Jan. 27th mind blowing random thought of the day: Polar bears don’t defecate nor urinate while hibernating, but instead recycle their excrement into protein.
Jan. 28th mind blowing random thought of the day: President Martin van Buren’s autobiography fails to ever mention his wife and accompanying first lady, Hannah.
That’s what I was thinking, even if his brain made it impossible to sleep his body would still need it…its in a crap ton of articles around the net tho so idk? I agree tho, its prob Soviet propaganda to scare the Germans…“were so resilient u cant even shoot us in the head or we become even more badass” lol
All the Russians probably survive on drinking kerosene and eating firewood. Hardy people there.
Jan. 29th mind blowing random thought of the day: Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan named the Pacific Ocean in 1519 after the Latin word meaning “tranquil” while on an expedition to cross its waters. He died, however, before completing his journey.
Jan. 30th mind blowing random thought of the day: Helen Keller was the first person to introduce the akita dog breed from Japan to North America in 1937.
Jan. 31st mind blowing random thought of the day: Author Mark Twain was born in 1835 and died in 1910, both during the same years as when Halley’s Comet traveled across the sky as it passed by the Earth.
The term “shot” in reference to drinking liquor came about in the old west because a jigger of whiskey and a .45 caliber cartridge both cost about 12 cents, if a guy was short on money he would often pay for his drink with a bullet and ask for a “shot of whiskey” and it stuck.
Definitely knew this one. Most Panthers can be looked at closely to see the dotting/sporting pattern in their coat.
Don’t try this at home, kids.
Lmao, that’s what I was thinkin when I read it too Daaaamn Rob is a str8 savage!
Read in the best Steve Irwin voice possible!
Often I find myself thinking about how this world is so complex that these exotic fruits grow & they so beautiful and crazy and cool looking. And that their shells, skins, & textures are grown in certain ways to aid in their survival. And then it makes me think about what person found these crazy looking fruits and decided that they would try to eat them. And how many bad or poisonous fruits did these people try until they found a really good one?
Finnish coat of arms has crowned lion with an armored arm and sword, standing on saber. This has been for hundreds of years. Finland doesn’t have lions. Never had. Or sabers as far as I know. So why?
There are people who can lick their elbow and humming while closing your nose is possible, just not for very long. Russia ain’t european country.
Tar in tobacco is healthy for you. It stops your lungs from leaking
People die if they are killed. That’s the way it should be.
You can have a whole conversation in finnish, using only two letters
A: Kokoo kokko (Build a midsummer pyre)
B: Koko kokkoko?!? (Whole midsummer pyre?!?)
A: Koko kokko. (Yes, whole midsummer pyre.)
And this is not a joke.
Feb. 1st mind blowing random thought of the day: Neptune has the strongest winds of any other planet in the solar system, reaching speeds of up to approx. 1,200 mph.
So much respect for the lunatics who were the first humans to try food that need to be prepared a certain way in order to not kill you. Example being fugu, a type of pufferfish. Like…trial and error in this scenario is not a fun game.
There’s some joke out there about the first person to ever have honey, like “they looked at a bee’s nest and thought, ‘those bastards are hiding something delicious in there, I just know it’”.