Dino and Stacy

HOW TO LOSE SIX TO TEN POUNDS AND MAYBE MORE IF YOU’RE NOT CAREFUL.
HOW TO LOSE SIX TO TEN POUNDS AND MAYBE MORE IF YOU’RE NOT CAREFUL.

Want to lose weight and not sacrifice any food in the process? Just put your marriage on the line.

According to a new survey 50% of men and 50% of women lose an average of 6 to 10 pounds when they have an affair. There are two theories. One, is that the affair makes you happier which leads to healthier eating habits. The other thought process is that affairs are stressful which leads to you producing more adrenaline and cortisol which increases your heart rate and helps you burn more calories.

What’s not included in the survey is that you could also lose your house, car, half of your 401K and the respect of your family and friends. But hey- you look great with those 10 pounds of off you.

Sponsored By

Ohio Mulch

Ohio-Mulch-sponsor-logo

Celebrating 30 years of satisfied customers!

Contact Dino & Stacy

Phone: 614-273-2658
Email: Mornings@sunny95.com.

News

in Lifestyle

McDonald’s all-day breakfast is coming next month

17-overlay1

Breakfastarians rejoice as the Golden Arches announces you'll soon be able to buy an egg McMuffin at dinner time.

in Entertainment

Nicholas Hoult to take on J.D. Salinger in new biopic

nicholashoult

The British actor will portray the beloved American author in "Rebel in the Rye."

in Entertainment

‘Spectre’ could be Daniel Craig’s last ‘Bond’ movie

danielcraig

The British star, whose turn in "Spectre" marks his fourth time playing 007, has now admitted he has no current plans to appear in another Bond movie

in Entertainment

Why Bill Murray is in the new ‘Ghostbusters’ movie

24-overlay

After spending a quarter of a century not agreeing to be in "Ghostbusters 3" as Peter Venkman, Bill Murray recently signed on to Paul Feig’s reboot of the franchise.

in Entertainment, Sports

Will Smith to take on NFL coverup

21-overlay

"Concussion" is based on Dr. Bennet Omalu, who was the first to discover the existence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (or CTE): a disease of the brain found in athletes with a history of repetitive brain trauma.