Coffee Club Vol 1., No. 3
1. What’s got more germs — the toilet seat, kitchen sponge, or dog bowl?
2. What do you call it when a player makes three back to back strikes in bowling?
3. An average ear of corn has how many rows?
4. The brain is divided into how many lobes?
“Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.”
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.”
“Never interrupt someone doing what you said couldn’t be done.”
“It’s not a faith in technology. It’s faith in people.”
Q: Why was the student’s report card wet?
A: It was below C level!
Q: What did the grape do when it got stepped on?
A: It let out a little wine!
Knock Knock! Who’s There?
A mall who?
A mall shook up!
If you don’t know everything…
No hair in my tea! During the Victorian period, mustache cups were quite popular. These handy little teacups featured a special guard on the top to keep men’s mustaches out of the tea.
Not a doc. Louis Pasteur invented a vaccination for rabies that worked on rabbits and dogs. Because he was not a licensed doctor, he technically wasn’t allowed use it on humans. When a desperate family asked Pasteur for help with their 9 year old child who had been badly bitten by a rabid dog, he violated that rule and the boy made a rapid recovery. This changed the protocol in the world of medicine, and inspired the creation of many other vaccines to come.
Lemme see a map! Reno, Nevada, is 300 miles from the Pacific Ocean. Los Angeles, California, is on the California coast. Yet, Reno is 86 miles farther west than Los Angeles.
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