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Array ( [sid] => 187048 [catid] => 1 [aid] => mick [title] => Itty Bitty Facts [time] => 2020-06-25 04:00:27 [hometext] => Stuff to think about when you cant sleep..... [bodytext] => 20% of our driving time we’re
waiting at red lights.
“Right of way” or “right of STAY”...
that’s 6 months of our life!

Cherophobia is for real.
What is it, can you guess?
It describes the fear some have
of feeling happiness.

Subway’s math makes teachers flinch!
their foot long sub’s 11 inches!

Marie Curie’s notebooks
testify to this;
radiation takes forever
to become harmless.
Her notebooks won’t be safe for us (radiation free)
for 1500 more years, under lock and key.

A rooster would go deaf from crowing
That’s what nature knows.
So every time it doodle-doos
its ears shut tightly closed.
Maybe that’s the reason that roosters strut proud as can be...
They have no way of telling if their crowing is off key!

Traffic’s so bad in Russia that taxis go too slow,
So can hire an ambulance to get you there you know.
For $200 an hour its siren gets you past
all those knarly traffic jams, while taxis come in last!

NASCAR drivers shed 10 lbs. for each race guaranteed.
The inside of the car can reach 170 degrees.

The Aurora Borealis are the Northern Lights.
The Aurora Australis are the less known Southern Lights.

The East is called the Orient,
but what, pray tell’s the West?
We are called the Occident,
On purpose, that’s us, yes.

Which is the most printed book?
the Bible? The Quran?
Maybe Harry Potter? They’re all also-rans!
200 million copies (annually) outsell them all by far!
Who knew IKEA’s catalog would be so popular!

Bacon isn’t salty. Neither is ham, son.
They both are cured in salt water,
that’s where the salt comes from.

Who was Stuart Sutcliffe? A Beatle, yesiree.
The Beatles left for England. He stayed in Germany.

When the bidding reached $3000
they shut down right away.
Someone nearly sold New Zealand
on auction site EBAY.

Doritos chips are hydrocarbons
soaked in oil, for you.
They make excellent kindling
on your backyard barbeque!

A retired British admiral
began this acronym.
He wrote to Winston Churchill
“OMG” in 1910.

Brigham Young’s the Mormon flagship
with the following taboos:
premarital sex; beards, alcohol –
and tatoos, who knew, did you?

McDonalds flavored broccoli
to taste like bubble gum.
Somehow it didn’t fool the kids – nope, not even one!

American Airlines overnight
saved $40, 000 a year.
They removed one olive
from a first class meal, oh dear!

Think of all the time and money
we don’t need to spend.
Would you rather have it now,
or save it for the end?

If you’re 18 and you can save
about six bucks a day.
You will have a million dollars
on retirement day!
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Itty Bitty Facts

Contributed by softerware on Thursday, 25th June 2020 @ 04:00:27 AM in AEST
Topic: insomniac



20% of our driving time we’re
waiting at red lights.
“Right of way” or “right of STAY”...
that’s 6 months of our life!

Cherophobia is for real.
What is it, can you guess?
It describes the fear some have
of feeling happiness.

Subway’s math makes teachers flinch!
their foot long sub’s 11 inches!

Marie Curie’s notebooks
testify to this;
radiation takes forever
to become harmless.
Her notebooks won’t be safe for us (radiation free)
for 1500 more years, under lock and key.

A rooster would go deaf from crowing
That’s what nature knows.
So every time it doodle-doos
its ears shut tightly closed.
Maybe that’s the reason that roosters strut proud as can be...
They have no way of telling if their crowing is off key!

Traffic’s so bad in Russia that taxis go too slow,
So can hire an ambulance to get you there you know.
For $200 an hour its siren gets you past
all those knarly traffic jams, while taxis come in last!

NASCAR drivers shed 10 lbs. for each race guaranteed.
The inside of the car can reach 170 degrees.

The Aurora Borealis are the Northern Lights.
The Aurora Australis are the less known Southern Lights.

The East is called the Orient,
but what, pray tell’s the West?
We are called the Occident,
On purpose, that’s us, yes.

Which is the most printed book?
the Bible? The Quran?
Maybe Harry Potter? They’re all also-rans!
200 million copies (annually) outsell them all by far!
Who knew IKEA’s catalog would be so popular!

Bacon isn’t salty. Neither is ham, son.
They both are cured in salt water,
that’s where the salt comes from.

Who was Stuart Sutcliffe? A Beatle, yesiree.
The Beatles left for England. He stayed in Germany.

When the bidding reached $3000
they shut down right away.
Someone nearly sold New Zealand
on auction site EBAY.

Doritos chips are hydrocarbons
soaked in oil, for you.
They make excellent kindling
on your backyard barbeque!

A retired British admiral
began this acronym.
He wrote to Winston Churchill
“OMG” in 1910.

Brigham Young’s the Mormon flagship
with the following taboos:
premarital sex; beards, alcohol –
and tatoos, who knew, did you?

McDonalds flavored broccoli
to taste like bubble gum.
Somehow it didn’t fool the kids – nope, not even one!

American Airlines overnight
saved $40, 000 a year.
They removed one olive
from a first class meal, oh dear!

Think of all the time and money
we don’t need to spend.
Would you rather have it now,
or save it for the end?

If you’re 18 and you can save
about six bucks a day.
You will have a million dollars
on retirement day!




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Re: Itty Bitty Facts (User Rating: 1 )
by Invierno on Sunday, 20th September 2020 @ 09:55:14 PM AEST
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I can only imagine the energy you have, writing and researching all of this. You are a hurricane, and man, oh man, I wish I had known you thirty years ago.

Mike




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