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Pickle juice For The Win
What’s your go-to drink on a hot day? Water? Maybe lemonade? Here’s another option: A health and wellness expert posted a list of reasons to drink PICKLE JUICE. Here are the six benefits she came up with . . .
1. It’s good after a workout. Like Gatorade, it’s full of electrolytes, including potassium and magnesium. Another one of those is salt though, so be careful. One cup of pickle juice has about a third of the sodium we’re supposed to have in a whole day.
2. It might help regulate your blood sugar. There’s evidence that drinking a small amount of pickle juice every day can keep insulin levels in check.
3. Some people claim it’s a hangover cure. If it doesn’t make you PUKE, the electrolytes might help you re-hydrate.
4. Some types are loaded with probiotics, or healthy bacteria for your gut. It has to be a fancy brand though, because most pickle juice is pasteurized, which kills bacteria.
5. It might help with muscle cramps. A study a while back looked into it. People’s cramps went away faster when they drank a third-of-a-cup of pickle juice. They think it might have to do with all the vinegar in it.
6. It could help you lose weight. In a 2009 study, people lost more weight when they drank a little bit every day. Again, it might be the vinegar.
Sleep Better With Two
A new study at the University of Arizona found adults tend to sleep better together than they do apart. Benefits include less insomnia, more minutes spent sleeping, and we also fall asleep faster.
People who sleep in the same bed with a significant other also have less stress, anxiety, and depression. But that doesn’t hold true for letting your KIDS sleep with you. People who let their kids in their bed sleep worse, and have more stress overall.
Stupid One-Liner: A new study says adults sleep better together than they do alone. So that’s why every person in our IT department has big bags under their eyes.
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Tampax Says Amy Schumer Sucks…Almost All the Tampax Availablity!
Tampax told “Time” magazine that AMY SCHUMER was the reason for the tampon shortage, because sales “exploded” after they did an ad campaign with her. It’s hard to believe they’re serious, and obviously, the real reasons have to do with the pandemic and supply chain issues.
Tampax launched a new ad campaign with Amy in July of 2000, and they say that ever since then, quote, “retail sales growth has exploded.” It’s not likely that they’re even the least bit serious. Especially since the shortage affects all other brands, not just Tampax.
The real answer is complicated, but it basically boils down to the pandemic and supply chain issues . . . like practically everything else that SUCKS right now.
And Amy is definitely not on my list of comedians that suck, so we doubt Tampax was even serious. But here’s the commercial in question!
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Cool New Bio Pic About Mike Tyson
The Afterburn of Stranger Things’ Eleven
Early 2000s fashion is officially COOL again.
The trend actually started last summer. But now influencers are latching on, so hashtags like “Y2KStyle” and “Y2KFashion” are trending. A few examples include bright colors . . . wild t-shirts . . . low-rise jeans . . . Ed Hardy stuff . . . tiny purses . . . and velour tracksuits with “Juicy” on the back.
One reason it’s supposedly happening now is young people feel like the pandemic robbed them of their childhood. And clothes back then were all about being fun and youthful. But trends also just come back around like this constantly.
If you really want to feel old, here ya go: Stuff from the Y2K era is now being sold as “vintage” clothing. And a lot of recent shows and movies set in the early 2000s are being called “period pieces.”
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If We Knew How To Be Back Then
Is there something that USED to stress you out that . . . if it happened now . . . wouldn’t bother you at all?
There’s a thread online where people are sharing “personality traits” that they developed later in life that they wish they’d had sooner. Here are the highlights:
1. The ability to not take things personally . . . and be willing to be indifferent.
2. Firmness. Firm in boundaries . . . and asking for needs and wants.
3. The ability to tell yourself to shut up when you start overthinking.
4. Decisiveness. The ability to just make a decision and stick with it.
5. The ability to take criticism and feedback . . . in the spirit in which it was given.
6. Choosing to ignore dumb people instead of arguing with them.
7. Believing in your OWN assessment of people, and not that made by others.
8. Giving people the benefit of the doubt. No one is trying to make your life harder. They’re just trying to do things for themselves . . . so don’t take things to heart, and be kind to others.
