Show Notes for Thursday, August 31, 2023


Dear John,

Last Christmas, my boyfriend and I broke up. We had been together for quite a while and we work together. He bought me a ring and everything, but it wasn't working out so I ended the relationship. It was awkward to break up, but it was the right thing to do. I've kind of moved on, but now I just found out from a friend that works in his department that he's dating a younger girl... a much younger girl. He's 31... his new girlfriend is 19. She also works in the same department where he works. I don't know what to do with this information. I don't think it's right that he's literally dating a teenager. When we dated, it was OK because we were at the same company, but not even in the same department. Now he's dating someone who actually works for him. I'm not sure that the company would be OK with this. Do I just stay out of this? I'm afraid he might lose his job!


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August 31

National Eat Outside Day

International Overdose Awareness Day

National South Carolina Day

National Trail Mix Day

National Diatomaceous Earth Day

National Matchmaker Day

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New research shows a connection between consumption of highly processed food, and “elevated” mental duress later in life, says the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study. Researchers looked at how the fatty foods later impacted adolescents aged 13-17 as a baseline, and then checked in with the subjects years later. They found that “Participants with the highest intake of ultra-processed food had increased odds of elevated psychological distress”. Those who ate the most ultra-processed food were fund to be most-likely to experience distress at the 15-year follow-up. This distress was described by the study as “a marker for depression.”

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Paper straws might not be the “eco-friendly” revolution they’ve been promoted to be: Belgian researchers found that these so-called “green” utensils are toxic, and therefore potentially worse for the environment than their now-hated plastic counterparts, according to a new study published in the journal Food Additives & Contaminants. Researchers analyzed the concentrations of PFAs, or “forever chemicals” of 39 brands of drinking straws, comprised of 5 materials: paper, bamboo, glass, stainless steel, and plastic. They found that paper straws were the most PFA-filled, with a 90% of paper straws containing the chemicals. Bamboo straws — another highly-touted green alternative — came in second with 80%, followed by 75% of plastic straws, 40% of glass straws, and none in steel straws.

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I never thought I’d see the day, but Adam Sandler’s new Netflix movie “You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah”, has debuted with a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Part of the actor/producer’s deal with the streaming giant, the coming-of-age comedy stars Sandler’s real-life daughter Sunny as ‘Stacy Friedman’, who dreams of having an epic bat mitzvah with her best friend Lydia. Things get sour when Stacy sees Lydia kissing her school crush, with middle-school drama ensuing. Critics are hailing the film as a fresh tale of friendship that has the potential to become iconic for younger audiences. Though the Rotten Tomatoes score may change as more reviews come in, at last check, it was at 100%.

Barbie” is officially the highest-grossing movie of the year in North America — and an animated show is coming. Greta Gerwig’s fantasy-comedy, starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, has generated $575.4 million at the domestic box office, overtaking previous champion, “The Super Mario Bros. Movie,” by about $1.4 million. “Barbie” has grossed $1.3 billion globally and will soon surpass “Mario” ($1.35 billion) as the biggest worldwide release of 2023 as well. It has also been announced that Mattel and Netflix are teaming up on the new animated series “Barbie: A Touch of Magic”, debuting Sept. 14 on the streamer.

Kevin Hart has revealed he’s forced to use a wheelchair these days, after trying to race former NFL running back Stevan Ridley. In an Instagram video, he says he: “Tore my lower abdomen, my abductors are torn — I don’t even know what that is, but I tore ’em. … I can’t walk!” The 44-year-old rolled himself in the wheelchair for the camera, explaining that he “tried to jump out there and do some young stuff” Hart said his injuries stemmed from a “debate” with the retired New England Patriots player over “who is faster.” LINK:

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A report says that scientists have found a way to successfully hack the human brain to obtain personal data.

Research shows that couples who use marijuana are less likely to engage in domestic violence.

It’s full sail ahead for the cargo ship Pyxis Ocean. The vessel, now on its maiden voyage from China to Brazil, is outfitted with WindWings sails, which are 123-feet tall and made of the same material as wind turbines. It is the first real-world test of the sails, which are designed to cut fuel consumption. Because the ship does not rely solely on an engine, the sails could reduce save 3.3 tons of fuel per day, and reduce its lifetime emissions by 30%. The shipping industry generates about 837 million ton of carbon dioxide per year, and wind power “can make a difference” as the world awaits new clean energy sources, says Dr. Simon Bullock, shipping researcher at the University of Manchester’s Tyndall Center.

