Mistoffelees

mistoffelees


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Daily dose of history, part 55 7 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Maybe Marilyn Monroe did this too but are you not thinking of Dolly Parton?
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Caturday Week 6 - Calico Cats 5 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
In the UK this fur pattern is referred to as tortoiseshell
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Don't ever trust a Russian gargoyle 1 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Gargoyles are only technically gargoyles if they spout water from their mouths (linked to the word gargle) otherwise they are grotesques
Set alarm for cat cuddles 4 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Our cat learnt it meant that and now acts as an additional alarm by pouncing on our toes if we don't get up and feed him immediately.
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Time to drink bois 4 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
It's always 5 o'clock somewhere
No really who took his photo 1 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Charles C. Ebbets had two assistants with him, one of whom took this photo
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Daily dose of history, part 17 2 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
This is on the Macclesfield Canal at Astbury Congleton.
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Daily dose of history, part 13 8 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
I looked up why recently and found two reasons, one was that America stopped exports of food to the UK because we voted in a Labour (left wing) government and the other was because we didn't immediately start importing food from Europe because the situation in what had been Nazi occupied countries was so bad that people were eating their pets and grass just to survive.
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No, you can't see John Cena 1 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Don't come for Norm Scully like that, he is a sweetheart!
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Painting with water 7 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Legitimately a great activity for helping motor control and muscle development needed later on for the physical processes involved in writing.
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Luigi is in fact correct 1 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
The quick brown fox jumps over the dog.
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When a big girl tries to pole dance 8 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
I'm glad they can finally be their true selves, good for them.
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F*cking Bri’ish 4 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
What do you call a royal Viking chav?
W̶e̶ I won the war 12 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Whereas the World Series covers the whole world
Second breakfast 7 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
If you're saying the oo as a short oo, as in book then yes, also depending on accent the ah may be more of an uh or er sound (in the UK anyway)
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Second breakfast 7 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Wuss-tuh-sheer
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Every dish is different with me... 5 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
My uncle was told by doctors he had 6 months to live, he ate a pound of cheese every day and is still with us 5 months later
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You can f*ck my sheep if you give me the answer 23 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Just back from a trip to Wales, bowling green is bowlio parcio
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"A wot, M8?" 9 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Every single time a meme like this comes up I say the same thing, Brits have healthier teeth than Americans (fewer cavities etc) whereas USA dental care seems to focus on aesthetics
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Looks like he does indeed deserve to superiorly look down on us 4 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
A tenuously linked fact; the last (non-public) guillotine execution in France was on 10th September 1977, the day before Star Wars premiered in the country.
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Slowest computers ever 14 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
We only had DOS on our first computer!
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You go Queen 8 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
You can also get a card from her for your 50th wedding anniversary. In both cases someone has to apply for you, she doesn't just automatically send them out.
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You gotta pump those numbers up, those are rookie numbers 11 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
And considering the London Marathon is in spring, they will have all been training through winter so no time to become accustomed to the heat
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You gotta pump those numbers up, those are rookie numbers 11 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
Freezing is 0°c so -3 is definitely below freezing, admittedly not by an awful lot but still
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I second that 12 comments
mistoffelees · 1 year ago
@snowbeast, exactly the climate for British strawberries which are always delicious
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