A drunk falls into one of the fountains in Trafalgar Square. Floundering around, he looks up and sees Nelson standing on his column.
“Don’t jump!” he shouts. “This is the shallow end!”
Interesting Fact: The ancient Greeks were apparently the first to use aqueducts and gravity-powered fountains to distribute water. According to ancient historians, fountains existed in Athens, Corinth, and other ancient Greek cities in the 6th century BC as the terminating points of aqueducts which brought water from springs and rivers into the cities. In the 6th century BC the Athenian ruler Peisistratos built the main fountain of Athens, the Enneacrounos, in the Agora, or main square. It had nine large cannons, or spouts, which supplied drinking water to local residents. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fountain )
What did the lightning bolt say to the other lightning bolt?
Interesting Fact: The average temperature of lightning is around 20000 °C (36000 °F). When lightning strikes the ground it seeks out the shortest route to something with a positive charge, this might be a tree, a tall building or if they’re very unlucky, a person. ( http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/weather/lightning.html )
It was too cold for the birds today, but other kind of birds were out.
Interesting Fact: The Black Hawk UH-60L helicopter has been a mainstay of American armed forces since it entered service in 1978. Its flexible configuration, survivability, and maneuverability make it the medium utility helicopter of choice by military forces around the world. The UH-60L and its derivatives have amassed more than 5 million flight hours, including casualty evacuations, troop transports, and search-and-rescue missions. ( http://science.howstuffworks.com/black-hawk.htm )
Be so happy that when others look at You they become happy too!
Interesting Fact: The most powerful way to increase your short-term feelings of happiness is to perform random acts of kindness to others. Five such acts in a week will increase your happiness for up to three months.