You Can Safely Watch The Eclipse With A Pizza Box-If you haven’t gotten eclipse glasses, here’s another way for you to safely view the event on Monday.
Yes, those good eclipse glasses are sold out everywhere, so the next best thing is make your own viewer.
Pizza Hut has released a video of how to create a viewer with their boxes. If you don’t have the boxes, two pieces of white cardboard — or even paper plates with be perfect substitutes.
Please remember not to look directly at the eclipse of blindness will occur.
These Foods Are Always Mispronounced
When we’re talking about big name food brands, we think we know how to pronounce the names of some of our favorite companies. But it turns out, a lot of us are saying them wrong. These are some of the most popular, commonly butchered brand names. And don’t feel bad if you’ve been getting them wrong, we’re all here to learn together.
- Ghirardelli - We all thought the chocolate company was “gheer-a-delhi,” but it’s actually [[gear-AR-delly]].
- Barilla - That box of pasta in your pantry is pronounced [[buh-REE-uh]], not “bah-rill-ah” like some of us thought.
- LaCroix - The name of that very popular sparkling water is actually [[la-CROY]], not "la-kwah," no matter what your fancy friends say.
- Nestle - We always assumed it was “ness-lee” but now we know it’s really [[NESS-lay]].
- Chipotle - Lots of folks love to eat here, but some are still saying it like “chuh-poat-lee” when it’s actually [[chih-POT-lay]].
- Hoegaarden - This beer company isn’t “hoe-garden” like we thought, it’s really pronounced [[HOO-garden]]. Who knew?
- Kashi - The name sounds more like a sneeze than “cash-shee,” the correct pronunciation is [[KAH-shee]].
- Fage - This Greek yogurt brand isn’t pronounced phonetically, it’s actually [[FAH-yeh]].
- Reese’s - Everyone’s favorite peanut butter cup maker isn’t “ree-sees,” the right way to say it is [[REE-sus]]. And as long as we get to eat ‘em, we’ll say it anyway they like.
Today is national non profit day, national I love My Feet Day, & national thrift shop day
New foods at this year's MN State Fair: http://www.mnstatefair.org/find/new-food/
"Jorts-wearing bandit" strikes again: Not only does the St. Louis Police Department throw the book of criminals, but they're really sassy while doing it. In case you missed it, authorities are on the hunt for a man whose robbed two Walgreens in the area, both times while wearing "jorts," or jean shorts. The cops ask citizens to call either them "or the fashion police" because his "disregard for the law is as offensive as his disregard for fashion trends." Source: St. Louis Police
Once A Cheater Always A Cheater?
It’s hard to get past the cheaters – whether you were the cheater yourself, your current boo cheated on their last chick, or you were cheated on. We’ve all been there – we’ve all experienced cheating to some degree. But is it true that cheaters will always be just cheaters? There might be some real reason to say, “Yes.”
Research shows that people who have cheated in their previous relationships are three times more likely to cheat in their next relationships. It works on the other side, too. If you’ve been cheated on before, you’re likely to get cheated on again. This is all according to the “Archives of Sexual Behavior” who polled 484 people about the matter. So maybe we should be considering our partner’s past mistakes?
Yikes, watch out for cheaters!!