Fun Fact

Carter enjoys reading about history, especially the shady or darker parts of history such as wars, treason, and diseases. One of his favorite book series is Nathan Hale’s Hazardous Tales.

Carter also likes sharing what he learns, random tidbits at random times.

What Carter does not understand is the concept of a fun fact. For example this is a fun fact: (number 17 of 101 fun facts you can find here.)

Wombats are the only animal whose poop is cube-shaped. This is due to how its intestines form the feces. The animals then stack the cubes to mark their territory. (bbc.com)ย 

A fun fact is lighthearted, entertaining, and, well, a fact. A fun fact is something you could bring up at a social gathering, (remember those?), to impress your friends.

I bring up chickens to impress my friends, what about you? Growing up on a mini farm, I have lots of fun facts related to chickens, such as you can tell the color egg a hen will lay based upon the color of their earlobe (unless, of course it is an Araucana). Red earlobe = brown shelled egg and white earlobe = white shelled egg.

Carter will come up to Husband or myself and ask if we want to hear a fun fact. Then usually without waiting for our reply, he will spit out a fact relating to trench warfare or the Donner Party.

A fact, yes, but aย fun fact? I think not.

 

About Shoes

I am an elementary school teacher, a former microbiologist, a mom to a herd of two boys, and a grilled cheese sandwich and beer connoisseur.
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14 Responses to Fun Fact

  1. Hahaha! Love it. But would you really bring up wombat feces at a social gathering? I mean, I would, but you might be more sane than I am.

  2. Thank you for making me laugh. I think I am like Carter, I am afraid.

  3. Rivergirl says:

    Yet another reason I need a wombat pet. Cubed poop? Whatโ€™s not to love..

  4. James says:

    The wombat fact is indeed a fun fact

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