Rainy day

16 05 2012

In German, a dandelion is called Löwenzahn – “Lion’s tooth”. In French, it’s a pissenlit – roughly translated, “wet the bed” — because of its apparent diuretic qualitites. And if you pronounce dandelion with a French accent, it sounds like “dent de lion” – lion’s tooth!

MIND. BLOWN.

 

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