Normally, I ignore (but scoff at) these “so-and-so of magic” posts that regularly appear on Tumblr. But, about a week ago, I decided to prove my theory that they were bullshit. So I reblogged the “Roger the magical pug” meme that crossed my dashboard. Sure enough, several days passed without anything special happening to me. So, does one have to believe in these things for them to work? Or do those who swear by them simply mistake the good things which happen in everyones lives for some kind of magic?
Today I learned that, if you Google the word “askew”, the results will be tilted slightly on the page.
What would be one of the worst ways to die? Buried in garbage?
That’s setting a good example for the kids. Wouldn’t you think a teacher would be smart enough to not go to work puking drunk?
A new washing machine has been developed that has temperature and time settings optimal for removing curry stains.
How would you like to wake up, one morning, and find that you needed a hammer to chip your way out of your house?
Woman Spends 14 Years Photographing World’s Oldest Trees.
Queen Elizabeth uses her purse to send signals to her staff. And, now, everyone will know when they are annoying her,
Jonas the tiger.
Giraffe defending itself against a lion.
This woman stopped some punks from torturing a baby seal, and they turned their hatred on her.
Whale beachings may be caused by solar flares.
Pup has a unique digging method.
I was raised as a devout Catholic, but, as I got older, the tenets of the religion made less and less sense. As the person who created this explains:
NASA wants to create a magnetic field around Mars, as Earth has, which would hold an atmosphere on the planet.
This is what astronomers saw, when they looked at the recently discovered Trappist 1 solar system. This area is equivalent in size to holding up a grain of sand at arms length towards the sky. The Kepler telescope uses data like this to look for planets by noticing dips in the light of a star as planets pass in front, known as the transit method.
As the plane was flying low over some hills near Athens, a lady asked the stewardess, “What’s that stuff all over those hills?” “Just snow,” replied the stewardess. “That’s what I thought,” said the lady, “but this fellow in front of me said it was Greece.”
Thomas and Tamara were attending a dinner party so that Thomas’s mother could meet Tamara for the first time. Towards the end of the evening, Tamara approached Thomas and asked if there was a problem, as Thomas’s mother seemed to be avoiding her after the introduction. “Honestly, my dear,” Thomas said, “Mother finds you to be, how should I put it, a bit on the crude side.” “Crude? Doesn’t she know that I come from one of the most respected families in Boston ? That I was educated in Europe ? That I attended the finest finishing schools on the East Coast? That I attended Vassar, graduating Magna Cum Laude?” Tamara asked. “Yes, yes, my love, I told her all that,” Thomas replied. “Then where in the fuck does that bitch come off with all that “crude” bullshit?”
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