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15% of People Would Miss the Birth of Their Child to Watch Their Team in the Super Bowl

15% of People Would Miss the Birth of Their Child to Watch Their Team in the Super Bowl

It’s good to see everyone’s got their priorities in order.

A new survey asked people what important events they’d skip if their favorite NFL team was in the Super Bowl and they had a chance to be there live. Here are the results . . .

  1.  23% would skip a vacation.
  2.  21% would bail on important work.
  3.  20% would skip a close friend or family member’s wedding.
  4.  19% would skip a close friend or family member’s FUNERAL.
  5.  And 15% would miss the birth of their child.

(WalletHub)

How Many of These ‘Naughty’ and ‘Nice’ Things Did You Do This Year?

How Many of These ‘Naughty’ and ‘Nice’ Things Did You Do This Year?

The website QuickSurveys.com does a poll each year to find out how “naughty” and “nice” we’ve been. It covers everything from dating habits to politics.

Most of the “nice” things they asked about are kind of boring though: 28% of us donated our time . . . 31% donated money . . . 60% did at least one random act of kindness . . . and 50% CLAIM they never lashed out at anyone over the election.

Here are six “naughty” things we did that are a little more interesting . . .

1. 17% of people unfriended someone on Facebook over the election . . . and 16% lied about voting when they actually didn’t vote at all.

2. A third of people in relationships looked through the other person’s phone or Internet history . . . and 15% of single people flaked on a first date.

3. 26% of people found something that didn’t belong to them, and kept it. And 17% found a wallet, purse, or bag and DID return it, but stole something out of it first.

4. 59% of us pretended to be sick to get out of something we didn’t want to do.

5. 20% of people admitted to gossiping about a close friend.

6. And 12% lied on their résumé, or in a job interview.

(PR Newswire)

The Best Places to Hide Christmas Presents

The Best Places to Hide Christmas Presents

If you already bought your family’s Christmas presents and you’re hiding them under the bed because no one will ever look for them there . . . yeah, they’ve already been found.

A new survey asked people for the BEST places to hide presents so their kids and their significant other can’t find them.

Here are the five ideas that got the most votes . . .

  1.  At a friend’s house.
  2.  In suitcases.
  3.  The back of the top shelf of your closet.
  4.  The back of the top shelf of your kitchen cupboard.
  5.  Deep in the tool shed.

(FemaleFirst)

The Hottest Pickup Line Right Now Is . . . “I Wish They’d Teach Us More About Vikings”?

The Hottest Pickup Line Right Now Is . . . “I Wish They’d Teach Us More About Vikings”?

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If you’re wondering how to start a conversation with a match on Tinder, here’s the trendiest pickup line right now.  Ready?  Say, “I wish they’d teach us more about Vikings.”

 

 

If you’re confused, you should be, because it’s super confusing.  Here’s how it started.

 

 

A 21-year-old in Michigan named Caitlin Whitlock was going through old stuff at her parents’ house in March, and found a book by the American Girl company called “A Smart Girl’s Guide to Boys”.

 

 

One of the pages listed ways to start a conversation.  And randomly, one of the things they suggested was “I wish they’d teach us more about Vikings.”

 

 

She thought it was funny, so she texted it to a friend.  Not surprisingly, he wrote back, quote, “What the [eff].”  So she tweeted a screenshot of their exchange, and a picture of the book, and it slowly went viral.

 

 

It started blowing up recently, and now people are supposedly using it as a pickup line.  And some even say it’s working.

(Buzzfeed)

5 Best Places to Hide Your Christmas Presents

5 Best Places to Hide Your Christmas Presents

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Genius places to hide your Christmas presents

If you don’t do a good job hiding your Christmas presents, they WILL be found. No child OR adult can resist hunting them down early.

A new survey asked people the best place they’ve hidden Christmas presents. Here are the top five . . .

  1.  At a friend’s house.
  2.  In suitcases.
  3.  In the very back of the closet.
  4.  On top of a cupboard.
  5.  In the shed.

(FemaleFirst)