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Fact A Day #126 : What's So Special About Universities In Norway?

So I figured it was time that I take this fact stuff to my own hands, so I gave it a shot through Photoshop.
This is the result! Hope you like it.

So today's fact!

Norway will allow any student from anywhere in the world,( Yes "ANY STUDENT FROM ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD) to study at their Public Universities completely "FREE OF CHARGE."
How cool is that? 



Sunday, May 18, 2014

Fact a Day #125 : Its Golf Day

What day is it again?
Ohh yeah
Happy golf day for all those golfers out there :)

I am interested in golfing myself, so I also try to pick up a few tricks to use when I get a chance to play.
I came across a few sites that I think are pretty good at teaching you a few things. 
If you are interested in learning something about golf, check them out

One site is called
                               Check it out here

Golf Beginner Guide
 The other site is called

       Check it out here

Hope you guys learnt something. See ya around then. Adios until then

Friday, May 16, 2014

Fact a Day #124 : Who Is the Loudest Land Animal?

Ahhh can you just stop shouting!
Sorry about that,
I encountered the audio of the Worlds Loudest Land Animal and my ears drums are still vibrating.

Introducing to you,

The World's Loudest Land Animal

Watch Them And Hear Their Sounds

Check out the Wikipedia Page on Howler Monkeys

And there I found the sounds they made. Really good this one

And here I just made a funny meme :D
I decided to have some fun with photoshop

Well that's today's fact on "The World's Loudest Land Animal
Hope you guys enjoyed

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Fact a Day #123 : I wonder how many people like "Interesting Facts?"

Well, well ,well
I always wondered how many people actually liked "Interesting Facts"
So I did some random searches and guess what I came up with
Pretty shocking the results, I must say



Now that's Interesting :P I must say!
Hope you guys enjoyed this small fact.
See ya round soon

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Fact a Day #122 : What is half a computer byte called? :O

What's up Guys!
Long time long see I guess
Been having exams so couldn't find time to make any posts :(
But, now I hopefully will be able to post regularly.
Anyway with further adieu, lets get to today's fact.   

Do you know?

Its called a "NIBBLE"

Basically a byte is 8 bits.

A nibble is half of that, so its a group of 4 bits.

Simple ehh.
The reason you guys may have to heard of this before is 
because we don't use it that commonly nowadays

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Fact a Day #120: WORLD PARTY DAY!

Guess what time it is?
Its time to party because today is "WORLD PARTY DAY!"


So what are you hanging out here for.
Lets party all night...

Get singing and dancing. Party the night off. Sure its a Thursday but who cares.
Party rock is in the house..... tonight

Hope you have a good World Party Day!

Monday, March 31, 2014

Fact A Day #119 : Today is Eiffel Tower Day!

Howdy Folks
Guess what today is?
Yep its Eiffel Tower Day
Man look how awesome it looks even now.


How many days did it take again to build this pile metal?
Oops its right below.

Ohhh and BTW, if you have read this blog from the very start you may remember that one of my very first blog posts was on the Eiffel Tower. It was noobish compared to now but hey nevertheless check it out if you like. It won't take you 15 sec.

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Slight Update

Under-repairsI decided to work around and mess up with blogger templates a little. Just to get a new look with a fresh outlook. Still messing around with it so please excuse me if some links don't exactly work for a few days.

 I'll get it sorted out soon. If you have any suggestions for a new template, let me know. Anyway thanks for being so patient and I hope I can have a cool look for my blog soon.
Until next time See ya

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Fact a Day #117- Today is National Ravioli Day!


Yummy!!! Today is National Ravioli Day! What a tasty surprise

A big hearty thanks to These fun facts below and the original picture were taken from their site.  They made this post possible and they gave the extra info I needed. So BIG THANKS to them and go check them out because they give some very nice recipes there as well.

Five Fun Facts:
  1. The earliest mention of ravioli appears in the writings of Francesco di Marco, a merchant of Venice in the 14th century.
  2. In India, a popular dish called Gujiya is similar to ravioli, however it is prepared sweet, with a filing of dry fruits, sugar and a mixture of sweet spices, then deep fried in vegetable oil. The dish is a popular food prepared during the Holi festival, mainly in the northern, northwestern and central parts of India.
  3. Typically, ravioli are boiled and served with a rich sauce, although some parts of Italy bake their ravioli in cream sauces after boiling them.
  4. All ravioli starts with a pasta dough, typically made by mixing egg, flour, salt, olive oil, and water. The dough is kneaded and worked to a smooth, moist consistency, and then allowed to rest while the filling is made.
  5. The filling is usually cooked and mixed with egg so that it stays together, and after it cools the dough is rolled out into a flat sheet to make ravioli. Small spoonfuls of dough are placed approximately half an inch (one and a half centimeters) apart before another sheet of rolled out dough is carefully placed on top. A ravioli rolling pin is rolled over the two pieces of dough and the filling, sandwiching the filling into small pockets of dough which can be gently cut apart and cooked.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Fact a Day #116- Freedom of Information Day

Today I got a classic day fact for you, but this day is a bit of a special one. You may want to take a look at this one. Anyway, hope you enjoy. BTW I decided that from now on I'll actually mention the fact that I'm writing for about in the heading. That way people won'y be annoyed



What exactly is Freedom of Information Day?

The article sourced below found on the kokomotribune states this :

The observance began as National Freedom of Information Day, originally held on March 16, the birth date of James Madison, the man generally regarded as the father of the U.S. Constitution and author of the First Amendment.

In simple terms, freedom of information is the right to know what your government is doing — how it spends your tax dollars, how it creates and implements policy, how it makes decisions that affect you. Source

In the United States, Freedom of Information Day is celebrated on or near the March 16 birthday of James Madison, considered the "Founding Father of Freedom of Information," as part of what during recent years has become known as "Sunshine Week." This program is the seventh annual celebration of Freedom of Information Day held by the law school's Collaboration on Government Secrecy and this year it extends Sunshine Week among related activities by media and public interest groups. Leading experts will discuss matters of current importance to the openness-in-government community, including in a "legislative outlook" session featuring key congressional staff from all corners of Capitol Hill.


So overall I guess you guys know something or the rather about "Freedom of Information Day." If you still want to find more just type a search query on Google "freedom of information day" and your bound to end up with something. 

So again, hope you enjoyed, but what matters most to me is if you learnt something new, because that's my goal in this blog. I'll post something else whenever I can. Next week is exams so the possibility is less of me posting, but you can bet I'll try. Until next time. See ya!

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Fact a Day #115

I'm back again, sooner than I thiught
Actually this one was scheduled before, but hey who cares as long as i get to post something
Well I've been going with all sorts of weird facts these last few days and here is another one for you guys

Did you know this fact?
Your little finger, most commonly known as your pinky is actually known as,

"digitus minimus manus"