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Learn Something New Everyday Thread

MikaelaMuppet

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Until now, I had no idea that J.K. Simmons does the voice of the yellow M&M in the M&M's commercials. I knew he was Stanford Pines and Mayor Lionheart, but THE YELLOW M&M?!?!?
I found out because of this video:
You know, he kind of reminds me of someone.

 

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I learned that if I remove the swiveling handle from my tripod, and then screw it into the bottom of a camera, it becomes an instant mini-monopod.
 

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Dogs can burp too. Hang around humans, they pick up all the bad habits.
 

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Memory foam mattresses aren't as luxurious and plush as advertisers make them out to be.
 

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So I learned the reason most standard playing cards come in either red or blue is because in addition to also having white in the card designs, the colors are meant to represent the American flag.
 
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