The Wedding List Over Dones
There’s a list going viral of things that people think should be RETIRED from weddings. And not surprisingly, it’s pretty controversial.
1. “Clinking silverware on glasses to get the couple to kiss.”
2. “The tired, boring Best Man and Maid of Honor speeches.”
3. “The first dance. It’s lame . . . no one but the couple is entertained by it.”
4. “Playing Beyoncé’s ‘Single Ladies’ when it’s time for the bouquet toss.”
5. “The ‘Chicken Dance’.”
6. “People proposing at other people’s wedding ceremonies or receptions.”
7. “Over-drinking, which can lead to unwelcome drama and distractions.”
8. “Choreographed skits, flash mobs, and dance routines.”
9. “Serving food that’s on a buffet that isn’t labeled.” Due to allergies.
10. “Bringing kids when the invite requests NO children.”
11. “Taking your own pics, while the photographer is doing the staged shots.”
12. “The couple smearing cake in each other’s faces.”
Googly Wedding Eyes
Finally a photographer did what we all want to do to wedding pics, and added googly eyes to them all!
Secret Guy Code Published!
There’s a new thread online, where men are talking about the “unwritten rules” that they have. So if you’ve ever wanted to crack the secret code of manhood, this is an exciting opportunity. Here are some highlights:
1. “Nod down when you greet someone. Nod UP when it’s someone you know.”
2. “If a friend buys you a drink, you don’t pay it back. You buy the next round.”
3. “Beer, pizza, and BBQ is acceptable payment for helping another man.”
4. “Don’t use the urinal next to an occupied one.”
5. “Don’t roast a man in front of their kid.”
6. “Don’t start drama. If drama begins, take steps to de-escalate.”
7. “If he’s flirting with her, him, or they . . . don’t interrupt.”
8. “When your friend’s crush is around, he is the funniest in the group.”
Skip The Dating Drama Around your Friends
This is about couples, but it might land even harder if you’re single: A relationship expert came up with a list of things couples shouldn’t do in front of their friends, because each one is toxic . . . or just annoying.
1. Don’t put each other down. Jokes and sarcasm might be okay, but there’s a fine line. Avoid doing anything that might humiliate them in public, or in front of friends. They could end up resenting you for it, even if they act like it’s cool.
2. Constantly bragging about your relationship. That one applies even if only one of you is there. If it comes up naturally, fine. But people will get sick of you bringing it up on your own, especially your single friends.
3. Too much PDA, or “public displays of affection.” Again, it gets old fast and feels awkward. Especially if you’re out with a “third wheel” who’s on their own.
4. Public displays of anger. Don’t be the couple who gets into full-blown fights with your friends there. And definitely don’t make them the referee by asking them to back you up on it.
5. Inappropriate flirting. Be careful about flirting with other people while you’re out together, especially their friends. It can happen by accident without even realizing.
6. Marking your territory. That one sometimes happens right AFTER inappropriate flirting, but not always. Interrupting conversations, being dismissive, and being overly affectionate can all be forms of marking your territory.
Red Flag/ Green Flag
Have you ever started a new relationship and been so swept off your feet that you missed some RED FLAGS? Buzzfeed polled their readers on several dating behaviors, and asked whether they are red flags or green flags. Here are the results:
1. Giving small gifts, early on in the dating process. 85% said that’s cool, or a “green flag.” 15% disagreed and said it was a RED flag.
2. Texting you all day. 47% said that’s a green flag. 53% said it’s a red flag.
3. Asking you to hang out more than twice a week. 82% said that’s a green flag, 18% said it’s a red flag.
4. Calling you “mine.” 36% said that’s a green flag. 64% said it’s a red flag.
5. Introducing you to their friends and family within the first six months of dating. 90% said that’s a green flag. 10% said it’s a red flag. (In the age of online dating, it might be sketchy if you DON’T meet any friends or family.)
