National Avocado Day: Avocado toast for everyone!
In honor of National Avocado Day, Chipotle is giving away free guacamole. You just have to order online or with the mobile app -- and enter the coupon code: AVOCADO. Unfortunately, the code does not apply to an in-store order. (USA Today)
What would you do ...? You’re on a crowded bus or subway and two women walk on. One looks to be about 25 years old and about 5 months pregnant. The other woman looks to be about 80 years old. Who do you offer your seat to?
This is perfect for National Avocado Day … A new bus called "Guaclandia" is now touring America, providing visitors with an interactive exhibit honoring the avocado. Not surprisingly, there are plenty of photo opportunities, including an avocado wall and an oversized avocado-shaped chair. And, best of all, there’s free food. Guaclandia is offering "bottomless guacamole" to anyone who shows up along the way. (Food and Wine)
What’s your number? What’s your real number? A survey found that 30 percent of Americans have lied to their partner about their sexual history. Men are the biggest fibbers about their sexual past, with 37 percent saying they lied to their partner. 25 percent of women admit they have lied about the number of partners they’ve had.
So what’s the “right” number of former partners? Men think their partner should have had nine partners. Women, on the other hand, think their S.O. should have had about six former partners. But according to the survey, the average number for men is 13 and the average number for women is 9. And no surprise here … Men were twice as likely as women to say they’ve told a partner their number is higher than it really is. (NY Post)
Another day, another really bad challenge … This time it’s something called “The Hot Water Challenge” – which involves either throwing boiling hot water on someone or drinking boiling hot water through a straw. What could go wrong? Obviously, a whole lot. One teen was recently hospitalized with second-degree burns after his friend threw boiling water on him and an eight-year-old girl died last year after drinking boiling water through a straw. Just stop. (Women’s Health)
How many dates does it take to know if you like someone? Not many, apparently. Clinical psychologist and author Dr. Seth Meyers says it only takes two to three dates to know if you want things to go further with someone. According to Meyers, “After two or three dates, you will know if this is a person you inherently feel comfortable with” and “whether this person is someone you have a natural fit with.” (College Candy)