God bless America! Here’s an average American’s day

God bless America! Here’s an average American’s day

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Apparently we’re a country of foul-mouthed, nose picking, gas ripping perverts.

God bless America. “Wired” magazine just did a statistical breakdown on the average American’s day.

Here are 11 weird things they found . . .

  1. We smile 20 times a day.
  2. Tell 1.65 lies.
  3. Exercise 17 minutes.
  4. Pick our nose four times.
  5. Pass gas 10 times.
  6. Watch 2.8 hours of TV.
  7. Pee four to seven times, and poop up to three times.
  8. Lose 40 to 100 strands of hair.
  9. Have 1.5 alcoholic drinks.
  10. Swear 80 times.
  11. And get engorged 11 times . . . if you’re a guy, that is.

(Wired)

 

And just for fun here’s a video that screams ‘merica

42% of Americans Can’t Spell “Budweiser”?

42% of Americans Can’t Spell “Budweiser”?

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If you can’t SPELL “Budweiser,” maybe you should stop DRINKING so much Budweiser?

There’s an app called Bartendr that lets people share info about their favorite bars and drinks, and they just analyzed 100,000 recent posts to see which brands of booze Americans have the hardest time spelling. Here are the top five . . .

1. Jagermeister, misspelled by 90% of people.

2. Budweiser, 42%.

3. Jameson, 23%.

4. Hennessy, 15%.

5. Jack Daniel’s, 6%.

The most common way people misspell Budweiser is forgetting the first “e” . . . so it’s B-u-d-w-i-s-e-r.

The most common way people misspell Jagermeister is . . . pretty much every way possible. No one has ANY clue.

(Bro Bible)

 

Starbucks Announced a Contest Where 10 Americans Win Free Coffee For Life

Starbucks Announced a Contest Where 10 Americans Win Free Coffee For Life

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If you could have free Starbucks for the rest of your life, how much money would you save? A LOT, right?

Well . . . Starbucks just announced a new contest yesterday where 14 people will win free coffee for LIFE. Ten of those 14 people will be in the U.S., three will be in Canada, and one will be in the U.K.

Except it’s not actually unlimited coffee to the day you die. Starbucks defines “life” as the next 30 years . . . and you get one free drink or food item a day. Lame. What . . . you expected a corporate contest without fine print?

Still . . . a free coffee a day through 2045 is pretty cool. The estimated value of the prize is $54,000, which comes out to right around $5 per day. You’ll also get a 10-karat gold Starbucks card with your name engraved on it, that’s supposedly worth $5,000.

You enter by buying something at Starbucks between now and January 5th. You’ll get a code on your receipt, which you enter at play.starbucks.com.

You’re allowed to enter two times a day . . . but that means you’ll have to buy two things at Starbucks every day for a full month.