According to some Irish fables, if you followed a dragonfly, it would lead you to the fairies.
At low enough temperatures, oxygen can become a blue liquid.
A way to tell the difference between a cat considered "blue" and one called "lilac" (both coat colours are in the gray range): A blue cat has a dark nose, a lilac cat has a pink one.
You are more likely to die from being hit by a coconut than getting eaten by a shark. Watch the tree, not the sea.
A woman once sued McDonalds after she ordered a coffee and it spilled on her sweatpants, since she got some really bad burns and went to the hospital. She eventually got 80% of a sum she demanded (I think the amount changed a few times), since McDonalds was deem 80% responsible for serving hot coffee without a warning label (this wasn't the first lawsuit) and she was 20% responsible since she spilled the coffee. McDonalds lowered its coffee temperature but has since raised it back up.
According to a Greek myth, amethyst was created when the god of wine, Dionysus (Bacchus), got drunk (predictably) and set tigers on an innocent girl named Amethyst. She pleaded to the goddess of the Hunt, Artemis (Diana) for help, and was turned to white stone. Dionysus was sorry for what he'd done and poured his wine over her, turning the stone purple.
I said you were smart, Mud Boy. I was wrong; are exceptional.—Qwan
Which do you think seems more suspicious? An alien-looking craft hovering in the yard of a country home, or a floating doorway with a centaur standing in it?—Domovoi Butler
We can only change the future, not the past or present.—Artemis Fowl II
I'm trying to care, Artemis. But I thought it was all supposed to be over when the fat lady sings. Well, she's singing, but it doesn't appear to be over.—Holly Short