I am even spacing out to this group's logo! Damn that's pretty! Gimme gimme! :-D

I don't know why, but sparkly things I tend to be highly attracted to. And not just the expensive stuff like diamonds and other gems, though they are nice too, but just simple glitter is enough to make me drool! For example, my friend Sharon sent me a pink scarf... well, normally, I would just say thank you and figure out a way to not wear the evil item of pink! BUT... this scarf has glitter on it... it's sparkly! And so pink or no pink, I wear it, and I love it! And Sharon also sent me a greeting card and it's of cute bunnies... but has glitter on it! I stared at that card for hours!

No, Philip... it will not work to send me a skirt with glitter on it! So, don't even waste time and money on that! ROTFL! I'll forever be anti-skirt! =p

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5 Responses Mar 15, 2009

Thanks Shadow, I'm feeling more sparkly already.

I ended up at some site that said anyone who would want to know who invented glitter is a loser and needs to get a life. <br />
I don't think that is a very nice thing to say, do you?

Glitter was invented by Henry Ruschmanon on his hereford cattle farm in Bernardsville, NJ, shorty after WWII<br><br><br />
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He then founded Meadowbrook Inventions, the world's leading supplier of glitter for over 50 years.<br><br><br />
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Their motto is "Our Glitter Covers the World."

Now I know for sure I'm in Wackytown.<br />
Who thinks about Rip Taylor?????

Don't think I'm too weird, Shadow....<br />
As I was reading this, I was thinking<br />
"I wonder who invented glitter?"<br />
You know they had to be a fun sparkly person.<br />
When was glitter invented?<br />
Do you think it was a purposeful invention or a discovery?<br />
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I going to do a little research and drop by later with some glitter history for us.