If you know a thing or some things about something that other people don't know, this is the place to tell them the thing or some things about those things.
Did you know that in instances of severe flooding in urban areas, homeless people will cling together, forming a large ball with their bodies, to float on the surface, thereby ensuring the survival of the colony. It is advised not to come in contact with these floating colonies.
The microscopic creatures that live in our eyebrows read everything we read and sometimes report our browsing history to the C.I.A.
If you follow Hurricane Irma's path on CNN then the storm doesn't exist for you. "Your kids aren't drowning, FAKE NEWS!"
When you are in a hurry to get somewhere you will come upon slower than normal vehicles driven by people who are either lost or just plain slow.
If no one's looking you can just take things and it's fine. I mean it's all just stuff.
What people refer to as "claws" on animals are actually their "fingernails and toenails" but theirs are pointier than ours.
What people refer to as "fingernails and toenails" on people are actually "claws" but theirs are duller.
For more better alcohol consumption purposes, and of course fingering.
Recent studies in the field of Animal Reproduction have shown that, because of the pointiness of their fingerclaws and toeclaws, animals cannot participate in the foreplay period of the reproductive process known as "Fingersports". This leads to conditions such as "Wham, Bam, Thank You Mammal" and "Reptile Dysfunction".
"Tacocat" is a palindrome.
When you drop something but don't look at it while it's falling, it will immediately roll or bounce as far away from you as possible, and by reading your mind, it will go in a direction that contradicts the likely path that you expect it to.
This happens to me way too often. I heard some advice about it once: "drop something similar from the same place and it will lead you to the lost one."