The Origin of “That’s What She Said”, From Soccer Hopeful to World’s Angriest Chef, Has Anyone Ever Actually Been Poisoned by Halloween Candy and More

In this week’s “best of” our YouTube channel, we look at the origin of “That’s what she said”, the rise of the world’s angriest chef, and the time the BBC deleted almost every episode of Doctor Who. We then get into the Halloween spirit by looking at Dan Aykroyd’s fascination with the paranormal, why witches are often depicted flying on broomsticks and if anyone has ever been poisoned by Halloween candy. Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for many more videos like this.

The Origin of “That’s What She Said” and the Much Older British Equivalent of the Phrase

From Soccer Hopeful to Worlds Angriest Chef

That Time the BBC Deleted Almost Every Episode of Doctor Who

Dan Aykroyd’s Fascination with the Paranormal and How It Inspired Ghostbusters

The Fascinating Reason Witches are Commonly Depicted Flying on Broomsticks

Has Anyone Ever Actually Poisoned or Put Razors in Halloween Candy?

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