In the Japanese version, he says "Cheerio then, love."
It looks like a duck and talks like a duck talking like a human. A duck named Ripper who lives in Australia's Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve learned to say "You bloody fool," providing further evidence to scientists that ducks can imitate human speech. Listen above! Ripper also imitates the sound of its aviary door slamming while… READ THE REST
"Guy" wasn't a word until the early 1600s when Guy Fawkes attempted to blow up the English Parliament in the Gunpowder Plot. The name became an insult, and addressing a group as "you guys" would have been met with hostility. Guy was an uncommon name in England, but may have been popular in York on… READ THE REST
The Wikipedia page for Long-time nuclear waste warning messages describes the messages intended to communicate danger to future humans in the event of nuclear disaster. Since today's written languages are unlikely to survive several thousand years into the future, pictograms and hostile architecture are used. In an unlikely application of the messages, Etsy artists have… READ THE REST
Your pup knows a lot about you, from the tunes you belt out in the shower to the embarrassing shows you binge-watch into the wee hours of the morning. And while a dog can easily feel like another member of your family, it's crazy to think about how little you actually know about them —… READ THE REST
The era of portable speakers is here to stay, and bringing one to any function is an instant party starter. However, with so many options to choose from, not just any speaker will check all the necessary boxes. You've got to have one that can do it all. It's got to sound good, look good,… READ THE REST
Do you love books but don't always have the time to sit down and read? Audiobooks can sometimes do the trick, but they can still take hours to listen to and can be hard to digest. It can feel like there just aren't enough hours in the day to get through all the books you'd… READ THE REST