Show Notes for Saturday, April 29, 2023 & Sunday, April 30, 2023

Today we visit with actress and now DIRECTOR Gina Gershon. (Pretty In Pink, Cocktail, Face/Off, Chucky & much more) Her directing debut is a film called 12 Desperate Hours. Held hostage by a killer, a woman offers to drive the man wherever he wants in an attempt to save the lives of her children and husband. She soon builds a rapport with her captor and uses her wits to help save innocent bystanders from his wrath.


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April 29

World Veterinary Day

National First Ladies Day

World Wish Day

Independent Bookstore Day

National Pool Opening Day

National Shrimp Scampi Day

National Zipper Day

National Peace Rose Day

April 30

National Bubble Tea Day

National Prepareathon! Day

National Military Brats Day

National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day

National Pet Parents Day

National Sarcoidosis Day

National Raisin Day

National Oatmeal Cookie Day

National Hairstylist Appreciation Day

National Bugs Bunny Day

National Honesty Day

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A UK study found the typical British woman will spend 26 years of her life suffering with bad hair. The poll found most women wake up with unruly hair at least three days a week.

Research finds that those of us who include a dish of fish in our diet each week tend to see better.

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The recent explosion of SpaceX’s Starship rocket might have seemed like a disaster — not the kind of result that should have prompted celebration from the SpaceX founder Elon Musk and his employees, who cheered what they considered a major “success”. But SpaceX wasn’t necessarily expecting the rocket — the most powerful and one of the most complex to ever fly — to emerge unscathed. Maybe that’s why many were amused when the company described the explosion on Twitter as a “a rapid unscheduled disassembly” — a cosmic-level euphemism if there ever was one.


Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey may want to call in a true detective for this one. After McConaughey suggested he and Harrelson could be half brothers, the “Cheers” alum weighed in on the possibility during his appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert”. He told the host that “there is some veracity to that thought, because we talked to Ma Mac, Matthew’s legitimate mother…and she goes, ‘I knew your father.’ As he explained, it was how McConaughey’s mother said it that caught his attention. Quote: “It was the ellipses I found a little troubling or interesting. ‘I KNEW your father.'”

Time does heal all wounds. Twelve years after Charlie Sheen and Chuck Lorre’s dramatic falling out on “Two and a Half Men”, which included a fierce public feud and a lawsuit, the pair are back in business together, reuniting on Lorre’s Max comedy series “How To Be a Bookie”. In news guaranteed to make the show one of the most anticipated new series of the year, Sheen is set for a recurring role in the single-camera comedy headlined by Sebastian Maniscalco. No official comment from Max.

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Of the 8 billion people on earth, 2.5 billion lack toilets.

A UK WW2 veteran with no surviving relatives celebrated his 105th birthday with over 3,000 cards from kind-hearted strangers after a charity appeal. Ernest Horsfall, who has seen 27 Prime Ministers and 5 British monarchs in his lifetime, said he was surprised and amazed at how many people wrote to him. He was showered with cards from well-wishers after the Royal British Legion called for the ex-servicemen to be honored for his landmark birthday. After opening all his cards, he said he was looking forward to spending time with his girlfriend, 63-year-old Margaret, who flew in from Iceland to be with him on his special day.

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According to a poll, doctors and lawyers are the worst tippers.

Saturn’s rings are only 30-300 feet (9-90 meters) thick.

A sunset on Mars is blue.

The cardboard holder that you often get around a takeaway cup of coffee is called a “zarf.”

Dogs who bark a lot can get laryngitis.


Question: In a survey asking “What is the hardest driving maneuver?”, the #1 answer was parallel parking. What was #2?

Answer: Backing into a parking spot

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A teenager had to be rescued from inside a large claw game after he climbed in to steal a prize. The incident occurred at the Carowinds theme park in Charlotte NC, where a spokesperson said they were made aware of a 13-year-old male who climbed into a claw machine called the Cosmic XL Bonus Game. The game is about 6½ feet tall, and nearly 5 feet wide, making it much bigger than the average claw game. A medical response team was summoned, which unlocked the machine, and the boy climbed out.

