A survey says this is the #1 spot where girls experienced their first kiss. Where was it?
ANSWER: their backyard
2011 isn’t even over yet and ADAM SANDLER'S “Just Go With It" already has been deemed the worst movie of the year …. What is considered the worst film of 2010?
Answer: Sex and the City 2"
Facebook introduced their 'Places Check-in' feature a year ago, and they're starting to share some data. What resturant do Facebook users check in most from?
The restaurant where Facebook users check in most is Starbucks. Buffalo Wild Wings, Chili's and Applebee's all finished ahead of McDonald's. And large numbers of Facebook users are willing to admit that they eat at IHOP and Denny'sAccording to A survey in the first three months of a new relationship
42% of people are willing to do this to impress the person they are dating...
Answer: GO INTO DEBT
People are willing to spend a lot of money on a new relationship in this economy . . . but once things are settled, they tighten up. A survey found that 42% of people would be willing to go INTO DEBT to impress a new person they're dating . . . and that includes buying gifts, dinners, and trips. But . . . only in the first three months
MTV VMA Winners ....
--Video of the Year: Katy Perry, "Firework"
--Best Collaboration: Katy Perry featuring Kanye West, "E.T."
--Best Female Video: Lady Gaga, "Born This Way"
--Best Male Video: Justin Bieber, "U Smile"
--Best New Artist: Tyler, The Creator, "Yonkers"
--Best Pop Video: Britney Spears, "Till the World Ends"
--Best Hip Hop Video: Nicki Minaj, "Super Bass"
--Best Rock Video: Foo Fighters, "Walk"
--Best Video with a Message: Lady Gaga, "Born This Way"
--Best Choreography: Beyoncé, "Run the World (Girls)"
--Best Direction: Adele, "Rolling in the Deep"
--Best Art Direction: Adele, "Rolling in the Deep"
--Best Cinematography: Adele, "Rolling in the Deep"
--Best Editing: Adele, "Rolling in the Deep"
--Best Visual Effects: Katy Perry featuring Kanye West, "E.T
Question: Approximately, 1700 Americans go to the ER every Year with after injuring their eye with one of these.
Question: Betty White still tops the list of Most Trusted Celebrities Parisite Hilton is the Least Who comes in right behind Paris… as the second least trustworthy celeb?
Answer: Charlie Sheen
The Least Trusted CelebritiesQuestion: The #1 scent to conjure childhood memories is….
1. Paris Hilton
2. Charlie Sheen
3. Britney Spears
4. Kanye West
5. Arnold Schwarzenegger
6. Tiger Woods
7. Kim Kardashian
8. Mel Gibson
9. Donald Trump
10. LeBron James
QUESTION: 1 in 4 of American pet owners do this with their dogs on a regularly basis . What is it?
ANSWER: Take a shower.
Check out the best engagement photos ever: A couple in Santa Clarita set up their engagement photo shoot to be crashed by a ZOMBIE . . . at least, a friend dressed as a zombie. And then together, they fight him off and kill him
I wish I had thought of that!!!!
To see their whole album, head over to BuzzFeed.
Want to See a Secret List of Who You're Stalking On Facebook? It's Easy . . . And It's Not a Scam
Usually any link associated with Facebook and "seeing who you're stalking" is a scam to hack your profile. This one isn't. And it's VERY eye-opening.
--A web developer named Jeremy Keeshin cracked the code Facebook uses to figure out whose stuff they put up on your newsfeed, and whose stuff you never see.
--It has to do with how much you click on that person's links, visit their profile, and how long you've been friends.
--And Jeremy created a bookmark you can put in your browser . . . so that when you visit Facebook, you can see your friends RANKED by how much you're OBSESSED with them.
--I was skeptical, but I dragged the link up to my browser's bookmark bar, went to Facebook . . . and it was DEFINITELY accurate. All of the people at the top of the list are people whose posts I click on regularly.
--Here's how you do it: Google "Who Does Facebook Think You Are Searching For?" It's a post on the website keesh.com. Drag the little box called 'Facebook Friends' up to the bookmark bar of your web browser.
--Then log in to Facebook . . . click on the 'Facebook Friends' link in your browser bar . . . and it runs Jeremy's program to find out who you're stalking. But do it quick . . . Facebook tends to shut down stuff like this pretty fast.
(--Here's the link.)
Gerard Depardieu Urinated on a Plane
Anybody remember GERARD DEPARDIEU . . . the French actor who was famous in America for, like, 12 seconds in the 1990s? Well, he's back in the news . . . for URINATING ON A PLANE.
Depardieu was on a delayed flight from Paris to Dublin, and he needed to use the can. But the flight attendants told him he couldn't leave his seat. He told them, quote, "Je veux pisser, je veux pisser" . . . which means, "I have to pee." But they said he'd have to wait 15 minutes. So he stood up, and relieved himself on the floor, in front of everyone. A passenger says, quote, "We could see he had been drinking. The stewardess was dumbfounded."
