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Well uhhh I dunno what to say so here's a a recipe for Butter Tart Banana Monkey Bread
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup corn syrup
¼ cup unsalted butter, melted, plus more for pan
2 large eggs
2 tsp distilled white vinegar
2 tsp vanilla extract
½ tsp salt
2 (17.5 oz) pkgs refrigerated canned cinnamon bun dough
2 ripe bananas, peeled and cut into 1/2"-thick rounds
1. Preheat oven to 375ºF. Grease a Bundt pan with a bit of butter.
2. In a large bowl, mix brown sugar, corn syrup, butter, eggs, vinegar, vanilla and salt. Pour 1/3 of brown sugar mixture into prepared pan. Reserve remaining 2/3 of mixture.
3. Cut the cinnamon bun dough into 2-inch pieces and roll each piece into loose ball.
4. To bowl of reserved brown sugar mixture, add dough balls and bananas and stir to evenly coat. Transfer dough and banana mixture to pan.
5. Bake until golden brown on top and baked through, about 40 minutes.
6. Cool for 10 minutes in pan, then invert pan to release monkey bread. Serve.
Well, don't have much to talk about so I'm gonna say something you guys may not know about, but see everyday.
When you close your eyes, you see 'lights', you may even see them when you press/rub your eyes. These are called 'phosphenes', which are basically produced due to direct stimulation of your retina rather than by light. As a dumbass kid, I used to think I possessed thermal vision or something and could see lights clearly when I pressed my eyes with me fingers and I saw reddish lights . You can even induce a specific phosphene, a ring like structure, by touching the 'edge' of your sclera (white portion), and you'll see the ring on the opposite side, eyes must be close though, of course
Also, the blackish things you see when you look at a bright, uniform surface like a wall, are called 'floaters', residue/waste (not sure about whether it's waste) in your vitreous humour (liquid between your retina and the lens). You often don't notice them, but you can if you're looking at a wall, quite irritating
Didn't Google them, I wanted to tell you guys something I knew by myself, anyone can Google 'kool fax pls' and preach
Mother: "Son, it is past 1 in the afternoon, why are you home from school so early?"
Son: "I was the first and only one who answered the teachers question."
insert *proud mother* pun
Mother: Oh, really? What was the question?"
Son: "Who dare threw the eraser on me? Huh?!