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According to neuroscience experts…

Asynchronous development: Does your bright child struggle with simple tasks like tying shoelaces or remembering to brush their teeth? These are examples of asynchronous development — developing more quickly in some areas than others. It’s common for gifted children.

Emotional depth and sensitivity at a young age: Gifted children may experience more intense emotional reactions to the world around them. Example: They may have a hard time enjoying shows where a character is hurt or is sad. Many also have a heightened sense of justice and can experience frustration when they feel like a situation is wrong.

Existential questioning: Gifted children often have an insatiable curiosity, especially about the existential aspects of life. They may be more concerned about death, poverty, climate change and injustices than their peers, or ask questions like: “What happens when we die?” or “Why do bad things happen?”

Unique interests or a mature sense of humor: If your child is making high-level chemistry puns or studying transit maps of major cities, you might worry they are missing out on their childhood. But they may just have a more advanced understanding of a topic than others their age.

Underachievement in school: Gifted children have a need for constant mental stimulation. In school, they can be easily bored because they learn things faster than their peers. If school is not challenging for them, they may lose motivation.

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Arctic Fox Escapes Zoo But Gets Tired Along The Way

Show Notes for Friday, April 28, 2023

Today we visit with actor Sean Whalen (Twister, Never Been Kissed & Many More) He's shooting his own film right now. It's called CRUST. Crust is a creature feature that Sean says is not a movie for the masses. “I am making this for the passionate fans of cult, comedy, horror films that will love it the way I have loved Sleepaway Camp and The People Under the Stairs. I hope you enjoy it.” There is an Indiegogo Campaign now -

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April 28

National Historic Marker Day

National Superhero Day

National Donate Life Blue & Green Day

National Bravehearts Day

Workers’ Memorial Day

National Hairball Awareness Day

National Blueberry Pie Day

National Great Poetry Reading Day

National Arbor Day

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A study shows Tylenol can ease existential angst.

A study suggests that red meat is unhealthy.

A study finds that dancing comes naturally to infants.

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You know how it is sometimes…you’ve got an itch, and no matter how many times you scratch it, it keeps coming back. Other times, one quick scritch, and it’s gone. So, it’s little wonder that researchers from the Salk Institute have discovered that not all itches are the same. Their study discovered different neural pathways drive different varieties of itches in mice. It is believed that itchiness serves a genuine purpose — an evolutionary protective signal — to prevent parasites from introducing hazardous pathogens into the body. For instance, if a mosquito lands on your arm, you might scratch the spot. But if the mosquito bites you, its saliva will serve as an irritant, resulting in a recurring “chemical” itch. While both types of itchiness result in the same sensation, the research indicates that one brain pathway drives the mechanical sensation, while a separate and distinct neural pathway encodes chemical itchiness. The scientists say their research may lead to new treatment options for those who suffer from a range of chronic itch conditions.


Kelly Ripa started a new “Live” journey with her husband, Mark Consuelos, on Monday. But, during an interview with Variety, Ripa revealed that she considered retiring from the show prior to Ryan Seacrest’s decision to join in 2017. Why? Ripa, who has been a part of Live since 2001, expressed that she wasn’t sure whether she should continue, considering how executives treated her (specifically when previous co-host Michael Strahan was poached for a position on “Good Morning America” without her knowing). She said about her husband joining as a co-host: “It’s definitely breathed new life into me.”

Writers for television, movies and streaming shows have voted overwhelmingly to go on strike if no labor deal is reached before a May 1 deadline. 97.9% of participating union members voted to approve a potential strike. If a strike happens, it would be the first in the industry since 2007, and it would bring production on many shows and films to a halt. The 2007 strike lasted 100 days. The Writers Guild of America, which represents the writers, says it needs to make substantial changes to the way writers are compensated because of the shift to streaming services.

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A study claims that the best way to get a song out of your head is to chew gum.

