X
5
1.
Delbert 1 year ago
I have never seen an Ikea catalog. I am over 50 years old.
       
6
2.
Eustacia 1 year ago
Delbert,

You must not be one of the cool kids then.
       
-8
3.
Dorcus 1 year ago
Oh great, some more ridiculous climate catastrophe propaganda.
       
-6
4.
Nita 1 year ago
Can you smell the BS that this post has..??? I sure can
       
-3
5.
Barbie 1 year ago
#18 not a surprise since stop signs are mostly used in USA
       
3
6.
Hallie 1 year ago
Barbie,

uhm...no they are not...
       
-4
7.
Mervyn 1 year ago
#17 So what? Nobody wants to see a fat Dorothy. They should've just hired a different actress. Down with fatties.
       
2
8.
Micajah 1 year ago
Mervyn,

If you don't have a a problem with forcing a 16 year old to starve herself while smoking 4 packs a day, you are a real piece of sh#t.
       
-2
9.
Eddie 1 year ago
#9 of course. America is Always worst, even when its not. Who writes this stuff, college professors? Leftist media? Communist? but I repeat myself
       
1
10.
Bell 1 year ago
#1 Max Manus (a Norwegian resistance fighter during World War II) was said to have done the same thing in Oslo when he worked as as flower delivery man. The reason however was that his cars blinker was not working for some time, and to avoid breaking the law (using your turn signal is mandatory although it does not like like it these days) he made only right turns. JC-LOL
       
-1
11.
Terence 1 year ago
Cacao plants were supposed to already been disaapeared because the cacao producers prefer to grow corn instead, for biofuels. Like the world was supposed to end in 2000 due to global warming. Such hideus lies make people doupt about the environmental issues.
       
27353641acute
belayclappingdance3dashdirol
drinksfoolgirl_craygirl_devilgirl_witch
goodgreenheartJC-LOLJC_doubledown
JC_OMG_signkisslaughingman_in_lmocking
mr47_04musicokroflsarcastic
sm_80tonguevishenka_33vomitwassat
yahooshoot

The visibly never ending shelf-life of honey is surprising: archaeologists have excavated honey from thousands of years ago, and it’s still unspoiled. One reason is that as a substance, honey has very low moisture, an environment in which very few bacterias can survive. Another is that it is very acidic, again a characteristic that bacterias don’t like. Finally, the bees produce hydrogen peroxide from the nectar, a known antiseptic, to the point that honey can be used in traditional medicine to treat wounds against infection. In a word, honey is hell for bacterias and other microorganisms, so as long as it is sealed and not mixed with anything, they won't dare grow on it and spoil it.⁠

 

X
Illustrated Facts About Our World
>
8/30
<