2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
The standout news & pop obsessions gleaned from your search habits
Year in Review 2012: Obsessions
Here are the top 10 obsessions that, as ranked by their search volume and percentage spike compared with 2011 on Yahoo!.
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- Wife Surprises Army Husband With 100-Pound Weight Loss
An Army husband received the surprise of his life on Wednesday when he stepped off the plane after a yearlong stint in Afghanistan, and saw his wife who had dropped 100 pounds in his absence.
- Bully Punished With Bad Clothing. Unusual Yes, But Cruel?
School bullying is a national crisis, but one woman thinks she found the solution—give the bully a taste of her own medicine.
- Brad Pitt Slams His Marriage to Jennifer Aniston
Yes, Brad and his mouth are at it again.
- Cricket Prank Bans Seniors From Graduation
Many high school seniors are 18 years old, but that doesn't mean they think like adults: according to neuroscientists, the area of the brain associated with reason and self-control doesn't fully mature until one's mid-20s. Maybe that's why seven kids at East Carter High School in Grayson Kentucky thought it would be funny to release 10,000 crickets into their school early last Thursday morning as a senior prank. According local WSAZ News, the seniors were not allowed to walk in their graduation ceremony on Saturday morning and would not receive their diplomas until they paid a $600 fine.
- Man Tattoos Puppy, Faces Backlash
Animal advocates across the nation are criticizing the N.C. man after he posted a photo of his dog's ink on Facebook.
- What Really Happens on the Wedding Night
Real brides share their wedding night stories (and they’re not what you think).
- Tornado survivor finds her missing dog during TV interview
While Barbara Garcia was being interviewed by CBS News about the Oklahoma City tornado that destroyed her home and tore her dog from her arms, the dog was found alive nearby under the rubble.
- 11 Ways Women Sabotage Their Marriages Without Even Knowing It
By Jenna BirchOf course you want the happiest marriage possible, but little things you do-some of which you don't notice-may be damaging your relationship. In fact, you may intentionally opt for these actions because you believe they're helpful, even though the opposite is true. Steer clear of the following mistakes to keep your marriage on the right track. Photos by Thinkstock1. You wait for your husband to speak up if he needs something, especially sex.Men want to be strong, not vulnerable, and many feel they can't admit to having additional needs. ...