Mind Blowing Random Thoughts


#506

There is also a town called Middlesex and intercourse nc


#507

I made a salad from those flowers once. It was amazing!


#508

What part of north Carolina did you live?


#509

Oct. 26th mind blowing random thought of the day: The Aztecs of central Mexico made their swords by using prismatic obsidian volcanic glass, famous for being sharper than present day steel razor blades.


#510

Dragon glass. Ready for wight walkers. :+1:


#511

Oct. 27th mind blowing random thought of the day: In Germany, it is illegal to name one’s child “Lucifer.”


#512

The Canadian government has declared Santa as a Canadian citizen. You can mail your letter to the North Pole in any language (including Braille); his trusted elves will answer them all. 1.5 million of them.


#513

There are more donut shops per capita in Canada than any other country in the world.


#514

That’s why Canadians traditionally give you a Donut when visiting their house right? :rofl:


#515

Maybe? I just take them to Tim Hortons because it’s right around the block…


#516

Oct. 28th mind blowing random thought of the day: Connecting the Gulf of Burnef with the island of Noirmoutier, the Passage du Gois in France is a road that can only be used twice every day for a few hours, as when the high tide rises, it disappears 13 feet underwater.


#517

According to tradition, if a person wears his or her clothes inside out and then walks backwards on Halloween, he or she will see a witch at midnight.


#518

I’d try it out, but I’ll likely be sleeping at that time.


#519

Oct. 29th mind blowing random thought of the day: Most of the budget for the making of the film ‘Monty Python and the Holy Grail’ was donated by band members of Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd.


#520

And…George Harrison donated 4 million dollars for the production of Life of Brian.


#521

Oct. 30th mind blowing random thought of the day: A total of 10 people have died in the White House: President William Henry Harrison (1841), First Lady Letitia Tyler (1842), President Zachary Taylor (1850), Willie Lincoln, son of President Abraham Lincoln (1862), Frederick Dent, father of First Lady Julia Grant (1873), Minister of the Kingdom of Hawaii to the United States Elisha Hunt Allen (1883), First Lady Caroline Harrison (1892), First Lady Ellen Wilson (1914), White House Press Secretary Charles G. Ross (1950), and Margaret Wallace, mother of First Lady Bess Truman (1952).


#522

Oct. 31st mind blowing random thought of the day: The average pillowcase can hold approx. 1,690 pieces of candy.


#523

On this day in history - 1940 World War II: The Battle of Britain ended. Britain had successfully avoided a possible German invasion.


#524

Nov. 1st mind blowing random thought of the day: The original name for cotton candy was “fairy floss,” invented in 1897 by dental practitioner Dr. William Morrison of Nashville, Tennessee alongside candy maker John C. Wharton. First introduced to the public at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair, they sold over 68,000 boxes for 25 cents each, or approx. $6.75 in today’s money.


#525

Nov. 2nd mind blowing random thought of the day: One of the oldest Ancient Egyptian deities, the sky god of infinity, eternity, and endlessness, was named “Huh.”