Lewis Carroll brought us the phrase “down the rabbit hole,” introducing the term in 1865 in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. In the story, the phrase was literal – she actually, physically fell down a rabbit hole, landing in Wonderland. In this context, falling down the rabbit hole was about stumbling upon a surreal, strange and absurd place. Many believe that this was meant to be … Continue reading Down, Down, Down The Rabbit Hole
True fact: I love random facts/trivia. I live for them. I feel like the internet age was made for me, because when I wonder about something, I search for answers. One of the best things, when my kids were small, was that whenever they asked something that stumped me, I’d say “I don’t know, let’s find out.” We got a good laugh when our oldest … Continue reading Clickbait. Number 9 Will Shock You.