Muddling up letters of words to create new unintended words are sometimes funny and known as spoonerisms.
Find the words within the words. Well-known phrases, so fun.
Just for fun. Identify the authors and books. Not always that easy.
Illogical humor about accidents.
Just for fun. Einstein on the topic of theories and definitions.
Good to laugh sometimes. A kind of play on words.
A brain teaser. For some easy; for others a mystery how to make the leap.
Another teaser. Match the titles with their authors. Not as easy as it might sound, but fun.
Try another word game. Create 9-letter words from 3-letter chunks.
Another language brain teaser. Find the similarity.
Brain teasers or word games keep the mind young. A few for the taking, starting with trees.
Some sayings are weird. Saved by the bell is literally about living and dying. Glad people thought to use bells to save lives.
Drinking alcohol from lead cups could be fatal. Hence the custom of holding to wake to be sure the person is dead.
Still sayings that relate to food. Tough life even when eating only bread.
Eating of poisenous plates does tend to poisen food. Here is the story about pewter plates.
Feeding a family directly from the land was not easy. An occasional piece of pork was a great treat.
Reusing a stew and part of its contents over and over, was a way of life. Hence the saying about peas hot, peas cold, peas old.
So what’s a thresh hold. Read all about olden days living conditions to understand.
Good to understand saying and see the humor in those saying. How about it is raining cats and dogs.
Understanding the origin of customs and sayings enriches our lives. Here’s one about babies and bath water.