Well, that depends. Because parrots are one of several species (including humans) that give each individual a name to help distinguish them from the group.
Called “snail” by the Italians and “monkey tail” by the Dutch, the asperand is now as much a part of our online lives as scrolling through newsfeed and untagging really unflattering pictures of ourselves from our last trip to the beach.
The words of the familiar New Year’s song “Auld Lang Syne” are actually an old Scottish poem.
The New Year seems like a great time to start making change in your life. And yet, 25% of people keep setting the same goals, year after year, without ever achieving them.
Virginia is possibly America’s most famous 8-year-old, although her fame is primarily due to a man whose name history has largely forgotten—Francis Pharcellus Church.
Christmas has found itself on the wrong side of the law and public opinion through the centuries, and sometimes for good reason.