What Came Up?

With life, there are always Questions , it’s natural to ponder the big things, however Sometimes you find or meet people who wonder about the things that are less likely to be perplexing, but to them it consumes their thoughts. Hi my name is DeeJ I love pop culture, and I also love holidays, but most of all I love thinking about obscure things, like why we don’t combine words that are alliterative or how the whole specifies of that spider is called “Daddy Long Legs” even if it’s female or a baby. Or how sharks don’t know that camels exist! That’s bothersome and nobody is talking about it. So here I am. Join me on this journey as we wander through my wonders of the days, weeks, months and find out What Came Up during those times.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 11m. Bisher sind 37 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

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The Tie


Whether you love them or hate them, it’s hard to deny the enduring impact that neckties and bowties have had


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 January 5, 2023  5m
 
 

The Yule Log


Today, “Yule” and “Yuletide” are largely synonymous with “Christmas” and “Christmastide,” but the meaning behind Yule is quite different from that of the Christian holiday.


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 December 13, 2022  6m
 
 

What Makes Christmas Music Sound Christmassy?


The most obvious aspect of what makes a Christmas song is, of course, its lyrics — and the words used in these


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 December 7, 2022  9m
 
 

The Belsnickel


Belsnickel (also known as Belschnickel, Belznickle, Belznickel, Pelznikel, Pelznickel, Bell Sniggle is a crotchety, fur-clad Christmas gift-bringer figure in the folklore of the Palatinate region of


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 December 6, 2022  8m
 
 

What The Bells Going On Here?


Bells, especially Church Bells, have traditionally been associated with Christmas for a long time. In the Anglican and Catholic churches,


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 December 5, 2022  5m
 
 

Xmas, Not EX-MAS


Christmas is also sometimes known as Xmas. Some people don’t think it’s correct to call Christmas ‘Xmas’ as that takes


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 November 28, 2022  4m
 
 

Why Is Christmas on Dec. 25th?


Many people think Christmas is on December the 25th and that’s all there is to Christmas. However, for many people around the


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 November 25, 2022  7m
 
 

The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade


As the United States prospered during the Roaring Twenties, so did New York City’s iconic department store—Macy’s. After going public in


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 November 23, 2022  7m
 
 

Thanksgiving


Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday in the United States, and Thanksgiving 2022 occurs on Thursday, November 24. In 1621,


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 November 2, 2022  15m
 
 

The Divine Mysteries: The History of Ghosts!


Ghosts what are they?, where they come from and why some people see them? Did you know that from the


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 October 19, 2022  27m