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The average can of cat food has the nutritional equivalent of 5 mice.

When glass breaks, the cracks move faster than 3,000 miles per hour.

To lose one pound of fat, you need to walk at least 35 miles [56km] (briskly).

The opposite of “cross-eyed” is “wall-eyed”.

Doctors in the 1700s prescribed ladybugs, taken internally, to cure measles.

It is impossible to imagine a new color.


Question: 33% of wedding DJ’s say that they have seen THIS at a wedding. What is it?

Answer: A fist fight

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A Georgia man has been arrested for stealing his neighbor’s . . . front porch. Robin Swanger is facing a felony charge after allegedly somehow moving and taking ownership of an 8X10-foot porch from a property near his, which he says he thought was abandoned. Investigators claim “no trespassing” signs were posted in the yard where the wooden porch was stolen.

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My 5YO woke me up this morning to tell me she’s upset because her 1YO sibling woke her up. Is this the circle of life I keep hearing about? – My Life As Dad

Took my 8yo to the museum and she asked if every picture was the Mona Lisa then when we left she made sure to tell the people in line “don’t bother, this museum doesn’t even have the Mona Lisa”. – I Hide From My Kids

I don’t normally like to brag about expensive trips but I just got back from the grocery store, getting gas, and signing my kids up for fall sports. – One Awkward Mom

PTA room mom: We need some volunteers for the class par— Me: PLATES AND NAPKINS! – Julie Burton

I put the principal’s name down as the emergency contact on my kid’s back to school forms, since he can respond fastest without missing work – Real Life Mommy

The day my toddler started asking “what’s that?” was the day I realized how little I know about everything. – MumofTwo

My kid came home, poured some skittles into a wine glass, and flung himself onto the couch, so I guess he had a rough day. – meghan

Parenthood is so crazy. We’re really out here getting bullied by the people we made. – Marcy G

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Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It is already tomorrow in Australia.” ~ Charles M. Schulz

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Veteran Who Lost His Legs And Suffered A Brain Injury Gifted Mortgage-Free Home Through Gary Sinise Foundation

Show Notes for Wednesday, August 30, 2023

Today we visit with the super funny Craig Ferguson, a multiple Grammy nominated, Peabody and Emmy Award-winning actor, writer, producer, director and comedian with a diverse career that encompasses film, television and the stage. He is a New York Times bestselling author and has recorded numerous stand-up specials for Netflix, Epix, Comedy Central and Amazon. The wildly popular Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson ran on CBS for ten years and remains a cult favorite on YouTube racking up millions of views every year on fan posted bootleg clips. (like this one – where Craig talks about his sobriety

His new audio program JOY is making people smile

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August 30

International Day Of The Victims Of Enforced Disappearance

International Whale Shark Day

National Beach Day

National Grief Awareness Day

National Toasted Marshmallow Day

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A new study has found that playing a musical instrument as a child could have mental benefits later in life. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh determined that musicians do better on cognitive ability tests as adults aged 70-82 than those who never played an instrument. Why? The scientists aren’t sure, but it’s believed that the abilities it takes to play an instrument, such as reading sheet music and coordinating hand movements, can strengthen neural connections in the brain and overall brain function.

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The average ticket price to see superstar soccer player Lionel Messi’s first regular season Major League Soccer game was US$483. Messi’s appearance against the New York Red Bulls sent ticket prices nearly 1,000% higher than normal for the MLS team, whose tickets usually sell for an average of $46.

