In a school play, Walt Disney portrayed Peter Pan.
The tale Walt Disney undoubtedly had a special affection for Peter Pan because, in addition to being a box office success for him in 1953, it brought back memories of his youth. Young Walt was given the chance to perform as the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up in a school play after seeing Peter Pan on stage. Walt later recalled that Roy, one of his many creative partners, was in charge of the rope that was used to hoist him over the stage to simulate flying.
Mangoes in South India were referred to as aam-kaay in Tamil, which became maam-kaay as a result of the numerous regional dialects there.
Students who write longhand notes remember more and have a deeper understanding of the material than those who take notes from laptop.