Woah, You Can Now Buy Caffeinated Peanut Butter

Woah, You Can Now Buy Caffeinated Peanut Butter

You can now buy caffeinated PEANUT BUTTER. It’s from a company called Steem in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

You can now buy caffeinated PEANUT BUTTER. It’s from a company called Steem in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

But do NOT accidentally pack your kids a sandwich made with this stuff, or you’re gonna get some really angry calls from their school.

Because this stuff is POTENT. One tablespoon has as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. The caffeine comes from a green tea extract that’s mixed in.

The creators say it’s actually BETTER at keeping you awake and getting your energy up than coffee or an energy drink, because of the recipe.

Quote, “The unsaturated fats actually create bonds with the caffeine so the digestion process is slower and results in a steady release of energy.”

It’s starting to make its way into stores but if you want some now, it’s available online for $4.99 a jar, plus shipping. Just go to steempb.com.

(Boston Herald)

Caffeinated Peanut Butter

Top Nicknames for Babies from every state.  The Most Common Is “Peanut”

Top Nicknames for Babies from every state. The Most Common Is “Peanut”

Baby Nickname Map With Pictures

It’s really common to give your baby a nickname while it’s still in the womb . . . maybe you don’t want to jinx things by using the REAL name you picked, or you don’t know the gender, or whatever.

There’s a pregnancy app called Ovia that studied the data from two million of their users to find the most common . . . and strangest . . . baby nicknames.

The most common thing people call their future child is . . . Peanut. Bean is number two . . . Baby is number three.

As for the strangest nicknames, here are 10 of our favorites and the states they came from . . .

Baby Eskimo in Alaska . . . Happy Meal in Colorado . . . Punkin Head in Oklahoma . . . Lil’ Fatty in Mississippi . . . Pizza Bagel in Illinois . . . Fish Stick in Minnesota . . .

Lil’ Ass Kicker in Massachusetts . . . Mini Toot in West Virginia . . . Smushface in Ohio . . . and finally, Texas in Texas. That’s right: People in Texas nickname their babies “Texas.”

(People