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Sunday, March 27, 2016

3 Unique Games and Puzzles and Their History

Most of us have very fond memories of the various childhood games we played, and some still live on, not only in our memories, but have been passed down to our children and grandchildren. Do we ever stop to wonder, however, where these games started? Who were the masterminds behind these games? How many generations have they traveled down? Did the designer create them merely for their own children, or did they have plans of making their millions by creating a new craze? Let's take a look at a few of these games and puzzles, and....Read On
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Thursday, March 24, 2016

History of Easter Eggs

Jesus Christ was crucified and resurrected, according to the Bible and Christian belief, and Easter is the day we celebrate his resurrection. Jesus Christ was nailed to the cross and died on Good Friday. He was resurrected three days later on Easter Sunday. Easter also traditionally signifies the end of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday, and is a period of atonement prior to the celebration of Easter Eggs have been the most common Easter gift over the years and are....Read On
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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Easter Bunny Performance

Easter Rabbit is treated with the same importance and respect as Santa Klaus, especially in Europe and the United States. Although for those ones, who are not from these countries, it seems as pretty odd version of a chicken: these rabbits are believed to bring eggs at Easter night, and, moreover, not common eggs, but chocolate ones. If to skip this very idea, Easter Bunny is....Read On

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Smart People Say Stupid Things Too!

Have you ever made a comment that was simply ridiculous, but you didn't realize it until you saw the smiles on your friends faces? You may have been totally mortified afterwards, but the truth is everyone makes comments like that; even the smartest people in the world make dumb comments too. The best part is: the smarter they are, the harder you laugh....Read On

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Get Ready To Celebrate St. Patrick's Day In Style

Whether you're Irish or simply love Irish traditions and holidays, St. Patrick's Day brings Irish cheer to many people around the world. St. Patrick's Day is a celebration of all things Irish, commemorated on March 17 when many families gather and serve cabbage, corned beef, and delightful mint chocolate pies. Some cities even celebrate by changing entire bodies of water to the color green to remember the beloved St. Patrick....Read On

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Monopoly

When thinking about addicting games, Monopoly is one of the first board games to come to mind. Who hasn’t spent hours scheming to trade railroads, or hoping beyond hope that they will manage to avoid landing on the Boardwalk space with the hotel on it? Debates continue to rage as to whether money paid to the banker goes in the middle of the board and the lucky person to land on Free Parking rakes....Read On

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

St Patrick's Day Destinations

St. Patrick's Day is celebrated by a number of nations worldwide generally on the 17th of March to commemorate Saint Patrick, one of the legendary patron saints of Ireland. To the Irish and Irish at heart, St. Patrick's Day is the most festive event, celebrated in large cities and small towns with parades, music, Irish food and drink, parades, fun activities for children and most importantly, "the wearing of green". Though St. Patrick's Day was originally celebrated by people of Irish decent, today the event is becoming increasingly popular among people....Read On