Experiment one: laying on the ground and timing how long it takes someone to stop.
"It's a leftover bean, a second-rate bean that's been lying around in storage for the better part of 20 years because nobody else wanted it."
More so than any other football teams, the Scottish sides have found strong support in the fans of clubs from Germany, England and Spain.
The everlasting feud between these two titans of New York radio has reached a new climax, with Swizz Beatz stirring the pot.
It's just too bad that Manchester United and Arsenal's next meeting will be November 19th. That's a lot of time for the British press to stir the pot.
Quack says the study shows that there is a connection between how something tastes and its color, brand and emotional meaning to the taster.
THE LEDGER: The Kiwis get hot, the Aussies go cold – and the trans-Tasman rivalry gets slightly warmer
Thank god the All Blacks are back, aye Kiwis?