A weekly look into the Internet’s junk drawer with the brothers Roderick.
It’s like jumping over a catcher with golf balls in your mouth wearing VR goggles at the Grand Canyon into a pan of paella.
Today is also National Pretzel Day
Tomato frogs secrete a glue that causes a predator’s lips to stick together. When a predator grabs a tomato frog in its mouth, the frog’s skin secretes a thick substance that gums up the predator’s eyes and mouth, causing the predator to release the frog to free up its eyes. The gummy substance contains a toxin that occasionally causes allergic reactions in humans. The allergic reaction will not kill a human and the frog secretes it only when frightened.
The earliest use of the F work was in the year 1310. Paul Booth of Keele University was scanning an obscure 1310 court document from the city of Chester when he came across what may be the oldest written use of the word f*** in the English language.
A newly minted segment that examines the culinary goldmines of sports stadiums.
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