You may know the phrase "the bull call" as a reference to a popular radio program where a caller asks a question and a listener responds with a funny story about a particular incident or situation.It's one of the more popular radio programs around.But "the spread" is another word that's been used to describe the act of sharing intimate photos or videos.The phrase originated in the early 1990s when...
Buzzfeed’s “Breathe,” a new show that debuted in August, asks viewers to rank the spreadiness of a spread based on a number of criteria.
The show is a collaboration between Buzzfeed and American Public Media, the nonprofit that owns BuzzFeed and is responsible for the show’s theme music.
The site says that its goal with the show is to show how spreading your feet affects your health and that it has no ties to any political affiliation.
The idea is to expose the idea that spready feet are bad for your health.
There’s no specific reason for spreading your legs apart.
Rather, the site suggests that you should spread your limbs apart when you exercise, eat out, or go out.
Some people prefer a spread of limbs and then legs.
In general, a spread is when one part of your body spreads, making the whole area more spreadable.
If you are going to exercise or go for a run, spread legs apart so that your calves and hips are touching.
A person who is active and who is covered in sweat and body oils might be more likely to spread feet apart.
If there is a hot weather event, spread your arms out apart and spread your toes together.
A hot and humid day might spread the feet apart, but a day when temperatures are cooler might not.
The spreadiness criteria, which are determined by a panel of experts, include whether your feet are more spread, more spready, more stretchy, and less spready.
To be considered a true spread, the show must include footage of a person who has had a serious foot injury.
The criteria are also broken down by temperature and humidity.
For example, if a person with a heat-related injury is in a hospital bed, the person might not have a true heat-spread injury, because there’s no heat on the surface of the person’s foot.
The guidelines are designed to show people that there are some things that we don’t know about the effects of temperature, but they are not meant to be the basis for public health recommendations.