Fact: Months that begin on a Sunday always have a Friday the 13th in them. And fact: this blog is going to blow your mind. My creatively-named colleagues (Fozzybear, PB & Jelly, Splinter, and Streamy) and I will indulge in some rather insightful conversations about weird things that don’t ordinarily cross your mind. For example, did you know that a pig (named the Sow of Falaise) in France was executed on January 9, 1386 for the murder of a child? Silly French, pigs don’t kill people. People kill pigs!

And, just in case you didn’t believe me, this is a church fresco named L’Homme et la Bete depicting the hanging of the pig. The incident was so infamous that it was painted (the original was whitewashed, but Arthur Mangin recreated the scene in 1872).

“Sow of Falaise” link

Anyways, follow this fantastical blog for even more ridiculous, unbelievable, stunning, awe-inspiring, and just plain incredible posts!

Peace, says the Bunny! Bye bye! (GD)


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