And then we realised that, there are, of course, more than 50 ways of birding.Continue reading 50 other very common ways of birding
We run in the afternoon, when birds run as well.
“We should bring binoculars!” We always say to ourselves. After missed a family of red-backed shrike playing on the power line, we finally decided to bring binoculars with us — while we run.
And we suddenly realised that, there are, of course, more than one way of birding.Continue reading 50 very common ways of birding
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One night, we were drinking sake with the glass shown below. We had our last sip. We put the glass back to the table. Looking at the glass, a strange thing hooked us: the sake is not finished.
Out of curiosity, we did a research on it.Continue reading Glass waist (and its relationship with your waist)
Let’s say you would live for 100 years, and you would start to use calendar from day one. In this case, you would use at least 100 normal calendars, maximum 44 Calendar Rolls, or, 1 New Calendar.
And that’s not the end of the story. After 100 years, you can surely pass your New Calendar to someone else who can surely pass the no-longer-yours New Calendar further down.Continue reading New Calendar
Tree has a wide variety of filtering functions.Continue reading Tree Filter
It is not rare to see someone wearing t-shirt outside in, like the one below. He just discovered the mistake, feeling a bit embarrassed mentally and uncomfortable physically. Common sense strongly suggests us the correct way of wearing/producing clothes is decoration outside, if there is decoration. We need decoration to satisfy people’s eyes. The inner side that closely touches our body ensures our maximum comfort. It has to be soft, pure, and natural. In conclusion, when we wear correctly, we feel being ‘covered’, we feel warm, safe, comfortable, and confident.Continue reading We Were Wrong about The Correct Side of Pillow Case and Bed Sheet
For me, heaven and hell were separated by merely a single piece of paper.Continue reading Two Names
Pin, or Safety Pin, was invented by an american named Walter Hunt in 1849.Continue reading We Pinned an Unpinned Safety Pin for Safety Reason
Amanita citrus sinensis, commonly known in english as orange’s mushroom. It might remind you its lovely tasted, posh but a little bit tricky cousin Amanita caesarea, commonly known in english as Caesar’s mushroom. If you happen to know Chinese, you may find that orange’s mushroom and Caesar’s mushroom unreasonably share the same name in Chinese. Nothing can be more confusing than that. Despite name and appearance, they have nothing in common.Continue reading Orange’s Mushroom
You see, we did trick on the feedback rating stars:
Then we got back some trickier stars:Continue reading Yoko Poco ma Yoko
The green cycle path that runs through the heart of Thyssen-Krupp Steel’s large industrial site offers visitors a chance to pass through a monumental industrial landscape. Still in operation, 24 hours a day, here one is lost in time and adrift in history.Continue reading Landstrich