I’m not sure I’ve ever heard of someone blaming a crime on THIS addiction. There’s a 21-year-old guy named Christopher Montilliano in Wailuku, Hawaii, and he was in court on Friday for stealing a car back in June.
When Are You Too Old to Use Slang Terms Like “Bae” and “Hangry”? Plus the Slang Terms We Hate the Most
A new survey asked people when someone is TOO OLD to use slang terms like “bae” and “hangry.” I would’ve voted for something like age 12, but they didn’t ask me. The majority of people say you need to stop using slang terms when you hit 43. But one in four people think you need to stop when you’re 25.
Have you ever brushed your teeth, then immediately had orange juice, and it’s the worst taste in the world? Here’s the science behind why it happens. There’s an ingredient that creates suds in toothpaste called sodium lauryl sulfate, or SLS for short. It’s also in other stuff, like soap and shaving cream. And one of the side effects when it hits your tongue is it temporarily kills your ability to detect sweet things.
This month, we heard about a kid in New Jersey who was homeless, but got accepted to 17 different colleges. Actually, 18 now. He’ll be starting school later this year. Now here’s another cool story. There’s an 18-year-old girl from New York named Athena Capo-Battaglia. And she didn’t have an easy childhood either.
When you’re seeing someone new, what’s the cutoff point where you stop “dating” and you’re now in a “relationship”? A new survey found the average is about six weeks in. But don’t wait TOO long to bring it up.