The subject of “eating” toothpaste came up in our house this morning. The reason why isn’t important, but what happened afterward, is…
Dave said to me, “I remember eating toothpaste as a child once. There was a series of events that led up to this.” At this point, he had to wait for me to stop laughing hysterically before he could continue.
Here were the “series of events” that led up to my husband eating toothpaste at some point in his childhood:
1. Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider and then became Spider-Man Yes, okay, I’m up to date on my Spider-Man knowledge. Keep going…
2. Fluoride is slightly radioactive Wait. He was old enough to know this (who knows things like this?), but not old enough to know that eating toothpaste wouldn’t turn him into Spider-Man? I question this logic.
3. Toothpaste has Fluoride I see where we’re going here…
4. Therefore, Dave chose to eat toothpaste My husband is, and always been… very logical.
In Health: Everyone knows drinking soda is unhealthy. But did you know drinking soda daily makes you age faster? Soda drinkers have shorter telomeres than non-soda drinkers (this is related to our DNA). I gave up soda (kicking and screaming) about 6 years ago, I guess sometimes my corn allergy is looking out for me. Okay, not really, but I’m glad I don’t have to worry about this anymore.
No? Okay then. You can get the Frozen soundtrack right now for FREE on Google Play – thanks Android Police! I would imagine most people who want this music already have it, but hey, you never know! Lately Google has been giving away a lot of cool things and for some reason I downloaded this. I do not know why… Continue reading →
Apparently if you ask people for free things, they will send you some!The 39 Dollar Experiment is pretty interesting, and definitely creative.
Anti-bacterial solutions are often in the news as being a danger to our health. What if we could reduce the bacteria we encounter, without adding new chemicals to our environment? A company by the name of Sharklet Technologies is working on doing this now. Germ-deflecting surfaces that work due to TEXTURE?! Brilliant!Finding Inspiration in Shark Tanks and Bee Hives is pretty nifty.
As far as fiction reads, yesterday I started reading In the Blood, by Lisa Unger. Wowza! So far all I can say is, how come no one recommended this book to me?! In other words, it’s all kinds of awesome.
Tonight Dave made cajun beans and rice (yes, wine included), so there may be a recipe post coming soon. What did you read today, anything interesting?