The Ape-drunk, who leaps and sings and hollers The Lion-drunk, who is quarrelsome and rude The Swine-drunk, who is sleepy and lumpish The Sheep-drunk, wise
Which square is darker, square A or square B? It may surprise you that the two squares have the same color. This curious optical illusion
A lone knee wanders through the world,A knee and nothing more;It’s not a tent, it’s not a tree,A knee and nothing more. In battle once
Anthony Burgess displayed his technical adroitness in his 1968 novel Enderby Outside by contriving the following sentence that contains the word “onions” four consecutive times: Then,
Taste vs. Genius Taste and genius are two words frequently joined together, and therefore, by inaccurate thinkers, confounded. They signify, however, two quite different things.
Happy New Year to all of you who happen to stumble on this new blog. This blog is called “Odd Fun Facts”. As the title