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Oct 06, 2022 • October 6, 2022 • 2 minute read • 8 Comments
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A student in Tennessee has revealed how restaurant servers trick customers into giving bigger tips.
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Bella Woodard, 21, who bears a striking resemblance to Kaley Cuoco, is a nursing student at East Tennessee State University with a part-time job at a local establishment.
She recalls how she saw a viral TikTok video in which a server described how she doubled her tips by wearing pigtails.
Woodard was skeptical but figured she would deliver it a try — and the results were beyond what she had hoped for.
She received a $135 tip from one (male) customer.
“It’s weird and gross, but I’m down for more tips, so it doesn’t matter,” Woodard said on her own TikTok page.
“Wear pigtails to work,” she recommended to all servers. “I’m bound to be doing this every day.”
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Pigtails aren’t the only way to get customers to open their wallets even wider.
Wearing your hair down also works, as does speaking with a Southern accent, having blonde hair (dye it if you’re not born with light locks), applying shiny gloss to your lips, having manicured nails and, of course, wearing a short skirt or booty shorts, the New York Post reported.
Professor William Michael Lynn from Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration has researched tipping for years and discovered 20 ways servers can bring in more dough.
They include wearing something unusual, complimenting a customer’s food choices, writing “thank you” or drawing a picture on the bill, squatting next to the table or standing close to a customer, and smiling, naturally.
Woodard’s pigtails ruse didn’t surprise the professor.
“I believe that if it makes the waitress look younger; it increases her sexual appeal,” Lynn told the Post. “That’s probably why it increases tips.”
Along with women who wear makeup, he said, “a number of studies find that attractive women get better tips than less attractive women.”
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Thu, 06 Oct 2022 10:27:00 -0500en-CAtext/htmlhttps://torontosun.com/life/tricks-servers-use-to-get-bigger-tips-from-customersKillexams : Three mind-blowing Snapchat tricks that we’ve missed for years revealed
SNAPCHAT is full of hidden features and new ones are constantly arriving.
The popular messaging app is known for its quirky little tricks, so you may have missed these gems.
Change your Snapchat username
It's only since February 2022 that Snapchat has allowed users to choose a different username.
Platform owner Snap made the big change to help those who have "grown and changed".
There are some rules around it though.
Snapchatters can only switch to a new handle once per year.
And anyone thinking of going for usernames previously used by someone with a big following, think again, as you'll only be able to create completely new ones.
Old usernames you've already used yourself way back are also off limits.
To do it, you must tap the Bitmoji icon in the top right corner of the Camera.
Tap on the gear icon to access settings.
Choose Username, followed by Change Username.
A popup will then appear reminding people they can only change their username once per year.
Type in the new username you want and hit Next.
Finally, log back into Snapchat for it to take effect.
But don't forget, you can unlock even more based on where you are.
It could be particularly interesting if you're on holiday somewhere new.
So next time you're out and about, open it up and see if there are any special ones about.
Save a life
Believe it or not, Snapchat could actually help you save a life.
The app now shows you the steps of CPR all through the power of AR.
A dedicated Snapchat Lens creates a life size digital injured/ill person and places them in the room around the user.
It then takes Snapchatters through important steps of CPR, like checking responsiveness and delivering rescue breaths.
It's all part of an initiative with the Red Cross to educate people on the basic steps and importance of CPR - though it shouldn't be treated as a replacement for in-person CPR training.
It's available on the Snapchat carousel now to mark World Restart a Heart Day.
Latest tips and tricks for social media apps
Social media apps like Facebook, TikTok and WhatsApp have become vastly popular - but are always hiding new features or leading viral trends. So here are some of the best things to know...
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CHILLIER weather is coming, but if you're thinking about how much your heating will cost, there are radiator tricks to cut energy bills.
Wed, 12 Oct 2022 19:27:00 -0500Lucy Aldersonen-gbtext/htmlhttps://www.thesun.co.uk/money/20012933/engineer-five-radiator-tricks-cut-energy-bills/Killexams : Why am I so tired in the morning? 6 tricks to get out of bed as autumn rolls in
Darker mornings in autumn can make it tougher to get out of bed and face the day. But there are lifestyle changes and routines that people can get into to help make mornings easier
Getting out of bed can be tougher in the autumn and winter months(
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Early risers will have already started to notice the delayed start to the dawn and the darker mornings.
Autumn has not long got going and yet sunrise is already well after 7am, meaning much of the country will be waking up and even commuting before the sun is even up.
And, on top of that is the bi-annual clock change, with British Summer Time (BST) set to end before October is out.
But how best to prepare yourself for the October 30 clock change and to beat the seasonal difficulties in getting out of bed?
