Sunday, January 31, 2010

Science On Sunday!

Today we have a bit of a science lesson on magnets! The first thing we will start with is the simple definition of a magnet. Please see the information below from We are going to concern ourselves with the 3rd meaning of the word. PEER is going to let you tell the word that you are magnetic and that you attract the kind of people you like. We have 2 new pair of jeans that show what you attract! We have ones for those who like boys and those who like girls. Sure they are a bit racy, but that's the fun of it. Come on out to our main store and get them while they are hot!


1.a body, as a piece of iron or steel, that possesses the property of attracting certain substances, as iron.
2.a lodestone.
3.a thing or person that attracts: The park was a magnet for pickpockets and muggers.
Origin: 1400–50; late ME magnete <>magnēta <>mágnēta, acc. ofmágnēs, short for () Mágnēs (líthos) (the stone) of Magnesia