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Today's Dippit!

Daily Quote

"Working hard for something we don't care about is called stressed; working hard for something we love is called passion."


Simon Sinek


Joke of the Day

What is orange and sounds like a parrot?

A carrot!


Fun Fact

Bee hummingbirds are so small they get mistaken for insects.

Hummingbirds are known for being itty-bitty creatures, but Bee Hummingbirds are the teeniest versions of these shockingly tiny flyers. They're actually the smallest bird in the world. They are so minuscule that they are sometimes mistaken for insects (which explains their name), according to the National Audobon Society. The birds are just two and a quarter inches long and weigh less than a dime.


History Fact

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson Died on the Same Day

On July 4th, 1826, both U.S. presidents John Adams and Thomas Jefferson passed away—within five hours of each other. Crazy. They were once fellow patriots turned adversaries, and they were also the last surviving members of the original American revolutionaries.


Movie/TV Trivia

The Phantom Of The Opera

The doll in the Phantom's lair that is supposed to resemble Emmy Rossum is not actually a wax mold. It is Emmy Rossum. The production produced a mask of her face to use on the mannequin but when they put in the fake eyes it didn't look like her. She suggested to stand in as the mannequin instead. This was done by her being made up like a doll with waxy makeup on, and her standing very, very still.


Movie/TV Quote

“We all know the truth: more connects us than separates us. But in times of crisis the wise build bridges, while the foolish build barriers. We must find a way to look after one another, as if we were one single tribe.”


Black Panther


Conversation Starter

If you could bring back one TV show that was cancelled, which one would you bring back?


Writing Prompt


Weird Laws

It Is Illegal to Wear Lacy Undies in Russia

Sorry ladies (and gents), but Russia doesn't want you wearing anything lacy underneath your clothing. A 2014 law in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan states undergarments must be made with a minimum of 6 percent of cotton. Why? They claim it is for health and safety.


While women across the nations protested, the law is in effect and you can no longer buy lace garments. How they'll know what you have on underneath is another subject.

Komen


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