Your Kids Don't Care Anymore If You Friend Them on Facebook

Back in the old days of 2011, kids would rather chop off a limb than be friends with their parents on Facebook. But times have changed. A new survey found 61% of teenagers say they really DON'T care if their parents friend them on Facebook, or follow them on any other social media. Read more...

23% of Us Use Our Phones to Avoid Talking to the People Around Us

Have you ever been with your friends or family, and pulled out your phone to avoid talking to the actual human beings right in front of you? Of course you have. That's pretty much what cell phones are for now. Read more...

We'd Rather Be Healthy by Working Out Than Eating Right

If you're trying to get healthy, would you rather exercise for an hour to work off the calories in a piece of cake, or just skip the cake? According to a new study, the answer is, gimme the damn cake and get out of the way. Read more...


Ten Things That Make You More Likely to Get Divorced

The Ashley Madison leak has a least a few marriages on the rocks right now. But here are ten factors OTHER than cheating that make you more likely to get divorced, according to "Cosmopolitan" magazine. Read more...

Women Are More Likely to Get Sick If All of Their Co-Workers Are Men

Being the token woman at a company that mostly employs guys can be tough. And according to a new study by the University of Indiana, it can actually affect your HEALTH. Researchers examined 440 women who worked at companies where more than 85% of the employees were men. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Friday

Here are some random facts for you. 1.  A "lifetime warranty" doesn't mean you have the warranty for YOUR lifetime, it refers to how long the company expects the product to last. Read more...

Oxford Dictionaries Adds ‘Fat-Shame,’ ‘Butt Dial’ and ‘Redditor’

The Oxford English Dictionary is one of the most famous dictionaries in the world. It's HARD for a word to get in there. But they also have a branch called the Oxford Dictionaries that adds newer, modern words that are just becoming a thing, and that MIGHT get into the main Oxford English Dictionary one day. Read more...

You Spent 42 Hours and $960 Sitting in Rush Hour Traffic Last Year

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute just released its annual study on how much time Americans spent sitting in rush hour traffic last year. Americans spent 6.9 BILLION hours in rush hour traffic last year. That's not per person, although maybe it FEELS that way sometimes. Read more...

Check Out Each State's Most Embarrassing Google Search

Most of us are in the habit of Googling whatever pops into our head, no matter how RIDICULOUS or EMBARRASSING it is. Unfortunately, there's a chance that a lot of other people around you are ALSO Googling the same random nonsense. Read more...

Which Is Cheaper, Flying Home For Thanksgiving or Christmas?

Right now you're thinking, "I swear I'm not flying home for the holidays this year. THEY can come to ME if they want to be together so badly." And of course you'll cave in a month when your mom gives you a guilt trip. So, if you were only going to fly home for either Thanksgiving OR Christmas this year, which would be CHEAPER? Read more...

A Woman Handed Out Resumes on the Street, and Got 13 Job Offers in Three Days

We're not saying this would work for everyone, but if you're looking for a job, here's someone who didn't expect something to fall in their lap, got creative, and proved they knew how to hustle. 28-year-old Carrie Kemeling quit her job in Buffalo, New York earlier this month after she got passed over for a promotion. Read more...

The 10 Most Popular Dog Names of 2015

Yesterday was National Dog Day, which is totally a real holiday. I heard your company is strongly considering whether to make it a paid day off next year. In honor of that "holiday," a website called Nextdoor.com ran a study to find the 10 most popular dog names in America in 2015 so far. Check 'em out . . . Read more...

The Top Ten Rude Things Bosses Do

It's time to take part in a time-honored tradition, talking smack about the boss. According to a recent survey, interrupting people is the most common thing rude bosses do. Here are the top ten. Read more...

Five Random Facts For Thursday

Here are some random facts for you. 1.  The Canary Islands aren't named after the birds. The name comes from the Latin "Canariae Insulae", which means "Island of the Dogs." It was chosen because there were a ton of wild dogs there. Read more...

A Fire Fighter Who Got Lung Damage Helping on 9/11 Just Won $5 Million on a Lottery Scratcher

I know it's awfully hard to get excited about someone ELSE winning the lottery . . . but if you were ever going to say someone besides YOU deserves it, it just might be this guy. Read more...

Ten Weird Benefits You're Probably Not Getting at Work

If you got a paid day off last week, you're probably still glowing from your three-day weekend. Read more...

Joey Chestnut Lost the Fourth of July Hot Dog Eating Contest For the First Time in Almost a Decade

The annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest went down in Coney Island, New York on July 4th . . . and there was a HUGE UPSET.


31-year-old Joey Chestnut has won the contest eight years in a row . . . it's been almost a DECADE since anyone else walked out of there as the champion. UNTIL NOW.


A 23-year-old guy named Matt Stonie won by eating 62 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes . . . while Joey "only" ate 60. Matt came in second last year . . . he ate 56 to Joey's 61.


Joey still holds the world record, which he set in 2013 when he ate 69.


Matt's prize for winning . . . besides eternal glory . . . is $20,000. Weirdly enough, both Joey and Matt are from San Jose, California.


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Five Random Facts For Friday

Here are some random facts for you. 1.  In China, Spain, and Greece, people mix wine with Coca-Cola. Read more...


The Top Seven Things That Distract Us at Work

According to a new survey, the average person gets distracted at work every 22 minutes.  And we end up feeling unproductive 70 days a year because of it . . . that's about 25% of your work days.  Here are the top seven things that distract us . . . Read more...

20% of People Lie on Facebook to Make Their Lives Seem More Interesting

When you're scrolling through Facebook and it looks like EVERYONE does cooler stuff than you, that's not quite true.  Only 80% of them actually do cooler stuff than you . . . Read more...

The 10 Random Little Things That Make You Feel Great

A new survey asked 2,000 people to name random little things that make them feel great.  Here are the top 10 . . . Read more...

The Average Family Only Spends 34 Minutes a Day Together

A new survey found some pretty sad stats about your quality time together.  Here are five of them . . . Read more...

Five Ways Men and Women Sense Things Differently

Health.com posted an article about how men and women sense things differently.  And across the board, women tend to have the advantage.  Here are the five main senses, and how they're different for men and women . . . Read more...