Things Your Christmas Tree Says About You:
White lights = You ask house guests to remove their shoes.
Multicolored lights = You’re an extrovert.
Blinking lights = You have attention deficit disorder.
Homemade ornaments = You have lots of children.
Strung popcorn = You have too much time on your hands.
Red balls only = You wish you lived in Continue reading “Christmas Tree Psychology” »
Top 10 Signs You’ve Eaten Too Much at Thanksgiving Dinner
From The David Letterman Show
10. Hundreds of volunteers have started to stack sandbags around you.
9. Doctor tells you your weight would be perfect for a man 17 feet tall.
8. You are responsible for a slight but measurable shift in the earth’s axis.
7. Right this minute, you’re laughing up pie on the carpet.
6. You decide to take a little nap and wake up in mid-July.
5. World’s fattest man sends you a telegram warning you to “back off!” Continue reading “How do you know when you’ve eaten too much at Thanksgiving?” »
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? November 10th marks the iconic show’s Anniversary!
Sesame Street was originally aimed at helping children in low-income families prepare for school. To help facilitate the feeling of an inner city neighborhood, the set featured peeling paint, alleys, stoops, and metal trash cans on the sidewalk. A few changes have been made to the show since then, but it still continues to educate children around the world. Sesame Street airs in over 120 countries!
Sesame Street Fun Facts:
- The show made its broadcast debut on November 10, 1969.
- 77 million Americans watched Sesame Street as children.
- A study done in 2001 showed that Sesame Street’s positive effects on reading and achievement last through high school.
- The original name of Sesame Street was “123 Avenue B,” but that was considered too “New Yorky.”
- Oscar the Grouch was orange during the first season before being changed to green, and Grover was Continue reading “S is for Sesame Street!” »