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Today's Dippit!


Daily Quote

"Live so that when your children think of fairness, caring, and integrity, they think of you."


H. Jackson Brown Jr


Joke of the Day

What do you call the wife of a hippie? A Mississippi


Fun Fact

Bin Laden’s death was announced on 1st May 2011. Hitler’s death was announced on 1st May 1945.

Both of these cruel leader’s deaths were announced on the same day, but due to the time difference, Bin Laden actually died on May 2nd.


The announcement was made in the U.S. which was hours enough ahead to still be May 1st.


History Fact

Turkeys were once worshiped as Gods.

The Mayan people believed turkeys were the vessels of the Gods, and honored them with worship.

They were even domesticated to have roles in religious rites!


Movie/TV Trivia

Michael Smiley aka Tyres from Spaced can be seen as one of the zombies outside The Winchester in Shaun of the Dead in full Tyres get-up.


Movie/TV Quote

"I wish I knew how to quit you."

Brokeback Mountain, 2005


Conversation Starter

What is the best pickup line you’ve ever used? Heard?


Writing Prompt

What Ordinary Moments Would You Include in a Video About Your Life?


Weird Laws

Washington: No Sasquatch poaching

It is illegal to poach a Sasquatch in at least two Washington counties. In 1991, Whatcom Country declared its roughly one million acres of land an official Sasquatch Protection and Refuge Area, giving our nation its first Bigfoot Sanctuary. If Bigfoot exists, lawmakers reasoned, it would be an endangered species, and therefore in need of protection. For this reason, Skamania County has considered Bigfoot-poaching a felony since 1969—still punishable by a $1000 fine.


Food Thing

To make jelly beans shiny, shellac is used, which is made from Kerria lacca insect excretions.

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