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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2760 on: April 5, 2022, 09:39:14 am »
Do you deep fry yours? 😉

I prefer my eggs soft boiled.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2761 on: April 5, 2022, 12:13:35 pm »
You daft racist.

He melts it on the foil and injects it.
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If your moral compass is Piers Moron then I ask you to think whether someone who oversaw illegal phone hacking and published fake pictures depicting War Crimes is an appropriate person to look up to. In fact, I'd suggest you're a bit of a c*nt.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2762 on: April 5, 2022, 12:16:14 pm »
You daft racist.

He melts it on the foil and injects it.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2763 on: April 22, 2022, 01:33:19 pm »
Apparently, a yoga mat on yer lid prevents heat sensor drone detection.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2764 on: April 22, 2022, 07:11:35 pm »
Scouse is highly distinguishable from other English dialects. Because of this international recognition, Keith Szlamp made a request to IANA on 16 September 1996 to make it a recognised Internet dialect.[47] After citing a number of references,[48][49][50][51][18] the application was accepted on 25 May 2000 and now allows Internet documents that use the dialect to be categorised as Scouse by using the language tag "en-Scouse".

Scouse has also become well known as the accent of the Beatles, an international cultural phenomenon.[52] While the members of the band are famously from Liverpool,[53] their accents have more in common with the older Lancashire-like Liverpool dialect found in the southern suburbs; the accent has evolved into Scouse since the 1960s, mostly in the centre and northern areas of the city, with some identifying the improvement of air quality as a potential factor.[52]

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2766 on: May 8, 2022, 01:11:42 pm »
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Psychologists found a “striking” difference in intelligence after examining twins raised apart in South Korea and the United States
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A new study of monozygotic twins raised apart in South Korea and the United States provides unique insight into how genetic, cultural, and environmental factors influence human development. The new research has been published in the scientific journal Personality and Individual Differences.

Psychologists found a “striking” difference in intelligence after examining twins raised apart in South Korea and the United States
“I have studied identical twins reared apart for many years. They pose a simple, yet elegant experiment for disentangling genetic and environmental influences on human traits. This case was unique in that the twins were raised in different countries,” said researcher Nancy L. Segal, a professor and director of the Twin Studies Center at California State University in Fullerton.

The twins were born in 1974 in Seoul, South Korea. One of the twins became lost at age two after visiting a market with her grandmother. She was later taken to a hospital that was approximately 100 miles away from her family’s residence and diagnosed with the measles. Despite her family’s attempt to find her, she was placed into the foster system and ended up being adopted by a couple residing in the United States.

She later discovered she had a twin sister after submitting a DNA sample in 2018 as part of South Korea’s program for reuniting family members.

In the new study, the twins completed assessments of family environment, general intelligence, nonverbal reasoning ability, personality traits, individualism-collectivism, self-esteem, mental health, job satisfaction, and medical life history. They also completed structured interviews about their general life history.

Not only did the twins experience different cultures growing up, they also were raised in very different family environments. The twin who remained in South Korea was raised in a more supportive and cohesive family atmosphere. The twin who was adopted by the U.S. couple, in contrast, reported a stricter, more religiously-oriented environment that had higher levels of family conflict.

The researchers found “striking” differences in cognitive abilities. The twin raised in South Korea scored considerably higher on intelligence tests related to perceptual reasoning and processing speed, with an overall IQ difference of 16 points.

In line with their cultural environment, the twin raised in the United States had more individualistic values, while the twin raised in South Korea had more collectivist values.

However, the twins had a similar personality. Both scored high on measures of conscientiousness and low on measures of neuroticism. They also had a similar level of satisfaction with their job, even though their occupations were quite different — a government administrator and a cook. The twins also had similar mental health profiles and had identical scores on the measure of self-esteem.

“Genes have a more pervasive effect on development than we ever would have supposed — still, environmental effects are important. These twins showed cultural difference in some respects,” Segal told PsyPost.

“We need to identify more such cases if they exist,” she added. “And we still do not understand all the mechanisms involved from the genes at the molecular level to the behaviors we observe every day.”

Segal is also the author of the book “Deliberately Divided: Inside the Controversial Study of Twins and Triplets Adopted Apart.”

The study, “Personality traits, mental abilities and other individual differences: Monozygotic female twins raised apart in South Korea and the United States“, was authored by Nancy L. Segal and Yoon-Mi Hur.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2767 on: May 14, 2022, 06:14:39 am »
Doctors and researchers have found that patients who use marijuana usually require more anesthetic medication to achieve adequate numbing and relaxation. One study found that regular marijuana users (defined as using at least weekly) needed more than 3 times as much total anesthetic as nonusers to reach the level of sedation for endoscopies.

