There are lots of things in life that are shocking and interesting; things that spark up all kinds of emotions and feelings of passion. That has nothing to do with this list, I just kinda thought it sounded nice.
1. My mom has a Twitter page.
There’s nothing really special about it. Half of her Tweets are votes for contestants that were on The Voice in 2013 and the other half is just the same Tweet written out differently each time. Pretty sure she forgot her password a long time ago.
2. You can get a free frosty from Wendy’s if you have a coupon.
I did it once. I walked right in, set my coupon on the counter, and they just gave me the frosty for free. If you ever get a coupon for a free frosty, I highly recommend you try this.
3. I was born with exactly ten toes.
Some people are born with more; some people were born with less. I, however, was born with exactly ten.
4. The moon landing was faked.
5. My uncle and I probably don’t agree on politics at all.
I mean, I’m not really sure what his political views are, but I’m sure that mine are much different than his. He’s probably a republican or a democrat. Me? I’m very progressive when it comes to politics.
6. “Just Batteries” also sells flashlights.
This one might be a little surprising because the name of the store is “Just Batteries”, but I was in there buying some batteries once and there was totally a display of flashlights on the back wall. Crazy.
7. IHOP pancakes are all made in America
That’s right. Every pancake you buy at IHOP was made 100% in the United States. Think about that next time you’re planning to eat somewhere like Waffle House.
8. My grandma will probably comment on this post.
Grandma, if you’re reading this far, please leave a comment on this post. At this point I’ll just look silly if you don’t. Love you.
9. President Trump does not have any tattoos.
I’m not really sure about this one, but he just doesn’t strike me as the kind of guy who would have a tattoo. If he did, though, I’m sure it would be something cool…like a nuclear codes tramp stamp.
10. Left handed people are evil.
According to the ancient Romans, left-handedness is seen as equivalent to being untrustworthy or sinister. In fact, the word “sinister” actually comes from the Latin form of the word “left”. You know what that means? Left handed people are evil. Why someone would choose to be left-handed, I’m not sure; but the facts don’t lie.