Mind Blowing Random Thoughts

#1180

Nick is a nickname. :exploding_head:

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#1181

Ran across this earlier…

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#1182

Apr. 28th mind blowing random thought of the day: “Lalochezia” is the word used to describe the emotional relief one feels after using swear words, typically out of anger or pain.

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#1183

https://youtu.be/4Dgv9c20l0A :joy:

#1184

I knew it was thing :thinking::sweat_smile::joy:

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#1185

“Swaffelen” is a dutch term that means to hit ones penis repeatedly against an object or another person, usually on the cheek (upper cheeks or lower ones, take ur pick lol) it was named the “word of the year” in Belgium and the Netherlands in 2008 :laughing:

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#1186

Also, Doctor Doom and John Wick both die at the end of Avengers: Endgame! :exploding_head:

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#1187

Crazy Dutch word :joy:

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#1188

I must be exceptionally angry than…

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#1189

Inheritance is like your relatives dropping loot when they die :thinking:

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#1190

Apr. 29th mind blowing random thought of the day: There exist 2 ATM machines in Antarctica, but only 1 of them works at a time. If the first one breaks down, the other can be dismantled for parts, and a repairman will visit every 2 years to perform routine maintenance.

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#1191

Apr. 30th mind blowing random thought of the day: Author Edgar Allan Poe’s famous poem “The Raven” was in its first draft entitled “The Parrot.”

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#1192

A parrot makes more sense! But i guess isnt scarier.

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#1193

Ha! Parrots don’t inspire fear, generally. :parrot:

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#1194

Maybe if it were a pirate story…

#1195

May 1st mind blowing random thought of the day: In Leonardo di Vinci’s painting “The Last Supper,” Judas Iscariot is depicted as having spilled the salt, which is a sign of bad luck.

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#1196

Tomorrow, 500 years ago Leonadro died…May 2nd 1519…did you know?

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#1197

You speak the truth!

#1198

:eye: know!

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#1199

DaVinci was BA. The guy made a lot of medical advances because he would illegally dig up dead bodies in the graveyard to study their anatomy.

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