QUESTION: 28 million Americans have never eaten THIS…
ANSWER: A hot dog!
Not much smells better than the scent of bacon cooking, and now you can get a whiff of everyone's favorite breakfast food every time you get a notification on your smart phone.
"Scentee" is a new app for iPhone and Android devices that releases a waft of bacon smell whenever you get a text, e-mail or reminder on your phone. The technology has a plug-in that attaches to your device's headphone input, which includes a scent capsule and LED light. And if bacon isn't your preferred scent, you can choose coffee or strawberry as well. The scent capsules are good for around 100 uses and cost $5.
With the launch of this scent app, it probably won't be long before scent vision technology is available for your TV. Imagine watching TV and getting the smell of whatever food is being shown on your screen ... (HuffingtonPost)
Q: According to a recent cleaning survey, THIS has more germs at the office than the toilet handle. What is it?
A: Coffee Pot Handle
Sunday is a day to relax, sit on the couch, watch football and eat lots of food. It is the perfect lazy day, made even lazier by the convenience of food delivery.
Although many football fans enjoy preparing their own Sunday menu, others find it much easier to just pick up a phone or go online to have whatever cuisine they want delivered right to their door without having to miss one play.
But which team's fans order the most food online? In other words, which team has the laziest fans? According to data gathered by GrubHub, Seattle Seahawks fans order more food online while their team is on TV than any other team's fans. So far, 2013 has seen a 16 percent spike in online food orders during Seahawks games over last year's figures. Right behind Seattle are New England, Philadelphia, Chicago, Miami and Green Bay. Fans in Tennessee and Indianapolis made the fewest online food orders. (Deadspin)
Q: According to nutrition experts, including THIS in your diet will help you burn more calories. What is it?
A: Hot Sauce
Q: 25 years ago, 70% of households had one of these, today about 2% do. What do you think it is?
A: Popcorn Popper
The thought of Willie Robertson outselling Jason Aldean has the “Night Train” singer reaching for the antacid. In a recent radio interview, Jason said that, while he supports the upcoming Duck Dynasty Christmas compilation Duck the Halls, he considers that having the Robertsons as sales competition makes his stomach do flips.
Jason says, “They are really great people… I’m happy for all the success they’re having. Now, do I think they’re musicians? No! Not even a little bit. However, I think they’re so hot right now it doesn’t matter. They could put out anything and it’d probably sell a gazillion copies, so we’ll see. It’s going to make me nauseous if I look up and Willie Robertson has a platinum record hanging on his wall. That’s going to make me want to throw up.”
It's important to note that Jason co-owns Buck Commander with Willie, Luke Bryan and Major League Baseball players Adam LaRoche, Tom Martin and Ryan Langerhans. They all have matching Buck Commander tattoos to mark their business relationship.
Jason’s new concert DVD Night Train to Georgia is available now. Duck the Halls lands in stores on October 29th.