STUDY: Working From Home Results In Lots Of Drinking And Porn
According to a new study… working from home has led to lots of drinking and porn. Forbes compiled a ton of data from different studies to examine how working from home has impacted people. They found that Americans drank heavily, smoked large amounts of weed, played video games, ate lots of junk food and watched television, Netflix and porn more than ever before.
Single Mom Launches 'Boys To Men' Workshop To Help Other Single Moms Teach Their Sons Life Skills
A single mom in Indiana launched a workshop to help other single moms teach their sons life skills. The woman founded the nonprofit organization Single Parent Connection Inc. in 2018 as a way to help other struggling single parents as they raised their children. But she recently launched a Boys to Men workshop series based on her own experiences raising her son who is now 18. Each session will focus on specific life skills that she believes are traditionally "passed down from a father to their son," such as properly fastening a tie and shaving.
Over Half Of Americans Say A Perfect Playlist Is A Road Trip Essential
Over half of Americans say the perfect playlist is an essential for a road trip. Researchers surveyed 2,000 Americans and found that 60% create a specific playlist to set the mood for a road trip. And 35% say they would actually be willing to "turn the car around" if they don't have everything they need to rock out to their music of choice. Popular songs for road trips includ "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd with 39%, "Hotel California" by The Eagles with 29% and "Life is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane with 27%.
TikToker Claims Underboob ‘Hack’ Got Her Free Disney Merch
A popular TikToker claims she was able to score free merchandise at Disney World in Orlando, Florida by showing off her assets. Amanda DiMeo posted a video about her “new Disney hack,” revealing how she got a $75 shirt for free while at the Magic Kingdom recently. She explains, “If you’re wearing a shirt that shows a little underboob, they’ll write you a ticket when you first enter Magic Kingdom — I’m not sure about the other parks — but they’ll write you a ticket so you can get a free shirt at the nearest gift shop." “I just got a $75 T-shirt just because I was wearing a shirt that was exposing my underboob a little bit. So yeah, if you want free Disney shirts, that’s the hack.” DiMeo ends the video modeling the free merchandise with a voiceover and caption, “Ok but it’s so cute and if it’s free it’s for me. thank u Disney.” In just over a week, the video has amassed 5 million likes and 128,700 shares, with most of DiMeo’s viewers applauding her score, with comments like “take advantage of misogyny,” “sis got dress-coded but Disney got finessed” and “dress-coded but add magic.” The Disney website states that the company “reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate.” The site list several examples of “inappropriate attire” including “clothing which, by nature, exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment.”
"What SONG Do You Think Will Still Be Popular in 100 Years?"
Reddit user u/pancakelife asks: "What song do you think will still be popular in 100 years?" Replies include: "'Symphony #9' - Beethoven, his music is already over 100 years old, and it's likely to stay relevant later..." -- "'The 9th symphony' was premiered in 1824. So almost 200 years exactly." "'Staying Alive' will be the one Disco song that makes it." "'What A Wonderful World' by Louis Armstrong." "'We Will Rock You' by Queen." -- "We are the Champions!" -- "And 'Bohemian Rhapsody'." "The 'Alphabet Song'. Unless aliens implement some other sound based alphabet." "'YMCA'." "'Cotton Eye Joe.'" "Toto-'Africa'." "'Stairway to Heaven'. Its already past the 50 year mark and is still voted the number 1 rock song every year." "Amazing Grace" "'Yesterday' - The Beatles." "Lee Greenwood- 'God Bless The U.S.A.'" "Moonlight Sonata." "Happy Birthday."
Couple Hides Cash in Baby Products
Some new parents who bought baby products at Target stores in the Los Angeles area might have found a pleasant surprise when they got back home: cash. An area couple played Good Samaritans by tucking a total of about $1,000 in cash into various infant products, like under the lids of formula cans, or inside boxes of diapers. The couple said, ”When we had our first child ... we struggled to make ends meet, just like most new parents. We really wanted to make things a little easier.” They are hoping the good deed inspires copy-cat acts elsewhere.