So much for the old real estate saying “Location, location, location”. To today’s younger homebuyers, curb appeal is the most important factor when choosing a home. In a poll of 2,000 adults in the US, Gen Z (47%) and millennials (46%) were more likely to cite appearance – like the color of the home, decks, and balconies – as a reason for buying than Gen X (35%) and baby boomers (30%). Younger generations were also more likely to purchase their home based on its architecture and style, with 46% of Gen Zers and 43% of millennials doing so, compared to 30% of Gen Xers and 23% of boomers. And just in case you’re looking, make this a part of your budget: the average homeowner encounters about 4 “surprises” within the first year of homeownership, spending around $3,600 to address them.

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Contrary to what you may have heard, redheads aren’t actually going extinct.

Women tend to strike matches away from themselves, while men tend to strike them toward themselves.

Men and women who listen to similar music tend to be better communicators and have longer- lasting relationships.

During Elizabethan times, it was customary for a wife to wear her wedding ring on her thumb.

Riding a roller coaster can help you pass a kidney stone, especially if you’re seated in the rear car.


Question: The average family throws away 70 of THESE edible items every year. What are they?

Answer: Loaf-end bread crusts.

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A Brazilian man got trapped in a sewer pipe after betting he could crawl through it and come out on the other side of the road. Friends promised to reward him if he succeeded. They called emergency services an hour after he disappeared down the roadside hole. Firefighters took three hours to rescue him.

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A Reddit thread recently featured answers to the question: “What’s a profession you’ve seen phased out in your lifetime?” Brace yourself…

❑ “Paperboys. Having a paper route used to be a thing. Now there are very few people who get a daily physical paper.”

❑ “Back in the 20th century, there used to be small huts in parking lots where a person would develop your film in as soon as one hour.”

❑ “Judging by the advertising I see online these days, proof-reader.”

❑ “Executive assistant. When I started my career, even low-level managers had a person to write memos, answer their phone, and plan their travel.

❑ “The entire industry that makes pricing guns. Everything in the store had a small white sticker with the price on it. The UPC code and scanner eliminated this.”

❑ “Door-to-door salespeople. You used to see them pretty frequently back in the ’60s but you never see them now.”

❑ “Cobblers. There used to be people that fixed shoes and shined shoes. Every town had one and every man had his shoes shined often.”

❑ “Bike messengers…Now everything can be done with high-speed internet.”

❑ “I used to be a projectionist at a movie theater. Most theaters are all digital now, with the projectors on timers.”

❑ “Radio disc jockeys. They’re not gone yet but they are dwindling…Local DJs are fewer and fewer as radio stations consolidate.”

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1,000 Year Old Canoe Discovered In N.C. Lake, Brings Tribe Members To Tears

Show Notes for Thursday, April 27, 2023


Dear John,

I'm thinking about breaking up with my girlfriend but my best friend says I'm being petty. She insulted me and I just can't get past it. She has a few tattoos, including the first name of her old boyfriend. It was her first boyfriend and they were close for a while. But we've been dating for over a year and every time we're intimate, I see "Jason" in big bold letters. And inside a HEART. So I brought it up casually and she got angry. Then she shut down the conversation, saying, "What's the big deal? I don't really think about it. Or him. You have nothing to worry about." I told her it was hard for me not to think about it, seeing as it's right there every time we're passionate! I offered to pay for laser removal or have it changed into something else, but she just blew me off. She said, "I was young and in love . . . and that's all there is to it". That's the problem. She WAS in love, but is she is not in love NOW? I'm sick of it. What can I do to get her to have it removed? And am I overreacting if I leave her because of it? This is the only reason I have not asked her to marry me. It's driving me crazy! What do I do?

Confused Boyfriend

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April 27

National Gummi Bear Day

National Devil Dog Day

National Teach Children To Save Day

National Prime Rib Day

National Tell A Story Day

National Babe Ruth Day

National Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day

National Poem In Your Pocket Day

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A survey reveals 1 in 10 of us carries a good luck charm.

A survey said that only 40 percent of adults think they’ve ever been truly in love.

A study (Northumbria University) found that drinking half a pint of beer could improve your brainpower by 20 percent.

