Mind Blowing Random Thoughts


Excessive alcohol use is the fourth leading preventable cause of death in the United States.


Killed my mom. Straight up killed her. Fell out. Suffocated. Blood alcohol of .46! Started drinking at 46. Dead at 57. And I’m the genius who thought it wouldn’t catch up to me. I will say tho, I didn’t drink for like 7 years after she died. Going for let’s say 50 years this time. Yup.


Lol… Totally can dig it…


Aug. 11th mind blowing random thought of the day: By licking a U.S. stamp, one consumes 1/10th of a calorie, but a British stamp is 5.9 calories per lick.


This is another interesting fact/observation. Individuals who are anorexic will commonly say that they wouldn’t lick stamps because they didn’t want the extra calories. Despite the calories being so minuscule.


Aug. 12th mind blowing random thought of the day: There exists a town in Texas called Ding Dong located in Bell County.


I’m sure you know this, but I recently discovered Boring, OR when I was driving to Trillium Lake lol


I ran across this a couple months back…


Approximately 15% of the world’s German shepards are not dogs!


:joy::joy::joy: I don’t even know what to say about that. When I lived in NC, I drove by a town called climax then drove by another town called horneytown…I thought those were strange :thinking:


Lol, yeah I’ve been through Climax b4, I have a cousin in high point. He had a shirt that said “climax, nc… where people come together”

@Englishd there are 2 towns in NC & SC along 95 called white rock and gold rock lol


Had a friend from there. It’s the joke of the town obviously.


There’s a town in Ireland called Muff, it’s on the north coast and it has a diving club which is called…


How awesome is this?


Um. Fakest of fake.


Cats sleep an average of 12-16 hours a day.

Also, there is a Facebook page you can follow called “Cats sleeping in awkward positions” chronicling their sleepventures.


Yes but wouldn’t it have been awesome




In Beaver Colorado, there is a liquor store called “Beaver Liquors!” :joy::joy::joy:


Aug. 13th mind blowing random thought of the day: According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the longest word in the English language is “pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis,” which is a type of lung disease.

I have seen people throw their arms up about this one, since medical terms are an amalgamation of other words smashed together.

According to other dictionary sources, the longest non medical, technical, or scientific word is Antidisestablishmentarianism