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Angelina Jolie is flipping the bird to someone. Her tattoo artist revealed the actress got a mystery tattoo on both of her middle fingers — and fans are having a field day guessing at what it could say. Mr. K, who works at the celebrity-loved Bang Bang shop in New York, shared a snap on Instagram of Jolie’s fingers with the fresh ink blurred out, to keep her new design hidden. He tagged Jolie, writing: “Still can’t believe that I actually grabbed her hand and tattooed her,” and asking followers to “Guess what she got on her palm?” The guesses started coming in hot, with references to her ex-Brad Pitt the most popular option.
Angelina Jolie’s highly-speculated-about mystery tattoo design has been revealed, after tattoo artist Mr. K teased her mysterious middle finger art on Instagram. Mr. K left fans wondering if it was a reference to her ex-husband, Brad Pitt. But paparazzi pics taken earlier this week show that the tat isn’t a direct message to her ex-husband at all, but rather a small dagger designed to look like it’s piercing her skin. And now, Mr. K has clarified that her ink was “NOTHING” related to Pitt. The “Hackers” star has been a longtime lover of sharp symbols and has her own an extensive knife collection.

Kim Kardashian is here to haunt your dreams, dolls. In the first teaser for “American Horror Story: Delicate part one”, the SKIMS mogul portrays one spooky mother. Set to ‘Rock-a-Bye, Baby’, the preview shows Kardashian cradling a baby bump before her stomach turns into a terrifying spider with long legs wrapping around her body. Meanwhile, co-star Emma Roberts is seen lying on her back in an exam room, screaming as she readies to give birth. The creepy video also flashes images of a pregnant belly, a lone cradle in a dark room, and Cara Delevingne holding a syringe. Part one of American Horror Story: Delicate premieres Sept. 20 on FX. LINK:

The upcoming “Frasier” revival series, starring Kelsey Grammer, has an official premiere date. The show will debut on Thursday, Oct. 12, on Paramount+. The revival series “follows Frasier Crane in the next chapter of his life as he returns to Boston with new challenges to face, new relationships to forge and an old dream or two to finally fulfill.” In addition to Grammer , Peri Gilpin returns as Crane’s former radio producer ‘Roz’, as well as Bebe Neuwirth, who played Crane’s ex-wife and colleague ‘Dr. Lilith Sternin’ on “Cheers”. Some first-look pics from the new series have also been released. LINK:

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Starbucks has donated used coffee grounds and old pastries for research, to see whether they could be used in a biofuel.

A study shows drinking a lot of beer doesn’t give you a beer gut.

You’ve seen it play out a million times: You and your significant other spend the evening together – but apart. One is on the phone or tablet. The other is watching TV or playing video games. Or maybe one is reading, while the other finishes up some work on the laptop. Is there wedge in your relationship? Quite the opposite. According to psychologists, enjoying separate things, while physically together – known as “parallel play” – can actually strengthen your relationship with your partner. In an article, psychotherapist Sarah Breen told Well + Good that parallel play “can facilitate both increased independence and closeness between partners”. How? Parallel play isn’t about being independent of one another, it’s about getting to be yourself and enjoying what brings you pleasure, while knowing your partner is right there if you happen to need them — or want to talk about what you are doing.

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Wind doesn’t make a sound until it blows against an object.
Rainbows are actually circular. We don’t typically see a full circle rainbow because the Earth’s horizon blocks the lower part.
✓ There are more Lego minifigures than there are people on Earth.
✓ Tablecloths were originally meant to be used as towels with which dinner guests could wipe their hands and faces after eating.


Question: On average, we end up throwing away a quarter of this product. What is it?

Answer: Bread

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A small town in France has gone viral for marking a busy intersection with overlapping white lines in order to confuse motorists Рand force them to slow down. The town of Bauné is home to about 1,700 people, but it deals with heavy traffic on a daily basis, because of its location near 2 major roads. Some of the roughly 2,300 vehicles that pass through every day reach speeds of over 100 km/h (60mph), even though the town has clearly marked speed limit signs of 30 km/h (18mph). So, local authorities came up with the idea of using confusing road markings in the form of overlapping continuous lines. And it worked!

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Here are the 7 practices that lead to sustained happiness and good health, according to an 85-year Harvard study.

1. Not smoking

2. Avoiding alcohol abuse

3. Maintaining a healthy body weight

4. Exercising daily

5. Adopting an adaptive coping style: The Harvard study explained: “This means that you have good conflict-resolution practices.”

