Origins of common phrases

Origin Of Common Phrases Like ‘Balls To The Wall’ Is Fascinating

There’s a good chance you attend at least one, or several, white elephant parties over the holidays. Did you ever stop to think what the hell white elephant actually meant? Probably not. This entertaining video from the Sam O’Neilla Academy explains the origins, or etymology, of commons words and phrases that people toss around all …

Anime Drawings Father And Son

Dad Turns Son’s Doodles Into Incredibly Detailed Anime Drawings

My son gets incredibly mad when I try to “fix” his jokes. He’ll make up a joke that has potential but all the joke needs is a rephrasing (because he’s 7 and hasn’t quite grasped proper English yet) so I’ll make wording suggestions. He’ll tell me to “stop making them better.” I wonder how he’d …

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Star Wars Gingerbread Imperial Star Destroyer Makes The Dark Side Look Delicious

Themed bakeries are a fun idea if the theme provides enough inspiration to crank out creation after creation of edible treats. This bakery in Sweden has definitely found their sweet spot when it comes to ideas and inspirations for gingerbread masterpieces. The Star Wars Bakery in Stockholm, Sweden has been busy at work creating incredible, …

classic insults to call someone

Here’s A List Of Classic Insults That Need To Make A Comeback In 2018

There’s nothing better than a good insult, especially if the recipient is clueless as to what the hell you just called him or her. The problem though is that most insults are pretty common and there’s a good chance the person has been called that name on more than a few occasions. Do you honestly …

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Japanese Cartoon Characters Always Have Five Fingers And Here’s The Odd Reason Why

Every country has its odd laws and rules. Japan is no different. This rule involves cartoon and video game characters and the correct number of fingers on hands. Many video game characters have four fingers but the practice is frowned upon in Japan. This results in special variants of popular four-fingered icons like Bart Simpson …