Useless Facts

UrbanMysticDee
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

Bae > Bay
Ol’ Man River, he must know something, but don’t say nothing. That Ol’ Man River, he just keeps rolling along.
He don’t plant taters, he don’t plant cotton, and them that plant ‘em is soon forgotten, but Ol’ Man River, he just keeps rolling along.
UrbanMysticDee
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

Bae > Bay
According to the Profit Muhammad, “the eyes are the leather strap of the anus, so whoever sleeps should bathe” (Sunan Abi Dawud 203) because when you sleep you crap your pants.
UrbanMysticDee
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

Bae > Bay
When Shaggy talks he talks normal but when he sings you can’t understand him.
When Ozzy Osbourne talks you can’t understand him but when he sings he sings normal.
If you combine the two you get one person who sings and talks perfectly and one person who can’t talk or sing at all.
Fleur de Lis
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Fried Chicken - Attended an april fools event
Artist -
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

déanaim seitreach
The popular image of pirates, with peg leg, eyepatch, buried treasure and the Jolly Roger can be traced to the 1724 book
A General History of the Pyrates. The book’s mysterious author used the pen name Captain Charles Johnson.
UrbanMysticDee
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

Bae > Bay
“Sometimes dead is better”
Fred Gwynne is the only person who even attempted an accent in Pet Sematary
He died of pancreatic cancer at age 66.
UrbanMysticDee
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

Bae > Bay
Darts (or “Dots” in British) is 9 times more athletic than American basketball.
Speaking of Dots, Dots are a type of candy that was invented in 1945. They are allegedly the number one best selling brand of gumdrops in the US and have been ever since they were introduced.
Video of how Dots are made. Despite what the narrator says, they ARE gumdrops (the company says so) and I’ve never seen them wiggle or jiggle.
Old commercial for Dots. The two kids are very obviously dubbed by adults.
A licorice variety called Crows predated Dots by some time, being invented in 1890.
Getting back to dots (darts), Britishers don’t have an “a” sound in their words*, they substitute it for an “o” sound as in:
Dots (darts)
Fronce (France)
Donce (dance)
Cossle (castle)
Both (bath)
*Unless it’s preceded by the letter “h” so “happy” becomes “appy”. Sometimes they still don’t pronounce the “a” sound, even when there is an “h”, such as “Hampton” becomes “umpton”.
Fleur de Lis
Chatty Kirin - A user who has reached a combined 1000 forum posts or comments.
Fried Chicken - Attended an april fools event
Artist -
Liberty Belle - Sings the song of the unchained

déanaim seitreach
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Orlando, active for the next 4 hours.
But I don’t think any of you are in Orlando right now, so this is just useless information.
Twiface
A toast - Incredibly based

Princess of Shitposting
Ah yes, I have fond memories that place. Conveniently located in the west wing of the MU and with a much shorter line than Panda Express, their sandwiches helped get me through college.
Twiface
A toast - Incredibly based

Princess of Shitposting
The term ‘Daily Double’ originated in horse race betting, but has since been appropriated by the quiz show Jeopardy! and by the McDonald’s menu.

(This is what a ‘Daily Double’ looks like, and it’s delicious!)
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