If you were blindfolded and dropped at some random place on Earth, would you be able to figure out where you were just by looking around? That's the idea behind GeoGuessr.com.
Early on Tuesday, a drunk guy in his 20s went to a McDonald's in
And we're guessing in his drunken logic, he figured since he ordered a kid's meal, he should really sell the bit . . . so he tried to SQUEEZE into a McDonald's HIGH CHAIR.
But he got stuck, and couldn't get himself out. The staff called the police and THREE COPS showed up to help pull the guy out of the high chair. They WERE able to get him free. No charges are going to be filed.
A while back we talked about the "SixtyForSixty.com" campaign, which was a push to help
Tons of country stars participated in a pair of videos urging people to buy his single "Give It All We Got Tonight" . . . hoping to push it to the top before his 61st birthday, which is tomorrow. (Video 1) (Video 2)
Well, I'm sad to say, we let George down. "Give It All We Got Tonight" just this week cracked Number 10 on the "Billboard" Top Country Songs chart. The song still might make it to the top, but it'll be too late for George's birthday.
At least one person wants to return to "American Idol" next season . . . and thankfully it's the sanest judge on the panel. Of course, that's KEITH URBAN. When Keith was asked if he was interested in sticking around, he said, quote, "I would. I mean, I literally enjoy coming to work every day, and that's a rarity."
Earlier this month, a survey of 1,200 viewers named Keith the "Best 'American Idol' judge of
Either TAYLOR SWIFT really does have a sense of humor . . . or her people finally convinced her she needs to lighten up. "Billboard" asked if she had a favorite viral video. She does . . . and it's that goat screaming one that still makes me laugh.
She said, quote, "I thought the goat video for 'I Knew You Were Trouble' was brilliant . . . I showed it to everyone on my tour." Here's the video.
TRACE ADKINS did a "Five Questions With" segment for the website Country Music Is Love. As you'd expect, he talked a lot about his new album "Love Will . . . " . . . but he also gave his take on the state of today's country music.
He said, quote, "I think it's great. The more popular country music becomes as a genre the better it is for old cats like me who are going to retire out here at the Grand Ole Opry. Let's pack that joint every weekend.
"If the new cats are broadening our horizons and reaching out to some audiences that maybe we haven't reached before it's not going to hurt us any." You can check out the entire "Five Questions with Trace Adkins" here.
Turns out the "Honeymoon Period" in marriage is a MYTH. You're going to be INSTANTLY miserable for a while.
A new study out of
People report the LOWEST levels of happiness in their first year of marriage . . . an average of 74 on a scale of one to 100. By year two, that goes up to 78.4. And after 40 years, it's up to 80.
But . . . as hard as the first year is, it still makes people happier than staying single. People who were never married average a 72 out of 100 in happiness, which is two points lower than people in their first year of marriage.
People who are separated or divorced reported the lowest levels of happiness, an average of 69 out of 100.
Why is the first year of marriage so hard? The researchers say it may be like a WEDDING HANGOVER. Quote, "After the big day, all couples are left with are the photos, a pile of bills, and the realization you just made that huge life decision." (Sydney Morning Herald)