Monday, August 2, 2021

Jack The Facts Jack With Some Recipes, Crafts, Halloween Ideas, Repurposing And A Few Giggles :)

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  • Dresses were not originally a trend amongst women. In many cultures all over the world, dresses had been worn by men. For instance, the Scottish kilt and the toga worn by the ancient Greeks were all part of menswear. It was only later on that women appropriated dresses and men ceased to wear them. 
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  • In 1920, yellow light was added to the first electric traffic signal in Cleveland. The traffic signal with yellow light was introduced to other cities including New York and Philadelphia. Booths were installed at an elevated level on one side of the intersections with traffic signals. A human operator was deployed in each booth to flip switching red and green lights. It brought respite to traffic police officers from the ordeal of standing long hours and suffering from vehicular emissions amidst crowds. 
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  • There’s been an ongoing battle about which is better – hand dryers or paper towels. Even in 2019 we don’t seem to have a definitive answer as to whether paper towels or hand dryers are the better choice for drying hands hygienically. There have been several studies commissioned from either side of the drying divide to find out (including Kimberly-Clark and Dyson), along with allegations of inadequate, inaccurate or biased testing. However, one independent Mayo Clinic study found that there was no distinguishable difference between the effectiveness of hand dryers and paper towels. Ultimately, we’d suggest installing the type of system that works best for your facilities and the way that people use them. 
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  • Christmas in Mexico are full of candle-lit processions, elaborate nativity scenes, Spanish Christmas carols, dancing and fireworks. While traditions like Christmas trees and Santa Claus have found a place in Mexican festivities, the holiday celebrations are firmly rooted in Spanish and indigenous culture. 
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  • Babies are capable of their first real smile only when they are about six weeks old. You can try to engage him with funny voices and faces to see if they are ready. 
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  • Patrick Star is no longer living under a rock in Bikini Bottom. The beloved pink cartoon starfish from Nickelodeon's long-standing hit Spongebob Squarepants now resides atop a building in Voronezh, Russia, after some squarepants-loving vandals painted the Soviet star to look just like him. The creative form of rebellion, which took place on Oct. 25, was captured by photographer Vladimir Mulder and is now amusing people across the world. 
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  • Kawaii Ocean Minis from “AradiyaToys Minis” Crochet Pattern
  • The first known mermaid story appeared in 1000 BC in Assyria.....Goddess Atargatis, the mother of Assyrian queen Semiramis fell in love with a shepherd and killed him unintentionally. Ashamed with her act, she jumped into the lake and took the form of a fish but her divine beauty could not be concealed. Thus, she took the form of a mermaid- human above the waist and fish below the waist. Since then, many mermaid stories could be heard from folklore from cultures all around the world. 
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  • Classic Pumpkin Cheesecake
  • A cheesecake (at least an American-style cheesecake) is not a cake; it’s a baked cheese custard pie with a crust. The uncooked custard filling is poured into a crust and then baked. It is believed that cheesecakes were served to athletes competing during the first Olympic games in 776 B.C. to give them energy. 
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  • Tomato Cage Ghost
  • Halloween comes from a Celtic festival for the dead called “Samhain.” Irish Celts believed the ghosts of the dead would roam the Earth on this day, so people would dress up and leave “treats” out on their front doors for the roaming spirits. 
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  • Pine Cone Halloween Flowers
  • Pine cones only come from pine trees, although all conifers produce cones. Pine cones and pine trees belong to a group of plants called gymnosperms and date back to prehistoric times. Gymnosperms are a group of plants who have naked seeds, not enclosed in an ovary. 
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  • Pumpkin Spiced Cream Cheese Frosting
  • The first published recipe for frosting was found in The Experienced English Housekeeper in 1769, and was attributed to Elizabeth Raffald. However, frosting is thought to have been around a least 200 years before the publication. 
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  • Ghost Trick Or Treat Candy Bowl Holder
  • Although it is unknown precisely where and when the phrase “trick or treat” was coined, the custom had been firmly established in American popular culture by 1951, when trick-or-treating was depicted in the Peanuts comic strip. In 1952, Disney produced a cartoon called “Trick or Treat” featuring Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. 
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  • Sprinkles, which are known in some countries as hundreds and thousands, are very small pieces of confectionery used as an often colourful decoration or to add texture to desserts such as brownies, cupcakes, doughnuts or ice cream. The tiny candies are produced in a variety of colors and are generally used as a topping or a decorative element. The Dictionary of American Regional English defines them as "tiny balls or rod-shaped bits of candy used as a topping for ice-cream, cakes and other." 
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