So, if you’re scheduled for a colonoscopy, it’s a good idea to be honest with your anesthesiologist about your cannabis use. If you don’t tell your provider about your marijuana use, or under-report your usage, you may have a more unpleasant experience, as it will likely take longer to perform the procedure and you may not be as “out” of it as you’d like.

Another study found that patients who used cannabis and required surgical repair of a broken leg needed more anesthetic and pain medicine than patients who underwent the same surgical repair but did not use cannabis.

There is also some evidence that smoking weed may cause airway hyperreactivity, just as cigarette smoking does. This hyperreactivity can cause problems with breathing during and after surgery.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2768 on: May 24, 2022, 04:56:46 pm »
A platypus womanufactures both eggs and milk.

It could make its own custard.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2769 on: May 26, 2022, 10:49:14 pm »
Portland, Maine, is skipping mowing to help save pollinators. (Source: WMTW/CNN)
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PORTLAND, Maine (WMTW) - A movement aimed to help bees survive and thrive is underway during the month of May.

“No Mow May” encourages people to cut back on mowing their lawns or even skip it altogether.

“When I see a lawn covered in dandelions, I don’t see weeds. I see bee food,” said Meghan Gave, owner of The Honey Exchange.

Natural growth provides bees with nectar that they need to grow and pollinate flowers, but many of us are used to seeing and unmowed lawn as a sign of neglect.

“No Mow May” could help change that narrative.

“I think the average person wants to have a beautiful lawn, and when they see lawn just let grown, they think maybe they’re not taking care of the space,” said Jeff Tarling, Portland city arborist. “And I think ‘No Mow May’ is really promoting that it’s OK to pause for that month.”

The city of Portland has taken “No Mow May” to a whole new level. They have more than 30 acres of park space that they only mow once a year.

“And particularly for urban communities like Portland, if you can make a three-acre meadow, it’s a good thing,” Tarling said.

Tickborne illness experts warn that higher grass could create more tick exposure, but that still doesn’t mean that you necessarily must break out the mower.

“Anything we can do to, you know, increase pollinator survival and help them thrive is really critical,” said Griffin Dill of Maine Tick Lab. “But if you are going to take part, certainly just be cognizant of the potential threat of ticks, and take those personal protection measures.”

You can help your local ecosystem and save yourself some yard work while you’re at it.

“And ‘No Mow May,’ I’m all for it. Also, I don’t like mowing,” said Meghan Gave, owner of The Honey Exchange.https://www.wilx.com/2022/05/06/no-mow-may-puts-lawnmower-pause-help-bees/
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2770 on: June 2, 2022, 10:59:58 pm »
Don Hutchison was signed by Kenny Dalglish. Always thought he was a Souness signing.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2771 on: June 2, 2022, 11:57:29 pm »
Don Hutchison was signed by Kenny Dalglish. Always thought he was a Souness signing.

Didn't know this either

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In the summer of 2009 Hutchison participated in the "Celebrity Soccer Six" tournament at Stamford Bridge. The S*N was represented and Reds were shocked to see one Don Hutchison in their side and to boot on the twentieth anniversary year of the Hillsborough disaster. Some people clearly know no shame!

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2772 on: June 6, 2022, 04:00:34 pm »
The pedestrian crossing box with the button you press has a spinning cone underneath for the visually impaired or blind people to know when to cross.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2773 on: June 6, 2022, 06:53:21 pm »
There was a supersonic replacement for the B52 called the B70 which never got off the ground har har, apart from a few prototypes.

But because of this, the USSR produced the Mig 25 foxbat, a high speed interceptor. Which could basically fly very high and fast and that was about it. Pretty heavy so not very manoeuvrable. However the west didn't know this and thought it was hot shit. This was until a Russian pilot on training or something defected and landed in one in Japan. Cool wee story

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2774 on: June 12, 2022, 09:48:14 pm »
In early August 1945 in Hiroshima the clock on the university clock tower stopped working at 08:15, a few days later the bomb was dropped at 08:15.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2775 on: June 12, 2022, 10:47:53 pm »
A&W Restaurants in the states in the early 80s decided to market a 1/3lb burger to take on the McDonald's quarter pounder, they sold it at the same price. Despite extensive marketing it never took off, they just couldn't sell it. The firm set up a focus group to find out what was going on and they were told why should we pay the same for a third of a pound as we do for a quarter of a pound of meat. Turns out that most people thought 1/3lb was smaller than 1/4 lb
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2776 on: June 13, 2022, 12:44:06 am »
A&W Restaurants in the states in the early 80s decided to market a 1/3lb burger to take on the McDonald's quarter pounder, they sold it at the same price. Despite extensive marketing it never took off, they just couldn't sell it. The firm set up a focus group to find out what was going on and they were told why should we pay the same for a third of a pound as we do for a quarter of a pound of meat. Turns out that most people thought 1/3lb was smaller than 1/4 lb

As Ken Dodd once said: “Five out of every three people can’t do fractions”

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2777 on: June 24, 2022, 12:04:54 pm »
Sam Fox being gay.

