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Cockle bread

{ Article added: 04/17/2012 }
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Categories : Sex, Society & Culture
Cockle bread was prepared by English women in the 17th century to be given to a loved one. The dough was kneaded with the woman's buttocks and 'sculpted' to form an impression of her vulva. The baked bread ...Read More »

Potemkin village

{ Article added: 04/17/2012 }
Potemkin villages are disguised, misleading, or outright fake locations that are generally used for propaganda purposes. The villages have roots in Russian historical legend, purportedly built by Grigory Potemkin to fool Empress Catherine II in 1787. Potemkin villages ...Read More »

Bermuda Triangle

{ Article added: 04/17/2012 }
Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Bermuda Triangle (also known as the Devil's Triangle), is the site of numerous legends of paranormal activity. Famous disappearances in the area include the Cyclops, with a crew of 309 men, which ...Read More »

SkiFree

{ Article added: 01/16/2011 }
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SkiFree is a computer game created by Chris Pirih, a Microsoft programmer, that was released in the Microsoft Entertainment Pack software bundle. A relatively simple skiing game, it is best remembered for the "Abominable Snowman" that appears after the ...Read More »

Medieval cuisine

{ Article added: 01/16/2011 }
The foods, eating habits, and cooking methods during the Middle Ages (5th century to 16th century) varied by region and by class. The most common element is the reliance on cereal, particularly wheat consumed in the form of breads, ...Read More »

Eddie Waitkus

{ Article added: 01/16/2011 }
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Eddie Waitkus was a professional baseball player in the 1940s and 1950s who partially inspired the character of Roy Hobbs in the 1952 book and 1984 film The Natural. Waitkus was a World War II veteran who became a ...Read More »

Kippumjo

{ Article added: 01/16/2011 }
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Categories : Government, Sex
Kippumjo refers to a group of women, mostly between the ages of 18 and 25, who are used as entertainment by the government of North Korea. The group is known by various translations, such as "Joy Division", "Joy Brigade", ...Read More »