Randoms-Music Taste Affects Dating Life, Pumpkin Spice Launch Date


August is about to get spicier … Pumpkin Spicier, that is. An internal Starbucks document has revealed that Pumpkin Spice Lattes will be available on the menu starting August 28th. Yep, PSLs before Labor Day. Hurray? (Business Insider

Does your taste in music affect your dating life? According to a new survey by online dating site Plenty of Fish, men who say they like country music on their online dating profiles get 32 percent more messages than guys who list any other genre of music. And ladies who love classic rock are 68 percent more likely to receive messages from potential matches. Turns out a little bit country and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll really does make the perfect match. And according to the survey, women who love classical music should search for guys who love rap -- because both these musical genres are more interested in walking down the aisle than any other. Single women who listen to classical music are 93 percent more likely to be seeking marriage and single guys into rap are 16 percent more likely to want a committed relationship. (Moneyish

Eloping more attractive … With weddings getting more and more expensive, a new study found that 60 percent of couples who were married in the last year said they seriously considered eloping. (SWNS Digital

Angry people are overconfident … Russian researchers have discovered that people who are quick to throw temper tantrums overestimate their intelligence. That’s right. Angry people are not as smart as they think. These results suggest there’s a connection between being quick to anger and being a narcissist -- something to think about when dealing with the hotheads in your life. (CNET

Remember Hubba Bubba bubble gum? Now picture a gin flavored like it. A UK-based company called Sweet Little Liqueurs is selling "Sweet Little Bubba Hubba Bubblegum Gin Liqueur." (Cosmo

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