Why do people say 'Cheers!' before drinking?
Why do people say 'Cheers ... When enjoying a drink or two one can see it, feel it, taste it and smell it but can't hear it. By clinking the glasses and saying cheers, we complete the experience. Or so the legend goes! — Rajen Gopi, Mumbai
Why Are We All Using This Word?
Some might say relatability is what entertainment is all about, but that is a new concept, and it might not be for the best. The New Yorker has traced the origin of the word, which has surged in popularity in the last five years. And, we do mean surged.
And let's jump right in to it, shall we? Why do we clink glasses together? Some say it's to scare the devil away ... So, to show that your guests drink wasn't poisoned, the host would offer up his empty mug and the guest would pour in some of the drink.
What do we know about the water crisis and when will we know more?
To say that most of us will go to bed Saturday ... have said everything was done by the book. Which was it? We need a trustworthy answer. 2) Since Oregon has the same water supply, why does it not have the same problem? I have heard two answers here ...
Why Do We Writhe All Night Long After a Bender?
That's why ... we aren't alcoholics because we have a bender every once in a while. "Let’s not use the word 'withdrawal.' That involves different physiological systems occurring as a result of chronic heavy drinking. (While some of my colleagues like to ...