What I Learned This Week #37

Done!

Done!

What I Learned This Week:

  • Fri. 6/13 – Scientifically, dog saliva can be used to disinfect wounds.  At least according to one fifth grade science project.
  • Sat. 6/14 – Totally possible to spend all day in my apartment without leaving once.
  • Sun. 6/15 - Gil Hodges was a baseball player for the Brooklyn Dodgers and now has a bridge named after him.
  • Mon. 6/16 - I have the most intense cravings when juice cleansing.
  • Tues. 6/17 – Hydroponics is the growing of plants without soil, aquaculture is growing fish, and aquaponics is the combination of hydroponics and aquaponics.
  • Wed. 6/18 – If you don’t get your car inspected, you’ll get a $65 ticket, boooooooo.
  • Thurs. 6/19 - The healthy eating challenge was great for my skin and swelling, however, it has reeked havoc on my digestive system.  I’m hoping a cup of coffee will take care of the problem tomorrow.

Around the Internets:

  • I want to eat all the lobster!  First this, then this!
  • Entenmann’s copycat all the way.
  • Bourbon + peanut butter + shake = winning!

Two Years Ago – Beef Taco Salad

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