Content for Wednesday, Sept 1



Woman Uses PowerPoint Presentation To Reveal To Her Parents That She Is A STRIPPER

A woman in Portland used a PowerPoint presentation to break the news to her parents that she works at a strip clup, and posted it to TikTok. The woman put together the slideshow for her mother and father that detailed various aspects of her job as a stripper… from the “sex-positive” environment at her club to the large sums of money she has been making. She concludes, “[It is] one of the funnest jobs I've ever had. And I don't want you to worry and that why I have the FAQs. There's no reason why I didn't tell you, I just didn't really get around to it.” Although her father's response was not included in the video she posted a comment on the clip to reveal that the only question he asked was “How much money you making?”




Study: Men Who Mumble are a Turn-On for Women?


A new study finds that men who don’t speak very clearly may actually have an edge when it comes to dating. Scientists with the American Institute of Physics say males who speak less clearly (or mumble) tend to be more attractive to the opposite sex because women see it as a sign of masculinity. On the opposite side, men find precise pronunciation alluring because it signifies femininity. Through experiments with vocal samples, the research team discovered women actually like mumbling, contrary to popular belief.



"What's The Correct Response When Your Girlfriend/SO Asks "What Am I Out Of Ten?"


Reddit user u/chummy_jimmy asks: "What's the correct response... when your girlfriend/so asks "what am I out of ten?"? Replies include: "You're one in a million babe". "I laugh and tell her she knows damn well she breaks the scale." ..."Only time this is an acceptable comment." "We're both low 5s." .."But together we're a 10!" "I used to think you were a 10, but that can't be true because you get more beautiful every time I see you." "9.7. You gain 0.3 when you kiss me, surprisingly enough." "You're immeasurable."


Toilet Paper Disappearing From Some Store Shelves… Again

Some shoppers are buying up all the toilet paper – again. This brings back distressing memories of spring 2020 and the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Demand for toilet paper skyrocketed as Americans were faced with a possibly lengthy stay-at-home future. This latest rebound in toilet paper demand comes as the delta variant drives COVID-19 cases and deaths up across the U.S., with some folks foreseeing another lockdown. Many Americans have used up their stockpiles and some have begun buying again in bulk. Manufacturers of toilet tissue say they are responding to the latest increase in demand. Kimberly-Clark, which makes Cottonelle and Scott toilet tissue, and Kleenex, "is monitoring the situation closely, and working hard to produce more toilet paper and other essential paper products to best meet consumer needs." Georgia-Pacific, which makes Angel Soft and Quilted Northern toilet paper as well as Brawny and Sparkle paper towels, "continues to produce toilet paper and towels 24/7 across our system."



Mac And Cheese Ice Cream Is Coming Back


Mac and cheese ice cream was so popular, Kraft is bringing back the combination as part of a partnership with Van Leeuwen Ice Cream. The concoction was originally made available last month to honor National Mac & Cheese Month. The frozen treat is available for $12 a pint on Van Leeuwen's website, where you can purchase. But customers are limited to only two pints per order "so that everyone gets to try it."



Pumpkin Spice Spiked Seltzer Hits Shelves Sept. 6


Bud Light is releasing a pumpkin spice seltzer on Monday (September 6th). The beverage includes a blend of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla flavors that the company describes as “literally the taste of fall.” The new drink will be part of a variety pack that also features toasted marshmallow, maple pear and returning favorite apple crisp.



Business in The Front, Party in The Back: Tennessee Man Has The Best Mullet in The Country


Clint Duncan from Knoxville, Tenn. was crowned the winner of the USA Mullet Championship. After 10 days of voting and over 100,000 votes, Clint took home the top prize. This is Clint's second mullet contest he has entered. He has grown his Classic 80s mullet for a year. He said the key to starting a mullet is growing your hair to your shoulders, cutting off the sides. Duncan said he started growing out his mullet during the COVID-19 pandemic. He said he will change up the style from time to time to keep it interesting.



Horror Movies Remain One Of The Most Profitable Genres At The Box Office


Even during the pandemic, horror movies remain very popular at the box office. Movie theaters have struggled to sustain momentum since reopening last year but that’s not the case for Hollywood’s 2021 horror films. For example, “Candyman” took the top spot taking in $22 million over the weekend. And with smaller budgets compared with other genres, horror films don’t have to make as much at the box office in order to turn a profit.


Percentage Of Americans Who Say They Won't Get Vaccinated Drops To Record Low In New Poll


The percentage of Americans who say they will never get vaccinated against the coronavirus is at an all-time low. Researchers found 20% of Americans said they either are not very likely or not likely at all to receive a vaccine. That’s down from a combined 34% in March and 23% two-weeks ago. The factors leading to the drop include a surge in delta variant cases, the return of children to schools in recent days and the FDA granting full approval for the Pfizer vaccine.



Short-Staffed Restaurants' Solution? 14-Year-Olds


With fast food restaurants across America short of workers, many are trying to attract younger employees. A sign at an Ohio Burger King read: "Do you have a 14 or 15-year-old? Do they need a job?? We will hire them.” A McDonald's in Medford, Oregon, recently hung a large banner outside inviting 14- and 15-year-olds to apply. The operator of that McDonald's says the young workers have been "a blessing in disguise. They have the drive and work ethic, they get the technology. They catch on really quickly." She says the banner resulted in about 25 applications over two weeks. A recent study found that turnover rates for limited-service restaurant jobs hit an all-time high of 144% this year. Researchers say restaurant workers are being lured away by jobs with better pay and more consistent schedule.


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Woman Uses PowerPoint To Reveals She's A Stripper To Her Parents


  1. She is seen sitting her parents down in front of large screen that features a picture of her alongside the words 'Today I reveal to you a secret'. Here's the moment she told them.


John Schneider Studios Damaged During Hurricane Ida, He Asks for Help


  1. John Schneider sent a video message to fans asking for help. The 'Dukes of Hazzard' star's movie/TV spot in Holden, LA was torn up this week as Ida continues to rip through the area. Among the casualties on his property was a massive tree that crashed down onto his orange "General Lee" stunt car.

Biden Says Kabul Evacuation Was An 'Extraordinary Success'


  1. President Biden on Tuesday said the troop withdrawal from Kabul that left 13 US service members dead was an 'extraordinary success' and blamed Donald Trump and local soldiers for the mess in Afghanistan and the Taliban takeover.



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