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Office holiday parties are one of the rare times when co-workers let their guard down and you can see how weird people really are.
Here’s a rundown of some of the crazy things that happen at every office holiday party:
Scientists at San Diego State University have discovered that Twitter posts can be used to accurately predict the locations of flu outbreaks across the country – which, if you think about it, isn’t very surprising.
When Twitter users are sick, they just can’t help telling the world and tweeting out words like “flu,” “cough,” “sneeze,” or “sore throat.” (HuffingtonPost.com)
MORE PEOPLE PREFER A MALE BOSS – BUT THE GAP IS CLOSING
According to a new survey, more Americans still prefer to work for a male boss - but the gap is narrowing.
In the survey, 35% of people said they prefer to work for a man – and only 23% said they prefer working for a woman.
But, this 23% of employees who prefer women is the highest number in the history of the study. (CNN)
What do Jax, Felix, and Azalea all have in common? They top the list of the hottest baby names of 2013.
Other big names are Dexter, Persiphone, Atticus, Valentina, Declan, and Gemma.
If parents keep opting for unique kids names then ordinary monikers like Anne, Jane, and John are going to be a thing of the past! (Yahoo)
When you’re not able to watch a football game live – and want to put it on your DVR – you run the risk of having the ending spoiled by a friend on a social network.
The Spoiler Shield app lets you continue to check your favorite social media websites – and still not see messages about your game.
The app shields for over 30 popular TV shows, such as Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Survivor, The Bachelor, and The Voice – as well as every NFL and MLB team.
When Spoiler Shield is activated, a gold shield covers any spoiling post – keeping you safe from news you don’t want to hear. (ThePostGame.com)