THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW – Wed 2/06/19

February 6th is the 37th day of the year. There are 328 days remaining until the end of the year

There are 8 days left until Valentine’s Day

There are 322 days until Christmas (On a Wednesday)

Today is National Frozen Yogurt Day and Pay-a-Compliment Day

Aldi grocery stores are releasing cheeses based on classic songs, like “Pour Some Gouda on Me”“Sweet Cheddar of Mine”, and “Girls Just Wanna Have Fontina”

Walmart is selling an Oreo bouquet for Valentine’s Day. It sells for $72 and features 19 large packs of Oreo cookies along with festive bows.

Miller Lite responded to Bud Light’s ‘corn syrup’ Super Bowl commercials by stating the difference between corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup, and pointing out that the corn syrup is just for the fermentation process, and doesn’t actually end up in the beer.

The petition to merge North and South Dakota has surpassed 18,000 signatures. A guy named Dillan Stewert wants to merge North Dakota and South Dakota and called the new state MegaKota. And so we all don’t have to get new U.S. flags, Stewart suggests making Puerto Rico a state. More updates when they become available

An unnamed man in Colorado was jogging in Fort Collins when he was suddenly attacked from behind by a mountain lion. As the man turned around, the animal lunged and bit him in the face and wrist, before the dude’s survival instincts kicked in. The guy was able to break free and strangle/suffocate the mountain lion to death with his bare hands. The runner has serious injuries, but they are not life threatening.

A new study out of Australia found that single men naturally smell worse than men who are in relationships, because single men produce more testosterone.  And . . . women are actually INTO that bad smell, because they’ve evolved to “sniff out” single men. 

Samsung released a dating app called “Refrigerdating,” where you meet people based on what’s in your fridge.  You upload a photo of what’s in your fridge, and swipe through photos like you’re on Tinder . . . only you’re looking at what’s in someone’s fridge.  It’s mainly a promotional gimmick to sell their new $4,000 refrigerators, that come with a huge touchscreen on the door.  But you don’t need a special fridge to use the app.