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1. Silly String is a toy of flexible, sometimes brightly colored, plastic string propelled as a stream of liquid from an aerosol can. The solvent in the string quickly evaporates in mid-air, creating a continuous strand. Silly String is often used during weddings, birthday parties, carnivals and other festive occasions.

1. Silly String is a toy of flexible, sometimes brightly colored, plastic string propelled as a stream of liquid from an aerosol can. The solvent in the string quickly evaporates in mid-air, creating a continuous strand. Silly String is often used during weddings, birthday parties, carnivals and other festive occasions.

10 Cutest Crochet Circular Vest Free Patterns  #freecrochetpatterns #crochetvest #clothes #crochettop

10 Cutest Crochet Circular Vest Free Patterns #freecrochetpatterns #crochetvest #clothes #crochettop

F1 to F12: here’s how the function keys on your keyboard can save you tons of time – 1K Recipes!

A function key is a key on a computer or terminal keyboard which can be programmed so as to cause an operating system command interpreter or application program to perform certain actions, a form of soft key.

WWOOF: Volunteer work on organic and/or self sustaining farms in trade for meals, room board. I knew this!!

WWOOF: Volunteer work on organic and/or self sustaining farms in trade for meals, room board. I knew this!

1. Babies can drink and breathe at the same time, even though adults can’t. For the first 3 months of life their larynx acts like a little snorkel. 2. 02. Humans have about 100 million neurons, dubbed the ‘second brain’, embedded in the walls of the long tube of our gut, or alimentary canal, running from the esophagus to the anus. This enteric nervous system enables us to “feel” the inner world of our gut and its contents.

1. Babies can drink and breathe at the same time, even though adults can’t. For the first 3 months of life their larynx acts like a little snorkel. 2. 02. Humans have about 100 million neurons, dubbed the ‘second brain’, embedded in the walls of the long tube of our gut, or alimentary canal, running from the esophagus to the anus. This enteric nervous system enables us to “feel” the inner world of our gut and its contents.