A study finds Starbucks’ festive-themed hot drinks have same amount of sugar as three cans of Coca-Cola.
The animated adventure Frozen 2 is the No. 1 movie in North America again, earning an additional $34.7. This is the third weekend in a row the Disney picture has won the box-office race.
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A study finds the average person will spend the equivalent of 43 days of their lifetime struggling to open troublesome packaging.
A live grenade was found in a dresser donated to a North Carolina thrift store. An employee noticed the explosive in one of the drawers after the furniture was donated (to the Habitat for the Humanity ReStore in Durham) on Saturday afternoon. The volunteer then “very calmly” took the grenade outside the building before alerting management. The store was then evacuated and the bomb squad took it away.
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The world record for stuffing drinking straws into your mouth at once is 459. Manoj Kumar Maharana, from India, broke the world record on 28th August 2017 for stuffing 459 drinking straws in his mouth at once! In order to break it, he had to keep them in his mouth for at least 10 seconds.
A brewery got a little too merry for local authorities. A North Carolina brewery pulled its winter ale from taproom shelves after the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission made a visit. The beer in question was reportedly being sold in cans that featured provocative imagery involving reindeer. While the offending cans have been removed from shelves, they reportedly showed reindeer in various sexual positions. While the reindeer were pixelated on the cans, the images were still considered explicit enough to be removed from the brewery’s shelves. Sycamore Brewing pulled the 2019 version of their Christmas Cookie Winter Ale from their shelves after an anonymous complaint was made about the imagery on the cans. The brewery brought the beer back to shelves with what they described as “G-rated can art.” According to the company’s Facebook page, the beer will not be available in stores and will only be sold in their taproom. Since the reindeer design wasn’t going to be sold in wide distribution, Sycamore Brewing believed that they could get away with the risqué holiday design. (https://fxn.ws/2E6tdUl)
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