“Life is a flower of which love is the honey.”
Joke of the Day
How do you stop a bull from charging?
You take away it's credit card!
The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
While Scotland proudly boasts the Loch Ness Monster, one of the world's most famous fabled creatures, the country opted to make another mythical beast its national animal: the unicorn. Although this might seem like an odd choice, Visit Scotland explains that unicorns played an integral role in the country's history. Back in the 12th century, William I used the "proud beast" in the Scottish royal coat of arms.
Old Japanese scrolls show that in the 1500s, people used to engage in a funny but truly disgusting game where the players would try their best to out-fart the others! If I had a time machine I could only use once, let’s just say I don’t think I’d be going to kill Hitler… (I’d go to win a fart-off).
Into The Woods
At a Q&A session after screening of the film, James Corden recalled an incident during rehearsals in which Meryl Streep jumped on a table and her foot got caught in her costume. She started falling backwards, head first, toward a concrete floor. Both Corden and director Rob Marshall froze in the fear that they were about to witness the death of Meryl Streep. However, a pregnant Emily Blunt stepped in and caught Streep before she hit the floor.
"I wish I knew how to quit you."
Brokeback Mountain (2005)
Do movies have the same power as books to change the world?
No Mooning in the Hellenic Republic
Well, not the real mooning the moon does, but what some troublemakers do. The Hellenic Republic, which is the official name of Greece, considers mooning an act of disrespect and provocation. The country has zero tolerance against mooning and offenders can be arrested or made to do time.