BRAIN ON DRUGS:
A study by the Urban Institute found that the median age for a first marriage is 27 for women and 29 for men. It’s seven years later than it was back in 1960. (https://goo.gl/fPfS2Z)
New research shows that an extract from Maple Leaves could help prevent skin wrinkles. (https://goo.gl/LMWJt8)
The Governor of Louisanna announced that he’s hoping to turn the French Quarter in New Orleans into a family friendly entertainment hub. (https://goo.gl/JyebrM)
A Canadian Coffee Chain named “Second Cup” is turning several stores into marijuana dispensaries.
An American company has embedded microchips in 80 of its employees. (https://goo.gl/EEanGa)
A new study shows using E-Cigarettes can damage your DNA.
A robber recently stole $1,000 worth of vape pens from a Mount Juliet, Tennessee gas station. (https://goo.gl/sVemku)
A pair of goats have been found wandering the subway tracks in Brooklyn.(https://goo.gl/JaxXLs)
LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words
-Exhausted after physical exertion.
Middle English past participle of forswinke, “exhausted from physical exertion,” most commonly in the performance of household chores. Terms with similar meanings included dwang and snool, “to oppress or exhaust one’s vital energies by overwork,” while tireling denoted a person who was easily fatiqued by physical exertion. The sixteenth-century toilful was used of a hardworking individual or one who was characterized by toiling, and the related verb thripple meant “to toil ceaselessly.” Titteravating was an early dialectic variant in eastern England for “tiresome.
Used in a sentence:
"I'm positively forswunke after tea with the bridge club splatherdabs."
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