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Stacy’s Stuff for March 12th, 2014
Stacy’s Stuff for March 12th, 2014

Stacy’s Celebrity Dirt

Tired of seeing and hearing about Justin Bieber? Kim Kardashian? You are not alone! A new poll shows those two are the most overexposed celebs out there. In fact, a few other Kardashians made the list. Who would you add to the list? Tell me what celebrities you have heard enough about! See if your picks made the list.

He might look like he can’t put a sentence together, but Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is writing a children’s book! Its true, and its called “Gus & Me: The Story of my Granddad and My First Guitar.” I think it sounds super-cute! Watch for the book on shelves in September!

The Bachelor, Juan Pablo, is feeling a little defensive today. After being called one of the most-hated Bachelor’s ever, he wants us to know that he is not a monster. Or a player, or whatever negative term you want to use. He feels he has been misunderstood. Again. Maybe “I like you, a lot” translates differently in his native language? Do you think Juan Pablo deserves all the negative response he has been getting since the final aired? Let me know! Comment below!

Who is your favorite TV heroine? There are some tough female characters out there now, but some from the past are even tougher! Buzzfeed.com put together a list of our favorites, including:

  • Roseanne Conner from “Rosanne”
  • Sun Kwon from “Lost”
  • Dana Scully from “The X-Files”
  • Clair Huxtable from “The Cosby Show”
  • Buffy Summers from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

Do you agree with the list? Who would you put on the list? Comment below!

Stacy’s Stuff

The 7/10 Split question of the day: With the winter weather making a comeback today we wondered this: When it comes to nasty weather, would you rather be driving, or sitting in the passenger seat?

To answer, and to see what everyone else is saying, check it out on our Facebook page.

How do you get your kids to tell the truth? Is it even possible? I think so. But my daughter is still young and I saw this and wondered what you thought of it. According to a book called “Natureshock,” you only need two sentences to get your kids to spill the truth. Here they are: “I won’t be upset with you if you did it,” and “If you tell the truth I will be really happy.”

So, what do you think? Are there any little tricks you have tried to get your kids to open up to you? Do your kids need to tell you the truth about everything? Can we handle the truth? Let me know in the comments below!

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