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National Tell A Fairy Tale Day

donmdonm Posts: 10,241 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

NATIONAL TELL A FAIRY TALE DAY

What was your favorite fairy tale as a child. They have a very interesting history if one is interested and willing to take the time to read about their origins. Since it is national TELL a fairy tale day, can any of you create one for this board having to do with the Dawgs, or maybe better, one or more of our rivals?

It's also National Spay Day. Ouch. And we've had such nice days for our pets lately. This one hurt to even think about.

Finally, it's National Pistachio day. Called the smiling nut in the Middle East and the happy nut in China. A very healthy nut, it may help reduce the chances of heart disease. There are reports of pistachio trees that are over 700 years old in Iran. For those of you who camp, the empty shells make wonderful tinder for starting fires, especially when used with paper.


 

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