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Last week, an 81-person orgy was dispersed in Paris because, according to the police, there were issues with social distancing.
In 1908, The New York Times reported a story from Paris about a ‘fake hero‘ dog who regularly pushed children into the Seine, rescued them, and received treats from grateful parents.
Two years from now, spam will be solved. BILL GATES, 2004
In 2018, a Belgian bar had such problems with people stealing their glassware that they demanded customers give up their shoe as a deposit.
The Swedish expression ‘Skita i det blå skåpet’ is used to describe someone who has embarrassed themselves or has taken something too far. It literally means ‘to shit in the blue cupboard’.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is referred to by their staff as the ABC and in the period between their appointment and enthronement as the Archbishop of Canterbury Designate Elect, or the ABCDE.
One of the earliest uses of the word ‘heterosexual’ in English was by J. G. Kiernan in an 1892 medical article. He used it to describe the ‘abnormal methods of gratification’ and the ‘sexual perversion’ of having sex for pleasure and not reproduction.
The Department of Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Umeå, Sweden is looking for a postdoctoral fellow who would study winning strategies for board games.
In 1920 Bill Tilden became the first American to play at Wimbledon. He won it two years in a row and then didn’t show up the next year saying that he found it too easy.
Meanwhile, Trump is the first president to be impeached twice.
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Word of the Day: CLOMPH (Scots) — to walk in oversize shoes.