6. Consistently seeing a therapist. 70% said that’s a green flag. 30% said it’s a red flag.
7. Talking about making long-term plans with you . . . early on. 36% said that’s a green flag. 64% said it’s a red flag.
8. Wanting to “share locations” on social media. 18% said that’s a green flag. 82% said it’s a red flag.
9. Making a point to plan all your dates. 40% said that’s a green flag. 60% said it’s a red flag.
10. Calling you multiple times a day. 21% said that’s a green flag. 79% said it’s a red flag.
11. Not being great at texting, but being great in person. 76% said that’s a green flag. 24% said it’s a red flag.
12. Not texting “Good Morning” right when you wake up. 71% said that’s a green flag. 29% said it’s a red flag.
Like A Good Neighbor
In a new poll, 92% of people believe they’re a great person to live next to. Which implies that 8% of people KNOW they’re THAT neighbor. And if you’re looking to improve your neighborly interactions, the poll also produced a rundown of the Top Signs of a Good Neighbor. Here are some highlights:
1. Accepts packages or deliveries when you’re away.
2. Keeps an eye on your home when you’re on vacation.
3. Warns you before they have a party.
4. Checks in on elderly or otherwise dependent neighbors.
5. Waters plants when you’re away.
6. Offers to split the cost of fencing on the property line.
7. Feeds pets when you’re on vacation.
8. Recommends local plumbers, handymen, or other services to you.
9. Picks up litter out front.
10. Lends you things, like a power washer or a tire pump.
Here’s The 411 on 420
Many marijuana users hide their stash in their closets. Most people who use marijuana are parents. There are almost as many marijuana users as there are cigarette smokers in the U.S.
Those facts and many more are among the conclusions of new survey from Yahoo News and Marist College, which illustrates how pot has become a part of everyday life for millions of Americans. Here are 11 charts that explain how and why.
No Easter Bunnies Please
The Worst Professions That Women Should Marry Are Cops, Surgeons And…
A divorce lawyer on TikTok is catching heat after claiming women should avoid marrying men with these five jobs, because they tend to be the messiest to divorce: Pilots, surgeons, firemen, cops, and members of the military. Then she doubled down, and said the messiest women to divorce are stay-at-home MOMS.
And The Biggest A-Holes Are…..
Who’s the biggest A-HOLE you know? A new study found it probably won’t take you long to come up with a name . . .
They don’t have to be a close friend, just anyone in your life who’s a total jerk.
Researchers at the University of Georgia asked 400 people, and found most of them were able to answer pretty quickly.
Strange Pets On National Pet Day
It’s National Pet Day! A recent poll found the top ways we celebrate it are by giving them a special treat, and just telling them we love them. 10% of people even say their pet is their best friend.
Dogs are the most popular pet in America, according to the poll. Cats are a close second, then fish . . . birds . . . hamsters, gerbils, and mice . . . horses . . . snakes . . . guinea pigs . . . lizards . . . and tarantulas got 1% of the vote.
What Guys Don’t Actually Probably Care About When It Comes To Ladies
1. Boob size. One guy said it best. Quote, “A good portion of us don’t give a [crap] about that.”
2. Freckles. Whether it’s a few on your face, or lots all over. A lot of guys said they’re SEXY, not something you should feel like you have to cover with make-up.
3. Cellulite, stretch marks, and anything else that might be considered a blemish. Men just don’t notice them as much as you’d think. One guy said he never noticed his girlfriend’s cellulite until she pointed it out.
4. Body hair. For example, a lot of women would freak out if a guy rubbed their leg and there was stubble. But most guys realize it’s natural, not a turn-off.
5. Your face without make-up. Some women will do anything to avoid being seen with a naked face. But going without it can make you seem confident. And confidence itself is attractive.
6. Gray hairs. Silver streaks, and natural hair color in general, are both kind of in fashion right now. And a lot of guys wish it was always the trend.
