It’s called “Windows 95 Degrees Farenheit” for a reason
Snowflakes may drift away from the air currents generated from the difference between human body temperature and air temperature. However, while the menthol in breath mints may make you feel cooler by chemically activating temperature sensors on the tongue, it does not actually change the temperature itself.
Sluggo is hit
Not only is the ph an issue, but it would most likely dehydrate the plant’s tissue as well. I think the vinegar is only in the dog bowls, though, not the plant’s container.
I wonder how the average nutritional content of beef from a heart-disease-expired cow would differ from the norm
you can’t tie down a banjo man
Just like in real life
Have any of you folks ever tried Hot Dr Pepper? It’s one of my favourite tasting drinks, but I try to only drink soda once or twice a month. Plus, every time I drink it I have terrible dreams and sleep paralysis.
Not even fortune tellers claim to see the future just like looking through a window. Most methods of divination involve a set of randomly-generated symbols (shapes in tea leaves, tarot cards, etc) with known abstract meanings interpreted in the context of an individual’s personal life. Not exactly ideal for predicting the powerball.
Spirits Against Despair