Our last question asked: What is the Washington Post calling the "height of laziness" with respect to millennial tastes? 40 percent of millennials consider cereal an "inconvenient breakfast choice" because they had to clean up after eating it (perhaps we should blame the Ryan-Gosling-won't-eat-his-cereal meme). H/T to the New York Times for spotlighting this finding first, by the way.
Congratulations to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to these fine folks for also getting it right: Carrie Gray, Laura Alix, Ellen Wernecke (who smells a "recipe for a lazy thinkpiece" coming on), Mark Poepsel, Chris Lombardi (who adds "Shame I murmur, finishing my protein bar b4 yogurt"), Auditi Guha, Arlene Weintraub, Samantha Kubota, Lizzy Shaw (who asks "this is the end, isn't it?"), Fabiola Camacho (who notes "But we'll gladly listen to #serial"), Elaine Iandoli (who adds "guess they don't want those prizes like we used to..."), Ken Walker (who also blames Ryan Gosling) Debkrol (who wonders "what, do they think that they're supposed to lap it up outta the box?"), Hal Davis (who offers this solution), Ron Casalotti (who dubs millennials "a generation of 'cereal killers'"), Mark Gibbs (who notes "If sex also too much of hassle then the human race is doomed") and Oonagh B. McQuarrie (whose answer was "ugh, I'm too lazy to say cereal").
As for today's question, here it is: According to The Guardian, a team of researchers from the University of London’s department of life sciences just completed a study on what?
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... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!