What do you know about psychology? Wrong! This week’s Disalmanac Podcast has all the fact-like facts about this science. For instance: Did you know the word ‘psychology’ somes from the ancient Greek word for ‘my uncle’s toaster-oven’? You probably didn’t even know the ancient Greeks had toaster-ovens, or even uncles. You poor thing.
And be sure to stay tuned for a Random Bonus Fact from Michelle Wolf, whose Twitter feed @michelleisawolf is one of the funniest on Twitter. Also: She is a wolf; she WILL kill you if you’re trapped in the Arctic wilderness and unable to start a fire.
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