A Study Figured Out What Time “Wine O’Clock” Is

A Study Figured Out What Time “Wine O’Clock” Is

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.

(MNN)

What’s the Worst Baby Name You’ve Ever Heard?

What’s the Worst Baby Name You’ve Ever Heard?

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I will never understand parents who pick COMICALLY HORRIBLE baby names. They don’t even give the kid a fighting chance to have a normal life.

People on Reddit.com have been sharing the worst baby names they’ve ever heard. Here are our 10 favorites . . .

  1.  I’munique.
  2.  Obamaniqua.
  3.  Vejonica. Her parents were named Veronica and John, and they combined their names.
  4.  Boy Boy.
  5.  Orgasm.
  6.  Three brothers named Courage, Gallantry . . . and Tom.
  7.  Britney Shakira Beyonce.
  8.  Like.
  9.  Depreshaun.
  10.  Abstinence.

(Reddit)

11% of Us Know Something That Could Get a Coworker Fired

11% of Us Know Something That Could Get a Coworker Fired

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How much do you know about the people you work with . . . and how much do they know about YOU? According to a new survey, 11% of us know something that could get another employee FIRED.

Here are seven more results from the survey . . .

  1. 62% of us have overheard someone complain about another employee.
  2. 53% have eavesdropped on a conversation.
  3. 35% have overheard their boss talking about layoffs or firing someone.
  4. 22% have overheard a conversation about someone’s salary.
  5. 20% have overheard someone talking about an office romance.
  6. 18% have heard a coworker lie to their boss.
  7. 11% have heard someone intentionally sabotaging another employee.

(CareerBuilder)

 

No One Takes Selfies With the “Duck Face” Anymore . . . Now It’s All About the “Surprise Face”

No One Takes Selfies With the “Duck Face” Anymore . . . Now It’s All About the “Surprise Face”

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Up until now, the classic face in selfies has been the DUCK FACE . . . if you don’t know that term, it’s where you pucker your lips like you’re about to kiss someone and stick them out like a duck.

But the duck face is OUT. Today’s selfies are all about the “surprise face.”

In the surprise face, you open your eyes and mouth wide, like you just heard something shocking.

Why is the surprise face taking over? Because it’s way more FLATTERING than the duck face.

With a surprise face, your eyes look bigger and better . . . your face doesn’t wrinkle up like it does when you smile or make a duck face . . . your lips look fuller . . . and it elongates your face to make it look thinner.

(Mashable)

The New “Belfie Stick” Helps You Take Better Butt Photos

The New “Belfie Stick” Helps You Take Better Butt Photos

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So it’s come to this. Well, society, we’ve had a good run. But it’s over.

There’s a new product called the BELFIE STICK . . . it’s a selfie stick for your BUTT.

If you don’t know what a selfie stick is, you might have seen people using one in public . . . you put your camera on the end, and it takes better selfies of you and your friends, so your arm isn’t in the way.

Same principle here . . . you put your camera on the end of the stick, and it helps you take better photos of your butt. The company behind it is a social network called On.com that no one’s heard of.

They say they created it because people were having trouble using selfie sticks for butt photos . . . a sentence that would confuse a time traveler from as recently as 2012.

The Belfie Stick is more flexible than a traditional selfie stick, so you can get it at the right angle to take that perfect picture from behind.

They’re taking preorders now at BelfieStick.com . . . and the damn thing costs $79.99. For once, it might be better if kids just used their money on something more practical, like drugs.

(Business Insider