According to BusinessInsider.com, when you put on a dress shirt, you’re actually supposed to tuck your undershirt into your UNDERWEAR.
After you tuck a dress shirt in, you usually have to pull it back out a little bit to give yourself room to move around. And when you do that, it pulls your undershirt up too. So it either comes un-tucked, or bunches up near your waistline.
But if you tuck it into your underwear instead of just your pants, it stays in place. And it’s also more comfortable, because the elastic band doesn’t dig into your skin.
Just don’t get confused and tuck your DRESS SHIRT into your underwear too. Because if they ride up above the waistline of your pants, someone might see it . . . and then you’re immediately the “weird” guy at the office.
But along with all the real questions, they hear plenty of RIDICULOUS ones. So some Butterball employees just shared the DUMBEST questions they’ve ever heard. Here are five of the best . . .
1. “How do I roast my turkey so it gets golden brown tan lines in the shape of a bikini.” The recommendation was strategically using foil.
2. “Why doesn’t my turkey have any breast meat?” It turned out the turkey was upside-down.
3. “How much will my turkey expand when it cooks.” The answer is not at all.
4. “I won my turkey at a casino, and it thawed on my lap while I rode the bus home. Can I eat it?” They didn’t recommend eating it after it thawed in warm temperatures.
5. “I carved my turkey with a chainsaw. Is the chain grease going to adversely affect my turkey?” The answer is yes, don’t serve it or it might KILL someone.
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Expedia.com just released the results of its annual survey on the WORST people on a plane. Here are the top 10 . . .
1. People who kick the seat in front of them.
2. Inattentive parents.
3. People with terrible body odor.
4. People who talk too loudly or blast their music.
5. People who get too drunk.
6. The person who won’t stop talking to you.
7. People who bring on too many carry-ons.
8. People who rush to get off the plane instead of waiting their turn.
9. People who recline their seats.
10. And people who hog the overhead bin.
(You can see the full top 17 here.)
1. Instead of dark meat, eat white meat without the skin. You can buy whole turkey breasts instead of a full turkey, and it’ll save you about 50 calories per serving. Just make sure everyone’s on board, because some people like dark meat and EXPECT it.
2. Make homemade stuffing with less fat. Instead of whole milk, use fat-free buttermilk and only add about half the butter you normally would. It’ll still taste good, but you’ll get 90 fewer calories per serving.
3. Make green beans instead of green bean casserole. Even if you put butter and fried onions on top, it’ll still save you about 150 calories.
4. Serve pumpkin pie instead of pecan pie. A slice of pecan has about 800 calories, and a slice of pumpkin has about 270. So it saves you over 500 calories.
1. Willie Nelson was in the Air Force.
Yes: He enlisted in 1950 and wanted to be a pilot. But he was medically discharged nine months later because of a bad back.
2. M.C. Hammer came up with “parachute pants” while he was training to be a paratrooper.
B.S. But he WAS in the Navy for three years. He was an aviation storekeeper at a base near San Francisco. And technically didn’t wear “parachute pants”, he wore “Hammer pants”. There’s a difference . . . and if you grew up in the eighties, you know.
3. George Carlin started working as a radio DJ while he was in the Air Force.
Yes: He was stationed in Louisiana, and started working as a DJ for KJOE in Shreveport. He also got court-martialed three times in three years, including once for getting drunk and telling off his commanding officer . . . and once for smoking a joint.
4. Pat Sajak served in Vietnam.Yes: But he didn’t see much action . . . he was a DJ on Armed Forces Radio.
5. Bea Arthur from “The Golden Girls” was in the Marines during World War Two.
Yes: She was a truck driver and typist in the Women’s Reserve from 1943 to 1945.
(You can check out five more questions here.)