'Friends' Reunion: Schwimmer's 'Major Crush' On Aniston, Gaga Sings "Smelly Cat" and More Revealed
The “Friends” reunion had some special guests and revealed several secrets about the show including David Schwimmer had a “major crush” on Jennifer Aniston. Schwimmer said, "The first season I had a major crush on Jen" which she affirms "was reciprocated." But he added they “never crossed that boundary." And while shooting Season 3 episode "The One Where No One's Ready" Matt LeBlanc's shoulder came out of its socket. He was taken to the hospital and fitted with a sling, which was written into the show. As for the special guests, Lady Gaga dressed in a Phoebe-inspired ensemble and joined Kudrow's performance of Phoebe's hit, "Smelly Cat." Model Cara Delevingne wore Rachel's pink bridesmaid dress from her former fiancé's wedding with its skirt tucked into red underpants, Cindy Crawford rocked Ross' steamy black leather pants while Justin Bieber wore Ross' unrecognizable Halloween costume Sputnik as he danced down the runway. MORE: Matthew Perry: Fans already know that he had his difficulties with substance abuse even back during the show, notably fluctuating in weight in response to his sobriety. In the reunion, he admitted to another behavior he now knows wasn't good for him, either. It came when the cast was talking about how they fed from that live audience experience. Courteney Coxremembered how she would challenge herself to get a bigger laugh after a line went over well. Perry said, "To me, I felt like I was gonna die if they didn’t laugh. It’s not healthy, for sure, but I would sometimes say a line and they wouldn’t laugh and I would sweat and just, like, go into convulsions. If I didn’t get the laugh I was supposed to get, I would freak out." The rest of his cast-mates looked at him with a sadness at how much pressure that must have been to carry for a decade. Lisa Kudrow replied, "You didn't tell us that. I don't remember you ever saying that." "Oh yeah," he said. "I felt like that every single night." Matt LeBlanc again put on all of Chandler's clothes at once -- and did the lunges -- and Tom Selleckdropped by to ask a trivia question of his own.
Ratings, Polling Don’t Help Aaron Rodgers’ Case to Host "Jeopardy!"
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers enjoyed his two-week stint as guest host of "Jeopardy!", more-so that TV viewers. Rodgers’ ratings during his two-week run trail those generated by "Jeopardy!" master contestant Ken Jennings and executive producer Mike Richards. Jennings, in a four-week run, averaged more than 10 million viewers per show for three of his six weeks, and between 9.75 million and 9.9 million for the other three. Richards generated 9.895 million viewers for one of his two weeks, and 9.729 million for the other. Rodgers attracted 9.193 million viewers per show for his first week and 9.081 million viewers per show for his second week. Katie Couric’s first week drew more viewers than Rodgers’ second week. Others — Dr. Oz, Bill Whitaker, and Anderson Cooper — landed at 8.51 million viewers per show and lower. The lowest week came from Cooper; for April 26 through April 30, Cooper drew an average of 7.75 million viewers. Also, a CivicScience study published this week shows that 22 percent of "Jeopardy!" fans want Jennings to be the permanent host, and that 16 percent want Rodgers. The other options are “significantly behind.”
In Theaters This Weekend-- OPENING IN WIDE RELEASE: “A Quiet Place Part II” and Disney’s “Cruella”
“A Quiet Place Part II” and Disney’s “Cruella” are expected to heat up an ice-cold box office and kick off a delayed summer movie season. “A Quiet Place Part II” The sequel to 2018’s “A Quiet Place,” starring Emily Blunt and directed by her husband John Krasinski, is expected to pull ahead of its competition. The nearly silent film is on track to collect $30 million over the weekend and $36 million through the Memorial Day holiday on Monday. “Cruella” A live-action origin story about the famous fur-loving villain from “101 Dalmatians,” isn’t having a traditional theatrical release. It will also be available on Disney Plus Premium Access, where subscribers can pay an extra $30 to rent the film. Many box office prognosticators believe the film will collect around $17 million and $23 million between Friday and Sunday and could make above $30 million through Monday.
More Giveaways For The Vaccinated: California Tops Them All With $116.5M In 'Prize Money'
Californians will be eligible for $116.5 million in prize money for getting coronavirus shots. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the giveaway aimed at getting millions more vaccinated before the nation's most populous state fully reopens next month. California isn't the first state to offer vaccine prizes, though its pot of money is the largest, and so is themost valuable single prize: $1.5 million. The state's reopening is pegged for June 15, and on that day a drawing will be held to award 10 vaccinated people the top prize. Another 30 people will win $50,000 each with those drawings starting June 4. Anyone 12 and older who has received at least one shot will be eligible. And the next 2 million people who get vaccinated will get $50 gift cards. The state estimates about 12 million Californians 12 and older have not been vaccinated. About 63% of the 34 million eligible have gotten shots, though the pace has slowed markedly in recent weeks as infection rates have plummeted.
Bigfoot Bounty of $3 Million Announced by Lawmaker
An Oklahoma state representative has announced a $3 million bounty for anyone who is able to safely capture the creature known as Bigfoot. Representative Justin Humphrey announced the bounty during a special presentation on the Oklahoma Senate floor on Wednesday. Humphrey said that a film crew will be documenting attempts to find the mythical creature over a 6-month period. The tentative airdate for the series is January 2022. He said, "It's not hunt by the way, we don't hunt Bigfoot, nobody wants to harm Bigfoot, we want to do a live humane capture of Bigfoot. We are wanting the whole world to come to Southeastern Oklahoma and to the state of Oklahoma and get involved in our bounty." It appears that the bounty is being put up privately, not by the state. Humphry tried to get the state to offer up a bounty of $25,000 to help boost tourism, but the bill didn’t pass.