The plane then returned to the gate and everyone had to get off while it was cleaned . . . which delayed the flight another two hours.
Depardieu wasn't allowed back on the plane, but we don't know what, if anything, he'll be charged with.
Anderson Cooper tried to talk about this story but couldn't make it thru without totally losing it WATCH the video
Question: According to new circulation numbers, what is the country’s top-read magazine
Answer: 1. AARP, circulation: 22,395,670
QUESTION: After the age of 45 the majority married couples stop doing this on a regular basis. What is it?
Answer: Kissing each other - at least one out of five go more than a week between kisses
QUESTION: more than 5,000 Americans will buy one of these this year and never use it. What are they?
ANSWER: Marriage licenses
Question: 23% of mothers say the thing they miss the most from their pre-parenting life is alone time.
ANSWER: Alone time --- 14% say they most miss their old body . . . and another 14% most miss the sleep they used to get.
Check out the full survey http://moms.today.com/_news/2011/08/09/7318658-whats-your-deepest-darkest-secret-moms-confess-in-our-survey
QUESTION: It happens sooner for men than it does for woman BUT On average, this is at its peak between the ages of 25 & 30.
ANSWER: Your Memory
QUESTION: In Online Dating, the Preferences People are Least Willing to Compromise on are Smoking and What ?
Answer: Hair Color
QUESTION:, 6 out of 10 women surveyed said a grown man wearing this look absurd.
Question: Kids of all ages love them but they are responsible for over 3,000 ER visits every year. What are they?
Gaga in Drag
for the cover of You and I ....
It's like Prince and Pacino had a love child.
So, you think having kids will drain your energy and suck the life out of you? Well, they might. But, according to guy website AskMen, their are plenty of benefits that just might suprise you. Check 'em out:
#1.) They Might Actually LOWER Your Blood Pressure. Stress makes your blood pressure go up, so you’d think it would be the opposite. But researchers at Brigham Young University hooked up monitors to 200 married men and women for 24 hours straight. And the people with kids had significantly lower blood pressure. The researchers think it’s because having kids gives people a greater sense of purpose, and the healthy effects of THAT sort of cancel out the negative effects of stress.
#2.) Kids Help You Save Money on Your Taxes. According to a recent study, the average family can save $3,500 a year by claiming child tax credits, education credits, and child-care credits. Just keep this in mind: The projected cost of raising a child from birth to age 18 is just under $200,000, not including college. So having kids probably isn’t the EASIEST way to get rich.
#3.) Kids Get You Better Parking Spots. More and more stores adding designated spots for families and pregnant women. And having a kid in the back seat also makes it legal to drive in the carpool lane. Yes, even a baby counts as a second person.
#4.) Kids Give You a Convenient Excuse. Single people always complain that their married friends never go out after they have kids. And it’s true that kids take up a lot of time. But sometimes parents just use their kids as an excuse because they don’t WANT to go out. And if they tell you they’re staying in because their kid is sick, there’s not much you can say.
#5.) Kids Make You Happier in General. Obviously, the rule doesn’t apply for EVERYONE, but researchers studied 200,000 parents in 86 countries between 1981 and 2005. And they found that once people reached the age of 40, they were much more content if they had between one and three children. But more than three kids had a negative effect on happiness. However, once they were over 50, and most of their kids were grown. People with ANY number of kids were happier than people who had no kids at all.
Now, go forth and procreate! It will help your blood pressure
Question: According to a study, You do this 34 Times a Day for No Reason . . . It's Just Out of Habit
Answer: Your Phone Smartphone
Dr. Loren Frank is a neuroscientist at the University of California, San Francisco - He says there's a simple reason why we constantly check our phones. Our brains like the feeling of getting an email or text or new Facebook message. When you see that a new message has arrived, you get a quick happy feeling . . . it's like getting a present. And once our brains get accustomed to that positive feeling, reaching for the phone moves to a part of the brain called the striatum . . . that's the part that controls habits.
Question: 54% of woman admit they done it 32% of the men admit they've done it too- And 18%of them have done it more than once. What is it?
Answer: Faking the big “O”!
Question: According to a survey 1 in 10 Pets Now have one of these?
Answer: a Social Networking Profile i.e. A Facebook page, Twitter account, YouTube channel, Flickr account, whatever . . . if it's a popular social networking site, people are putting their pets on there.
Question: At what event do guys cheat on their wives the most?
Answer: WEDDING. Not their own
Weddings beat out bachelor parties, office Christmas parties, and school reunions. The survey also asked women where they THOUGHT their husbands would be most likely to cheat . . . and weddings came in last place.
Women believed office Christmas parties were the most likely place, followed by bachelor parties, then school reunions, and finally weddings.