Monday, 15 June 2020

What do you know or maybe you don't know, me I don't know what about anything just saying


Good morning world how is everyone today, tomorrow or yesterday wherever you are in the world. Monday here around 10.30ish as I start this, as its Monday it is fact day how true or right they are I do not know but here they are.

Legend has it that an itchy nose indicates that its owner is about to be cursed or kissed, will run into a gatepost or shake hands with a fool.

A Prague housewife jumped out of a third floor window when she found out her husband had been cheating on her, she recovered because she landed on her husband who was killed

A law during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1 declared that any woman who used fake hair, make up, high heels or other devices to led a man into marriage, could be punished as a witch.

In 1062 the River Thames froze over for 14 weeks

King Kokodo of the Congo ruled for three years after his death, his body was moved around the square in a coffin on wheels while he made up his mind whether to stay dead or not........He stayed dead.


5 comments:

Rita said...

I learned that if you had an itchy nose someone was talking about you and if you dropped a knife it meant company was coming. Silly things, both of them.

Margaret D said...

Well I'm still laughing at that poor women who jumped out the window and fell on her husband, that's karma for you :) It's not good she felt she had to jump in the first place but I'm sure you know what I mean :)
Interesting facts.

Chatty Crone said...

A law during the reign of Queen Elizabeth 1 declared that any woman who used fake hair, make up, high heels or other devices to led a man into marriage, could be punished as a witch.
That was interesting - love your fact days. I learn something every time I come here.

CWMartin said...

Got to wonder how the king got that option....

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

Rita.......Silly things indeed

Margaret D........Yeah that is funny

Sandie......I thought it was strange

Chris...... Yeah indeed

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