BECKETT & CASTLE DAY: JAN 27
Have three today and one you will think I made up! But I swear on PBJ membership as a CASKETT shipper that I did not! So let’s have some fun on this a Sunday!
NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CAKE DAY
You would think chocolate cake would be more prominent in Castle folklore. But how about these to tide us over.
Good use of chocolate cake… wonder what ever happened to the bracelet
And, of course, Martha’s effort for MEET THE PARENT dinner…
NATIONAL THOMAS CRAPPER DAY
Yes this is true! How about a little background. Where’s the crapper?” you’ve likely said or heard someone say. But did you know that you weren’t just using a slang word for excrement, but were actually mentioning someone’s name? Although Thomas Crapper did not invent the toilet—that is usually credited to John Harrington in 1596—he did help perfect and popularize it. We celebrate him today, on the anniversary of his death, which happened in 1910. So how did the word “crapper” become a common slang term for the toilet? American soldiers in Europe during World War I saw the word “Crapper” emblazoned on toilets, and thought it was pretty funny that crap was going in them, so they started calling them that.
Only scene inside a restroom, so it’ll have to do 😝😝😝 but here are a couple others….
Library Shelfie Day
Let’s start out at Rick’s home Library
And Kate had one too, just ask Ryan….
They found one at the FairCroft Prep….
Where else but the New York Public Library….
It’s enough to make you dance…..
Or have yourself become a bumbling fool….