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How Naughty Are YOU?
How Naughty Are YOU?

How naughty have YOU been this year?

Time asked more than 2,000 Americans about their bad behavior:

60% leave their phones on in movie theaters

30% use the 10-items-or-less lane when they have more than 10 items

26% swear several times a day…just 19% of us never swear

20% have parked in a handicapped spot illegally

19% don’t let other drivers merge in front of them

11% have been in a physical fight this year

Sounds like Santa’s handing out a LOT of coal this year!

If you STILL aren’t sure if you’ve been good or bad, check out Social Santa…it analyzes your Tweets on Twitter and will let you know if you’ve got some work to do!

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