6. Fostering a growth mindset: The course added: “Invest in education or the practices of lifelong learning.”

7. Maintaining stable, long-term friendships and loving relationships

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My favorite machine at the gym is the vending machine.” ~ Caroline Rhea

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Foster Dog Saves Sleeping Family Of 5 From Houseboat Fire

Show Notes for Tuesday, August 29, 2023

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE OR HERE

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August 29

National Sport Sampling Day

National Lemon Juice Day

International Day Against Nuclear Tests

According To Hoyle Day

National Chop Suey Day

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Handing your baby a phone or tablet to occupy them might seem like a harmless solution when you’re busy, but it could affect their development, says a new study. Having 1-4 hours of screen time per day at age 1 is linked with higher risks of delays in communication, fine motor, problem-solving and personal and social skills by age 2, according to a study of 7,100 children published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. The researchers say the potential harms of screen time on communication skills may come from the fact that while they may hear a lot of words while viewing a screen, “they’re not practicing saying a lot of words or having a lot of that back-and-forth interaction.”

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TikTok’s official catapult into e-commerce, the TikTok Shop, fully rolled out in the US this month. It lets TikTok users purchase anything under the ‘fashion’ or ‘life-hack’ sun, from the comfort of their “For You” Pages. The social media app is aiming to sell more than $20 billion in products through TikTok Shop by the end of the year. But here’s the thing: TikTok has been accused of boosting videos that sell products through the new feature, which are marked with an orange shopping cart icon. The pickle sweatshirt, for example, is suddenly all over people’s screens, despite having been around since January. Now it’s easier than ever to fall into the #tiktokmademebuyit trap.


The Golden Bachelor” finally has a premiere date. The new addition to the “Bachelor” franchise, this one revolving around Gerry Turner finding a second shot at love, will premiere Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. ET. That’s a change from the network’s previously announced schedule, which had “The Golden Bachelor” premiering on Mondays after “Dancing with the Stars.” In the revised lineup, the new spinoff will be followed by “Bachelor in Paradise”. A premiere date for “Dancing with the Stars” is expected to be shared soon.

Movie lovers have a great reason to go to the theater this weekend. Sunday is National Cinema Day, when movie houses across North America will celebrate the joys of moviegoing with $4 tickets for every show. The event is mounted each year by the Movie Theatre Association of Canada, in partnership with the US-based Cinema Foundation. Over 3,000 venues will participate in National Cinema Day, with movies showing on over 30,000 screens across both countries.

Amber Heard will not face criminal charges in Australia. Prosecutors have dropped their case against her regarding a 2015 incident when she brought her 2 dogs into the country while visiting Johnny Depp, her husband at the time. She was accused of lying about how her Yorkshire terriers named Pistol and Boo — got into Australia, which has strict biosecurity regulations. Heard had pled guilty to providing false immigration documentation when the dogs were flown in on a private jet. The illegal import of dogs carries a potential 10-year prison sentence.

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You might feel like you’re all “on fleek” (or whatever term the kids are using these days) when you’re wearing your stylish Apple Watch or Fitbit, but scientists say there is a good chance it is covered in harmful bacteria. Researchers from Florida Atlantic University tested plastic, rubber, cloth, leather, and metal (gold and silver) wristbands, and found that 95% of them were contaminated with some kind of dangerous bacteria. Want more details? 85% were found with Staphylococcus spp — which causes staph infections, 60% had E. coli bacteria — and 30% carried potentially deadly Pseudomonas spp. These bacteria can lead to things like pneumonia and blood infections.

I love this! Research shows that petting other people’s dogs can improve your well-being. According to accumulating findings, human-dog contact increases the production of oxytocin (the “love hormone”) while reducing the production of cortisol (the primary stress hormone). And you only need 5-20 minutes of interaction with other people’s (friendly) dogs to reduce stress and boost your health. And it’s not just us. Scientists report they observe the same response in dogs, when we shower them with affection.

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There are 12 times more trees on Earth than stars in the Milky Way.

The fedora hat was originally made for women.

The most successful pirate in history was a woman.

The wealthy in Russia sometimes hire fake ambulances instead of taxis for a faster and more convenient way of getting to a destination.

The world’s shortest escalator, at a mall in Japan, has a vertical height of 2’8” (81cm). It has 5 steps and takes 8 seconds to ride.


