Forty-four percent of drivers in the U.S. admit to getting more aggressive behind the wheel while driving during the holiday season. According to a new survey conducted by State Farm Insurance, young drivers, middle aged drivers and parents are significantly more likely engage in unsafe driving habits due to the stresses that come with the time of year. Sixty-three percent say that they tend to respond aggressively to being stuck in traffic jams during the holidays. Fifty-five percent say running late triggers their road rage, and 47 percent blame it on road closures and construction that may be caused by the weather.
I think 63% hate being stuck in traffic period.
A chef in China is on the mend after he was poisoned while preparing a meal of snake meat. According to "China Daily," he was cutting the head off of a cobra at a restaurant in southern China when the snake's venom hit him in the face. Doctors later explained that the venom can enter someone's bloodstream through the eyes or cuts, which explains why the chef's eyes immediately started hurting and his lower jaw began to swell. He was rushed to a nearby hospital where doctors were able to save him with timely treatment.
This guy will now eat more snake meat for the rest of his life, "Oh I Will Show You Who's Boss!"