I only remember her from the 80s/90s when she was making bad choices with the men she was with.

Listening to the Scott Mills Who game and Page 3 came up as a Who. A quick web search of the last page 3 girl and up comes Sam Fox being gay.

Just never would have imagined it.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2778 on: June 24, 2022, 12:08:50 pm »
Sam Fox being gay.

I only remember her from the 80s/90s when she was making bad choices with the men she was with.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2779 on: June 24, 2022, 01:57:50 pm »
Sam Fox being gay.

I only remember her from the 80s/90s when she was making bad choices with the men she was with.

Listening to the Scott Mills Who game and Page 3 came up as a Who. A quick web search of the last page 3 girl and up comes Sam Fox being gay.

Just never would have imagined it.

Found that out years ago, she said that she never "came out" as she thought it would hurt her glamour career.

Now, women might not like the idea of two men together, but a bloke thinking of 2 women going for it.........
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2780 on: June 26, 2022, 12:40:47 pm »
You can tell if a pair of  trousers will fit you by putting then around your neck.

If they meet exactly, they will fit you, if they overlap they're too big and if they don't meet you need a bigger pair.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2781 on: June 26, 2022, 12:46:45 pm »
You can test if a pair of  trousers will fit you by putting then around your neck.

If they meet exactly, they will fit you, if they overlap they're too big and if they don't meet you need a bigger pair.

The Epstein test.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2782 on: June 26, 2022, 01:30:32 pm »
A&W Restaurants in the states in the early 80s decided to market a 1/3lb burger to take on the McDonald's quarter pounder, they sold it at the same price. Despite extensive marketing it never took off, they just couldn't sell it. The firm set up a focus group to find out what was going on and they were told why should we pay the same for a third of a pound as we do for a quarter of a pound of meat. Turns out that most people thought 1/3lb was smaller than 1/4 lb

Also, being Irish, a third burger doesn't sound appetising :D

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« Reply #2783 on: June 26, 2022, 01:36:05 pm »
Also, being Irish, a third burger doesn't sound appetising :D

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2784 on: June 27, 2022, 01:26:08 pm »
Bananas stay fresh longer if you separate them.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2785 on: July 7, 2022, 12:07:22 pm »
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2786 on: July 8, 2022, 12:14:42 pm »
The real name of the Cookie Monster from Sesame Street is "Sid".




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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2787 on: July 9, 2022, 06:42:29 pm »
A Fabricant used to be a career of someone who made woollen condoms in the Middle Ages.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2788 on: July 9, 2022, 07:38:55 pm »
A Fabricant used to be a career of someone who made woollen condoms in the Middle Ages.

Also known as socks
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« Reply #2790 on: July 9, 2022, 07:45:54 pm »
Also known as socks
But there were holes in them.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2791 on: July 15, 2022, 01:08:30 pm »
When I’ve seen pictures of rishi sunak he always looked quite tall and slender.

Now I see he’s actually 5’7” and when I see pictures of him he next to others he looks really short.

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« Reply #2792 on: July 15, 2022, 01:52:08 pm »
When I’ve seen pictures of rishi sunak he always looked quite tall and slender.

Now I see he’s actually 5’7” and when I see pictures of him he next to others he looks really short.

Its in his genes

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2793 on: July 15, 2022, 03:58:00 pm »
Its in his genes


I love spot the difference pictures; how many do we have to find?  ???
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2794 on: July 15, 2022, 04:24:59 pm »
Holy shit he's legit tiny, I had no idea.
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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2795 on: July 15, 2022, 05:24:27 pm »
When I’ve seen pictures of rishi sunak he always looked quite tall and slender.

Now I see he’s actually 5’7” and when I see pictures of him he next to others he looks really short.

PR doing their job basically

If it turns out he's in a wig he's fucked

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« Reply #2796 on: July 15, 2022, 10:44:12 pm »
Holy shit he's legit tiny, I had no idea.

His wife must be tiny and all his PR pics are of him alone and taken from hip height.

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« Reply #2797 on: July 15, 2022, 10:46:23 pm »
Its in his genes


you've now gone and ruined Roland Rat for me.




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« Reply #2798 on: July 15, 2022, 10:48:24 pm »
Its in his genes



Brilliant. It’s the eyes.

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Re: Gulleysucker's 'well I never knew that' thread
« Reply #2799 on: July 19, 2022, 09:14:59 am »
The instrumental bridge section on The Beatles track 'In My Life'

What I've always thought was a harpsicord, in in fact George Martin on a piano that was recorded with the tape running at half speed, so when played back at normal pace the piano was twice as fast and an octave higher.