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  • The next step is almost identical to the first and it’s definitely just as easy. Grasp the corn in the palm of your hand and use your thumb to push the next adjacent row of kernels into the empty row you created in the first step. If you do it right, the kernels should pop out with ease!

    The next step is almost identical to the first and it’s definitely just as easy. Grasp the corn in the palm of your hand and use your thumb to push the next adjacent row of kernels into the empty row you created in the first step. If you do it right, the kernels should pop out with ease!

    Apparently We’ve Been Eating Corn On The Cob Wrong This Whole Time And People Are Freaking Out

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  • While most tombs would have been reused in the same way that Montsuef and his family took over the one belonging to Medjay and his wife, it’s incredible that it still remained untouched for two millennia. And if it wasn’t for Dr. Maitland’s curiosity, the parcel could’ve gone unexplored in the museum for who knows how much longer!

    While most tombs would have been reused in the same way that Montsuef and his family took over the one belonging to Medjay and his wife, it’s incredible that it still remained untouched for two millennia. And if it wasn’t for Dr. Maitland’s curiosity, the parcel could’ve gone unexplored in the museum for who knows how much longer!

    Museum Staff Unwraps An Old Crumpled Parcel To Discover A 2,000-Year-Old Secret

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  • Somewhat surprisingly, before the tomb belonged to Montsuef, it was the crypt of the chief of police, Medjay, and his wife. When the archaeologists originally dug the tomb, they discovered this beautiful statue of the couple.

    Somewhat surprisingly, before the tomb belonged to Montsuef, it was the crypt of the chief of police, Medjay, and his wife. When the archaeologists originally dug the tomb, they discovered this beautiful statue of the couple.

    Museum Staff Unwraps An Old Crumpled Parcel To Discover A 2,000-Year-Old Secret

    Posted by Geeky Duck · 0 Points