Life Hacks to Learn
Most “life hacks” are good for a couple uses before they’re completely forgotten . . . but others are so good that they can become a part of your daily routine. Buzzfeed compiled a list of them . . . here are a few highlights:
1. Keep your alarm clock or phone across the room, out of arm’s reach.
2. When working from home, use your breaks to complete simple chores.
3. Get things ready for the next morning the night before.
4. Make “don’t put it down, put it away” your mantra.
5. Hang a notepad on your pantry or refrigerator to stay stocked.
6. When cooking, clean as you go.
7. Start your day with a full glass of water.
8. If you have kids, complete YOUR nighttime routine at the same time you’re making sure they do theirs . . . especially if you have trouble sticking to it yourself.
Dogs Win this Round Of Gross
Researchers in Europe tested the poop of 85 dogs, and found 17% of samples contained a SUPER STRAIN of E. coli that’s resistant to antibiotics. So when you consider that dogs sometimes EAT poop, that suggests it could be in their saliva too.
They also tested the poop of 18 cats, and only one had it . . . which would be 6%, but obviously that’s a small sample.
Before you panic, they also tested all the owners’ fecal matter, and 13% of those samples had the bacteria too. Everyone in the study was healthy, so it might not be a big deal. But they do think it’s best NOT to let your dog lick your face.
How Broken Are Your Kids Remember as a kid, how you could bounce off stuff like a crash dummy and be fine? But now you can hurt yourself just getting out of bed?
A new study found the average child suffers 104 minor injuries a year . . . things like bruises and skinned knees. That’s two injuries a week.
Kids between three and five suffer the most injuries. The most common cause is tripping while running. And the most common remedy we offer them is . . . a hug. Here are the ten most common injuries kids suffer . . .
1. Skinned knees.
2. Bruised knees.
3. A bump to the head.
4. A cut on their finger.
5. A skinned-up arm or elbow.
6. Bruised arms.
7. A cut on their lip.
8. Minor scrapes and scratches.
9. Bee stings.
10. Sprained ankles.
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Oh, The Things You’ve Done For Your Pet
71% of pet owners say they’ve made a major life change for a pet before. The most common ones include becoming more active, moving into a bigger place, and waiting to have kids.
The most common change we make is a tie between moving into a bigger place, and become more active. For example, walking or jogging more after you got a dog.
44% would do those things for their pets, or already have. Here are a few more life changes we’d be willing to make . . .
1. Changing your work schedule, so they’re not home alone all day? 39% would do it.
2. Starting or ENDING a relationship, 35%.
3. Buying a new car with more room, 32%.
4. Choosing whether or not to have KIDS, 32%. That probably includes waiting to have kids, not just skipping it altogether.
5. Moving to a new area that’s better for pets, also 32%.
6. Changing jobs, 31%. Seven in ten people also said they’d be willing to take a pay cut if they could bring their pet to work with them.
No More No Pain No Gain
They’re seeing more demand for gentle workouts . . . things like guided meditation and easy yoga. And more gyms are adding dedicated “recovery” rooms too, with things like loungers and personal massagers. One guy who’s in a stretching class said he just lies on a mat with a pillow for an hour . . . and compared it to nap time in preschool.
It’s partly because we’re all out of shape after two years on the couch, so people are taking it slow. But it’s also because the pandemic shifted our priorities. We’re less worried about looking good, and more concerned with FEELING good.
That Annoying Co-Worker
There are benefits to going back to the office, but reuniting with your insufferable coworkers is NOT one of them.
1. When they schedule a meeting, and then at the meeting they ask what the meeting should be about.
2. Sipping beverages loudly.
3. Using speakerphone for personal calls.
4. Asking questions while in a neighboring stall in the bathroom.
5. Strange eating habits . . . like eating popcorn with a spoon.
6. Pushing their MLM side-hustle on you.
7. Taking their shoes off at work.
9. Being passive aggressive.
10. Talking non-stop about their pets . . . especially cats.
Walk It Out
So, we did a nice long walk last night, but maybe it was too lonng??
Ever since pedometers were incorporated into our watches and phones, lots of us have been striving to reach 10,000 steps per day.
Or at least we were until the pandemic, when everyone was stuck at home and our new goal was more like . . . 500 steps. (Tip: If you carry your phone with you to and from the bathroom, you’re halfway there!) (???)
