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Have you ever felt the tip of the tongue phenomenon? Is the failure to retrieve a word from memory, combined with partial recall and the feeling that retrieval is imminent. To avoid “Tip of the tongue” state, don’t be panic, be patient and wait your brain gets the target word.

 

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When our students are concentrated, sticking their tongue out helps them to improve their activities because it decreases the number of stimulus that reach their brain. And as a result, they have more neurons to focus all their attention in a specific activity. So, you know, stick out the tongue to achieve better results!

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This is the expression which began to make the Licker movement popular in 2013. Certain events, such as the leakage of the Lickers symbol to the general public in the 1970s, made it clear the trend might become known to the masses sooner or later.

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Lickanthropes is the name we give to a Lickers' sector that converted the cult of the tongue into their religion. Their origins as a collective date back to the late 19th century and their popularization is attributed to the circles of the French cursed poets.

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This specific organ of the feline has always been paid special attention by old Lickers owing to its striking properties which seem to come from another planet. Back in ancient Egypt they were a source of fascination to the pharaohs and priests. Initially they focused their attention on the lion but it bit a lot so they moved on to the cat.

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The tongue is one of the most complicated engineering pieces in the human body. It is formed by a mechanism that has 17 muscles allowing it make impossible movements so you can whistle or shell seeds. What's more, it has its own irrigation system and is the most flexible organ.

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On March 14th 1951 Einstein was leaving a ceremony for his 72nd birthday when a large group of journalists and onlookers besieged en masse the car which was going to take him home. The crowd blocked his way to sing happy birthday to him but Albert was tired. Of course he was, he was already old by then.

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