Could it be possible we’re more addicted to the Internet than literally ANYTHING else?
A new survey found the top 10 things people would rather give up for a month than WiFi or their phone’s data plan . . . and it basically covers EVERYTHING we love. Check it out . . .
- Wine or alcohol.
- Junk food.
- Going out.
- TV or movies.
- Friends. (Our actual friends, not the TV show. I think.)
And the survey also found the average adult could only last 16 hours without their phone before they’d feel MISERABLE.
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.
Ideally you’d only give Christmas gifts to people you like. But that’s not always the case . . . sometimes you have to give one to a bad co-worker, random family members, or that awful couple you guys still hang out with for some reason.
So what do you give them? A new survey found the top 10 presents we give to people we don’t really like. Check ’em out . . .
- A bad box of chocolates.
- A bottle of wine that’s been sitting around in your house.
- Bubble bath you’re re-gifting.
- Books you’ve already read and don’t want to keep.
- DVDs you’ve watched and don’t like.
- Cheap perfume or cologne.
- A scarf.
- Cheap soap that looks expensive.
- CDs of bad music.
Eating seaweed with chopsticks – that’s cultured
According to a new survey, 7 in 10 people think they’re “sophisticated”. And as for the top things that MAKE someone sophisticated . . . somehow watching football and drinking Busch Light didn’t make the list. Here are the top ten . . .
- Going to the theater.
- Recognizing paintings, and knowing who the artist is.
- Doing educational things when you go on vacation.
- Listening to classical music.
- Going to the ballet.
- Knowing how to pair wine with food.
- Watching the news.
- Watching documentaries.
- Knowing how to read music.
- Being interested in politics.
The rest of the top 40 included reading the newspaper . . . doing crosswords . . . reading a book before the movie comes out . . . watching “Antiques Roadshow” . . . having a library card . . . knowing how to use chopsticks . . . and knowing how to pronounce “quinoa”. (It’s KEEN-wah.)