Tomorrow is the 100th anniversary of the crossword puzzle!
The very first crossword puzzle was created on Dec. 21, 1913 by newspaper editor Arthur Wynn for the New York World.
For you crossword puzzle fans, there is an awesome Google doodle on the Google home page today.
I wanted to get in on the crossword fun, so I created a Blog By Bake themed crossword puzzle.
Can you get all the answers?
Following this morning’s post, I decided to do a quick Google search to see what the internet says it takes to become a writer. A funny thing happened as I wrote “what does it take to be a wr.” Before I could type the last four letters, Google assumed that I was looking for “what does it take to be a wrestler.”
Always one to get sidetracked, I decided to see what the World Wide Web thinks it takes to be a wrestler. You know, in case this whole writing thing doesn’t work out.
After looking at a few different sites about how to become the next Hulk Hogan, I decided to perform the same voices of fear exercise from earlier. Let’s take a look.
Voices of fear for why I could never be a wrestler:
- Lack of size and overall strength
- I don’t like tight fitting spandex
- No catchy or imposing nickname
- Too much body hair
This time, the voices of fear seemed a little more daunting. But after another quick Google search I found my answer to each one of those voices of fear: