The website Glassdoor.com just released their list of the highest paying jobs in America in 2017, and it sure is lucrative to be a drug dealer.
A legal one, since almost all of the top jobs are medicine and pharmaceutical related. Although I’m sure the guys doing it illegally are pulling in solid cash too. Anyway, here are the 10 best-paying jobs, and their average salary . . .
1. Physician, $188,000.
2. Pharmacy manager, $149,000.
3. Patent attorney, $140,000.
4. Medical science liaison, $133,000.
5. Pharmacist, $126,000.
6. Enterprise architect, $113,000.
7. Physician assistant, $113,000.
8. App development manager, $112,000.
9. Research and development manager, $112,000.
10. Corporate accountant or controller, $111,000.
Have you heard the term “wine o’clock”? Oxford actually added it to the dictionary last year. The official definition is, quote, “the appropriate time of day to start drinking wine.” Well . . . a new study figured out what time that actually IS.
A company analyzed two million users who track their wine drinking on an app, and figured out when most people start drinking. And the answer is . . . 6:30 P.M.
They also found that the majority of wine drinking goes on between 4:45 P.M. and 9:00 P.M., with the peak between 6:00 and 6:45.
Sure, your unconditional love of bacon might give you heart disease . . . but it could also help you find ACTUAL love.
Oscar Mayer released a DATING app yesterday.
It’s called Sizzl, and it only matches you up with other people obsessed with BACON.
Obviously it’s a marketing ploy, but it IS an actual app.
It matches you with people based on your bacon preferences, and a ton of people are already signed up.
When you build your profile, EVERY question is about bacon.
First it asks if you prefer pork or turkey bacon . . . which should actually be a question on EVERY dating site.
Because if you say turkey, you’re un-datable.
It also asks if you like thick cut . . . smoked . . . maplewood . . . or low sodium bacon.
Then you have to say whether you like it chewy, crispy, or burnt.
And the last question asks what you’d do if you were on a date, and there was one strip of bacon left . . . would you take it, let your date have it, or share it with them? Apparently they’re expecting people to go on a lot of breakfast dates.
You can download the app at FindBaconLove.com.
So far it’s only available for iPhone users.
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.
If you want to end a friendship with someone, what better way to break the news than showing them charts and graphs?
There’s a new app called ‘people keeper’ that scientifically determines which people you should ELIMINATE from your life. It’s actually spelled ‘pplkpr’ . . . which is ‘people keeper’ with the vowels removed.
You wear a device that measures your heart rate, and it sends that data to your phone in real-time by Bluetooth . . . there are a ton of those on the market since the wearable fitness trend started.
Then the app gauges your heart rate as you talk to people. And over time, it figures out which people make you the most STRESSED, NERVOUS, and ANGRY.
The people who created it say there’s a chance the app could be more than just a friend eliminator. They believe it could help people with autism who have trouble understanding emotional reactions to situations.
(You can download the app for free, search for pplkpr in the iPhone app store.)