Cinema Snacks (infographic)

December 27, 2012 |  by  |  Food  |  1 Comment
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There are only a few times that I break my healthy eating habits, and one of those is at the movies. I’ll order a large popcorn, then proceed to shoveling it into my mouth throughout the movie, with a few sips of soda in between. It’s so bad for you, but oh so good at the same time.

Sadly, today’s inforgaphic speaks the awful truth about the calories packing the buttery goodness of movie popcorn. The infographic also lists infomation about cinema snacks in other parts of the world as well. Unfortunately, I think I’ll begin ordering a small popcorn next time I go to the movies. Maybe ya’ll should do the same, I’m sure our bodies will thank us later. [via]

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The Human Hand [infographic]

December 26, 2012 |  by  |  Health  |  No Comments
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The human hand is quite an interesting tool that is utilized culturally across the globe. From flipping the bird, to a thumbs up, both can have very different meanings in different parts of the world. It is what makes humans unique in the animal kingdom (with the exception of primates).  The human hand not only allows humans with hundreds of new communication opportunities, it is also an extremely useful tool.

Today’s infographic give you a whole lot of neat information about the human hand. From describing the ridges that make up our fingerprints, to the different forms we can contort our hand into, the human hand is absolutely amazing. [via]

 

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Twelve Days of Christmas [infographic]

December 25, 2012 |  by  |  Holiday  |  No Comments
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Merry Christmas to all! While todays infographic may not be the most informative, as most of you know the twelve days of Christmas, it is quite cute. Take a minute of your day full of Christmas cheer, feasts, gifts and family time to have a look at the twelve days of Christmas!

Show off the nine ladies dancing, seven swans a swimming, fiiiiive golden rings and all the rest. The month or two of decorating, shopping, wrapping, cooking, gifting and preparing has ended. We deserve twelve treats! All in one day! We have earned it! Merry Christmas and enjoy the holiday season. [Via]

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A Star-Filled Christmas: Top Yuletide Films Since 1980 [Infographic]

December 24, 2012 |  by  |  Entertainment, Holiday  |  2 Comments
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Alright all of you dailyinfographic readers, tomorrow is the big day! Most families celebrating Christmas tomorrow will probably do the regular traditions of opening their presents and having a meal together, but what are you going to do after that? Why not get the family and friends together and enjoy your favorite Christmas movie? After all, there are many many movies to choose from.

Today’s infographic from FirstShowing.net gives us a look back at the top-grossing Christmas movies since 1980, complete with the amount made as well as audience/critical reception. My two personal favorites (“The Nightmare Before Christmas” and “Elf”) might not be the highest-ranking in terms of sales but audiences love them and I personally can’t get enough.

If you love Christmas movies check out the infographic below! Merry Christmas to everyone, here’s to a safe and happy holiday! [Via]

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Party in the Parking Lot [infographic]

December 23, 2012 |  by  |  Lifestyle, Sports  |  No Comments
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As a 20-year-old, I am not yet aware of the magic that awaits me in parking lots surrounding sports games. But don’t get me wrong, this infographic gets me pumped up for the events which I will be a part of next football season.

Something really awesome about this infographic is that it is very positive about the whole tailgating experience. It recognizes that there is a community who shares these special experiences. But it also identifies the costs and downfalls of the ritual, such as out of pocket expenses and missing the actual game.

I don’t know if I’ll be the grillmaster, tentman, DJ, or super fan, but I will sure make my presence known while participating in the games. Hope y’all have/keep having some great times tailgating! See y’all next week! [via]

 

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