Now and Then is just the girl version of Stand by Me
I am going to start adding to my blog A LOT more. I miss doing it. Not sure why I don’t anymore. I know my readers miss me (right?) so yea.
But just not tonight. I am bored and have slept most of the day. I am on bed rest. Mom is making me. I had a cough that wouldn’t stop at random moments yesterday. So she drugged me and I was out till like 1 in the afternoon the next day. I watched the Addams Family. WHICH WAS GREAT! I miss that movie. I ALWAYS wanted to be Wednesday Addams. Still do.
The ironic part is… i just went to the bathroom and picked up a magazine. Started to read it ANDDDD they are making a Addams Family Musiical for BROADWAY. WITH BEBE NEUWIRTH AND NATHAN LANE.
I am figuring out that I was just destined to have issues with my food.
You see I don’t like my food to touch and I don’t like excessive amounts of things like ketchup and stuff.
Growing up my dad knew this and you push my buttons and put food on top of things.
He as this issue of physically touching things. Not himself but if others do. Its nothing huge. But i would purposely touch his food. If i took a bite of his stuff he would give me the whole thing instead of just finishing it.
We are funny together.
is guest starring on General Hospital???
thats all i am saying.
- Me: I went to view the journal entries and saw it and was like, "wait... what? did i just get hacked."
- You: Ha Ha I did it.
- Me: I got that when I clicked home and saw the picture.
- You: It fits nicely with the color scheme.
The women of the Tiwi tribe in the South Pacific are married at birth.
When Albert Einstein died, his final words died with him. The nurse at his side didn’t understand German.
St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, was not Irish.
St. John was the only one of the 12 Apostles to die a natural death
A South African monkey was once awarded a medal and promoted to the rank of corporal during World War I.
The Toltecs, Seventh-century native Mexicans, went into battle with wooden swords so as not to kill their enemies.
China banned the pigtail in 1911 as it was seen as a symbol of feudalism.
Sliced bread was patented by a jeweller, Otto Rohwedder, in 1928. He had been working on it for 16 years, having started in 1912.
Ivan the terrible claimed to have ‘deflowered thousands of virgins and butchered a similar number of resulting offspring’.
The Anglo-Saxons believed Friday to be such an unlucky day that they ritually slaughtered any child unfortunate enough to be born on that day.
Ancient drinkers warded off the devil by clinking their cups
The Nobel Prize resulted form a late change in the will of Alfred Nobel, who did not want to be remembered after his death as a propagator of violence - he invented dynamite.
The cost of the first pay-toilets installed in England was tuppence.
Pogonophobia is the fear of beards.
In 1647 the English Parliament abolished Christmas.
Coffee is the second largest item of international commerce in the world. The largest is petrol.
When George I became King of England in 1714, his wife did not become Queen. He placed her under house arrest for 32 years.
The richest 10 per cent of the French people are approximately fifty times better off than the poorest 10 per cent.
During World War One, the future Pope John XXIII was a sergeant in the Italian Army.
Richard II died aged 33 in 1400. A hole was left in the side of his tomb so people could touch his royal head, but 376 years later some took advantage of this and stole his jawbone.
The magic word “Abracadabra” was originally intended for the specific purpose of curing hay fever.
The Puritans forbade the singing of Christmas Carols, judging them to be out of keeping with the true spirit of Christmas.
Albert Einstein was once offered the Presidency of Israel. He declined saying he had no head for problems.
Uri Geller, the professional psychic was born on December 20 1946. As to the origin of his alleged powers, Mr Geller maintains that they come from the distant planet of Hoova.
John D. Rockefeller gave away over US$ 500,000,000 during his lifetime.
Only 1 child in 20 are born on the day predicted by the doctor.
In the 1970’s, the Rhode Island Legislature in the US entertained a proposal that there be a $2 tax on every act of sexual intercourse in the State.
The British did not release the body of Napoleon Bonaparte to the French until twenty days after his death.
Catherine the First of Russia, made a rule that no man was allowed to get drunk at one of her parties before nine o’clock.
At the age of 12, Martin Luther King became so depressed he tried committing suicide twice, by jumping out of his bedroom window.
It is illegal to be a prostitute in Siena, Italy, if your name is Mary.
The Turk’s consider it considered unlucky to step on a piece of bread.
The authorities do not allow tourists to take pictures of Pygmies in Zambia.
The Dutch in general prefer their french fries with mayonnaise.
Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, never phoned his wife or his mother, they were both deaf.
Queen Victoria was one of the first women ever to use chloroform to combat pain during childbirth.
Peter the Great had the head of his wife’s lover cut off and put into a jar of preserving alcohol, which he then ordered to be placed by her bed.
The car manufacturer Henry Ford was awarded Hitler’s Grand Cross of the Supreme Order of the German Eagle. Henry Ford was the inventor of the assembly line, and Hitler used this knowledge of the assembly line to speed up production, and to create better and interchangeable products.
Atilla the Hun is thought to have been a dwarf.
The warriors tribes of Ethiopia used to hang the testicles of those they killed in battle on the ends of their spears.
On 15 April 1912 the SS Titanic sunk on her maiden voyage and over 1,500 people died. Fourteen years earlier a novel was published by Morgan Robertson which seemed to foretell the disaster. The book described a ship the same size as the Titanic which crashes into an iceberg on its maiden voyage on a misty April night. The name of Robertson’s fictional ship was the Titan.
While at Havard University, Edward Kennedy was suspended for cheating on a Spanish exam.
The childrens’ nursery rhyme ‘Ring-a-Ring-a-Roses’ actually refers to the Black Death which killed about 30 million people in the fourteenth-century.
During the reign of Elizabeth I, there was a tax put on men’s beards.
Some Eskimos have been known to use refrigerators to keep their food from freezing.
It is illegal to play tennis in the streets of Cambridge.
It was quite common for the men of Ancient Greece to exercise in public .. naked.
John Paul Getty, once the richest man in the world, had a payphone in his mansion.
Iceland is the world’s oldest functioning democracy.
In 1849, David Atchison became President of the United States for just one day, and he spent most of the day sleeping.
It was the custom in Ancient Rome for the men to place their right hand on their testicles when taking an oath. The modern term ‘testimony’ is derived from this tradition.
The study of stupidity is called ‘monology’.
Hindu men believe(d) it to be unluckily to marry a third time. They could avoid misfortune by marring a tree first. The tree ( his third wife ) was then burnt, freeing him to marry again.
More money is spent each year on alcohol and cigarettes than on Life insurance.
There are no clocks in Las Vegas casinos.
On 9 February 1942, soap rationing began in Britain.
Paul Revere was a dentist.
Chop-suey is not a native Chinese dish, it was created in California by Chinese immigrants.
A parthenophobic has a fear of virgins.
South American gauchos were known to put raw steak under their saddles before starting a day’s riding, in order to tenderise the meat.
Urine was once used to wash clothes.
St Nicholas, the original Father Christmas, is the patron saint of thieves, virgins and communist Russia.
Dublin is home of the Fairy Investigation Society.
People in Siberia often buy milk frozen on a stick.
Princess Ann was the only competitor at the 1976 Montreal Olympics that did not have to undergo a sex test.
Coffins which are due for cremation are usually made with plastic handles.
The two highest IQ’s ever recorded (on a standard test) both belong to women.
George Washington grew marijuana in his garden.