1. It's National Waffle Day! Here's Who Loves Them the Most
The survey found that MOST Americans like eating waffles. Overall, 76% said they love them 24% said they don't.
But women, people over 65 and people in the South like them the most.
80% of women said they love waffles, compared to just 69% of men.
89% of seniors said they love them.
And 81% of Southerners said they love waffles. That's compared to 78% of people in the Midwest 72% of people in Western states and 69% of people in the East.
The survey also found 7 in 10 people like the idea of CHICKEN and waffles. Only 30% said they don't like the combo.
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4. Are Pickles a Good Pizza Topping?
I can't believe this is the first time we've heard of someone trying THIS pizza topping it seems like it was right there.
Rhino's Pizzeria and Deli in Webster, New York just created a DILL PICKLE PIZZA. They put garlic sauce on the dough, mozzarella cheese, and a bunch of sliced dill pickles. And they recommend dipping the slices in ranch.
So are pickles a GOOD pizza topping? It seems like most of us aren't going to find out because people's overwhelming response to a picture of the pizza they posted on Facebook is they're NOT INTERESTED.
5. Researchers are now studying the health benefits
of probiotics found in BABY POOP. And yes, they might make a pill out of it.
6. Adults Are Just Realizing the Dark Fate of One Pig in "This Little Piggy"
If you were once a child and you were you know "This Little Piggy". "This little piggy went to the market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef, this little piggy had none, and this little piggy cried 'wee, wee, wee' all the way home."
But you probably never thought about what it REALLY means. So a lot of adults are in SHOCK right now after a tweet about its TRUE meaning went viral.
A woman named Samantha tweeted, quote, "I just realized that 'This little piggy went to the market' doesn't mean he went food shopping." And she's right.