Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for April 13, 2024

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    jasonsnakelover  2 months ago

    We get a trio of flower facts. One time there were seven incidents.

    May the Lord be with you as He is with me.

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    sergioandrade Premium Member 2 months ago

    As for magnolias, aren’t most flowers pollinated by bees? I know there are plants that prefer other kinds of pollinators by why would it be unusual for a plant to be pollinated by bees?

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    Pickled Pete  2 months ago

    Get a picture of this naked lady

    A naked woman jumps into a taxi. The taxi driver stares at her, looking her over from top to bottom. The woman is offended and asks the taxi driver “What’s the matter? Haven’t you ever seen a naked woman before?”

    The taxi driver responds: “Oh, it’s not the fact that you’re naked that bothers me.”

    “Then why are you looking at me that way?”

    “Well, ma’am, I’m looking at you and thinking, ‘where the hell is this lady keeping the money to pay for this ride?’”

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    therese_callahan2002  2 months ago

    Heck, I read about hummingbird moths in a book about insects when I was just a kindergartner.

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    zerotvus  2 months ago

    I saw one of those moths last year in my rose garden. The first one I ever saw in 65 years…A thing on beauty.

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    Guy from southern Indiana  2 months ago

    I saw a hummingbird moth many years ago in my backyard. They not only resemble hummingbirds in size and appearance, but they also act like hummingbirds, hovering by flowers.

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    ChessPirate  2 months ago

    I’ve never seen a Hummingbird Moth, but just last year, I saw my first Hummingbird, and it was hovering just a few feet away from me. A very memorable experience!

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    ladykat  2 months ago

    I’ve never seen a hummingbird moth.

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    poppacapsmokeblower  2 months ago

    Maybe Stoke Farm could schedule them and charge location fees for nude photo shoots. I’m certain they could find cheap labour to guard the privacy of the shoot.

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    moondog42 Premium Member 2 months ago

    Everyone is crying at the dread hypnotic flying of the bee of the bird of the moth

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    oish  2 months ago

    I want a Rosy Maple Moth plushie but I’m resisting the urge to buy one.

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    oish  2 months ago

    Also – sunflowers and Sunday suits just naturally go together!

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    jasonsnakelover  2 months ago

    If that fruit farm that has sunflower fields had nudists decades ago, no wonder someone sang I Love the Flower Girl.

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    mindjob  2 months ago

    They may sound interesting, but I’m sure they’re annoying around the lantern when you’re camping

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    mindjob  2 months ago

    Since those signs went up, farm revenue is way, way down

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