Back to the cards.

3 02 2011

this is the daily fix

We talked about how kings were historic but what about the ace.

When kings and queens originally played it aces  were the lowest card in the deck. During the french revolution that changed. games started to be invented like aces high. The Ace was symbolic of  the lower class rising above the royals.

 

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fishy kisses.

3 02 2011

This the daily fix

i think its time for a little bit of randomness.


fact #1 did you know that most lipsticks contain fish scales.

if your a girl it makes you think twice before reapplying your lipstick. if your a boy you might want to rethink that kiss.

My thought is who’s bright idea was it to put fish scales in lipstick in the first place.

The term French kiss came into  being in London England in  1923 as a slur on the French culture. Which was thought to heavily into sex. In France, however it is called a tongue kiss or soul kiss. The reason being if done right, it feels as if two souls are merging. In fact, several ancient cultures thought that mouth-to-mouth kissing mingled two lovers’ souls.

 

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Playing cards never looked so historical.

30 01 2011

well the fix is back from my hiatus,

Playing cards and there historical beginings.

Did you know that the kings, queens, and jacks all originally stood for someone in particular. Everything about a ordinary deck of playing cards has meaning way to much meaning for just one fix. So i am going to focus on one thing. Today’s fix is about the kings.

the king of spades is  king David

king of hearts is Charles the VII

King of diamonds is Julius Caesar

king of clubs is alexander the great.

So now you know what the king represent.

this as been the daily fix.