- Well, I never knew that.
Haggis’ legs are shorter on one side so they can only run one way round the hills they live on.
Further to that, the males have the short legs on the opposite side to the females which means they typically have to travel in opposite directions around the hill. This means that breeding only occurs as a chance encounter which explains why so very few people have ever seen one in the wild.Posted 2 months agowillardMember
Some of you may or may not have heard of the drum and bass and hip hop producer Adam F. He is the son of Alvin Stardust.
No way! Seriously? (checks Wikipaedia) Wow. That’s amazing and, as far as musical styles go, quite a departure.
One from me though…
In ZZ Top, all the members have beards, apart from the drummer, who is called Frank BeardPosted 2 months agospekkieMember
I wanted this to be true but . . . .
Holness was the subject of an urban myth, claimed to have been initiated in the 1980s by broadcaster Stuart Maconie who, writing for the New Musical Express in a section called ‘Believe It Or Not’, said that Holness had played the saxophone riff on Gerry Rafferty’s 1978 song, “Baker Street”. (The actual performer was Raphael Ravenscroft.) Tommy Boyd, among others, has disputed Maconie’s claim to authorship of the rumour. ”Posted 2 months agoHarry_the_SpiderSubscriber
Once a year, on his Birthday, the RAF take up Donald Campbell’s false teeth and go super sonic with them. Also, Andy Green had them in his pocket when he broke the sound barrier in Thrust SCC.
Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant is a qualified Rugby League referee.
Jane from Rod, Jane and Freddy has been married to both Rod and Freddy, but not at the same time.Posted 2 months ago
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