Here are tips from sleep experts and the NHS on how to avoid getting into a rut with sleep and routines this autumn.
Get prepared for the clocks going back
The clocks go back an hour in late October(
Dr Lindsay Browning, a psychologist, said our natural body clocks can be left confused by the decision to do everything later once the nation’s clocks go back an hour.
She recommends changing your routine before the BST switchover in order to ready ourselves for the alteration and ensure that our sleep patterns do not get knocked off course.
The neuroscientist and sleep expert for And So To Bed said: "To help your body adjust quickly to the new time, it can be a good idea to gradually alter your bedtime two to three days before the clocks change so that you get used to falling asleep and waking up later.
“You can even move your breakfast, lunch and dinner a little later each day too, since the timing of mealtimes also has an impact on our internal clock.”
Light is your friend
A walk in the sunshine is good for regulating the body clock and getting exercise(
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Exposure to daylight is key to keeping the body’s rhythm going unabated.
With working from home having become much more popular since the Covid pandemic, some people might find they are not getting the same exposure to sunlight given they are doing no morning commute or not doing the office lunch run.
Dr Browning says finding time for even just a quick walk can have benefits.
“Make sure that you leave the house for a mid-morning/lunchtime walk to help you get some important sunlight exposure and a little light exercise,” she said.
Opening up curtains and blinds as soon as light is emerging can also help with routine and mood.
Waking up to light
Wake-up lights have been known to help some people adjust to the darker mornings
It may be dark outside, but some have found the idea of having a light lamp useful for counteracting what is known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
This form of light therapy usually involves buying a sunrise clock which gradually lights up the bedroom as you wake up, simulating a sunrise even when it is dark outside.
The NHS says: “Some people with SAD find that light therapy can help Improve their mood considerably.
“This involves sitting by a special lamp called a light box, usually for around 30 minutes to an hour each morning.”
Using a sunrise lamp might not cure SAD — it is likely to be needed again next autumn/winter — but they can produce good short-term results.
“When light therapy has been found to help, most people noticed an improvement in their symptoms within a week or so,” according to the NHS.
Eat apples for breakfast
Some British apples come into season during autumn(
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Groggy when you get up? Most people reach for a pot of coffee when trying to get going during the darker starts.
But one expert says slow-burning sugars are a better way to keep stimulated during the day and fuelling those dark morning get-ups.
With many British apples in season during autumn, it could be a good time to kickstart a healthy breakfast habit.
Stephanie Taylor, managing director of StressNoMore, said: “An apple a day doesn’t just keep the doctor away.
“They also contain around 13g of natural sugar and according to studies, this has a similar effect on the body as coffee.
“Natural glucose from the apple is slowly digested, which makes you feel more awake. Not only this but unlike caffeine, there are no jolts or energy slumps once it has been eaten.
“Porridge and leafy greens will help you feel more alert in those early morning hours, once you’ve got out of bed.”
There are regular pre-bedtime habits to get into that can help with a good night's sleep both in the colder months, but also all year round.
Going to bed and getting up at the same time every day, increasing exercise levels and having a night-time detox from mobile phone and computer screens are all ways of getting yourself prepped for a better night’s sleep.
Dr Browning recommends cutting down on alcohol and also stopping caffeine intake five to seven hours before bed — and that includes refraining from chocolate, as well as tea and coffee.
Keep a diary
Keeping a diary can help declutter the brain before bed(
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Getting the day down onto paper and “brain dumping” before sleep can be a good way of destressing the mind, according to Dr Browning.
But it should be done the old-fashioned way, with a pen and paper, rather than being subject to a phone’s blue light or even being tempted to check social media late on.
She said: “Taking time during the day to write a journal or do a gratitude journal is a great way of helping to brain dump so that your brain isn’t overloaded when you are trying to switch off to go to sleep.
“Instead of your brain doing that thinking and processing during the night or in your dreaming sleep — which can also be disruptive to a good night’s sleep — write down any troubling thoughts, questions and ideas throughout the day in a journal, this will allow you to get those thoughts out of your head and out of the way of a restful night.”
Mon, 10 Oct 2022 16:39:00 -0500entext/htmlhttps://www.mirror.co.uk/news/health/am-tired-morning-6-tricks-28198672Killexams : 'Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak': Advanced Bow Tips And Tricks
Arc Shot now grants buffs to allies over a small area
Always use Close-Ranged Coating when no other options are available
Skills like Evade Extender can make using bows much easier
Bows are relatively easy to learn but definitely hard to master. Hunters not only need decent aim, but they also need to keep a few things in mind if they want to get the most out of this weapon type.
