If a Polar Bear and a Grizzly Bear mate, their offspring is called a “Pizzy Bear”.

November 1, 2020

fun with words
who knows where this will go…

Nature’s Highway…

“the most satisfying journey
is the journey you take
inward with yourself”
~ Nitin Namdeo

Hakoona Matoddler, it means no relaxing for the rest of your days
(or at least until they move out)

psithurism: (noun) the sound of wind through the trees
walla: a sound engineer’s term for room noise
tragus: the little lump of flesh just in front of the ear canal

Photos of hilarious signs from around the world curated by Doug Lanksy from Stockholm | Daily Mail Online

Be aware of invisibility

Bi-weekly has two different definitions: twice a week, or once every two weeks

Batman got his name from his fear of bats
According to this logic, what would your superhero name be?

me? iatrowoman…I guess, I do have a fear of doctor’s, I’ve been told I have white coat syndrome

writers block:
when your imaginary friends refuse to talk to you

Thanksgiving 2020 Thanks for Nothing Faux Canvas Print

for nothing


Aichmophobia is the fear of needles or pointed objects
hemophobia is the fear of blood
onomatophobia is the fear of names

big shout out to my fingers
I can always count on them!

did you know that almost is the longest word in the English language in alphabetical order?

I'm getting mixed signals here...


friends of irony

someone stole my lamp
~ I was delighted!

don’t spell tarp backwards…
it’s a trap

wonderful new word:
glibido – all talk and no action

what has 4 letters, sometimes 9 letters, never has 5 letters


take care
stay safe
much love


  • thefactsite.com (strange facts)
  • The Weird World of Words by Mitchell Symons

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