Mind Blowing Random Thoughts


Nicola Tesla refused to talk to women who were wearing pearls.:thinking:


Nicola Tesla once wrote, “I loved that pigeon as a man loves a woman, and she loved me. As long as I had her, there was a purpose to my life.”

He certainly was something!


I love that you came up with that in a hot second. Awesome! Poor pigeon.


Indeed. He found her injured and nursed her back to health. So it’s sweet! :thinking:


Nov. 3rd mind blowing random thought of the day: the Scottish word “tartle” is used to describe the moment of panic felt when attempting to introduce someone to another but can’t remember the person’s name.


Nov. 4th mind blowing random thought of the day: Losing an hour of sleep during the spring forward daylight savings time has been reported to cause a 25% increase in heart attacks the following Monday, and then reduce by 21% during the fall back.


I knew there had to be another reason on top of the many others of why it sucks!


Kids waking you up early AF isn’t enough?? :wink:




Hahahaha. Thats one of the many :wink:


Nov. 5th mind blowing random thought of the day: “The sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick” currently holds the Guinness World Record for being the toughest tongue twister in the English language to say 10 times fast.


Screw that, I quit


I can’t even say it correctly once slowly. :rofl:


Mind blowing…no. Random…yes.


I know! Neither can i!


That or since they are married they want to be lol


“Britney Spears” is an anagram of “Presbyterian.”


Bears give birth during hibernation. Mind blowing? Absolutely! If you fell asleep one night and woke up with two or three kids, you’d freak the hell out, wouldn’t you?


Haha! Would be mind blowing if hibernation were what people honestly believed it was. Hybernating animals dont sleep for months on end, they sleep normally and rest. Sometimes they’ll leave to forage for food.


Nov. 6th mind blowing random thought of the day: “Selective mutism” is a disorder that makes sufferers too afraid to speak in certain situations, such as at school or on stage, even though they can otherwise talk perfectly well.