Question: 55% of guys admit they’ve gotten jealous about THIS.

Answer: The size of a friend’s TV.

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Did you hear the one about the comedy festival award for best joke? If not, you’re about to. Over the weekend, the annual Edinburgh Fringe Festival was held, and the panel of judges have announced the funniest one-liner at this year’s event. Now, I don’t to oversell it, but the gag was singled out from 3,525 shows, which were held across 248 venues, to be bestowed the coveted “Funniest Joke of Fringe” award. After a panel of judges made a shortlist of the top 10 side splitters, over 2,000 people then voted on which joke was best. The “Zookeeper” joke, told by comedian Lorna Rose Treen, took an astounding 44% of the vote, so you know it’s gotta be good, right? Right???? Here it is: “I started dating a zookeeper, but it turned out he was a cheetah.”

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Some wise-guy used AI to create “The Most Unhinged State Fair Food imaginable”, and I don’t think I’ll ever be the same…

Buffalo Blue Cheese Funnel Cake: Funnel cake batter infused with blue cheese crumbles and shredded buffalo meat, fried until golden, and drizzled with hot sauce and ranch dressing.

Cheese Curd Fondue Fountain: Deep-fried pretzels and cheese curds dipped into a flowing fountain of pure Wisconsin cheddar cheese.

Cotton Candy Corn Dogs: A fluffy cotton candy core wrapped in a crispy corn dog batter, deep-fried, and served on a stick, then smothered in flavored icing and sprinkles.

Sweet ‘n’ Spicy Spaghetti Donuts: Spaghetti rings mixed with spicy marinara and cheese, then deep-fried and topped with Parmesan and more marinara for dipping.

Pickle Sundae: Vanilla soft serve garnished with dill pickle slices, drenched in a tangy-sweet pickle syrup, and topped with pickle-flavored whipped cream.

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All right everyone, line up alphabetically according to your height.” ~ Casey Stengel

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Bachelor Party Rescues Missing Dog From Mud By Minnesota River

Show Notes for Monday, August 28, 2023

This #MovieStarMonday we visit
with actor, writer, and director David Henry. He's noted for playing Ted Mosby's future son Luke on How I Met Your Mother and Justin Russo in Wizards of Waverly Place (with Selena Gomez) as well as starring in the films Little Boy and Walt Before Mickey plus much more!

We'll talk about his newest project “Underdeveoped” which will premiere globally September 8 on Fox Entertainment’s free streaming service Tubi.

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August 28

International Read Comics In Public Day

National Thoughtful Day

National Red Wine Day

National Power Rangers Day

National Bow Tie Day

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

National Cherry Turnover Day

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Remember when if you saw someone watching TV with the subtitles turned on, you immediately assumed they were hard of hearing? Well, that’s not the case any longer. Possibly thanks to the fact that TikTok has helped normalize captions for young media consumers, a UK survey found that 80% of people aged 18-25 “use subtitles all or part of the time” when watching TV. And a poll of TV viewers in the US found that 70% of Gen Z respondents rely on captions “most of the time” compared to only 35% of Baby Boomers [those 59-77].

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If your child plays football, and you’re worried about concussions, don’t let them play quarterback. Researchers at Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center and Penn State University came up with a system to rate which positions face the highest risk of brain injury through brain biomarkers, and determined the chance of sustaining a concussion to be much higher for players in “speed positions” such as quarterbacks, wide receivers, defensive backs, running backs…“and other players who build up momentum prior to tackling…or being tackled, compared to non-speed positions like offensive and defensive linemen who engage other players before significant momentum can be generated.”

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Drew Barrymore faced a scary situation on Monday night. The daytime TV personality hosted a Q&A with singer Rene√© Rapp in New York when the event was interrupted by a man rushing the stage. Video posted to TikTok showed Barrymore and Rapp caught off guard by the man, who shouted “You know who I am…I need to see you at some point while you’re in New York.” He was swiftly blocked by security as the pair were escorted off the stage to safety. They later returned to the stage, after the man was removed. The original TikTok post alleged that the man who rushed the stage was a known stalker, though that has not been confirmed. LINK:

Sylvester Stallone is set to deliver a keynote speech at the Toronto Film Festival as part of the “In Conversation With…” series where the “Rocky” and “Rambo” writer-actor-director will discuss his long Hollywood career. The action icon’s discussion of his film industry longevity coincides with “Sly”, Stallone’s career-spanning documentary for Netflix from director Thom Zimny, being tapped to close TIFF on Sept. 16 with a glitzy world premiere at Roy Thomson Hall. The Toronto Film Festival will run Sept. 7-17.

