What? It's Tuesday? Really? How did that happen? Oh, yeah, I've spent the last 2 days recovering from TBDPBWAFPWBM (The Birthday Party By Which All Future Parties Will Be Measured). Don't know what I'm talking about? Watermelon brains people, watermelon brains. If you haven't checked it out, click the link above (but not yet, I haven't started with the randomness.
*My personal trainer is evil and I'm convinced she's trying to kill me. Slowly. And painfully.
*Tonight is "America's Night Out" but I'm not sure anyone knows. Isn't it funny that we live in Germany and we know? We had a huge cookout with all the neighbors, but I had to come in because I got stung by a wasp and my arm is swollen like twice the normal size. M really, really wants to stab me with my epi pen, but I won't let him.
*I've been stung twice (TWICE!) this week by wasps. I know I'm sweet and all, but come on! I don't bother them. Why are they bothering me? I hope the two that stung me died slow agonizing deaths, even though I know wasps don't die after stinging.
*There are more than 40,000 toilet related accidents in the US every year. Do people not know how to use them? What's going on?
*Banging your head against the wall burns 150 calories and hour. Who cares if you're smart, as long as you're thin, right?
*Indy is already planning next year's b-day party.
*Krapp is a Swedish brand of toilet paper.
*The whole right side of my body (where the stupid bee stung me) is itchy. GAH!
*During WWII German U-boat U-120 was sunk by a malfunctioning toilet. Seeing a theme here?
*George Washington was a bit of bad ass crazy. Need an example? During the French and Indian War, Washington was known to the natives of Quebec as "The Destroyer of Cities". He traded blankets infected with small pox to the Indians. This wiped out 50% of the population. WHAT? The beloved father of our country? I know!
*I learned about the President's birthday from the German radio news. I was mostly excited that I actually understood what they were saying, but then I realized I'd heard nothing of it from the American news. Slackers.
*The average person spends 3 years of their life on the toilet.
*Upper and lower case letters are named "Upper" and "Lower" because in the time when all original print had to be set in individual letters, the 'Upper Case' letters were stored in the case on top of the case that stored the smaller, 'Lower Case' letters.
*Germans don't edit songs on the radio. If I forget to turn it down before the bad words, I'll make a really loud coughing sound to mask the language. The other day Indy told me I should really see a doctor about my cough.
*To make you smile:
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