an awkward mind
Tears of redemption
Quite a long time ago in a modest community that could equal the appeal of any sitcom, there carried on with a man-kid named Jerry. Jerry was what you could call an adult blockhead. He wore confounded socks, had an inclination for horrendous plays on words, and would never oppose a messy father joke. His life was an unending stream of flummoxes, misjudged zingers, and unplanned incidents. Yet, in the midst of all the chuckling he caused, Jerry was likewise on a mission for something more profound — a journey for recovery.
Lily the adorable cat
The Adorable Lily In a curious house on the edges of an enchanting town, carried on with a feline named Lily. With fur as delicate as a cloud and eyes that shined like valuable jewels, Lily was a genuine exemplification of charm. Her sweet nature and delicate disposition made her a dearest individual from the local area.
Water Only diet
Have you ever heard of something called water fasting? Well, it’s a type of fast that restricts everything except, well, water. Most people only water fast for 72 hours at most, but what if you did this for the rest of your life? You’d be fine, right?
As your morning alarm blares, you mutter to yourself, “Why did I set it so early?” While brushing your teeth, you think, “I need a haircut... unless?” Rushing out the front door, you reach for your keys and realize they’re not there. Frustrated you shout, “I can’t do anything right!” just in time to notice your neighbor.
Beaked masks, its a plague
The year is 1656. Your body is wracked by violent chills. Your head pounds, your muscles are too weak to sit up, and you feel like rancid, hard-boiled eggs are squeezing out of your neck and armpits. In your feverish state, you see a strange-looking man approach, his face obscured by a beak-like mask, his body covered from head to toe. He examines you and even without seeing his face, you know the diagnosis: you have the plague.
Curiosity: a blessing, or a curse? The paradoxical nature of this trait was personified for the ancient Greeks in the mythical figure of Pandora. According to legend, she was the first mortal woman, whose blazing curiosity set a chain of earth-shattering events in motion.
What happens if you don’t put your phone on airplane mode? Right now, invisible signals are flying through the air all around you. Beyond the spectrum of light your eyes can see, massive radio waves as wide as houses carry information between computers, GPS systems, cell phones, and more. In fact, the signal your phone broadcasts is so strong, if your eyes could see radio waves, your phone would be visible from Jupiter.