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  1. Jesusismyticket

    Now Playing...

    On another forum I saw this Post the song you are currently listening to. Feel free to leave a link Innocent - Taylor Swift
  2. Shasta Daisy

    Word Blast!

    In this game, the goal is to find little-known words of 10 letters or more, and post them, with definitions if possible, in alphabetical order. For example: I say "Anathematize - To hate or detest something passionately." And the next person can say "Bouillabaisse - Fish chowder." And the next one may say "Circumlocution - A roundabout way of talking." etc. etc. etc. You are allowed to use a dictionary, and this is even encouraged. The use of this game, beyond being great fun, is to boost vocabulry and spelling skills of ourselves and others interested in doing so. (Who knows? You may even impress your friends with your newly aquired knowledge!) While the rule of thumb is not to post a word that you already know, as this means others probablly know it as well, if you doubt that others know it then go right ahead! And when the letter Z has been reached, feel free to start all over again! Hope y'all have fun! Antediluvian - Since before the flood; very old or old fashioned.
  3. Jesusismyticket

    graphic design?

    So the past about 3 months I've gotten into graphic making. I use PIXLR, but other programs that'll do it are GIMP and Photoshop. this was my very first graphic. It's horrendous. XD Now this is my most recent graphic XD the difference is immense XD was curious if anyone else plays with it.
  4. So as mentioned in status, I have so many guests now it won't be a decent pm! SO AS PROMISED WE HAVE CHOCOLATE CAKE WE ALSO HAVE COOKIES And for Foofer, he requested himself a poo poo platter Refreshments are about. party hats if you want them. The official guest list is BECKY, KITE, PARAKEVES, MICHAEL, CASSANDRA, WILL (because I self invited him hahhhaaa), SARAH, JOY, and FOOFER uninvited guest can and probably will attend. LET'S PARTY
  5. Jesusismyticket

