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Best Days to Do THings
by JC Burton,posted Aug 29 2012 2:18PM
Best Days To Do Things from the Consumer mag Which?
BUY A CAMERA – Monday:
Recent sales figures reveal that Monday is when there are the most sales of cameras online. They are already one of the cheaper electronic devices you can buy so many stores discount them even more to drive customers to their site after the weekend.
EATING OUT – Tuesday:
Most restaurants do not get deliveries over the weekend. By Tuesday, everything is fresh again. Chef Anthony Bourdain says: “At anything less than a really good restaurant, Monday’s probably not your best day to eat fish.”
HAVE A BARBECUE – Tuesday:
This is the driest day of the week. The Met Office say overcast conditions appear more frequently on a Friday afternoon, Saturday or Sunday.
ASK FOR A PAY RISE – Wednesday:
Seven out of ten managers said that Wednesday was the best day to be asked for a pay rise when polled by recruitment company Office Angels.
GO SHOPPING – Wednesday:
This is the least crowded day of the week in supermarkets. For even more quiet, only four per cent of shoppers head out between 9pm and 8am.
HAVE SEX – Thursday:
You should choose the morning too, according to researchers at the London School Of Economics. Their study revealed that natural cortisol levels, which stimulate sex hormones, are at their highest on this day.
SELL YOUR HOME – Friday:
Sellers who list a home on a Friday will have a greater chance of success, according to American estate agent Redfin. They analysed 1.2million listings in 16 markets over 21 months to determine their findings.
GET MARRIED – Friday:
Traditionally weddings fall on a Saturday, but having your do one day earlier can knock down the price of the reception and ceremony by half.
END AN E-BAY AUCTION – Sunday:
Online sellers generally have the best results when their deadline falls on the traditional day of rest.
LAWLESS-- (Opens Today on 2300 Screens) “A MUSCULAR SLICE OF GRISLY AMERICANA ROOTED IN FLAVORFUL PROHIBITION-ERA OUTLAW LEGEND. WHILE A TOUCH OVERLONG, IT’S COMMERCIALLY ACCESSIBLE AND COULD ATTRACT A CROWD WITH AN ENSEMBLE CAST OF RECOGNIZABLE NAMES.” Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Guy Pearce and Gary Oldman. 1 Hour and 56 Minutes. Rated R.
OOGIELOVES IN THE BIG BALLOON ADVENTURE-- (Opens Today on 2000 Screens)STRICTLY KIDS’ STUFF, PLUS THE PARENTS WHO HAVE TO ESCORT THEM TO THE THEATER. Toni Braxton, Christopher Lloyd, Chazz Palminteri, Cary Elwes, Cloris Leachman, Maya Stange and Jaime Pressly. 1 Hour and 23 Minutes. Rated G.
FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL-- (Limited Release on Friday) “A FEEL-GOOD RAUNCHY-COMEDY WHOSE DIRTY-TALK PLOT COMES FROM A FEMALE PERSPECTIVE INSTEAD OF FEELING LIKE IT’S BEEN CUT-AND-PASTE FROM WRITER-DIRECTOR JUDD APATOW. THERE’S A CHANCE IT MIGHT BREAKTHROUGH DURING THE LATE-SUMMER DOLDRUMS. Ari Graynor, Lauren Anne Miller, James Wolk, Nia Vardalos, Mimi Rogers, Mark Webber, Justin Long, plus Kevin Smith and Seth Rogen. 1 Hour and 26 Minutes. Rated R.
THE POSSESSION-- (Opens Friday in 2700 Theaters) Natasha Calis, Kyra Sedgwick, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Madison Davenport, Grant Show and Matisyahu. 1 Hour and 31 Minutes. Rated PG-13.