I read a debate online about Ouija boards. I didn't realize so many took a Parker Brothers game so seriously but I guess they do. I also found out the vintage Ouija boards are wooden, which I bet looks pretty nice.
Have you ever played a Ouija board? Do you think they are dangerous?
I was reading online the other day, and people were claiming that the bindi on a Hindu woman's forehead indicates marital status. I don't know why they think that; I've always read that the bindi represents the inner eye, focused on God.
For those of you who celebrate Christmas, how long are you keeping the tree up? Is it gone already? I'm not religious, but I usually keep mine up until after January 6 (Epiphany), mostly because it seems like a good day to end Christmas festivities.
Do you like any of the animals or monsters you've read about in Greek mythology? Why did you like them?
I really like griffins, but more for aesthetic reasons than anything. I just think they look cool.
Mortals never learn to not boast about being better than the gods. It's rather petty of the gods to punish them for saying so, but you would think eventually mortals would understand the lesson of the various punishments.
Have you heard how to detect 2-way mirrors? Touch it with the tip of your finger. If there is a gap between your finger and its reflection, it's a regular mirror, but if not, it's a 2-way mirror.
Does this method actually work?
The myth usually states that Persephone was abducted by Hades and is unhappy during the six months she must spend with him. I also read somewhere that actually she's not unhappy during that time; only her mother is. What do you think?