The weirdest thing people saw at their parents’ house over Thanksgiving … Eating banana peels can help you lose weight? … McDonald’s shares a way to eat an entire meal one-handed but people are skeptical …
The weirdest thing people saw at their parents’ house over Thanksgiving…
Tons of people went to their parents’ houses for Thanksgiving . . . and, of course, they got to see all the WEIRD stuff their parents have done to the place since their last visit.
People on Twitter are now sharing pictures of the strangest things they found at their parents’ house on Thanksgiving.
And here are some highlights . . .
1. Passive-aggressive framed art about bathroom etiquette. Go here to see more.
2. Craft beads in a urine sample cup. Go here to see more.
3. A shrine to former Atlanta Braves player Chipper Jones. Go here to see more.
4. Edible strawberry body lotion. Go here to see more.
5. A calendar on the wall turned to September 2006. Go here to see more.
6. Rusted containers of spices from the mid ’80s. Go here to see more.
Eating banana peels can help you lose weight?
If you’re thinking about a new diet as your New Year’s resolution . . . well, I guess this is an option?
A dietician in Australia says that if you want to lose weight, you should eat BANANA PEELS.
She says that all of the fiber and vitamins in the peel have a ton of health benefits beyond just the weight loss too . . . and if you eat them, you’ll also improve your sleep and have better skin.
But she DOES recognize that it’s a big ask to get people to eat the peels . . . so she recommends cooking the peels to make them soft, then blending them into a smoothie.
McDonald’s shares a way to eat an entire meal one-handed… but people are skeptical…
It’s hard to eat an entire McDonald’s meal in your car without taking your hands off the wheel. So maybe . . . MAYBE . . . this is a solution.
McDonald’s Australia posted IKEA-style instructions on Instagram a few days ago on how to eat an entire meal ONE-HANDED.
Basically, you open up the container for your burger, poke a hole in the “hinge” of the container with your straw so the container rests on your cup horizontally, then dump your fries on the other side.
So now you can put the cup in your cup holder and just use one hand to grab the sandwich and fries . . . or pick up the entire contraption when you want a drink.
It’s an interesting enough idea . . . but will it actually work? People on social media seem pretty skeptical about a LOT of different aspects . . . from whether it will really stay balanced to whether it’s a bad idea to put hot food on your cold drink.
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According to a recent survey, 51% of people said it’s acceptable to use THIS bathroom product.
More results . . .
Researchers also looked at the bathroom products we’re most likely to borrow or use while we’re in someone else’s bathroom. The top ten are . . .
- Shampoo. 51% said it’s acceptable to use it.
- Toothpaste, also 51%.
- Conditioner, 44%.
- Lotion, 38%.
- Mouthwash, 37%.
- Shaving cream, 36%.
- Facial cleanser, 34%.
- Moisturizer, 33%.
- Toner, 28%.
- Under-eye cream, 27%.
Half of us have LIED about using something. And 21% even said they’d use someone’s TOOTHBRUSH if they needed to.
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Random facts to feed your brain…
- Six Flags got its name from the six flags that flew at its original park in Arlington, Texas . . . one of which was the Confederate flag. They finally stopped flying it in 2017 after the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
- Cucumbers are 96% water . . . that’s even more than watermelons, which are 92% water.
- The most popular song in the history of Norway is “Love Hurts” by Nazareth. It was the number one song there for 61 STRAIGHT WEEKS in 1976 and 1977. It never got higher than number eight over here.
- There’s a place called Pheasant Island that’s co-owned by Spain and France . . . they trade off who controls it every six months. And they’ve been doing it for almost 400 years.
- Kiwis were originally called Chinese gooseberries. But when New Zealand wanted to export them to the United States, they changed the name . . . because China was communist, which made them unpopular in America during the Cold War.