Bet You Didn’t Know That …. – By Didi Vita


Terrified of Butterflies! Nicole Kidman will happily hold a snake or kill that spider at the bottom of the bathtub. Just don’t ask her to visit a butterfly house. The Australian actress is terrified of these colorful creatures!
Terrified of Butterflies!
Nicole Kidman will happily hold a snake or kill that spider at the bottom of the bathtub. Just don’t ask her to visit a butterfly house. The Australian actress is terrified of these colorful creatures!

Valentina the Brave! Valentina is the feminine form of the name Valentine. The meaning is most often quoted as “healthy” or “strong,” though some sources suggest “brave.” With the former definition, Valentina traces back to the Latin word valens, and was likely a surname, Valentinus, before it was a first name.
Valentina the Brave!
Valentina is the feminine form of the name Valentine. The meaning is most often quoted as “healthy” or “strong,” though some sources suggest “brave.” With the former definition, Valentina traces back to the Latin word valens, and was likely a surname, Valentinus, before it was a first name.
10 Spoons of Sugar One can of soda contains 10 teaspoons of sugar and the average American adult drinks 500 cans of soda every year, estimating about 52 pounds of sugar consumed in soft drinks alone.
10 Spoons of Sugar
One can of soda contains 10 teaspoons of sugar and the average American adult drinks 500 cans of soda every year, estimating about 52 pounds of sugar consumed in soft drinks alone.
A New Stomach Twice a Week Did you know that you get a new stomach lining every three to four days? If you didn’t, the strong acids your stomach uses to digest food would also digest your stomach.
A New Stomach Twice a Week
Did you know that you get a new stomach lining every three to four days? If you didn’t, the strong acids your stomach uses to digest food would also digest your stomach.
JT: Pre-teen Mr. America Before the performing bug bit, Justin Timberlake spent time on the pageant circuit. In 1991, JT took home the pre-teen Mr. America crown. The following year he became the first male to win America’s Universal Charm pageant.
JT: Pre-teen Mr. America
Before the performing bug bit, Justin Timberlake spent time on the pageant circuit. In 1991, JT took home the pre-teen Mr. America crown. The following year he became the first male to win America’s Universal Charm pageant.
Alice in “Noble”land ah-LEE-che (Italian) The name Alice originally stems back to the Germanic “Adalheidis,” which is a combination of adal meaning “noble” and held meaning “kind” or “sort.” Over time, “Adalheidis” was shortened to “Adalheid,” which the French changed to “Adelaide.” From there, the name found life in the forms “Adaliz,” “Aaliz” and “Aliz.” In England, the name was changed to “Aeleis” and “Alys” before the creation of the modern day “Alice.” Gaelic forms of Alice include “Ailis” and “Ailis.”
Alice in “Noble”land
ah-LEE-che (Italian)
The name Alice originally stems back to the Germanic “Adalheidis,” which is a combination of adal meaning “noble” and held meaning “kind” or “sort.” Over time, “Adalheidis” was shortened to “Adalheid,” which the French changed to “Adelaide.” From there, the name found life in the forms “Adaliz,” “Aaliz” and “Aliz.” In England, the name was changed to “Aeleis” and “Alys” before the creation of the modern day “Alice.” Gaelic forms of Alice include “Ailis” and “Ailis.”
Amanda Love Love Love Amanda is a female name of Latin influence. A feminine proper name literally meaning "worthy to be loved" and the feminine of Latin amandus, German of amare "to love". More contemporary believed to have been created by a playwright named Colley Cibber in the 17th Century. His translation of the Latin was "lovable.”
Amanda Love Love Love
Amanda is a female name of Latin influence. A feminine proper name literally meaning “worthy to be loved” and the feminine of Latin amandus, German of amare “to love”. More contemporary believed to have been created by a playwright named Colley Cibber in the 17th Century. His translation of the Latin was “lovable.”
Rita, you’re precious as a pearl! The name Rita originates as a shortened version of the Spanish “Margarita” meaning or the Italian “Margherita” meaning “pearl,” which are derivations of the Greek “Margarethe.” However, Rita has gained traction as a given name in its own right. In Hindi, Rita means “right” or “proper” from the Sanskrit. In Persian the meaning of the name Rita is: Child of light.
Rita, you’re precious as a pearl!
The name Rita originates as a shortened version of the Spanish “Margarita” meaning or the Italian “Margherita” meaning “pearl,” which are derivations of the Greek “Margarethe.” However, Rita has gained traction as a given name in its own right. In Hindi, Rita means “right” or “proper” from the Sanskrit. In Persian the meaning of the name Rita is: Child of light.
No More Nursing, Fatima.. Fatima: In Arabic: “to abstain,” or “she who weans.” In Islam, she was a daughter of prophet Mohammed. In Christianity, it is a Marian name, from Our Lady of Fatima. This comes from a tradition that the Blessed Mary appeared to three shepherds in the town of Fátima, Portugal during the first World War. Although Fatima was the name of their town, it is also appropriate in terms of meaning, since one of the things the apparition asked the shepherds to do was abstain from drinking water when it was hot.
No More Nursing, Fatima..
Fatima: In Arabic: “to abstain,” or “she who weans.”
In Islam, she was a daughter of prophet Mohammed.
In Christianity, it is a Marian name, from Our Lady of Fatima. This comes from a tradition that the Blessed Mary appeared to three shepherds in the town of Fátima, Portugal during the first World War. Although Fatima was the name of their town, it is also appropriate in terms of meaning, since one of the things the apparition asked the shepherds to do was abstain from drinking water when it was hot.

Einstein a Bad Student? Albert Einstein actually crushed his report cards. His reputation for being a notoriously terrible student? That came from his habit of talking back to his teachers when he felt they were acting too authoritarian. Einstein’s mother once wrote in a letter to his grandmother,”Yesterday Albert received his grades, he was again number one, & his report card was brilliant.” He definitely never failed mathematics! He said,”Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential & integral calculus.
Einstein a Bad Student?
Albert Einstein actually crushed his report cards. His reputation for being a notoriously terrible student? That came from his habit of talking back to his teachers when he felt they were acting too authoritarian.
Einstein’s mother once wrote in a letter to his grandmother,”Yesterday Albert received his grades, he was again number one, & his report card was brilliant.”
He definitely never failed mathematics! He said,”Before I was fifteen I had mastered differential & integral calculus.
Anna So Gracious The name Anna is commonly thought to be a variant of Hannah, a Hebrew name. In Hebrew, the name is Hannah and in Latinate form, the name became Anna, losing the initial ‘H’ and also the ‘h’ at the end. The name appears in the Bible and has many variants in English as well as many variants in other languages. In the Bible, Hannah was a devout and sincere woman and the Hebrew name means something similar to ‘gracious/mercilful/kind.’
Anna So Gracious
The name Anna is commonly thought to be a variant of Hannah, a Hebrew name. In Hebrew, the name is Hannah and in Latinate form, the name became Anna, losing the initial ‘H’ and also the ‘h’ at the end. The name appears in the Bible and has many variants in English as well as many variants in other languages. In the Bible, Hannah was a devout and sincere woman and the Hebrew name means something similar to ‘gracious/mercilful/kind.’
The Purring Kitten In African and in Egyptian the meaning of the name Sanura is: Kitten.
The Purring Kitten
In African and in Egyptian the meaning of the name Sanura is: Kitten.

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