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Today's Dippit!

Daily Quote

"Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible."

Richard P. Feynmann

Writing Prompt

Do You Shop at Locally Owned Businesses?

Conversation Starter

What food do you know you shouldn’t eat but can’t help yourself?

Joke of the Day

I wasn't going to get a brain transplant, but then I changed my mind.

Fun Fact

Before the 1800s, people had a "first" and "second sleep." They would sleep 3-4 hours, wake up for 2-3 hours to do some type of activity, then go back to sleep until morning.

History Fact

A Distinguished History

With all the history we have behind us, it can be hard to keep track of everything. Which is why is seems super disorienting to think that the University of Oxford, which opened its doors to students in 1096, is actually older than the Aztec empire, which began in 1427, by hundreds of years. Super disorienting, but super true.

Weird Laws


Liquor stores can't sell refrigerated water or soda. The law specifies that a beer and wine store should be in the exclusive business of selling adult beverages and that any water or soda sold needs to be room temperature.

Food Thing

Best Gorgonzola-Cheese Dishes in the U.S.

Gorgonzola has been appearing in macaroni-and-cheese dishes across the U.S., elevating this beloved comfort food to new heights. Mastro’s, with locations in nine states, makes a particularly mean gorgonzola mac and cheese (pictured here) that also features fontina cheese and minced garlic.

Living by the ethos “go big or go home,” Annabelle’s Own in Michigan serves a gorgonzola mac and cheese with bacon, while Mr. Mac’s in New Hampshire adds steak to the mix.

Yes, please!

Movie/TV Trivia

The Hangover

In The Hangover, Ed Helms is actually missing a tooth. He never had an adult incisor grow, and his fake incisor was taken out for the parts of filming where Stu's tooth is missing.

Movie/TV Quote

"Hello, gorgeous."

Funny Girl, 1968

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