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The same researchers that discovered men do poorly on tests after interacting with a woman have also discovered that men have trouble with completing tasks after just hearing a woman’s name. Researchers believe the mental energy involved in thinking sexy thoughts slows down other brain functions.
According to a study, having power at the workplace makes people actually think that they’re taller.
In a survey, men said their third least-favorite outdoor chore is mowing the lawn; cleaning the garage is second; number one is gutter cleaning.
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William A. Calderwood of Peoria, Arizona, patented helium filled furniture that would float to the ceiling when not in use to allow extra floor space and be pulled back down by a rope as needed.
It was in 1966 that America’s Thomas J. Bayard invented a vibrating toilet seat, acting on the belief that physical stimulation of the buttocks is effective in relieving constipation.
Moreau developed a bra in 1988 which surrounded the breasts with
water, so that a buoyant force provided improved and independent
support for each breast.
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Shia LaBeouf and his on-again, off-again partner Mia Goth are expecting their first child together. It’s long been rumored they were starting a family — amid photos of the 28-year-old’s growing belly — but People magazine says it has confirmation. Goth is an English actress and model. In recent years she’s had roles in the sci-fi film “High Life” and the remake of “Suspiria”.
Piers Morgan has returned to breakfast television for the first time since storming off “Good Morning Britain” in March 2021 after making controversial comments about Meghan Markle. He made his TV comeback on BBC’s “Sunday Morning Show” by referencing the incident, which prompted 55,000 complaints to Ofcom, the UK’s broadcast regulator. He said: “It feels weird but sort of nice. My one question for you is: Am I allowed to have an opinion? Because that was the problem last time.”
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A wanted man in Italy tried to escape the police with his walker.
A jury in Tennessee awarded a guy $9.4 million because a Cracker Barrel waitress served him a glass of chemical kitchen cleaner instead of water.
Burt Reynolds’ 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am has sold for almost a half-million dollars. The classic muscle car went up at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale 2022 auction, and with the final bid of $495,000, the 8-cylinder beast has found a new home. Reynolds drove the same type of car in the hit film, “Smokey and the Bandit,” and while this isn’t the car that appeared on screen, it was a congratulatory gift for his work on the flick, which was the second-highest-grossing film of the year. To make it even more special, not only is it the only ’77 Trans Am that Reynolds ever owned, he also signed the glovebox.
LOL. TTYL. OMW. Those are easy. Do you know what GRWM is short for? GRWM is kinda newish — it’s an acronym that means “get ready with me.” It’s typically used to refer to content on TikTok, YouTube and Instagram that focuses on showing a vlogger getting ready and invites their followers to see their routine. The term GRWM first became popular with YouTube influencers. And though the actual acronym may seem new to TikTokers, GRWM videos have been around for years on YouTube.
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A raw steak is about 75% water.
Vanilla is mildly addictive.
The word “February” comes from a Latin word meaning “to cleanse”.
In ancient Greece, comets were called “hairy stars.”
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They say “Go big or go home.” A bank robber in China apparently had that in his head when and did just that. He tried to break into a bank using a backhoe. He used the heavy machinery to plow though the doors of a bank at 1AM, setting off the alarm. Officers arrived to a gaping hole in the bank where a street-facing glass wall used to be. They found the bank robber still inside.
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What is thought to be the world’s biggest potato will undergo DNA testing in Scotland. The oversized tater — named Dug — was found in a garden in Hamilton, New Zealand, weighing in at 17.4 pounds. Colin and Donna Craig-Brown were cleaning their vegetable garden in August 2021 when they made the discovery. Colin’s attention is now focused on getting into the record books with the biggest spud ever. Currently, the Guinness World Record holder for the largest potato is 11 pounds. To prove the spud is really a spud — and also not genetically modified — the owners have to do a DNA test.
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An anagram is a word of phrase made by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase. The following are pretty cool.
• Dormitory → Dirty Room
• A Decimal Point → I’m a Dot in Place
• Eleven plus two → Twelve plus one
→ Moon Starer
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“I saw a study that said speaking in front of a crowd is considered the number one fear of the average person. Number two was death. This means to the average person, if you have to be at a funeral, you would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy.” - Jerry Seinfeld
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