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Think you're the biggest Adele fan out there?
Move over and make room for Rev!
In a positively adorable video that has received over two million hits in just a few days, this dog is awakened by a version of "Make You Feel My Love" and proceeds to sing right along. See for yourself:
Cheap beers are becoming less cheap, and for that you can thank hipsters.
A recent study by Restaurant Sciences found that your everyday, low-cost beers like Budweiser, Miller Light and Coors Light are getting pricier, a trend the firm attributes to the rise in popularity of Pabst Blue Ribbon -- a favorite among your bearded, flannel shirt-wearing friends.
Basically, as Chuck Ellis, the head of Restaurant Sciences, put it, PBR has become "quite fashionable." This has allowed bars and restaurants to get away with charging more for the beer's low-price peers.
"I believe the single biggest driver in sub-premium beer price increases is indeed specifically PBR," Ellis told the New York Daily News.
PBR did not respond to a phone call from The Huffington Post Friday afternoon.
So how much more are you really paying? The study found that the prices of popular "sub-premium" beers have increased up to 6.8 percent in the nation's eating and drinking establishments over the past seven months (see chart below).
And it's not only beer that's getting pricier. A study out earlier this month, also by Restaurant Sciences, found that the cost of spirits and cocktails has also gotten significantly more expensive.
If this beer news makes you really angry at hipsters, you're probably not alone. A recent poll from Public Policy Polling found that only 16 percent of Americans have a favorable view of hipsters. Even more, 27 percent of Americans say hipsters should be taxed for being “so annoying.”
It's about time the state of Ohio took down a major championship. We're PROUD to announce that the state of Ohio is now the SWEARING CAPITAL of the United States.
Not sure where Wisconsin ranked in this survey, but here's an info-graphic that helps:
A customer research firm called Marchex analyzed how often people in all 50 states cursed in recorded phone calls to businesses over the past year.
(You know when you call a company and the automated female voice says "this call may be recorded for quality assurance"? Apparently THIS counts.)
People in Ohio were MOST LIKELY to swear. They're followed by Maryland, New Jersey, Louisiana, and Illinois.
People in Washington state were LEAST likely to swear. They finished just below Massachusetts, Arizona, Texas, and Virginia.
The study also found two out of every three curse words come from men . . . and people are twice as likely to swear in the morning as they are in the afternoon or evening.
What was she before she was a warrior? I wonder...A panda?