Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid - General Discussion' started by RugBurnRed, Dec 6, 2017 at 7:16 PM.
a BCF gift card for all the money they have allotted for my Xmas!
lol seems like the perfect gift to me!
Better than a diamond ring....
I could be wrong, but it seems to me that you are sporting an updated Avatar. With the trials and tribulations of performing your tasks as a Senior Moderator, I guess that's what happens.
"Me have good reason to ride fast, Kemosabe."- Tonto ("The Lone Ranger: Two Against Two (#5.28)" 1957)
Baaaaahahahahahaaaaaa!!! No, I'm afraid it's just my representation of this morbid holiday! Lol!
NATIONAL MICROWAVE OVEN DAY
On December 6, give one appliance in the house a little consideration. It’s National Microwave Day!
Quite by accident, self- taught American engineer Percy Spencer discovered a way to heat food safely with microwaves. While working with an active radar in 1945, he noticed a candy bar in his pocket was melting. The high-powered microwave beams created a heating effect ideal for cooking. Spencer deliberately attempted cooking popcorn with the microwaves and an egg was next. The egg was less successful than the popcorn. It exploded in his fellow engineer’s face!
NATIONAL MINER’S DAY
National Miner’s Day is observed annually on December 6.
This day was created as a day of reflection, when we can show appreciation for the sacrifices, honor the accomplishments and remember the tragedies that these hard-working individuals experience. Mining is one of the most dangerous jobs in America, and the miners put their lives at risk each and every day as they contend with health and safety issues as well as their uncertainty of the future.
NATIONAL GAZPACHO DAY
National Gazpacho Day is celebrated across the United States each year on December 6. Gazpacho is typically a tomato-based vegetable soup which is served cold. Originating in the southern Spanish region of Andalucia, Gazpacho is widely consumed in Spanish cuisine, usually during the summer months.
NATIONAL PAWNBROKERS DAY
Each year on December 6, people all across the United States acknowledge National Pawnbrokers Day. This holiday was created as a day to pay tribute to a profession that provides a valuable service to their clientele of those in need of cash funds and also those looking for a reasonably good deal.
"Plunge Deep enough in order to see something that is hidden and glimmering."- Matsuo Basho
If they serve no other purpose, your posts are almost all certainly....educational.
In this case, however, my avatar expresses my disdain for the commercialized "Xmas" holiday.