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by Brian Stephenson posted Oct 7 2015 9:13AM

Apparently we're a country of foul-mouthed, nose picking, gas ripping perverts. God bless America. "Wired"magazine just did a statistical breakdown on the average American's day. Here are 11 weird things they found . . .

We smile 20 times a day.

Tell 1.65 lies.

Exercise 17 minutes.

Pick our nose four times.

Pass gas 10 times.

Watch 2.8 hours of TV.

Pee four to seven times, and poop up to three times.

Lose 40 to 100 strands of hair.

Have 1.5 alcoholic drinks.

Swear 80 times.


by Brian Stephenson posted Oct 6 2015 7:03AM

If you worked from home, you wouldn't have to sit in that freezing office . . . eating a partially defrosted Lean Cuisine for lunch . . . surrounded by your annoying coworkers . . . with your boss constantly lurking, trying to ruin your day.

So this makes sense: According to a new survey, 80% of people say they like to work ALONE instead of around other people.

The survey also found 83% of us think our companies fixate on trivial stuff instead of focusing on what's important.

And 67% of us feel like we could be FIRED at any moment.

But in spite of all that awfulness, we keep on sucking it up and coming in. 41% of people say they rarely or never miss work just because of the stress.

(PR Newswire)

by Brian Stephenson posted Oct 5 2015 9:08AM

51-year-old Hayden Vandiver of Columbia, Tennessee hated his old boss, and couldn't stand being around his wife. So he came up with a BRILLIANT plan to solve both of his problems.

He broke into the asphalt company where he used to work last Sunday, stole his former boss's Dodge pickup truck . . . then drove it into a CREEK. He didn't even try to hide that he did it, because he WANTED the cops to catch him.

After he was arrested, he explained to reporters why he did it. Quote, "[My boss] disrespects his employees. It made me feel great because I know it will hurt him. He'll come in the next day and his little baby . . . is four feet in a creek."

And it also solves his issues with his wife, because now that he's in jail, it'll give him some time away from her . . . and might even end their marriage. Quote, "She is having a bad time right now. She knows I did this to get away from her."

He was charged with burglary, vandalism, and driving under the influence.

(NBC 17 - Raleigh)

(Here's a photo of Hayden happily talking about what he did.)

by Brian Stephenson posted Oct 2 2015 9:05AM

Now that it's October, you're probably already planning your Halloween costume.

Just kidding . . . you'll be scrambling to buy something crappy and over-priced at a crowded Halloween store at 6:00 P.M. on the night of Halloween, just like the rest of us.

But if you DO feel like getting a jump on things, here are the two big costume trends this year. It's according to Pinterest though, so take that for what it's worth.

1. Group costumes. Instead of everyone doing their own thing, you pick an idea for a bunch of people, and everyone sticks to the theme.

It can be anything . . . Mario Kart, "The Walking Dead", the Kardashians . . . whatever.

2. Throwback pop culture costumes. And the '90s are hot . . . Pinterest says '90s costumes are 500% more popular than they were last year.

Think boy bands, "Scream",the Spice Girls, "Clueless", "Ace Ventura" . . . you get it.


by Brian Stephenson posted Oct 1 2015 9:04AM

You can now buy caffeinated PEANUT BUTTER. It's from a company called Steem in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

But do NOT accidentally pack your kids a sandwich made with this stuff, or you're gonna get some really angry calls from their school.

Because this stuff is POTENT. One tablespoon has as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. The caffeine comes from a green tea extract that's mixed in.

The creators say it's actually BETTER at keeping you awake and getting your energy up than coffee or an energy drink, because of the recipe.

Quote, "The unsaturated fats actually create bonds with the caffeine so the digestion process is slower and results in a steady release of energy."

It's starting to make its way into stores but if you want some now, it's available online for $4.99 a jar, plus shipping. Just go tosteempb.com.

(Boston Herald)

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