UFO Sightings Are at an All-Time High . . . Especially in the United States
Either the aliens really ARE getting ready to invade Earth, or people today are more bored than ever.
According to the National UFO Reporting Center, UFO sightings are at an all-time high.
From 1905 through 1980, there were less than 500 sightings a year. In the ’80s, that went up to about 1,000 . . . in the ’90s, it was up to 4,000 . . . and now, it’s getting close to 4,500 to 5,000.
And Americans are the most likely to spot aliens . . . by FAR. Our rate of UFO sightings is almost 300 TIMES higher than the average around the world.
The states with the highest rate of UFO sightings are: Washington . . . Montana . . . Vermont . . . Oregon . . . Alaska . . . Maine . . . New Hampshire . . . Arizona . . . New Mexico . . . and Idaho.
“Would You Rather Eat Poop-Flavored Chocolate or Chocolate-Flavored Poop” . . . Is a Real Question From a TGI Friday’s Job Interview
There was a trend for a while where job interviewers would ask “outside the box” questions to test people’s quick thinking. Questions like, “What super power would you want?” or “Describe the color yellow to someone who can’t see.”
Well, an interviewer from TGI Friday’s just put ALL of them to shame.
An 18-year-old guy was interviewing for a job at a TGI Friday’s in Derby, England last week and the interviewer asked him, “Would you rather eat poop-flavored chocolate or chocolate-flavored poop?”
That’s a phenomenal question. I guess you have to go with the poop-flavored chocolate, because you could get a disease eating the chocolate-flavored poop, but I’m not sure I could’ve come up with that answer in the moment.
The interviewer also apparently asked the guy if he’d rather watch his parents have sex for a year . . . or join in on their foreplay just one time.
Unfortunately, neither of those questions are part of the standard TGI Friday’s interviewing protocol. The guy wound up complaining to the corporate office, and the interviewer was suspended. That’s fine. His genius is needed elsewhere.
The Newest Oreo Flavor Will Have Exploding Candies in the Cream
You’re not going to believe this, but Oreo is releasing ANOTHER new flavor.
The next limited-edition flavor is called FIREWORK OREOS, and they look like plain old regular Oreos, but with a slight twist: Little red and blue exploding candies like Pop Rocks are mixed in with the cream.
As far as we can tell, they aren’t ACTUALLY Pop Rocks, since the package just calls them, quote, “popping candy.” There’s no word on when they could come out, but based on the “Firework” thing, we’re guessing it’ll be around July 4th.