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May totoo na Bermuda Triangle, pero hindi sya kinikilala, parang hindi official na place. Para syang myth na napasalin salin, normal lang daw yung mga accidents na nandun, tapos napa lawak na lang yung influence. naging over na lang yung pag define sa place. haha.
Many think of the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, as an “imaginary” area. The U. S. Board of Geographic Names does not recognize the Bermuda Triangle and does not maintain an official file on it.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean, the said Bermuda Triangle falls between Bermuda, Puerto Rico and Florida.
The Bermuda Triangle has long been believed to be the site where a number of mysterious plane and boat incidents have occurred.
Research has suggested that many original reports of strange incidents in the Bermuda Triangle were exaggerated and that the actual number of incidents in the area is similar to that of other parts of the ocean.
Read this very interesting article dear, you may ask me privately. :)
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1. Petrichor: That clean, greenish smell of rain. (Actually, it’s the smell of rain on dry earth produced by the chemical compound geosmin.)
2. Zarf: A metal chalice used to keep the heat from your coffee from burning your fingers, which has morphed into the modern-day cardboard sleeve that comes wrapped around your hot coffee.
3. Chanking: Chewed-up food that’s been spit out.
4. Scroop: The rustling, swooshy sound ballgowns make. More specifically, it’s the sound produced by the movement of silk.
5. Armsayes: Armholes of a T-shirt.
6. Glabella: The space between the eyebrows.
7. Nef: An extravagant table-ornament in the shape of a ship.
8. Feat: Aside from being an act requiring great strength, it describes a dangling curl of hair.
9. Badinage: Playful, joking banter.
10. Roorback: A damaging lie made publicly known for political effect.
Bonus: Grawlix: Typographical symbols standing for profanities, which appear in dialogue balloons in the place of actual dialogue. (What the f@$&!) ;)
Oh thank you Anon. You make me smile too. :3