Freaky Friday: We can’t guarantee the following bits of weird news are true, but we almost did our best to find out! Enjoy.
It’s getting harder to break the law and get away with it. We can be identified by fingerprints, ear prints, tongue prints, and now our germs are ratting us out. We each have billions of microbes in us or on us, and those critters leave a “unique bacterial genetic signature” behind as we go about our daily business.
A meal for a person with pica might start off with a pebble salad, laundry starch on the side. Then a couple of light bulbs, perhaps halogen, and hunter green paint chips sprinkled with needles for extra crunchiness. For dessert, soft little clouds of plastic wrapped in string. Hey, it’s an eating disorder. What did you think?
Botox wipes the frowns lines away. But does it also paralyze our emotions? The brain tells the face to frown and waits for the report indicating there was a successful frown. With Botox, there are no frown lines, the report gets screwed up, and emotions are misunderstood. Good news is, Botox also prevents excessive sweating! Boooyaaaaa.
Big rains brought abundance of bugs for thousands of spiders, who decided to make nice and work together to build the biggest freaking 600+ foot web your nightmares have ever conjured.
Where do we come up with this stuff? More importantly, why do we do it? Hey, it’s fun. And it’s Friday.