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NBC renewed 6 shows for next season, including “Chicago Fire”, “Chicago P.D.”, “Chicago Med”, and 3 “Law and Order” series. Apparently, the renewals came with an asterisk, as casts were told that they will appear in fewer episodes next year. That comes on the heels of CBS recently renewing “Blue Bloods” for a 14th season after the cast agreed to a 25% pay cut. And now, we’re finding out that the cast of another recently renewed CBS series, the comedy “Bob Hearts Abishola”, also had to agree to a double-digit salary reduction for the show to get a Season 5 renewal.


Yellowstone” is ending after months of turmoil behind the scenes. The New York Post says the Paramount Network drama’s offscreen drama has ultimately led to the show’s demise at the end of Season 5, which is currently in production. One source is quoted as saying: “Hopefully Kevin (Costner) will return for the remaining episodes, if everyone works together, but it looks like Yellowstone will end after this season.” As multiple reports have noted, Yellowstone’s trouble stems from a disagreement between Costner and the show’s creative mastermind Taylor Sheridan. Costner was allegedly not happy with his shooting schedule, and Sheridan is said to have become tired of the actor holding up production.

Here’s the latest intel on the fate of “Yellowstone”: ‘John Dutton’ will die in the second half of Season 5, but the show will go on. Showbiz411 reports that producers are figuring out a way to wrap Kevin Costner’s iconic character, and they’re planning to give him a sendoff like ‘Logan Roy’ in “Succession”. That doesn’t mean John Dutton will have a heart attack, but according to the sources, Costner’s character will die early into the new episodes, with the remainder of Season 5 playing out the repercussions from his death.

Yellowstone” has seen a lot of headlines lately due to its behind-the-scenes drama, with reports of strife between star Kevin Costner and series creator Taylor Sheridan. Now, the Daily Mail is reporting that Sheridan is the one to blame for the feud due to his alleged “God complex.” A source says Costner felt dismissed and told to stick to acting when he raised certain concerns with Sheridan that the show was “headed in a direction that was not in line with their initial vision.”

The Late Late Show with James Corden” has set its guests for its final broadcast. Harry Styles and Will Ferrell will join Corden for the show’s last episode on April 27, wrapping up the CBS late-night series’ 8-year run. Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, Tom Cruise, Josh Gad, Jennifer Garner, Brett Goldstein, Kate Hudson, Allison Janney, the Kardashian family, Mila Kunis, Seth Meyers, Billy Porter and Sharon Stone are among the show’s guests joining Corden in the final 2 weeks. During one of Styles’ early appearances on the show in 2015, he lost a game of “Tattoo Roulette” and received a tattoo of the show’s logo on his arm.

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A website just ranked the top 20 revenge songs of all time.

This Friday is Arbor Day.

This has been getting a fair bit of attention since it was announced, but I wanted to chime in on it. McDonald’s is making improvements to its “big-5” burgers – the Big Mac, McDouble burger, cheeseburger, double cheeseburger, and hamburger. The fast-food giant says the McUpgrades include “softer, pillowy” golden-brown buns, gooier cheese, and a “juicier, caramelized” taste, as onions will be placed on patties while they’re still on the grill. In addition, the Big Mac will feature more of its signature sauce. The updated recipe is currently being offered on the US West Coast in places like LA, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Seattle, among other cities. By early 2024, the upgrades will be available nationwide. The changes were first tested in Canada, Australia and Belgium, where McDonald’s said they received “rave reviews.”

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The brand name “Spam” is a combination of “spice” and “ham”

Human lips are hundreds of times more sensitive than the tips of a person’s fingers.

Right-handed people chew most of their food on the right side of their mouth, whereas left-handed people do so on the left.

By the end of a person’s life, they can recall, on average, around 150 trillion pieces of information.

Being called ‘Baby’ has a positive effect on the female brain, causing instant emotional stress relief.


Question: 3/4 of us have one of THESE, but about half of them don’t work. What are they?

