“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”
Where do you find a cow with no legs? Right where you left it.
You have a nail in your body.
Or, at least, the components of one. Iron is an important nutrient that the human body needs. It helps your red blood cells carry oxygen, which is necessary for producing energy throughout the body. That's why an iron deficiency can present itself with feelings of exhaustion. Amazingly, a healthy adult has about three grams of iron, enough that, if it were pulled out and melted down, it could form a nail up to three inches long.
The first vending machine, which dispensed holy water in exchange for a coin, was invented in the first century AD by an engineer named Hero of Alexandria.
300: Rise Of An Empire
Though a large part of the film takes place on water and boats, the film was filmed completely "dry" with all the water digitally added in later.
"Elementary, my dear Watson."
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1939
Sherlock Holmes never utters this line in any of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories. It was invented entirely for the movies.
What food do you know you shouldn’t eat but can’t help yourself?