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The 10 Little Things That Make a Bad Day Better

]What little things make a bad day better?  I mean, besides cocaine.  How come you’re ALWAYS bringing up cocaine? A new survey found 90% of people think it’s the LITTLE things that can make a bad day better.  Here are the top 10 . . .

1.  Doing a good deed for someone.

 

2.  Having a stranger do a random act of kindness for you.

 

3.  Finding a bargain.

 

4.  Getting a spontaneous hug.

 

5.  Getting a compliment from a stranger.

 

6.  A car stopping so you can cross the street.

 

7.  Being greeted by your pet.

 

8.  Getting a handwritten letter.

 

9.  Hearing a good song on the radio.

 

10.  A stranger saying hello.

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A Woman Broadcast Her Drunk Driving Live on Periscope

If you aren’t familiar with Periscope, it’s a new app from Twitter that lets you stream live video broadcasts of whatever you’re doing.  And based on what happened here, we really mean “WHATEVER you’re doing.” 23-year-old Whitney Beall of Lakeland, Florida was driving home DRUNK on Saturday night, and broadcasted her ride LIVE on Periscope. And she wasn’t trying to hide it.  She opened up her broadcast by saying, quote, “I’m driving home drunk.  Let’s see if I get a DUI.  In the U.S.A., people!  Let’s see if I can get a DUI.  I don’t think I will.  I really don’t.” Well . . . she was wrong.  Several people called 911 to report her, and a cop in Lakeland went on Periscope to track Whitney down. By the time they caught up with her she’d already blown out a tire by hitting a sign . . . and when she tried to pull over she hopped a curb.She was arrested for drunk driving.  And that’s exactly what she didn’t want to happen, because as she said during her broadcast, quote, “I really don’t want to get a ticket . . . a DUI costs so much more than what I’m worth.”

 

The Top Ten Things People Steal From Hotel Rooms

The sixth-most common thing people steal from hotel rooms is the Bible.  That ain’t right. A new survey of hotel owners found the top 10 things that get stolen out of their rooms.  Although the first one on the list is the only one you’re actually ALLOWED to take.  Check ’em out . . .

1.  Shampoos, soaps, and other toiletries.

 

2.  Light bulbs.

 

3.  Batteries.

 

4.  Towels.

 

5.  Plants.

 

6.  Bibles.

 

7.  Bathmats.

 

8.  Duvet covers and bedding.

 

9.  TV remotes.

 

10.  Hairdryers.

People Who Like Black Coffee and Bitter Foods Are More Likely to be Psychopaths

If you’re out to dinner with someone and they order a radish as their entrée and black coffee for dessert, you might think they’re really weird.  But that might actually be UNDERSELLING how messed up they are. A new study out of Innsbruck University in Austria found that people who gravitate toward bitter foods are more likely to demonstrate the main traits of PSYCHOPATHS . . . . narcissism, sadism, and aggression. And people who DON’T like bitter foods are the most likely to be kind, sympathetic, and cooperative. So why are bitter foods associated with potentially being a psychopath?  The researchers thing it might be because eating and drinking them is part of, quote, “an enjoyment of painful activities.”

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Are These the 25 Most Rewatchable Movies of All Time?

We all have at least one movie that we can watch over and over and over and over again without getting the least bit bored.  According to an online survey, the MOST rewatchable movie is “Star Wars”. Here’s the Top 25 . . . well, 26, thanks to a tie at #25:

1.  “Star Wars”

 

2.  “The Wizard of Oz”

 

3.  “The Sound of Music”

 

4.  “The Lord of the Rings” series

 

5.  “Gone With the Wind”

 

6.  A tie between “The Godfather” and “The Princess Bride”

 

8.  “The Shawshank Redemption”

 

9.  The “Harry Potter” series

 

10.  “It’s A Wonderful Life”

 

11.  A tie between “Forrest Gump” and “Grease”

 

13.  “Dirty Dancing”

 

14.  A tie between “Pulp Fiction” and “Titanic”

 

16.  A tie between “The Lion King” and “Pretty Woman”

 

18.  “Casablanca”

 

19.  A tie between “The Matrix” and “The Notebook”

 

21.  A tie between “Finding Nemo” and the 2009 reboot of “Star Trek”

 

23.  “Goodfellas”

 

24.  “Pride and Prejudice”

 

25.  A tie between “Caddyshack” and “The Avengers”

For just women, the most rewatchable movies are “The Wizard of Oz”“The Sound of Music” and “Gone With the Wind”. For men, it’s “Star Wars”“The Godfather” and “Lord of the Rings”.

The Ten Characters in Books We Mispronounce Most

As you know, you don’t have to READ books to look smart, you just have to TALK about books as if you read them.  But mispronouncing a key character’s name will undo your entire web of lies. A new survey by Audible.com found the top 10 book characters whose names we mispronounce.  Check ’em out . . .

1.  Don Quixote.  (Pronounced Don Kee-ho-tee.)

 

2.  Daenerys Targaryen from “Game of Thrones”.  (Duh-nair-is Tar-gair-ee-in.)

 

3.  Oedipus.  (Eh-dih-pus.)

 

4.  Hermione from “Harry Potter”.  (Her-my-oh-nee.)

 

5.  Beowulf.  (Bay-oh-wulf.)

 

6.  Poirot from Agatha Christie’s mystery novels.  (Pwa-roh.)

 

7.  Smaug from “The Hobbit”.  (It’s Smowg, not “smog.”)

 

8.  Voldemort from “Harry Potter”.  (Vol-de-more.  The “t” was supposed to be silent.  But they changed it for the movies.)

 

9.  Violet Beauregarde from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”.  (Vie-ah-let bore-ar-garr.)

 

10. Piscine Patel from “Life of Pi”.  (Piss-een Pat-el.)

Half of Us Google Information Without Even Trying to Remember It

The Internet is making your brain SO lazy. A new survey found HALF of Americans don’t even bother trying to remember information or facts anymore . . . we just instantly hop on Google and look it up. And then . . . 29% of us IMMEDIATELY forget what we found. The survey also found our phones are wrecking our ability to remember people’s numbers.  Less than HALF of people know their significant other’s phone number now, and 29% don’t know their kids’ numbers. And finally, 40% of people say their phone, quote, “contains everything they need to know.”

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