The farmer was fed up. No matter how high he built the fence or how deep he dug the posts, wolves would always find a way to break into his chicken coop and eat his chickens. Short of hiring bodyguards for his coop, there was nothing he could do to save his chickens.
So he calls up his brother, a PhD theoretical physicist who was a professor at a very prestigious university. Surely such an educated man could help me with such a simple problem!, the farmer thought. His brother comes to examine the coop, measures the dimensions of the fence, counts the number of chickens, etc. Then the brother leaves and sequesters himself in his office, running countless calculations and developing several models trying to solve the farmer’s chicken problem.
A week later, the farmer’s phone rings. “I’ve got a solution,” his brother says. “But it only works for perfectly spherical chickens in a vacuum.”
"I’m the Sommelier who changes your tastes."
Denis Villeneuve’s 2009 film Polytechnique is based on the 1989 École Polytechnique Massacre. Marc Lépine, armed with a Mini-14 rifle, shot twenty-eight people at the École Polytechnique in Montreal, before killing himself. He began his attack by entering a classroom at the university, where he separated the male and female students. After claiming that he was “fighting feminism”, he shot all nine women in the room, killing six. He then moved through corridors, the cafeteria, and another classroom, specifically targeting women to shoot. Overall, he killed fourteen women and injured ten other women and four men in just under twenty minutes before turning the gun on himself.
DO NOT USE CRAYONS TO MAKE YOUR OWN LIPSTICK. CRAYONS HAVE A MEASURABLE AMOUNT OF LEAD THAT IS TWICE TO FIVE TIMES WHAT IS FOUND IN LIPSTICK AND THE OIL BASE IN LIPSTICK IS NOT IN CRAYONS SO YOU CAN GET OBNOXIOUS SKIN IRRITATION AND IT’S JUST… NOT A GOOD IDEA???
SO YEAH NO DON’T DO THE THING.
There has been one documented case of an allergic reaction occurring from sexual transmission - Brazil nuts
"With the patient’s consent, skin prick testing (SPT) was arranged to the partner’s semen before and roughly two and a half-hours after he had been asked to consume 4 Brazil nuts. The results showed an unequivocal 7mm weal to the semen sample after, but not before, he had consumed Brazil nuts."
So if a person has a nut allergy, their partner should not eat Brazil Nuts within a day of unprotected intercourse.
(or, you know, you can go at it, just wear a condom)
There has been no evidence suggesting other nuts (cashews, walnuts, peanuts, et cetera) can pass on this reaction.
Oh no uh— oh no! I’m not used to nice ask things, what do I do?
Okey five facts: