By Brian Polk
95% of people know that 93% of all statistics are pulled from deep within the confines of whoever’s ass is attempting to prove whatever point he or she endorses. Despite knowing that, a full 99% of people believe such statistics if they agree with them.
4,634 people embarrassed themselves from the mispronunciation of the word “mispronunciation” in 2007—the most recent year such data is available.
18% of applause isn’t all that genuine.
47% of people are too busy to appreciate a good game of Uno every once in a while.
4% of people lie to statisticians.
Over 90% of punk songs are composed with just 3% of known guitar chords.
36% of American adult males will at some point question the sexuality of the guy they happen to be blowing at the moment.
Of the millions of comments left on internet articles each day, only 17 are intelligent, coherent, or otherwise contributive to a meaningful discussion.
3% of customers want to talk with the manager about the lack of condiment options.
75% of your roommates just ate 90% of your food.
Only 2% of Christians agree with Jesus.
19 out of 20 aggressive drunks can’t believe you just said that.
¼ of the passengers in your car really need you to stop at this next exit.
A full 97.7% of the hearing-impaired are glad they never have to listen to your new band.
50% of poll respondents think the other 50% is totally full of shit.