ten things you didn’t know about me

I didn’t know them either until just a few minutes ago! Annotated by yours truly.

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Alala!

  1. Alalaology is the study of alala. (Try saying that three times fast.)
  2. Neil Armstrong first stepped on alala with his left foot. (She was asleep at the time, and didn’t notice.)
  3. About one tenth of alala is permanently covered in ice. (Yeah, my toes.)
  4. Humans share about fifty percent of their DNA with alala. (Wow. I would think it would be much less.)
  5. The first American zoo was built in 1794, and contained only alala. (That, actually, is not altogether impossible.)
  6. Every day in the UK, four people die putting alala on! (That’s right – you try that with me, I’ll open up a can o’ Whupass!)
  7. The military salute is a motion that evolved from medieval times, when knights in armor raised their visors to reveal alala.
  8. Alala is the smallest of Jupiter’s many moons!
  9. Some people in Malaysia bathe their babies in beer to protect them from alala. (Hah. That would SO not work.)
  10. Wearing headphones for an hour will increase the amount of alala in your ear 700 times. (Eeeeuw!)
I am interested in – do tell me aboutherhimitthem

Ganked from Amber. I just couldn’t help myself.

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2 responses to “ten things you didn’t know about me

  • vickihttp://outsidein.typepad.com

    This is quite wonderful- every thing I never wanted to know about alala. And your name fits so perfectly!
    “Vicki”, sharing 98% of her DNA and using only 10% of her brain, doesn’t fit in quite as well…thanks for the smile.

  • Amberhttp://www.amberbamberboo.com

    Maybe if the Malaysians bathed their babies in yaks milk?

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