Answer: A flashlight

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A Chinese couple visiting South Korea took revenge on the Airbnb host who refused to cancel their booking by using over 120 tons of water as well as thousands of dollars worth of gas, electricity and other utilities. At first, owner noticed nothing out of the ordinary about his guests, other than them asking him if there were any surveillance cameras. Little did he know that they were plotting their revenge. It was only after their 25-day booking had ended that the gas company contacted the owner about the sharp increase in consumption, leaving him to cover massive utility bills. He later learned that the couple had used enough water for 8 adults to use for 2 months, plus huge amounts of electricity.

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People who snore are twice as likely to suffer a stroke, according to a recent study from the University of Galway in Ireland. With that in mind, here are 5 suggestions to help you stop:

1. Avoid alcohol: Boozy nights out often lead to sleepless, snore-filled slumber. Alcohol has a sedative effect, which relaxes the jaw and throat muscles, making an obstruction in your airway more likely.

2. Sleep on your side: Doing so, rather than your back, can prevent the base of your tongue collapsing into the back wall of your throat.

3. Try a snoring pillow: Sleeping on a pillow which sufficiently supports your head and neck can help, as it can prevent your airways becoming blocked.

4. Stay within a healthy weight range: Excess fatty tissue around the neck and poor muscle tone can contribute to the problem. Taking steps to reduce excess pounds can help keep you from honking in the night.

5. Keep a sleep diary: This can help identify what factors are helping and hindering your sleep and snoring. Keep track of sleep times, how many times you wake in the night, the food and drink you’ve consumed throughout, screen time, and activity. After a month, you’ll be able to see any trends that may affect your snoring or restfulness.

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"Work is the curse of the drinking classes" Oscar Wilde

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Good Samaritans Help Police Find Missing Father And Daughter

Show Notes for Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Today we visit with Vicki Lawrence (The Carol Burnett Show, Mama’s Family, Host of Win, Lose or Draw, Hannah Montana)

NBC will pay tribute to comedy icon Carol Burnett with Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter Love, a two-hour special celebrating Burnett's 90th birthday. The special was filmed at Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles and will air Wednesday, April 26 at 8pm ET/PT (streaming next day on Peacock). Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter Love will look back on some of the most memorable moments of Burnett's legendary career, from her Broadway debut in Once Upon a Mattress, to her iconic role as Miss Hannigan in Annie, to her acclaimed sketch comedy series The Carol Burnett Show, which ran for 11 seasons on CBS. Joining Burnett for the television event will be a lineup of A-list celebrities, including musical performances by Bernadette Peters, Billy Porter, Jane Lynch, Katy Perry, Kristin Chenoweth and more. There will also be guest appearances by Aileen Quinn, Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Bob Mackie, Cher, Ellen DeGeneres, Julie Andrews, Kristen Wiig, Laura Dern, Lily Tomlin, Marisa Tomei, Sofia Vergara, Steve Carell, Susan Lucci, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Vicki Lawrence, among others. "I'm so excited NBC decided to throw me a birthday party and invited all of my closest friends," Burnett said in a statement. "I can't wait to look back at so many wonderful moments throughout my career, I feel so lucky to share this night with everyone."

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April 26

Stop Food Waste Day

Denim Day

National South Dakota Day

National Dissertation Day

National Help A Horse Day

National Library Outreach Day

National Pretzel Day

National Kids And Pets Day

National Richter Scale Day

National Audubon Day

National Administrative Professionals Day

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Ever wonder how many of your friends snoop in your medicine cabinet? Quilted Northern bath tissue conducted a survey asking people to reveal their bathroom habits and quirks.

Six in ten people leave the door open while using the bathroom when they’re home alone.

Almost four in ten admit to going through someone else’s medicine cabinet.

72 percent of smartphone users use it in the bathroom, with a quarter of them watching video (YouTube, TikTok, Netflix, etc.)

One in ten people eat in the bathroom.

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A new study says that Millennials (ages 27-42) spend more time playing video games that Gen Z (11-26) or teenagers. According to entertainment company Fandom’s annual Inside Gaming report, 52% of Millennials rank playing video games as their top interest, and 40% of them spend over 22 hours per week gaming, compared to only 29% of tweens.

