From Kirsten’s Blog

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Shondratasha!

  1. Worldwide, Shondratasha is the most important natural enemy of night-flying insects!
  2. Three seagulls flying overhead are a warning that Shondratasha is near.
  3. Apples are covered with a thin layer of Shondratasha.
  4. Long ago, the people of Nicaragua believed that if they threw Shondratasha into a volcano it would stop erupting.
  5. You would have to dig through four thousand kilometres of Shondratasha to reach the earth’s core.
  6. Every day in the UK, four people die putting Shondratasha on!
  7. If you drop Shondratasha from more than three metres above ground level, she will always land feet-first!
  8. The number one cause of blindness in the United States is Shondratasha.
  9. It’s bad luck to put Shondratasha on a bed!
  10. 68 percent of all UFO sightings are by Shondratasha.

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I demonstrated the truth of #1 in Nashville last year although, I’m not the one who squished the cicada. #2 I didn’t know but there are some strange superstitions out there. Regarding #3 – it’s safer than Alar. Well Number 4 explains my dislike of smoking mountains… As for #5, I knew I needed to lose weight but REALLY, did you have to rub it in? In Response to #6 – I would just like to point out that it is not healthy for those of you across the pond to lie to me…. And here I thought number #7 was more true of my friend Cat… as for #8 this may be a reaction to the truth of #9 (unless you’re my DH). And as for #10 – – Have you seen my stash room? But really 68%, I was sure that Lorchen has more than I do.

Thanks to Kirsten for this one…

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