Poll of 2,000 women failed to find ONE woman who was completely happy with her man

Ladies searching for Mr Right, look away now. The ‘perfect man’, it seems, does not exist.

While many chaps have positive attributes, the majority are deeply flawed.

In fact, in a study of 2,000 women, most ranked their partner as only 69 per cent perfect.

Included in a list of 20 common shortfalls are failing to make an effort with their partner’s friends, criticising their driving and the inability to multi-task.

Other male failings include leaving the toilet door open, watching too much sport and poor personal grooming.

Nikki McReynolds, marketing director for Remington, which commissioned the study, said: ‘It seems women are quite realistic on what they look for from their partner.

‘While they might happily overlook a few common flaws, there are certain behaviours that men just won’t get away with.’

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Dept. of Labor: Public School Teachers Are Highest Paid State Workers; Compensation Doubles the Average in Private Industry

Public school teachers receive greater average hourly compensation in wages and benefits than any other group of state and local government workers and receive more than twice as much in average hourly wages and benefits as workers in private industry, according to a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Public primary, secondary and special education teachers are paid an average of $56.59 per hour in combined wages and benefits, BLS said in the report released last week.

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The chocolate bomb that will make your Christmas go with a bang

For an explosive finale to your Christmas banquet, this season’s must-have luxury centrepiece has to be the exploding Braquier Chocolate Bomb from The Conran Shop.

Made from velvety dark chocolate (with 70 per cent cocoa), this 22cm-high shell will certainly steal the spotlight at the dinner table, blowing Nigella’s cutesy Rocky Road pudding out of the water — and that’s even before you’ve taken a match to it.

For this is one sweet treat that’ll take no prisoners in the battle of the desserts, as once the bomb detonates (30 seconds after lighting the wick) prepare to scarper at least one metre away, or be rained on by hundreds of choccie shards, mini gadgets and sugared almond shrapnel.

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Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones back for Men in Black III

They were last seen in their dapper black suits and trademark sunglasses nearly ten years ago.

But now, the Men in Black are back to control more unruly aliens, with a new teaser trailer showing Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as agents K and J for the forthcoming third instalment of the hit franchise.

And initially, after the decade long absence, it seems nothing has changed too much, with the intrepid pair still spending their days monitoring alien activity in New York City.

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New super vaccine could tackle 70% of lethal cancers and is better than ‘wonder drug’ Herceptin

A vaccine that could deal a serious blow to seven in ten lethal cancers has been developed by scientists.

In tests, it shrunk breast tumours by 80 per cent, and researchers believe it could also tackle prostate, pancreatic, bowel and ovarian cancers.

Even tumours that resist treatment with the best medicines on the market, including the ‘wonder drug’ Herceptin, may be susceptible to the vaccine.

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Hairspray movie star Nikki Blonsky cleans a salon after struggling to land more Hollywood roles

Times are tough and with a career in Hollywood now looking unlikely, Nikki Blonsky has decided to go back to her roots.

Blonsky, who starred alongside John Travolta in Hairspray and also appeared in the short-lived TV series Huge, as just begun working at Superstar Hairstylists in her home town of Great Neck.

The actress has gained a cosmetology license and is working at a salon in Long Island, where she does everything from applying make-up to sweeping the floor, according to Radar Online.

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