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(The New York Times)   New study finds that doing housework can help you live longer, especially for men who have recently told their wife she looks like she's put on a few pounds   (well.blogs.nytimes.com) divider line 2
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2012-11-16 09:46:53 AM  
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Subby, You're wrong.
It just *SEEMS* like you live longer because you long for the sweet, sweet embrace of death.
2012-11-16 11:14:52 AM  
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It's a balance. Pets lead to a lot of pet hair & dirt but on the other hand that is building my kid's immune systems to be strong. My house flat surfaces are cluttered with papers, books & craft projects but to me it crosses the line when the floors have stuff all over on them so my floors are clear.

My house might not be a spotless show room but I work full time, participate in my kid's activities, cook real meals, help my kids with homework, do crafts with them and listen&talk to them. So ya...sorry if my house isn't perfect like the neat-freak, cold, frigid women's houses are....I have a real life.
 
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