Dragon Ball Super loves to mix in strange western influenced references. From using werewolf references or a Winnie The Pooh like character, there is many Easter eggs for western culture. One of the most known facts of this is the vegetable related names of primary characters, the Saiyans.
It is well known that many of the character names are silly in Dragon Ball Z. But one of the funniest play on names starts in Dragon Ball Z. This is when Goku discovers members of his home planet, Planet Vegeta, and his birth name. Vegeta, a twist on the word vegetable, is a hint at all the names. Most true Saiyans are named after some type of vegetable, or edible greens. Here is a few examples.
In the South of the U.S.A, around the Tennessee and Georgia state line, a baby Sasquatch (or Bigfoot) has been spotted wondering in the woods.
The YouTuber, was investigating site claims that a baby bigfoot was in the area. Although it is commonly called Bigfoot in the south, here he refers to him as a Sasquatch. It is uncertain if the names are only different from north to south, or if it is a different species entirely. Personally, I think there are related animals of the same species, much like different dog breeds. Whichever, it is clear there was some kind of creature in the woods this day.
New for our ongoing collection of some of the best, coolest optical illusions, here is one that looks like the colors change as you look in the center. This is a light effect, adding a bit of eye trickery, creating movement and change of color.
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“There’s no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are.” – Mister Rogers
Fred Rogers, the creator and star of the positive and warm feeling children’s show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood is known to be one of the best people to ever exist. He inspired adults and children alike with his kind words and thoughts. To celebrate his life’s work this page has added some fun facts about the man and the show.