    Sorry/you're not sorry

    Okay so I saw this on another site and it is totally funny so basically how it works. Person one: I'm sorry I took your favorite books. Person 2: apology accepted/you're not sorry I'm sorry I did etc. and it goes on It doesn;t have to be real, it is just funny jokes XD I'll start I'm sorry I took your favorite shirt.
  6. EMBRACE IT happy blue smiley ball is our mascot and we don't care if you think we're too different. this is for all your weird needs and weird discussions
  7. Hey there y'all. Just kidding, not from the South. Love Southern people though! My name is Brianna. I am a sophomore in high school, and I plan to go to college and major in humanities. I love working with and helping people. I am a very out going and confident person. I live in the Mid-West. I have a large family. I love the outdoors. Mud volleyball, tennis, snowmobiling, tubing, hunting, fishing. . . etc. You may ask me anything you'd like. Kind of just looking for some friends. I hope you have a lovely day! P.S. - Give someone a compliment today, I dare you!
  8. I'm in search of some really cool christian guy friends to keep my mind off of girls. I just think that my urges of wanting a down-to-earth, funny, godly and beautiful girl should be the least of my worries. I've never had a sister so I have trouble having friends that are girls. I have yet to find a trustworthy godly girl. I also do not have many spiritual, bible reading friends and its hard to communicate with them about God and his works in my life. So, I'm kinda confused on what I want, haha.
  9. 1. All dogs can be traced back 40 million years ago to a weasel-like animal called the Miacis which dwelled in trees and dens. The Miacis later evolved into the Tomarctus, a direct forbearer of the genus Canis, which includes the wolf and jackal as well as the dog. 2. Ancient Egyptians revered their dogs. When a pet dog would die, the owners shaved off their eyebrows, smeared mud in their hair, and mourned aloud for days. 3. Small quantities of grapes and raisins can cause renal failure in dogs. Chocolate, macadamia nuts, cooked onions, or anything with caffeine can also be harmful. 4. Apple and pear seeds contain arsenic, which may be deadly to dogs. 5. Rock star Ozzy Osborne saved his wife Sharon’s Pomeranian from a coyote by tackling and wresting the coyote until it released the dog. Dogs have sweat glands in between their their paws cute-dogs 6. Dogs have sweat glands in between their paws. 7. In 2003, Dr. Roger Mugford invented the “wagometer” a device that claims to interpret a dog’s exact mood by measuring the wag of its tail. 8. Dogs have three eyelids. The third lid, called a nictitating membrane or “haw,” keeps the eye lubricated and protected. 9. A dog’s shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running. 10. Puppies are sometimes rejected by their mother if they are born by cesarean and cleaned up before being given back to her. 11. The phrase “raining cats and dogs” originated in seventeenth-century England. During heavy rainstorms, many homeless animals would drown and float down the streets, giving the appearance that it had actually rained cats and dogs 12. During the Middle Ages, Great Danes and Mastiffs were sometimes suited with armor and spiked collars to enter a battle or to defend supply caravans 13. Pekingese and Japanese Chins were so important in the ancient Far East that they had their own servants and were carried around trade routes as gifts for kings and emperors. Pekingese were even worshipped in the temples of China for centuries The shape of a dog’s face can help predict how long a dog will live 14. The shape of a dog’s face suggests how long it will live. Dogs with sharp, pointed faces that look more like wolves typically live longer. Dogs with very flat faces, such as bulldogs, often have shorter lives 15. After the fall of Rome, human survival often became more important than breeding and training dogs. Legends of werewolves emerged during this time as abandoned dogs traveling in packs commonly roamed streets and terrified villagers 16. During the Middle Ages, mixed breeds of peasants’ dogs were required to wear blocks around their necks to keep them from breeding with noble hunting dogs. Purebred dogs were very expensive and hunting became the province of the rich. 17. The most dogs ever owned by one person were 5,000 Mastiffs owned by Kubla Khan. 18. The American Kennel Club, the most influential dog club in the United States, was founded in 1884. 19. The most popular male dog names are Max and Jake. The most popular female dog names are Maggie and Molly. Some scholars speculate that Dorothy’s dog, Toto, may represent the Egyptian god of death, Anubis 20. Scholars have argued over the metaphysical interpretation of Dorothy’s pooch, Toto, in the Wizard of Oz. One theory postulates that Toto represents Anubis, the dog-headed Egyptian god of death, because Toto consistently keeps Dorothy from safely returning home. 21. Weird dog laws include allowing police offers in Palding, Ohio, to bite a dog to quiet it. In Ventura County, California, cats and dogs are not allowed to have sex without a permit. 22. The first dog chapel was established in 2001. It was built in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, by Stephan Huneck, a children’s book author whose five dogs helped him recuperate from a serious illness 23. Those born under the sign of the dog in Chinese astrology are considered to be loyal and discreet, though slightly temperamental. 24. In Iran, it is against the law to own a dog as a pet. However, if an owner can prove the dog is a guard or hunting dog, this restriction doesn’t apply. Muslim reticence concerning dogs is perhaps due to the fact that rabies has always been endemic in the Middle East. 25. The Mayans and Aztecs symbolized every tenth day with the dog, and those born under this sign were believed to have outstanding leadership skills. 26. The ancient Mbaya Indians of the Gran Chaco in South America believed that humans originally lived underground until dogs dug them up. Plato once said that ”a dog has the soul of a philosopher” 27. Plato once said that “a dog has the soul of a philosopher.” 28. French poodles did not originate in France but in Germany (“poodle” comes from the German pudel or pudelhund, meaning “splashing dog”). Some scholars speculate the poodle’s puffs of hair evolved when hunters shaved the poodle for more efficient swimming, while leaving the pom-poms around the major joints to keep them warm. 29. The name of the dog on the Cracker Jacks box is Bingo. The Taco Bell Chihuahua is a rescued dog named Gidget. 30. The first dogs were self-domesticated wolves which, at least 12,000 years ago, became attracted to the first sites of permanent human habitation 31. Dachshunds were bred to fight badgers in their dens. 32. Laiki, a Russian stray, was the first living mammal to orbit the Earth, in the Soviet Sputnik spacecraft in 1957. Though she died in space, her daughter Pushnika had four puppies with President John F. Kennedy’s terrier, Charlie. 33. Dalmatians are completely white at birth. 34. The term “dog days of summer” was coined by the ancient Greeks and Romans to describe the hottest days of summer that coincided with the rising of the Dog Star, Sirius. 35. Alexander the Great is said to have founded and named a city Peritas, in memory of his dog. 36. In ancient Greece, kennels of dogs were kept at the sanctuary of Asclepius at Epidaurus. Dogs were frequently sacrificed there because they were plentiful, inexpensive, and easy to control. During the July 25 celebration of the kunophontis (“the massacre of dogs”) dog sacrifices were performed to appease the ancestors of Apollo’s son, Linos, who was devoured by dogs 37. Dog trainers in ancient China were held in high esteem. A great deal of dog domestication also took place in China, especially dwarfing and miniaturization. 38. The ancient religion Zoroastrianism includes in its religious text titled the Zend Avesta a section devoted to the care and breeding of dogs. 39. The earliest European images of dogs are found in cave paintings dating back 12,000 years ago in Spain. 40. The dog was frequently depicted in Greek art, including Cerberus, the three-headed hound guarding the entrance to the underworld, and the hunting dogs which accompanied the virgin goddess of the chase, Diana. 41. During the Renaissance, detailed portraits of the dog as a symbol of fidelity and loyalty appeared in mythological, allegorical, and religious art throughout Europe, including works by Leonardo da Vinci, Diego Velázquez, Jan van Eyck, and Albrecht Durer. 42. A puppy is born blind, deaf, and toothless. The Basenji is the world’s only barkless dog 43. The Basenji is the world’s only barkless dog. 44. A dog most likely interprets a smiling person as baring their teeth, which is an act of aggression. 45. The origin of amputating a dog’s tail may go back to the Roman writer Lucius Columella’s (A.D. 4-70) assertion that tail docking prevented rabies. 46. One of Shakespeare’s most mischievous characters is Crab, the dog belonging to Launce in the Two Gentlemen of Verona. The word “watchdog” is first found in The Tempest. 47. President Franklin Roosevelt created a minor international incident when he claimed he sent a destroyer to the Aleutian Islands just to pick up his Scottish Terrier, Fala, who had been left behind. 48. Within hours of the September 11, 2001, attack the World Trade Center, specially trained dogs were on the scene, including German Shepherds, Labs, and even a few little Dachshunds. 49. It costs approximately $10,000 to train a federally certified search and rescue dog. 50. The smallest dog on record was a matchbox-size Yorkshire Terrier. It was 2.5" tall at the shoulder, 3.5" from nose tip to tail, and weighed only 4 ounces.