"Winners focus on winning. Losers focus on winners."
My friend says to me, "What rhymes with orange?"
And I told him, "No it doesn't!"
There are more twins now than ever before.
You might think twins are a rarity, but they're actually becoming more common than ever. "From about 1915, when the statistical record begins, until 1980, about one in every 50 babies born was a twin, a rate of 2 percent," writes Alexis C. Madrigal of The Atlantic. "Then, the rate began to increase: by 1995, it was 2.5 percent. The rate surpassed 3 percent in 2001 and hit 3.3 percent in 2010. [That means] one out of every 30 babies born is a twin."
Scientists believe this trend is due to the fact that older women tend to have more twins, and women are choosing to start families later. Fertility treatments such as in-vitro fertilization likely also play a role.
“Fox Tossing” was once a popular sport.
Popular with Europe’s aristocracy during the 17th and 18th century, fox tossing would involve a person – or a couple – throwing a fox as far and as high as they could!
To thank Robin Williams for his work on Aladdin, Disney sent him a late Pablo Picasso painting.
“Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have found my way to the goblin city to take back the child you have stolen. For my will is as strong as yours and my kingdom is as great. You have no power over me.
If you had to change your name, what would your new name be?