Morning Mix Show Notes 10/24
What's on your bucket list, the last time we ever talk about Kim Kardashian and the most stolen food in the world.
Do you have a bucket list? If you do, you're in the 69% of us who have one either written down or in our heads as to what we would like to do before we kick the bucket. The number one answer? Take a trip to a specific destination. My bucket list trip is Europe. What's yours? Almost two thirds want to achieve a professional goal. Other responses include volunteering, seeing a specific concert, meeting a celebrity and jumping out of an airplane.
The Kim Kardashian/Kris Humphries marriage is about two months old and they should really still be in newlywed mode, but it sounds like the honeymoon is over for these two. Kris was recently seen leaving Kim's Manhattan apartment carrying boxes and he wasn't wearing his wedding ring. A source said they're leading separate lives. The source also claims that Kim is mapping out 2012 and Kris isn't a part of it and she's already convinced a divorce attorney. Kim's rep vehemently denied the accusations saying that the couple just completed filming Kourtney and Kim Take New York and they're giving up the apartment because they don't need it anymore. There was no comment about Kris not wearing his ring, however Kim and Kris were spotted in Las Vegas over the weekend to celebrate Kim's birthday.
What do you think the most stolen food in the world is? My guess was bubble gum, but I was WAY off. A study by the UK's Center for Retail Research shows that the number one most stolen food in the world is...cheese. They found that one out of every 25 packages of cheese is stolen. The reason? It's not because it's so expensive. It's because there is a huge black market for it. Who knew? Apparently, cheese theft ring leaders use a team of shoplifters and store employees to keep the black market stocked with cheese. Most of the cheese is then resold to stores or restaurants. Other foods that are high on the black market theft list are fresh meat, chocolate, alcohol, seafood and baby formula. My question is how do you shoplift a lobster? It's not like you can shove it down your pants without some sort of consequence.