This morning I walked into the building, made myself some coffee...and then proceeded to spill it all over the counter. The filter wasn't correctly into maker so I made quite the mess. :( I cleaned it up before I could get a picture. Believe me, it sucked!
6:15- According to a study, people really don't want to read/see stupid posts on Facebook like "Getting my hair done" or "Found a great parking spot" or even selfies (the pictures you take of yourself).
Believe it or not, excessive hashtag usage isn’t the most annoying internet behavior. A surveyfound that boring Facebook status updates are the number-one most irritating thing you can do online, with almost four out of 10 people saying it drives them crazy. Selfie-sharing came in second, with nearly a quarter of people saying they’ve had enough of this social media narcissism. Other widely-hated tech habits include Facebook-stalking exes, smartphone food photography and people who record concerts with their phones instead of watching. Can we add “live-tweeting TV shows?”
Read what survey respondents had to say here.
OREOS ARE AS ADDICTIVE AS COCAINE
Cookie cravings are more serious than we thought! Researchers at Connecticut College have found evidence that Oreo cookies are as addictive as cocaine – for lab rats, at least. The study was initially designed to find the impact of high-fat and high-sugar foods in low-income neighborhoods. Researchers discovered that when rats were placed in a maze with rice cakes and Oreos, they would always gravitate towards the Oreos. The results were almost identical to a similar study in which rats were either given a shot of cocaine or morphine on one side of the maze or a shot of saline on the other. The rats always picked the “drug” side of the maze. It was also found that the Oreos “activated significantly more neurons than cocaine or morphine” in the rats. Junk food is a powerful drug!