do you think my other friend will understand? Any advice?
Signed – Wedding Partier
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kissing tendencies in non-Western societies. Bangladeshis were chosen
because they are barred from viewing kissing on TV or film, and thus
aren’t influenced by societal factors. Two-thirds of Bangladeshi
couples — whether they initiated or received the kiss — were
found to turn their heads to the right while kissing. The researchers
believe that one’s head tilt while kissing is in part determined by
their predominant hand, explaining why a tilt to the right is most
common. The tendency may go all the way back to one’s prenatal
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Lawn Love ranked 2022’s Best Cities for Chocolate Lovers.
We looked among the 190 biggest U.S. cities for abundant chocolate factories and high-quality shops selling chocolate, including chocolatiers, dessert shops, and patisseries. We also considered chocolate-themed entertainment like museums, tours, theme parks, and events.
Check out the 10 sweetest (and 10 bitterest) cities for chocolate lovers below, followed by key insights from our report. (See where your city ranks.)
Best Cities for Chocolate Lovers
1 New York, NY
2 San Francisco, CA
3 Las Vegas, NV
4 Hershey, PA
5 Los Angeles, CA
6 Seattle, WA
7 Chicago, IL
8 Orlando, FL
9 San Diego, CA
10 Dallas, TX
Worst Cities for Chocolate Lovers
1 Sioux Falls, SD
2 Columbus, GA
3 Mesquite, TX
4 Garland, TX
5 Fayetteville, NC
6 Clarksville, TN
7 Surprise, AZ
8 Hayward, CA
9 Hampton, VA
10 Newport News, VA
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