After reading this, you’ll never worry about being alone again. With each breath at the office, you inhale 10,000 bacteria. With each glass of water, you drink 10 million bacteria. Subway tunnel air is cleaner than the mist from your morning shower. That shower mist, by the way, is loaded with bacteria. Plastic shower heads incubate more germs than metal. Stop it.
That cute little piece of tail that the gecko can drop when threatened has two purposes: to divert the attacker’s attention and to help the lizard run faster. Works the same way with big people, don’t you think?
Bad news for teenagers, body builders and women who are preggers: Cocoa butter does not reduce stretch marks. It just makes you slide better.
Chicago: home of the first skyscraper (1885); the first comprehensive mail-order business (Montgomery Ward, 1872); the first Shredded Wheat, Cracker Jack, Juicy Fruit gum, zipper and Ferris wheels (all from the 1893 World’s Fair). Now home for the First Family.
Lincoln Logs were invented by Frank Lloyd Wright’s son.
Note to that crazy Glenn Beck on Fox News: stop spreading lies and scare tactics or I just may have to whip your butt.