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Kumato: Brown tomato

Kumato: Brown tomato

This tomato is meant to be sweeter than regular tomatoes. FYI- tomato has NO “e” at the end (only in plural form) and tomatoes are fruits!! why?

Misleading names

Misleading names

It’s funny when you meet people who’s last name is misleading like White, Price, Wood, Gray.. and they in fact portray none of these characteristics.mne Had NO Clue the Same thing happens with animals. Check it out common misleading names.

Animal Baby Names

Animal Baby Names

Stop calling it a “baby” this. Bet you had no clue these are the real “baby” names. CHICKEN chick ROOSTER cockerel COW calf SWAN cygnet JELLYFISH ephyra DEER fawn KANGAROOS (and other marsupials) joey GOAT kid BEAVER kit SALMON smolt PEACOCK peachick ECHIDNA puggle RAT pup SHARK cub     Related articles This small creature … Continue reading

Blonde or Blond?

Blonde or Blond?

It is not just a “British English” thing like centre and center. Blonde or Blond is the only exception in English  where there is a difference in adjectives to indicate gender. – When referring to a woman with yellow hair, you should use the feminine spelling “blonde”. – When referring to a male with yellow hair, … Continue reading

Green goes the gringo?

Green goes the gringo?

Demonym- names of nationalities (name given to people from a place). grin·go (in Latin America or Spain) a foreigner, especially one of U.S. or British descent. Origin:  The word gringo was first recorded in the Diccionario castellano con las voces de Ciencias y Artes y sus correspondientes en las 3 lenguas francesa, latina e italiana (1786-1793) by Terreros y Pando, where it is defined as: Gringos is what, in Malaga, they call foreigners who have a certain type of accent … Continue reading

This weeks shorter had no clue’s

This weeks shorter had no clue’s

Today we reached 500 views on our blog! Had No clue is also on facebook and we post facts there too. Here are 10 short facts we posted over the last week that are worth sharing with our blog followers: Two most common fears: clowns and heights Europeans drink an average of about 21.5 units of alcohol … Continue reading

Stuff on Saturday

Stuff on Saturday

More on Saturdays, Saturday is named after the planet Saturn, like Monday after the Moon (See more on the names) The modern Maori name for Saturday, rahoroi, literally means “washing-day” Studies show the most common time for a heart attack to occur is Monday morning, Saturday morning ranks second. Black Friday is not the biggest shopping day of the … Continue reading

Creepy cemeteries

Creepy cemeteries

Ever wonder were old airplanes, dolls and retired Ben and Jerrys ice cream flavors lie to rest? Airplane Boneyards.  These graveyard are the most popular satellite pictures online (Google Earth). Most famous in the Southwestern United Stated deserts (Arizona, texas, california and New Mexico) because the dry conditions reduce corrosion. There are guided tours of … Continue reading

7 Halloween words

7 Halloween words

Here are 6 featured Halloween words by Dictionary.com Go find out the 7th one! Nyctophobia. an abnormal fear of night or darkness. Sepulchral. of, pertaining to, or serving as a tomb. Thanatopsis. a view or contemplation of death. Trepidation. Tremulous fear, trembling or quivering movement; tremor. Perdition.a state of final spiritual ruin; loss  of the soul; damnation. Berserk.violently or destructively frenzied; wild; crazed; deranged:   Vampire fever, the deal deal (hadnoclue.wordpress.com) Halloween Get the brief! (hadnoclue.wordpress.com)