Well, new research from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst found that 10,000 steps is a myth, but there IS an ideal number of steps to aim for. And it’s actually LESS. It’s getting between 6,000 and 8,000 steps each day.
The study concluded that striving for that range reduces the risk of early death for people who are 60 or older by 54%. But walking more than 8,000 steps doesn’t actually add any benefits . . . it just leveled off. There was also no definitive association with walking speed.
For what it’s worth, this was comprehensive research, involving over 15 studies on walking and mortality, covering almost 50,000 people across four continents. And it does recommend a goal of 8,000 to 10,000 steps for people UNDER 60.
Who Flung Poo
Here’s a weird stat that unites us . . . or, 20% of us at least. One in five people admit they’ve eaten food out of the TRASH before.
That doesn’t mean you went dumpster diving, necessarily. Maybe you just threw half-a-donut away, then reconsidered. The most common reason people gave for eating trash was it looked “perfectly fine” in their opinion.
Here’s one more disturbing stat: The poll also found one in six people have eaten food while sitting on the toilet before.
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We’ve All Got Fav Chores
The average person spends 237 hours a year cleaning their home, according to a new study. That’s the equivalent of about 10 days.
You’ve really gotta be a glass-half-full person for this next question: People were asked to name the chores they find the most RELAXING. And somehow, our loudest chore got the most votes. Here are the top ten . . .
2. Wiping down the kitchen.
3. Laundry. At least you can watch TV while you fold.
4. Doing dishes.
5. Tidying up. So, just putting stuff away and organizing.
6. Cleaning the bathroom, or the toilet.
10. Cleaning windows
What You Washin First?
Do you always wash a specific body part FIRST in the shower? Or do you mix it up?
Some lifestyle “expert” claims the spot you scrub first might reveal something about your personality. Here are six body parts and what she says they mean . . .
1. Your face. If it’s the first place you wash, you “love money” and might struggle to get along with other people. (Don’t both of those things apply to about 90% of us?)
2. Your shoulders. You’re loyal, reliable, devoted, and tend to “carry the world on your shoulders.”
3. Your armpits. You’re attentive, but might come across as naïve and lacking confidence. (Or . . . you’re just aware you have smelly armpits.)
4. Your chest. You’re honest and loyal, but also stressed out a lot.
5. Your hair. You’re a hopeless romantic who’s usually immersed in your own thoughts. Also, you have the “temperament of an intellectual and an artist.” (???)
6. Random. If you don’t go in a specific order, you’re an adventurous person who doesn’t like to be bored.
We’re two months into 2022. Have you started thinking about a vacation yet? A new poll found it might depend on how many STRESSFUL WORKDAYS you’ve had so far this year. The average person starts thinking about their next vacation after just SEVEN stressful days at work.They apparently don’t have to happen all in a row. Just seven total since the last time you took a nice long stretch off, which was during the holidays for most of us. So if you’ve had seven rough days at work since then, you might be ready. According to the poll, here are the top five ways we know it’s time for a vacation: You’re stressed . . . you’re sick of work . . . your significant other is stressed . . . you’ve got a little extra money saved up . . . and your KIDS want a vacation. Looking forward to your next one is half the fun. Most people said they prefer the anticipation over planning something last-minute. But once we do go on vacation, we relax into it pretty quickly. Almost one in three people said their vacation starts the SECOND they leave work.
TMZ says Kim is Single To Mingle
Kim Kardashian‘s quest to become a single woman has become a reality because the judge has granted her request to end her marriage to Kanye West. Kim will hereinafter be known just as Kim Kardashian the West is gone. Kim was on a video call for Wednesday’s court hearing — her lawyer, Laura Wasser was in court — and Kanye was absent. Kanye’s lawyer did not object to restoring Kim’s single status, although his lawyer said he had 3 conditions — 1. any right to get reimbursement of money that’s supposed to be divided up will be preserved in case either of them dies … the judge granted that condition.
Here’s a Bikini Barista bragging about the expensive gifts her customers have given her, in case you missed it this morning (They include a couch, a dining room set, all her kitchen utensils, and a projector TV.)
