Every year the Super Bowl promises two things: a historic football game between two of the league’s best, and historic commercials that cost about as much as a full movie to make and will be remembered for decades to come. After watching all of the commercials throughout the show, we’ve brought you a comprehensive list of all the best ones for your enjoyment!
Youngest siblings usually get painted as the troublemakers, mess-ups, and the irresponsible ones. But actually, we are creative, fun and out-going.
We are way more fun to be around. With our big personalities, and entertaining qualities, the last-born is the family’s grand finale.
1. Our parents are less strict on us
Parents tend to be more strict with the eldest sibling and more relaxed with the youngest.
2. We’re funnier
According to a study of 1,000 people by psychologist Richard Wiseman, younger children as compared to their older siblings have an easier time being humorous with others.
Who doesn’t love a cup of Joe to wake them up in the morning? Whether it’s before you head into work, drop the kids off at school, or just to feel more awake and lively, coffee has always been your “get it done” friend.
Coffee has been a staple in the American diet since the Boston Tea Party of 1773, when patriots to our nation threw the imported leaves into the harbor. Ever since then, Americans have been drinking that delicious brew and staying hard at work.
But it appears that some states love this hot beverage way more than others, and many would be surprised to see how hard, or how easy, it is for their fellow citizens to get access to the real magic beans.
Take a look and see how your region ranks from worst to best!
Bigger doesn’t always mean better in this case.
Why does Ohio have to be terrible at everything?
Greensboro, North Carolina
If it ain’t sweet tea, they do not want it. Maybe South Carolina can do a better job…
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Not Pictured: Good coffee.
Okay, we may have an objection to raise here.
Are you ready to see the best places in America to get your cup of java?
In a world where women have been forced to take second place or face abuse from their superiors in order to make it in a ‘man’s world’, there are those who wake up every day and strive to prove that they are the very best. They stand up to the obstacles in their way, and show that they can use their bodies to do what no one else can.
While they may not get the same pay or fame as their male counterparts, their strength and endurance in the sporting world is a testament to what women everywhere can accomplish.
Not only No.1 in the world of women’s tennis, Serena Williams is definitely one of the greatest players of all time, period. She holds the most Grand Slam titles in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles combined among active players, has set many all-time records (male or female) in national and international tournaments, and has won four Olympic gold medals so far.
On top of all this, it was revealed that she recently won the 2017 Australian Open while 8 weeks pregnant!
The 36-year-old athlete has an impressive record of finding a way to rise to the top and being awarded for her impeccable talent. She is arguably the best soccer goalkeeper in the United States, and has taken the national team to victory many times over.
She gained notoriety when she took the U.S. team to the semifinals of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2007, and won gold medals in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.
She currently holds records in wins, shutouts, appearances, and has the longest undefeated streak out of U.S. goalkeepers.
Affectionately nicknamed “Rowdy”, Rousey has fought her way to the top of many sporting leagues and made a name for herself as a not-to-be-messed-with personality.
She was the first woman from the U.S. to earn a medal in judo at the 2008 Summer Olympic games, and was the woman’s champion of mixed-martial-arts in two separate leagues. During her time in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, she won 12 consecutive fights before falling in the finals.
She has been described as the most “dominant” active athletes in the world, was the highest paid fighter in the UFC (male or female) in 2015, and was the third most searched person on Google in the same year.
But she’s not the only female athlete that has refused to slow down…