Jan. 14th, 2013

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I'm still bored, so here's a list of things I've learned recently:

- "Eskimo" is not a term you're supposed to use to describe people. It's Inuit, not Eskimo. I kinda think they'll always be Eskimos to me though.

- When Jenny asks for input on little wedding details, she doesn't really care what I say. She already has her mind made up before she asks me, and she's just going to go with what she wanted in the first place. I guess I already knew this though haha...it's not just a wedding planning thing. I didn't learn it recently. I just took notice of it again recently. I don't really care about the little details, so whatever. It's fine. She cares about what I think when it comes to the bigger things, but the little things? Not so much. And seriously, that's ok with me. It's kinda funny that she always asks though, because I know she doesn't care what my answer will be, so asking me is pointless.

- How I Met Your Mother is pretty amazing. I don't know why I didn't watch that show before. I started watching it a couple months ago, and now I love it. I'm only to season four though. It's taking me a while because I haven't had much free time.

- I hate snow more and more every year.

- Cats spend 2/3 of their lives sleeping and humans spend 1/3 of their lives sleeping. I knew sleeping was a waste of time.

- The first condoms were made of linen in the 1500s. Something tells me they probably weren't too effective. It doesn't sound too comfortable, either...for either person.

- Tom Waits was Heath Ledger's inspiration for his portrayal of The Joker. Not surprising. Tom Waits is fucking weird. And if you YouTube "Tom Waits Joker" a video will come up of an interview where he talks exactly like the Joker and has similar mannerisms.

- Monkeys peel bananas from the bottom. Or squeeze them out, or whatever they do. But they open them from the bottom. Supposedly you don't get banana strings that way.

- People with O blood types are more susceptible to Norovirus.

- Pennyroyal Tea is used for stomach/digestive problems. I never really knew what it was. I just knew the Nirvana song.

- Tard (Grumpy Cat) is a girl. I guess that's semi-common knowledge, but I always thought it was a boy. It looks like a boy cat to me. That cat's face never gets old.

All very useful information, obviously.


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