What makes you smile?

A study has revealed the things most likely to make a woman's day.

Getting a freebie, winning an argument with customer services, and flirting with a stranger were some of the favourites.

You can guess what made the top of the men's list..!

Other things though, included booking a holiday, dodging a parking ticket and eating cake! But what makes your day?

Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Monday 16 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine @itv.com, and we may use your comments on the show.

Next week: Gaby Roslin presents Lorraine!

I can’t wait.

– Gaby Roslin

Gaby Roslin will present Lorraine over February half term, making a welcome return to breakfast TV.

The presenter, who has her own show on BBC London Radio, will take the reins from 16 to 20 February to cover for Lorraine Kelly.

Broadcaster Gaby became a household favourite hosting The Big Breakfast with Chris Evans. She most recently presented Top Dog and Food Inspectors for the BBC and took part in ITV’s Get Your Act Together.

Gaby said: “Lorraine is without doubt the kindest, sweetest woman on telly with a wicked sense of humour. They are very tough shoes to fill and I'm hugely touched that she’s asked me to look after her show whilst she’s away. I can’t wait.”

Guests on the show next week include X Factor star Sam Bailey and actor and singer Claire Sweeney. There will also be food with Nadia Sawalha, John Whaite and Dean Edwards.

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Three generations of real-life Waltons!

They made headlines as the first surviving female sextuplets and now three generations of the Waltons join us on the sofa to talk all about grandmother Janet's new book, babies and big families!

Janet, mum Sarah and the newest edition to the family baby Jorgie join us we'll be finding out more about Six Little Miracles, which charters Janet's infertility, her incredible pregnancy and the last 31 years of fun!

Helen Lederer on beating her body image demons

I really did book [a gastric band procedure] and then I thought of having baby food and then I was thinking I won’t be able to eat and then I thought I’m insane and then I stopped.

– Helen on deciding to not go ahead with having a gastric band fitted

Ahead of the release of her first ever novel Losing It, actress, comedian and columnist Helen Lederer joins us.

Despite appearances in shows such as Ab Fab and Splash Helen has fought a lifelong battle with her body image. Just this week the actress has revealed just how close she came to gastric band surgery.

Losing it is a comedy novel that follows the adventures and hilarious misfortunes of 50-something Millie as she sinks further into debt and decides that endorsing a diet pill might be the best way to solve her money woes and save her house.

Are office romances a good idea?

Barack and Michelle Obama... Brad and Angelina... and actually for Lorraine too!

According to a survey in this morning's papers a quarter of all office romances lead to marriage. The survey also says that two out five of employees have had a workplace relationship.

What do you think? Are office romances a good idea? Have you ever had one? How did it end? Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Thursday 12 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine @itv.com, and we may use your comments on the show.

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Do you get dressed up for the school gate?

Melanie C, not on a school run!

Mel C has hit back after being photographed make-up free on the school run yesterday.

She sent a tweet this morning saying, 'My priority in the mornings is to get my daughter to school on time and not look ready for a photoshoot #justsayin'.

We want to know what you think about this. Do you get dressed up for the school gate?

Perhaps you feel under pressure to look good? Or perhaps you couldn't care less what you look like!

Let us know by getting in touch before 9am on Wednesday 11 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine @itv.com. and we may use your comments on the show.

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What's your best or worst Valentine's gift?

Are you looking forward to Valentine's Day or dreading it because of the sort of gifts your other half bestows on you? Are you used to getting everything you wished for or do you end up with something that makes you groan?

Tell us about the best and worst Valentine's gifts you've ever received by getting in touch before midnight on Wednesday 11 February on Twitter or Facebook or by emailing us at lorraine @itv.com. and we may use your comments on the show.

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