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Today's Dippit!

Daily Quote

"Adventure is not outside man; it is within."

George Eliot

Writing Prompt

Do You Ever Hang Out at the Mall?

Conversation Starter

Do you like spicy food? Why or why not? What is the spiciest thing you have ever eaten?

Joke of the Day

Thanks for explaining the word 'many' to me, it means alot.

Fun Fact

All colours of Froot Loops have the same flavor.

History Fact

Write it Down

Since written accounts of history only began about 6,000 years ago, about 97% of human history is lost to the sands of time; modern humans first appeared around 200,000 years ago.

Weird Laws


Cannibalism is strictly prohibited and punishable by up to 14 years in prison, except under "life-threatening conditions as the only apparent means of survival."

Food Thing

Blue and Gorgonzola

Annual U.S. production: 94.7 million pounds

Blue cheese is one of those cheeses that you either love or hate — passionately. Made with cow’s, sheep’s or goat’s milk, it has cultures of the Penicillium mold added, giving it blue, green or black veins and a distinct pungent smell that some find divine and others find abhorrent.

For those seeking a less, shall we say, powerful cheese, there’s gorgonzola — a specific type of blue cheese that’s considered more mild than its Stilton or Roquefort counterparts. Its characteristics include smaller blue veins, a considerably less pungent smell and a milky, almost sweet flavor.

Movie/TV Trivia

Bridget Jones's Diary

To prepare for the role, Renée Zellweger gained 25 pounds, and then actually worked at a British publishing company for a month in preparation for the role. She adopted an alias as well as her posh accent and was apparently not recognized. On her desk in this office she kept a framed picture of then boyfriend Jim Carrey. Workers who did not recognize her found this to be odd, but never mentioned it to her for fear of embarrassing her.

Movie/TV Quote

"Striker: Surely you can't be serious.

Rumack: I am serious…and don't call me Shirley."

Airplane!, 1980

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