YouTube is a very strange place at times. I have spoken about off videos from the dark web in a previous article, but in all honesty, those videos pulled up from the depths can be found on YouTube along with all kinds of wondrous things that make the platform their permanent home. There are a lot of videos and channels that have cryptic names and seem to not really make a lick of sense. The channel I am going to talk about today though does exactly what it says on the tin.
The dark web is a place that seems deliciously appealing to some and terrifying to others. It's a place that anyone could enter with the right know-how while also keeping the image of being a forbidden land where very few should tread. So what is the dark web and why are there so many horror stories about it?
We all remember fairy tales from our childhood. They were sweet and cute, had a princess and a prince, a frog and a witch, and they all lived happily ever after. The bad guys always got what was coming to them in the end, but it was never a thing to dwell on. We don't want to sully the happiness by thinking too much about what befell them.
The Danish are said to be the happiest people in the world. This has been decided by the good people at The Happiness Institute which is based in Denmark—you know, on account of all the happy there is to study there. They put it down to the Danish way of hygge (hoo-ga).
So, here is a good one for you. Tea bags contain plastic. Yep, the actual bag itself. I have found this in quite a few places, and if you give it a Google, you will probably find the same information quite easily, too. I like chai tea and, like another blog I just read, thought tea bags were fully biodegradable. I was happy that my tea bags were just in a small card box and had no film or wrapping around them. I thought they would be plastic-free, but it looks like the bags do contain plastic.