A list with the most popular DOG names for this year just came out and they’re remarkably similar to the most popular ones last year. See? Nothing has changed in 2016. The world is still the same place it’s always been.
The top 10 names for male dogs in 2016 were: Max . . . Charlie . . . Buddy . . . Cooper . . . Jack . . . Rocky . . . Bear . . . Duke . . . Toby . . . and Tucker.
And the top 10 names for female dogs were: Bella . . . Lucy . . . Daisy . . . Lola . . . Luna . . . Molly . . . Sadie . . . Sophie . . . Bailey . . . and Maggie.
There was only ONE name on each list that wasn’t in the top 10 in 2015: Tucker for male dogs and Bailey for female ones.
Supposedly, turkeys aren’t quite as dumb as most people think they are . . . but I’m not buying it. There’s a video on YouTube of a male turkey trying to mate with a female, which starts running around in circles to get away.
Hey gals, you may want to think twice the next time you complain to your spouse about the beer belly he’s getting from drinking too many pints. Seems, all those suds may help you become a mommy one day. According to a new study out of Massachusetts General Hospital, drinking beer can actually help increase a man’s chances of having a baby.
The study looked at the habits of men around the age of 37, whose partners were undergoing IVF fertility treatments. Apparently, of the 105 men studied, those who drank at least 22g of alcohol (about a pint and a half of beer) daily were two times as likely to have a baby using IVF than those who didn’t drink beer.
But while beer may be great for a male’s fertility, caffeine had the exact opposite affect. In fact, men who drank at least 264mg of coffee were the least likely to have a baby, indicating that all that caffeine could harm a man’s sperm count. If they decreased their coffee intake to less than one a day, their chances of conceiving rose 52 percent. But they were a heck of a lot grumpier.
Source: New York Post
TL/DR: New study suggest a beer a day can help a man become a daddy
“Time” magazine has released its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People. The celebrities who made the cut this year include Beyoncé, Matthew McConaughey, Robert Redford and, sadly, Miley Cyrus.
Beyoncé scored one of FOUR different covers . . . along with Robert Redford, openly gay NBA player Jason Collins, and General Motors CEO Mary Barra, who’s the company’s FIRST female CEO.
A record 47 women made this year’s list. Some of the other notable females include: Carrie Underwood, “Scandal” star Kerry Washington, Amy Adams, Serena Williams, Hillary Clinton and Megyn Kelly from Fox News.
Those with MALE genitalia include: Pharrell, excitable Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, Benedict Cumberbatch . . . who’s described as, quote, “an alarmingly talented English star” . . . Seth Meyers, “12 Years a Slave” directorSteve McQueen, “Gravity” director Alfonso Cuaron, Pope Francis, Vladimir Putin, and President Obama.
(Time.com has the complete list. And here are all four of the covers.) (Image Source)