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Today's Dippit!


Quote of the Day

"A will finds a way."

Orison Swett Marden

Writing Prompt of the Day

Do You Worry About the Lack of Anonymity in the Digital Age?

Joke of the Day

How many tickles does it take to make an octopus laugh?

10-tickles.

Day's Conversation Starter

Can you tell when someone is lying?

Top Fun Fact

Canadians say "sorry" so much that The Apology Act was passed in 2009, declaring that an apology can't be used as evidence of admission of guilt.

History Fact

The Iron Maiden, a medieval torture device consisting of a sarcophagus filled with metal spikes or nails, likely never actually existed for that purpose. Supposedly used during the Middle Ages, it was only after German philosopher Johann Philipp Siebenkees wrote about them in the 1700s that the devices began turning up in museums as morbid curiosities. The most famous of these, the Iron Maiden of Nuremberg, was only built in the year 1800.

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