The mirror ball is back! The first poster and promo have been unveiled for season 32 of “Dancing with the Stars”, with host Alfonso Ribeiro and new co-host Julianne Hough. In March, it was announced that Hough will be joining the show as co-host, taking over from Tyra Banks. In a video promo for the new season, Ribeiro and Hough show off their dance movies, as an announcer promises “a new spin” on the reality competition. Since the vid was posted, it has been announced that “Bachelorette” star Charity Lawson will appear as a for the upcoming 32nd season. LINK:

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The very thought was laughable just a few years ago, but Gen Z has canceled the fan-favorite acronym “LOL”. Instead, the slang-savvy generation has coined a more complicated term: “IJBOL”. Guessed it yet? It means “I just burst out laughing.” Admittedly, IJBOL isn’t quite as catchy as millennial terms like “LMAO” “ROFL” or “LOL”, but “IJBOL” — pronounced “eej-bowl” is more closely associated with “Gen Z humor”, which , if you ask any Gen Zer, is funnier.

Honest Paws is offering up a job that pays $100 an hour – for dogs. The pet wellness company is looking for canines that can be ambassadors for its peanut butter. The job description includes strutting about local dog parks, canine events, and pet stores, as well as “showing off your love for our yummy Honest Paws Peanut Butter”, and being “the star of live treat-tasting shows.” Job requirements include “bark-tastic social skills” and a tail that “won’t stop wagging.” Successful applicants must also have a human who can accompany them to events, and help with “tricky stuff” — like opening peanut butter jars. Applications close on September 1. LINK:

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Wearing headphones for an hour can increase the bacteria in your ear by 700%.

Only one out of every 3 people has 20/20 vision.

The flashes of colored light you see when you rub your eyes are called “phosphenes.”

Disney World is roughly the same size as San Francisco (43 square miles).


Question: Men spend about 42 minutes more on THIS task each week than women do. What is it?

Answer: Eating

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Eggo Waffles has introduced a new brunch-flavored liqueur. The waffle-maker partnered with Sugarlands Distilling on the new boozy concoction, called “Eggo Brunch in a Jar Appalachian Sippin’ Cream”. The taste is inspired by the “classic brunch flavors of toasted Eggo waffles, sweet maple syrup, and rich butter, with a hint of smoky bacon.” The drink contains 20% alcohol, so you won’t be serving it to your kids for breakfast, but the companies say it pairs quite nicely with Eggo waffles. LINK:

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Some wise-guy used AI to create “The Most Unhinged State Fair Food imaginable”, and I don’t think I’ll ever be the same…

Root Beer Float Ravioli: Semisweet pastry raviolis filled with vanilla gelato and smothered in root beer–cherry syrup. (Tell me more…)

Cornhusker Candy Corn: Homemade candy corn infused with sweet corn flavor and dusted with sea salt.

Spicy Unicorn Horns: Rainbow-colored twisted breadsticks, sprinkled with spicy “unicorn” seasoning and served with a magical color-changing slushy.

Biscuit and Gravy Ice Cream Sandwich: Butter pecan–flavored ice cream with swirls of savory white gravy, served on a warm vanilla biscuit and topped with chunks of fried sausage and pecans. (OK, so we’ve got breakfast covered…)

The Churroctopus: An octopus-shaped churro where each tentacle has a different flavor: chocolate, caramel, strawberry, matcha, blueberry, coconut, almond, and cinnamon sugar.

Pecan Pie Poppers: Miniature pecan pies deep-fried and drizzled with bourbon caramel.

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Men marry women with the hope they will never change. Women marry men with the hope they will change. Invariably they are both disappointed. ”~ Albert Einstein

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Louisiana Girl Embarks On Nationwide Journey, Spreading Love One Hug At A Time With Police Officers.