Fun Fact of the Day: In order to protect themselves from predators, shrimp possess a sharp beak or nose, called the rostrum, that extends off the head of their body. This beak also serves as a stabilizer when swimming backwards and forwards in the water.
Yesterday’s Riddle Answer: Letter, the rest can be spelt backwards and make a new word.
Riddle of the Day: I have no eyes, no legs, or ears, and I help move the earth. What am I?
Word of the Day: Avenoir
1) he desire that memory could flow backward. We take it for granted that life moves forward. But you move as a rower moves, facing backwards: you can see where you’ve been, but not where you’re going. And your boat is steered by a younger version of you. It’s hard not to wonder what life would be like facing the other way…
Mars and Venus? Nope. The only problem between the genders is that we each have the others needs and wants backwards. Men want to be needed, and women need to be wanted. Not the other way around. It’s that simple!