Things Back At work That Make You Go Hmmmmm
Have the things that annoy us about the office changed in the last two years? Because I don’t think all of these would have made the top ten pre-pandemic.
A new survey asked people to name the most annoying things that happen at the office. Here’s what people said . . .
1. Coworkers talking too loudly while you’re trying to work.
2. People who cough or sneeze without covering their mouth.
3. Coworkers who come into work even though they’re sick.
4. Slow computers.
5. I.T. issues.
6. Smelly bathrooms.
7. People who leave dirty dishes in the work sink.
8. When you’re in the bathroom and realize someone didn’t wash their hands.
9. Gross toilet seats, or toilet bowls.
10. When your computer keeps crashing.
A brawl resulted Friday night at the Golden Corral restaurant in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, after it allegedly ran out of steak. The footage shows diners swinging punches, hurling chairs and screaming insults, with one man plaintively calling out “all I wanted was some steak” during a lull in the melee.
The Price Of Love
According to a study by LendingTree, the average person with a significant other expects to shell out $208 this year, which is up 44%. The average was $144 last year, and $142 in 2020. That’s a total of $416 per couple if you have joint finances.
The biggest spenders are people who are just a year or two into their relationships. They expect to drop an average of $247. On the flip-side, people who are less than a year into their relationships are “only” spending $186.
That money DOES include eating out. 37% of couples are planning to go to a special dinner, which is up from 26% last year, when we didn’t have vaccines. 25% plan to have a special dinner at home . . . and 16% plan to get take-out.
39% of couples opted to skip Valentine’s Day last year to save money, but that number dropped to 31% this year.
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Here’s what you missed
A new survey asked people what they do when they want to get out of something, and 63% said they try to “find” other, “more important” things to do instead. They also asked people for the excuse they go with most often, and the most common response was:
1. “I’m too tired.”
2. “It’s too cold.”
3. “I forgot.”
4. “I’ll start tomorrow.”
5. “I didn’t sleep well last night.”
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The Gen X Museum
Generation X’s “cool” cred has been bleeding out for YEARS now, and this is probably the last nail in the coffin: Gen X is now old enough to get their own museum. In October, the Illinois State Museum in Springfield will open an exhibition called “Growing Up X,” and it’ll be dedicated to “the last generation to have had an analog childhood.” You know, cassettes, VHS tapes, and landline phones. There aren’t any further details on the exhibit, but Generation Xers are invited to complete an online survey about their experiences growing up . . . and to loan the exhibition items from that era. So go dig out your old Trapper Keepers!
Magic Retirement Home Brownies
46-year-old Michael Koranda works as an elementary school music teacher in South Dakota, and lives with his 73-year-old mom, Irene. Last Monday night, he made a big pan of brownies before bed. Then Irene found them the next morning, and decided to take them to a card game at her local senior center. But what Irene didn’t realize was . . . they were very strong POT brownies. Michael had just gotten back from a trip to Colorado, where he picked up a bunch of THC butter. And he cooked HALF-A-POUND of it into the brownies. 911 started getting calls around 8:00 P.M. that night about multiple seniors who said they’d been POISONED. It turned out they were just really high. Recreational marijuana is still illegal in South Dakota. So police figured out what happened, showed up at Michael’s school the next day, and arrested him. He’s facing charges for possession of a controlled substance, which is a felony. He could face up to FIVE YEARS in jail, plus a $10,000 fine. (KTIV / The Smoking Gun) (Here’s a photo of him.)
Dating in 2022 Terms
The dating site Plenty of Fish just put out a fun list of new dating trends they expect to see in 2022, and they came up with names for all of them. They polled 7,000 single people, and say these are all dating trends that are already happening . . .
1. Communidating: Using dating apps not just for dating and intimate relationships, but also to make friends and connections.
2. Déjà vu-ing: Doing the same things with a new partner that you did with your ex.
3. Handticipation: Being unsure about the physical boundaries that are acceptable, like whether to hug, shake hands, or fist bump your date.
