Slangs an swear words of Colloquial, funny Enli

Bag of potatoes!
Dust farmer!
Broken scarecrow!
Mud professor!
Cookie crumbles!
Sand in a sandwich!
Cookie dough!
Burps and farts!


Did you know

Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of Neon Lighting? In 1910, French physicist Georges Claude displayed neon lighting to the public at the Paris Motor Show. In 1923, Claude introduced the signs to the United States by selling two to a Packard car dealership in Los Angeles. Earle C. Anthony purchased the two signs reading “Packard” for $1,250 each.


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.”

— Thomas A. Edison

Did you know…

Did you know…

… that today is Cooked Grasshoppers Month? During the month of December, grasshoppers swarm Uganda after the seasonal rains. Ugandans catch, fry, and eat thousands of grasshoppers every day and are considered a delicacy. And… in case you want to celebrate by chomping on a few, here’s how they do it in Uganda: Clean the locusts by removing the legs and wings, then fry them with some chopped onion and season with curry powder. Enjoy! 😉


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“To learn something new, you need to try new things and not be afraid to be wrong.”

— Roy T. Bennett

I liked this newsletter. Sharing. Humanity.

Whoever you are, wherever you are there’s a way for you to help every child take action for the Global Goals. We celebrate the creativity of our community, sharing one mission, but inspiring action in different ways all over the world. Here are just a few examples to fire your imagination….
Students at Sô Ava secondary school have pledged to encourage community members, most of whom are fishermen, to follow sustainable fishing practices. Their outdoor World’s Largest Lesson was supported by FORAM Initiatives, working with the approval of the Education Ministry to create after school clubs with activities and games for the Goals.
Prospect Primary School South Australia have been developing ideas for creating more child- friendly and sustainable cities. Their exciting World’s Largest Lesson involved working with South Australia’s State Minister for Child Protection, UNICEF and Teaspoons of Change to brainstorm ideas and making commitments for action.
Children in over 1000 schools in Nigeria have been developing their own class charters to make their schools safer for learning. With the help of the Universal Basic Commission for Education, UNICEF and FHI360 used localised World’s Largest Lesson content to train teachers and engage thousands of children.
12000 students in Bahrain have created their own pledges for the Goals in a World’s Largest Lesson, delivered by AIESEC and the Ministry of Youth and Sport at the Global Youth Festival for Sustainable Development Goals.
Teachers from the Agrupamento de Escolas Dr. Alberto Iria -Olhão in Portugal used their local area of outstanding natural beauty as inspiration for their World’s Largest Lesson. They took students to the beach to learn about plastic pollution and the Goals.  They picked up litter and are now working to ensure the Goals are the focus across their wider local community.
Marine Ecologist, Rodrigo Varas Psijas from Antofagasta proved that simply anyone can teach a World’s Largest Lesson. He visited students at the Republic of the United States School. Tocopilla and asked them ‘What world do you want to see in 2030’ they drew solutions using this lesson plan and discussed environmental solutions for their community.
With global engagement like this children and young people can make global impact too. They just need someone to support them.

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Choicest Quotes this week

Robert Herrick

“Who covets more is evermore a slave.”

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Dorothy L. Sayers

“The great advantage about telling the truth is that nobody ever believes it.”

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Salvador Dali

“The thermometer of success is merely the jealousy of the malcontents.”

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Louis L’Amour

“A good beginning makes a good end.”

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George Santayana

“Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

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J. R. R. Tolkien

“Courage is found in unlikely places.”

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Farmer news.

Cotton, the killing fields in Telangana’s hinterland

2 in farmer suicides in the past four years with nearly 4,000 peasants reportedly ending their lives. Majority of the farmers who committed suicide are …
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The Principal brought forth the plight of farmers in his introductory address. He said the high incidents of farmer suicides and rising frequency of …
Cyclone Gaja leaves farmers distraught, suicidal

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In Cyclone Gaja-Hit Areas, An Alarming Pattern Of Suicidal Tendencies

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Rs 3 lakh crore waivers, 3 lakh suicides

The elections and competitive promises for loan waivers for farmers are inseparable. Despite that the farmdistress does not end and they even if not …
Rajasthan elections 2018: Farmers hold key to CM Vasundhara Raje’s future

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Agrarian crisis at its peak

Farmer suicides, too, have not abated. According to the National Crime Reports Bureau, 296,438 farmers have committed suicide since 1995. Distress …
Rural journalism in a shambles

Farmer suicides have increased in Karnataka’s sugar belts. Farmers continue to burn stubble in Punjab and Haryana despite the promotion of farm …
Cong, TRS resorting to appeasement: Shah

He promised that the BJP will tend to Telangana’s development on all fronts and that stopping farmer suicides is on top of the list. He also said the …