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The live-action “Sonic the Hedgehog” spinoff series “Knuckles” starring Idris Elba at Paramount+ has assembled its cast. The show was first announced in February 2022. In addition to Elba reprising the role of ‘Knuckles’ from “Sonic the Hedgehog 2,” Adam Pally, known for “The Mindy Project” will once again play the role of ‘Wade Whipple’ from the film franchise. Edi Patterson (“The Righteous Gemstones”), Julian Barratt (“Mindhorn”), Scott Mescudi (“Don’t Look Up”), and Ellie Taylor (“Ted Lasso”) will recur in the series. Production is now underway in London.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has responded to claims that he filled a service trench instead of a pothole. Last week, he went viral, tweeting video of himself filling in a hole that had been plaguing his Brentwood neighborhood. Things seemed fine until Southern California Gas Company released a statement, saying the “pothole” was a utility trench for “active, permitted work” at the location. This didn’t sit well with Schwarzenegger, who responded with another tweet, writing: “So everyone knows, the pipeline work was finished in January. Apparently, they thought it was a good plan to take 6 months to cover the trench, so I just did them a favor…And why don’t they talk about the second pothole I filled?” LINK:

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This may not come as a surprise to you at all, but how you’re dressed when you go out for dinner may influence the level of service you get at a restaurant. Scientists at the University of Missouri concluded that restaurant wait staff often predict whether or not their guests will leave big tips simply based on their attire – naturally believing that the best-dressed diners will leave the best tips. And using that theory, servers tend to ramp up their hospitality for those customers. It was also discovered that servers viewed well-dressed men as more likely to leave good tips than their female counterparts. Casually-dressed men were seen as the least likely of any group to leave good tips for the server.

Is this what they mean by “royalties”? King Charles has reportedly amassed a personal net worth of £600 million – equivalent to around $745 million US dollars, according to a new analysis for the Sunday Times Rich List. His alleged net worth surpasses that of his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, who died in September at the age of 96. Last year, the Sunday Times calculated her net worth to be £370 million – about $460 million USD. There are many factors that go into calculating the King’s fortune – including the 2 private royal estates known as the duchies, Sandringham Estate and Balmoral Castle.

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Being ignored causes the same chemical reaction in the brain as experiencing a physical injury.

Men and women who listen to similar music tend to be better communicators and have longer- lasting relationships.

Mosquitoes have killed more humans than all the wars in history.

Pringles are not actually potato chips.

There is enough gold in Earth’s core to coat the planet’s surface 1.5 feet (46cm) thick.


Question: 90% of women admit they’ve done THIS to improve their appearance. What is it?

Answer: Whiten their teeth

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A Brazilian model and influencer has been getting a lot of attention because of her new perfume, which she claims includes her body sweat as an ingredient. 29-year-old Wanessa Moura says she was inspired to use her sweat to create her signature fragrance, Fresh Goddess, after her boyfriend and her ex-partner both praised her natural body odor as “sexy and exciting”. Each bottle of perfume contains 8ml of sweat “for a touch of sensuality and femininity”, making it the ideal fragrance for dating and attracting the attention of someone you like. She calls the scent, which sells for $138 per 50ml bottle, “a mixture of passion and mystery.”

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To mark spring break season, Lawn Love ranked 2023's Best Cities for a Hangover Cure. We compared the 200 biggest U.S. cities based on five categories. We looked at access to diners, convenience stores, and walkability, among 17 total metrics. See the 10 best (and 10 worst) cities for a hangover cure below, followed by key stats from our report.

Best Cities for a Hangover Cure  -  Rank City

1 San Francisco, CA

2 Miami, FL

3 New York, NY

4 Boston, MA

5 Washington, DC

6 Chicago, IL

7 Seattle, WA

8 Jersey City, NJ

9 Philadelphia, PA

10 Alexandria, VA

Worst Cities for a Hangover Cure  -  Rank City

1 Montgomery, AL

2 Jackson, MS

3 Fayetteville, NC

4 Pasadena, TX

5 Joliet, IL

6 Huntsville, AL

7 Miramar, FL

8 Mesquite, TX

9 Clarksville, TN

10 Port St. Lucie, FL

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