Bright Side gathered 13 curious facts you've never heard of, but they will leave you openmouthed. A pleasant bonus at the end of the article will leave a positive aftertaste.
They build nests for sleeping on the ground or in trees, depending on their location. Interesting fact: one nest is never used twice. Moreover, ice cream is usually substituted by mashed potatoes to make it look more appealing in an advertisement. Glue is usually used instead of milk, and hamburgers are covered with shoe polish.
This idea belongs to a California Life Is A Lie farmer who cut carrots like this in He tried to solve the problem of slight rotting or imperfections on the carrots, and people loved these new "baby" carrots. It's an optical illusion. When such a large bird bows down for food, it might seem that the head is buried in the sand.
The most pyramids in the world are situated in Sudanscientists say. Life Is A Lie total number of pyramids on its territory is almostwhich is twice as many as in Egypt. The Royal Society in London revealed the original manuscript that describes Newton's work, and it had no evidence of the "apple incident.
The last time a true golden medal was awarded to a champion was in And the wrong assumption of a psychologist along with a translator's error gave birth to the "Napoleon complex" term that actually has nothing to do with Bonaparte. Taste is affected by a whole number of factors, including touch and smell. The same drink in different vessels will taste different too.
Sara Risch, a food chemist, thinks that polymers covering the insides of an aluminum can may absorb part Life Is A Lie the taste and smell, while glass is chemically inert it has no taste nor smell. This is probably why Coke in glass bottles is considered the most delicious. Which kind is your favorite? Some stores use all kinds of tricks for marketing or just plain convenience.
This is an example of an anti-theft solution: you have to call a shop assistant to bring you the item you'd like to buy. It has the shape of a geoid, but this information is reserved for people who aren't adepts of the Flat Earth hypotheses. Anthropologist Christine R. Yano has researched Hello Kitty as a mass culture phenomenon for the last few years, and she's positive it's not a cat but a girl, a self-contained character. The proof is that you'll never see Hello Kitty on all fours, and she also has a pet cat.
De Beers has a monopoly on the diamond market: the company founders first bought diamond mines in South Africa in and then proceeded to buy in other places where these, as it turns out, not-so-precious stones were mined. Life Is A Lie sky-high prices of diamonds are the result of a marketing ploy of the company and its owners' stinginess. I only buy locally. And if you don't, I am judging you.
I wonder how long that fruit has been sitting there. I'm going to buy a blueberry muffin the size of my head instead. Today, I will sit poolside and read books about important things and dip my toes in the water. This is all natural. It was just like this. Nothing was staged. I did not sweat because it was 95 degrees outside. How basic. I bought the iced green tea from Starbucks to be healthy, but deep down to the core all I really wanted was a frappucino. I am still thinking about that frappucino.
Also, there were literally zero other people at the pool, so I felt comfortable setting this whole shot up, Life Is A Lie. Yes, this picture was staged. You are all shocked. I belong in a town in the south of France. I ride my bike to Whole Foods and am disgusted by artificial sweeteners. My wallet and glasses coordinate. Do you think that is a coincidence? Of course not. I only ate half of this pastry because, you know, portion size is important.
I, like Gwenyth Paltrow, eat whatever I want. In small amounts. I ate this pastry in about eight minutes flat, while wearing bright red lipstick. So I also ate some lipstick, incidentally.
Is that bad for you? I didn't care; look at that thing. I should also mention it was about degrees outside so I ate this outside while sweat ran down my face. I am attractive. You're not a morning person. How unfortunate. I start my day with green tea and fresh fruit everyday, at the crack of dawn. I like to check my emails as the sunrises, right before I head to yoga.
I have no recollection of whether I passed any of those assignments, but my memory is leaning toward no. I eat healthy food and surround myself with flowers, because my life is centered around positive, beautiful things that are filled with light. I like to Life Is A Lie myself as a hybrid of Olivia Palmero and Oprah. I only eat on plates that match the week's bouquet. I stood on a chair to take this photo, and almost fell. I also was still totally starving after eating this salad.
As I am after most salads. Because I don't find eating leaves satisfying most days. Not when there are things like macaroni and cheese and french fries and milkshakes and That is all.
By Olivia Muenter. You know, the important parts of my life. The Clearly Staged Photo.
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