I don't care if I'm too old, I'm going trick-or-treating. Seriously, you walk around your neighborhood in a costume collecting free candy, and then slowly eating it for the next few months. Anyway, I'm going as Hanataro Yamada from "Bleach" Bleach is an awesome anime that everyone should watch.
So, my dog, Washburne was chasing my cat, Squishy across the hall at breakneck speed, and Squishy jumps over and behind the couch, successfully, and Washburne, still chasing Squishy jumps as well, only to hit the back of the couch, bounce off, and pop one of those air bags used in packing that I forgot to throw away, scaring everyone.
OH! I forgot, I was looking over my old posts, and I saw that I mentioned a story, but never told it, so here it is. I was going on a trip (in my favorite rocket ship) camping in Nebraska for a week, and you know those tripods you have to sit on to well, poop? Well, I was doing that and the ground under the tripod decided to give in, the tripod collapsed, and I was, well, you know what would happen
Here's three random facts.
In the UK, it is illegal to eat mince pies on Christmas Day,
As of three days ago I've been on here for a year,
And I have... been gone for... *checks yearly computer history* almost 11 moths of that year... sorry. My account was glitching and I couldn't get my password until now. Also thank you Sparkleaf and thekingofpillowland for the happy birthday-ing
Random fact: Orville and Wilbur Wright designed and flew their Flyer plane in December 1903. Five people were said to have witnessed the flight including John T. Daniels who took photographic evidence. Claims that Whitehead beat the Wright Brothers to the record first emerged in 1937.
Random fact: The hieroglyphic system used in ancient Egypt had between 700 and 800 basic symbols, called glyphs. This number grew in the last centuries of ancient Egyptian civilization, because of an increased interest in writing religious texts.
Random Fact: Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States and the tenth deepest in the world, with a maximum depth measured at 1,645 ft (501 m), average depth of 1,000 ft (305 m). Crater Lake in Oregon is the deepest lake (1,949 ft or 594 m) in the United States. PS: Do you guys like these?