Learning how to be an archer in "Monster Hunter Rise" requires a bit of dedication – more so than some other playstyles. To further help players get acclimated to the bow's ranged hunting style, here are some advanced tips on how to be a better bowman.
Recommended Armor Skills
Apart from the mandatory Stamina Surge and Constitution skills, players should fill the gaps in their armor slots with decorations that boost either their damage output or personal comfort. Here are a few skills to consider:
Aim For Monster Weak Spots
Damage dealt with arrows is calculated differently compared to that dealt by melee weapons. This means that bows are typically more effective when shooting certain monster parts like heads, legs and wings.
Players can see how effective projectiles are against certain monster parts by visiting the Large Monsters tab in the Hunter's Notes segment of the game's menu. This also includes info regarding monster drops and elemental weaknesses.
Arc Shot Changes Explained
Arc Shot causes the hunter to fire a projectile that rains down smaller projectiles over a targeted area, sort of like a bowgun's Cluster Bomb.
In "Rise," Arc Shot no longer deals damage. Instead, it rains down a mist that buffs allies within the area of effect. This can result in either passive healing, increased affinity or knockdown immunity. Consider using this move when playing in a group to make hunts finish faster.
Coatings and Loadouts
Not all bows have access to the same types of arrow coatings. Players should pick a bow they like and base their inventory loadouts based on the coatings they need to use.
Generally, Close-Range and Power Coating are effective against every monster in the game. Meanwhile, the others are designed to inflict elemental status effects like Paralyze or Exhaust.
It's best to keep at least a stack of Nitroshrooms and Phials handy in order to top off coating reserves. Otherwise, just keep Close-Range Coating equipped for a free damage boost.
Tue, 04 Oct 2022 22:28:00 -0500Marc Santosen-UStext/htmlhttps://www.ibtimes.com/monster-hunter-rise-sunbreak-advanced-bow-tips-tricks-3620459Killexams : Las Vegas Sun - HomepageNo result found, try new keyword!Nevada state treasurer candidate Michele Fiore is being accused of taking campaign contributions that exceed the $10,000 limit under state law and engaging in ... Posted 11:03 p.m. It was the ...Sat, 15 Oct 2022 12:00:00 -0500en-UStext/htmlhttps://lasvegassun.com/Killexams : Sun explodes with a 2,00,000 km long filament, blast debris may impact earth
The sun recently exploded with a cannibal eruption, and the observatoriers have spotted a 2,00,000 kilometers long filament eruption from the star.
This filament of magnetism erupted from the southern hemisphere of the sun. The debris from the explosion was believed to be heading toward Earth, and the SOHO observatory indicated a Coronal Mass Ejection (CME).
The gargantuan sunspot (a dark area appears on the sun) AR3112, which has been unstable, is about to erupt, and there is a 60% likelihood of an M-class flare and a 30% chance of an X-class outburst. The explosion could be geo-effective as it's facing the Earth directly. More than a dozen black cores within the sunspot are covered by more than a dozen black cores.
Strong energy bursts from the sun called solar flares can disrupt radio communications, power grids, and navigational signals, endangering astronauts and spacecraft. A geomagnetic storm is a significant disruption of the magnetosphere that happens when energy from the solar wind is exchanged very effectively into the space environment around Earth.
Images of the sun taken by the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) at various wavelengths will be used to understand its composition and processes. As the sun approaches the height of its solar cycle activity, new sunspots that could trigger deadly explosions in the inner solar system are expected to emerge that could trigger.
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A TECH buff on TikTok has shared two little-known tricks that make it easier to browse the internet on your iPhone.
Sabrina Badin, an ex-employee at one of Apple's U.S. stores, shared the Safari hacks in a video posted last year.
They make it easier to handle multiple tabs in the iOS version of the popular web browser.
The first trick allow you to search your Safari tabs for specific words or phrases.
It's a handy way to find what you're looking for if you've got dozens of them open at once.
To try it for yourself, open Safari and tap the button in the bottom right of your screen to display all of your tabs.
Type in a word of phrase that you want to search for. If you're looking for an Apple webpage, for instance, type "Apple".
Safari will then present you with all of your tabs containing that keyword and hide those without it.
A second trick shared by Sabrina provide a quick and easy way to close all of your Safari tabs at once.
It's a handy way to shut down dozens of tabs without wasting time by tapping to close each of them individually.
To do that, open Safari and then tap and hold the icon in the bottom right corner of your display.
From the menu that pops up, you can open a new tab or close the tab you currently have open.
You can also close all of your Safari tabs by tapping "Close All Tabs".
It's far from the only useful Safari trick that's been shared to TikTok.