4. Hesidating: Being unsure if you want to date seriously or casually, because life is so weird and uncertain right now.
5. Resigning: Ending a serious relationship due to perspective and clarity gained through the pandemic.
6. Darwining: Refusing to date someone who doesn’t believe in science. A third of single people say they know someone who’s done it.
7. Baecations: Taking someone you just started dating on vacation, because YOLO.
Avoid Inappropriate Party Blunders
If you want to wear a Halloween costume to work, tomorrow’s the day to do it. Just make sure you don’t pick a costume that could get you FIRED. One in seven people say they’ve seen a coworker wear an inappropriate costume to work before. The most common ones include political costumes, and anything that shows too much skin. Here are a few quick stats on office Halloween parties . . .
1. 57% say their company will celebrate Halloween in one way or another this year.
2. 77% of employees say they enjoy office Halloween parties. 23% hate them.
3. Whether there’s a party or not, one in three people plan on dressing up for work.
4. 36% expect some of their coworkers to dress up too.
5. 27% think their boss will probably wear a costume this year.
Here’s What It Looks Like When You Bump Into Jay Z
😂 oh no pic.twitter.com/bTaRLK0eTN— David Amaya (@AmayaNYC) October 28, 2021
Living Slow Is Finally Catching On!
It’s as though being “busy” automatically mean you’re successful . . . popular . . . productive . . . and driven. But perhaps some of those people are ACTUALLY tired and on the brink of burning out. That could be why the concept of “slow living” is starting to pick up steam as something good. There are more than 3.5 million posts for #TheArtOfSlowLiving on Instagram, and things like self-care, “me-time,” and saying “no” to invites are now being celebrated on social media. “Slow living” fans argue life is better when you can appreciate things as they happen . . . rather than manically ticking things off your to-do list.
It’s unclear if the pandemic had an impact on this becoming a thing. But it definitely forced people to spend more time at home . . . and it cut back on the running around that many people did in their pre-pandemic hustle.
SUPERMAN is coming out as BISEXUAL in the comics. This Superman is Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane. In the November 9th issue, he becomes romantically involved with a college friend.
DAVID ARQUETTE recently bought the rights to BOZO THE CLOWN, and he has big plans. He says, quote, “You have to kind of think of it as ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’.” So, a BOZO-VERSE.
Netflix says it’s not scrapping DAVE CHAPPELLE’s new special, “The Closer”, even though it offended trans people. They said they don’t believe the show was designed to, quote, “incite hate or violence.”
During a SMASH MOUTH gig this weekend, STEVE HARWELL was wasted. He was mumbling, swearing at the crowd, dropping drinks, and even gave a Nazi salute. Steve recently missed a few gigs due to heart issues.
Of all the people you WOULDN’T want to look like. There’s a guy on TikTok with the handle @notbrianlaundrie who keeps being mistaken for Brian Laundrie. That’s the guy who everyone has been looking for since his girlfriend Gabby Petito was found murdered. (Here he is talking about when he first found out who Brian Laundrie is.) https://www.tiktok.com/@notbrianlaundrie?lang=en&is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1
Earlier this month, people were complaining on Reddit about things that USED to be great, but suck now . . . like YouTube before it had ads, and thrift stores before they got trendy and picked over. Then that Reddit thread went viral, so now even MORE things have been added. Here are a few good ones . . .
1. Concerts, because they used to be a lot cheaper. You could see major bands for 30 bucks. Now you can easily pay five times that for a decent seat.
2. Films. The writing sucks, and all the money goes to remakes and Marvel movies.
3. Make-up. It used to be fairly simple. Now social media makes it seem like you need a hundred different primers, creams, and contouring tools.
4. Fast food. It’s never been good for you, but it’s even more unhealthy now. A report just last week also said drive-thrus have gotten slower and less accurate.
5. The news in general. It seems like there’s more bad news than ever. And everything’s sensationalized, like it’s the end of the world.
6. Theme parks. They’re insanely crowded and expensive now. In 1981, a one-day pass to Disney World was $9.50. Adjusted for inflation, that’s about $29 today . . . but the actual price in 2021 is $109 to $159, depending on when you go.