The Drs: Athletic Wear Trend + Cheating Husband Billboard

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The Doctors: Wearing Workout Clothes Everywhere

We never get tired of talking about clothes, but there’s a viral video that shows a lot of women are making the wrong decisions when it comes to what they wear. The song mocks women who wear “active wear” everywhere except to work out and it’s so true that women do it. I’m even guilty of it myself. Dr Drew Ordon then stripped off his jacket and tie, unbuttoning his shirt to reveal “active wear” underneath. He even slid off his pants to reveal his gym shorts!

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Dr Jennifer Ashton, representing the ladies, said she didn’t know he looked that good in workout clothes, then asked Dr Travis Stork where his were. Dr Ashton said active wear reminds you that you can go get a workout in, not to mention it’s incredibly comfortable! Dr Travis said he’s all about being comfortable and the athletic wear trend allows you to be one step away from a workout. Dr Ashton said it’s your body, you can wear whatever you want.

The Drs: Athletic Wear Trend + Cheating Husband Billboard

Do you wear athletic clothes everywhere you go, exept the gym? Then you’r the target of a new hilarious viral video. (daverose215 / Flickr)

Dr Travis shared the definition of active wear which is “clothing designed to be worn for sports, exercise, and outdoor activities.”

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The Doctors: Doll Teaching About Menstrual Cycle

The Doctors then wanted to move on and talk about dolls. There’s a controversial toy made for little girls called the Lammily doll, was created to help explain the menstrual cycle to kids in a fun way. The doll comes with colorful underwear and 19 different pads. Dr Ashton sad she loves the doll because it’s important to teach young girls about reproductive health. The doll even comes with a calendar to track your period, and Dr Ashton said the more we can teach our children without the “taboo” the better.

The Doctors: Cheating Husband Billboard

The Doctors then reported that a woman in the U.K. dumped her cheating husband via a road sign she knew he would see on the way to work. The billboard read “To my cheating husband Paul. You deserve each other. When you get home I won’t be there. Enjoy your drive to work! Lisa.”

Apparently Lisa paid for the sign to be displayed for three hours between six and nine in the morning, knowing her husband would pass it. Dr Ashton loved it and said the woman displayed a lot of self control and Dr Travis described it as “mature.” What do you think?

Dr Travis then reported that 25% of young adults are ending their relationships via text message. Ouch! Plus, 20% are using social media to end their relationships. In one survey, only 18% said they end relationships in person. It’s simply because we are losing the ability to communicate face-to-face. If you’ve been dating for months, that person deserves an actual conversation. Dr Ordon described a text message as “a cop out.”

The Doctors: Gross Fast Food Employee Habits

Next, The Doctors reported that a customer at a Sandusky, Ohio Taco Bell saw a fast-food worker digging his own hand down into the back of his pants. The image went viral and that employee was fired. Obviously, picking your butt where you prepare food is pretty gross. Dr Travis explained that the particular employee in the picture wasn’t involved in food prep, but was instead a member of the maintenance team, but still. Fecal matter is loaded with dangerous bacteria.

Taco Bell released a statement saying “Our franchise took immediate action, and has terminated the employee and re-trained the entire staff. We want customers to know that the person in the photo was never in contact with the food, and that the health department inspected the restaurant and approved its operations.”

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