Good morning world another cold day here in Newie have to have the heater on, I got dressed in the bathroom with the heater on.
Monday now and the start of the last week of school for term two, feels like they only just went back to school.
Anyway here are this weeks facts that you may or may not know.
There are more than 14,000 types of rice
Cornish pasties were the staple diet of Cornish miners about 150 years ago, the pasty was marked with the owner's initials at one end. The hungry man would start eating from the other end ,in case he couldn't eat it all,it still held his mark and he could finish it later.
The most difficult tongue twister is “the sixth sick Sheik's sixth sheep's sick” I can't say it
The oldest piece of chewing gum is over 9,000years old........what the hell
Norway is called “the land of the midnight sun” because in the north, the Sun does not set from May until the end of July