Taken from Google Home Page "Useless Knowledge…"
A covey of partridges
A muster or ostentation of peacocks
A nest, nide (nye), or bouquet of pheasants
A string of ponies
A pod of porpoises
A covey or bevy of quail
A nest of rabbits
An unkindness of ravens
Around 1400 B.C., it was the fashion among rich Egyptian women to place a large cone of scented grease on top of their heads. As the day wore on, it melted and dripped down their bodies, covering their skin with an oily, glistening sheen and bathing their clothes in fragrance.
Hair does not continue to grow after death because it requires nourishment from pumping blood. The hair only appears longer because skin pulls away as the body begins to dry out.
A 42-foot sperm whale has about 7 tons of oil in it, not sperm! (um, well…did you think otherwise?)
The swan is the only bird that has a penis…..
and on that, um, note:
Green Tip of the Day: Planet Green’s ..ahem, teehee…"Top Green Sex Tips…"
Healthy Living Tip of the Day: Real Age’s "3 Ways That Food Labels Fool You" I think the term "no fat" on many foods hurts more than helps. And, as I said below, No Fat Mayonnaise is an abomination – ugh. Besides, calories are still calories. If you eat 3000 calories a day and expend 2500 – that’s 500 extra calories times seven is 3500 calories a week –of course, this isn’t an exact science here; however, our bodies are science-we are "organic machines" – if we thought more in these terms instead of seeing food as all emotional, we would be eating healthier. Sure, food is "emotional –who doesn’t eat for example a bowl of steaming tomato soup with a grilled cheese sandwich and not feel comfortable? Or bite into Mom’s lemon squares and not think about a time in childhood that was sweet and tart and gooey? But, you must also think of food in terms of nutrition for your body – to see yourself as organic and chemical; scientific.
Writer’s/Editor’s Tip of the day: Grammar Post by Kat I even invited readers to see if I made any grammar mistakes in the post and to call me on it!
Now, go have a good healthy day to prepare you for a good healthy week…and don’t forget to breathe innnnnn, breathe ouuuut….breathe breathe….