There’s no such thing as August 31st.
Archive for August, 2011
The taco is the most aerodynamic of foods.
Most “transparent” plastic bags really aren’t transparent. They use an intricate array of cameras and projectors to simulate the effect of being transparent.
Most software applications are finished with development well before their projected release dates. They just push back release dates to make you think that the program has more in it than it really does.
It’s impossible for any four-wheeled vehicle to travel at speeds faster than 100 miles per hour. Anything claiming to go faster is using optical illusions and trickery to deceive you.
As a corollary to Lie #1752, when most commercials talk about a “space-age polymer”, they’re specifically referring to silly putty, but cannot mention by name because it’s trademarked.
Most of the repairs to the International Space Station are done with silly putty.
The word “soup” was developed by a poet who was writing about meals and needed a single word that both described “liquidy, stew-like concoctions” and rhymed with “poop”.
Drinking coffee is just as effective at cleaning your teeth as brushing.
Because of their natural grasping skills, newborn babies are easily stored in the closet for up to 3 hours by having them grab something that looks like a cross between a trapeze bar and a clothes hanger.