When the weather gets warmer, and you head out into the sun, you're bound to eat a whole lot of ice cream. Of course, you could choose from the traditional flavors, like vanilla, chocolate, pistachio and rocky road. But why not try something a little different?
Most of us love our pets to death, and have no problem lavishing attention upon them when they are good. Sometimes in the winter, if we happen to live in a cold place, we might even knit a sweater for them (especially the little ones). These days, if your dog is acting a bit strange, you can even take it to a pet psychologist. There seems to be no end to the ways we try and make our animals more like us.
Keeping with this tradition, some people have gone so far as to throw a wedding bash for their canine friends.
Are you always taking off your watch and then losing it? Or what about your iPod? You put it in one pocket, forget it’s there, and then somehow manage to let it fall out while roaming about town. Well, if these are the kinds of things that worry you, you can rest assured. There is now a perfect, if somewhat invasive, option available to you.
Dave Hurban, a tattoo artists and piercer from New Jersey, has gone to some pretty extreme lengths to keep his iPod Nano Touch stuck to his wrist.
Shaking hands upon greeting someone new has become such a routine and automatic "Hello" response -- that is, unless you're one of those guys who bump fists or put people in head locks. As with most things, the majority of people just accept this act as customary without question, but for the rest of us, we want to know why we do it.
So, you're engaged (hypothetically speaking, of course). You've got the ring, the flowers, the wedding location, the band... Now all you need to do is "tie the knot." But what knot exactly are you tying?
If you escape something dangerous, like a possible ninja assassin or your mother’s rage after forgetting her birthday yet again, you just might catch yourself saying, “Whew, I escaped that by the skin of my teeth.” In others words, you almost didn’t make it out at all, but why would we say something that sounds kinda painful?
Some of you might be laughing right now, while looking at your husband or significant other and thinking, “I know exactly where couch potatoes come from. (Insert loved one’s name here)." And, you know, you'd be kind of right.
Oops, you’ve just said something terrible, or perhaps something you shouldn’t have said at all. You don’t want to invite the bad luck that will inevitably accompany your careless remarks, but what can you do? Knock on wood, of course. But why do we do that?
Since today is "National Blame Someone Else Day," we thought we'd take a look at the origins of the term "scapegoat." No, a scapegoat isn’t a tricky goat that has busted out of his pen and fled the farm. A scapegoat is someone who shoulders the blame and is punished, unjustly or not, for the misdeeds of others.
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