Is this real or fake? Jamaal Charles catching his own pass!
The five-second rule for food really does exist.
Researchers found food picked up just a few seconds after being dropped is less likely to contain bacteria than if it is left for longer periods of time.
They also surveyed people about the five-second rule: 87% of people said they would eat food dropped on the floor, or already have done so.
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What are the happiest and most miserable states in America?
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A fraternity and sorority from a college in Westminster, Maryland is under investigating for having a party featuring ethnic stereotyping.
The frat and sorority at McDaniel College threw a Country Music Television versus Black Entertainment Television themed party.
Both are now being investigated by the college which could result in anything from a warning to the loss of their charters.
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Find out how average you are with the following video from Buzzfeed.com!
A Canadian clothing store (Ivido Jeans) sells a unique line of push-up jeans for women who want a figure like pop stars Shakira, Beyonce or Jennifer Lopez.
There’s no secret padding in the pants. Instead, they are made up of a combination of shading, special fabrics, stitching and pocket placement that enhance backsides in all the right areas.
Some come with a built-in girdle for those who “need extra help.”
The jeans also come in fifty different styles, but not in conventional sizes. Small, medium and large sizes translate to “Tango, Salsa and Meringue,” while plus sizes go from “Delicious” and “Sweet Delicious” to “Hot Delicious.”
The jeans are made entirely in Colombia and range in price from $85-$110. They can be bought online or in-store.
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On a famous episode of The Office, Steve Carell‘s Michael Scott was injured by his morning routine that includes an alarm clock and a George Foreman grill filled with bacon — but now there’s an app for that. Thanks to Oscar Mayer’s Institute for the Advancement of Bacon — and its new iPhone plug-in – lovers of the stuff can be coaxed awake by an alarm that emits the smell of cooking bacon.
The device won’t be available in stores as of yet. Instead, the company has launched an online sweepstakes for people looking to get their greasy mitts on the matchbook-sized plug-in, which, when coupled with the app’s alarm, puffs out that unmistakable smell.
Oscar Meyer also launched a lavishly-produced commercial to plug the plug-in: in it, a beautiful woman becomes overwhelmed by images of the crispy stuff — falling from the sky as rain, or coiled up as roses — until it becomes obvious the scent from the app has flavored her dreams.
Don’t lie…you LOVE these quizzes!
Find out what animal you are here!
Kevin’s new album, “How Country Are Ya?,” is out today and we’ve got exclusive behind the scenes stuff, including a chat with our own Carly Evans!
Kevin performing “Beer, Bait, and Ammo” at The Blue HIlls Room in Manhattan:
Kevin says “How Country Are Ya?” is a record without restraints:
Why Kevin chose Earl Dibbles Jr. as the introduction track.
Where the title of “Love Song” came from.
Annnnddd…the brand new video for “Love Song.”