658 Fascinating Fascinating Facts

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1. Beavers can hold their breath for 45 minutes under water.
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2. Iguanas have a third eye on top of their head that only detects light, dark, and movement.
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3. 86% of holy water contains fecal matter.
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4. Toothbrushes were made using neck hair of wild boars till 1930s.
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5. The only cells that survive from the time you are born until death are in your eye
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6. 1 in 5 kidneys donated in the US is thrown away because a suitable recipient can’t be found.
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7. Gavisti, the Sanskrit word for ‘war’, literally translates as ‘desire for more cows’.
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8. Your blood alcohol concentration typically peaks 30 to 60 minutes after your last drink.
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9. The phrase ‘pipe dream’ originates from the fantasies induced by smoking opium.
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10. Using iTunes to build nuclear weapons is against their terms of service.
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11. When Edwin Beard Budding invented the lawnmower, he tested it at night so no one would think he was mad.
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12. Rapper Busta Rhymes voiced Reptar from Rugrats
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13. A new machine called "The Omniprocessor" can turn poop into clean drinking water and generate electricity.
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14. Stan Laurel was originally called Stan Jefferson. He changed his name because it had 13 letters in it.
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15. Middlesboro, Kentucky is built entirely within a meteor crater.
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16. The idea that sitting too close to the TV is bad for your eyes was started by a lamp manufacturer.
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17. A study found that wearing clothing that's more formal than usual causes people to use abstract processing rather than concrete processing.
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18. Lewstery means ‘to bustle about like a lusty wench’.
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19. 95% of people don’t wash their hands properly before leaving a public toilet.
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20. Deja Vu occurs when your brain tries to apply a memory of a past situation to your current one, fails, and makes you feel like its happened.
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21. A grasshopper becomes more sociable if you stroke its hind legs.
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22. When choir members sing together, their heartbeats often synchronize.
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23. The odds of getting struck by lightning in the U.S. in any given year is 1 in 700,000, but over a lifetime, they are just 1 in 3,000.
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24. When you feel like you need something, but you can't figure out what it is, it's water. It's always water.
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25. 1 in 4 people have a hole in their heart.
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26. Joseph Goebbels was the same height as Lindsay Lohan.
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27. JFK was wearing a corset when he was shot.
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28. The penis of the Argonaut mollusc snaps off during sex: it can only mate once.
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29. The largest bra size is 48V.
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30. Go where your admired, not where your tolerated. If they dont appreciate you, its time to find people who do.
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31. The chairman of a company is four times more likely to be a psychopath than the doorman.
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32. The ashes of one in 50 people who are cremated are never collected by relatives.
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33. All glossy magazines are radioactive.
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34. The curly part of a corkscrew is called the ‘worm’.
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35. 33% of people believe they or someone else, looks better while smiling with their mouth closed.
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36. If proportional weight is taken into account, a horse is weaker than a man.
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37. The brain named itself.
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38. Couples who live together before engagement have higher divorce rates than those who wait.
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39. The United Nations has declared 2015 to be the International Year of Light and the International Year of Soils.
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40. Brass doorknobs disinfect themselves in a process known as the oligodynamic effect.
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41. People who cannot understand sarcasm are more likely to suffer from dementia and experience a decline in the brain's abilities.
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42. You can die from drinking too much water.
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43. Having a crush can alter your brain chemistry for up to two years.
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44. According to one study, homophobic people die 2 and a 1/2 years earlier than an equally healthy person of the same age.
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45. 66% of surveyed single men and women say the reason for them being single is they have yet to find their soul mate.
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46. Ladies, if you put your fingers in ice water immediately after painting your nails the paint will dry instantly.
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47. You are more likely to be killed by your sofa or a lightning bolt than by a terrorist attack.
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48. Satanists believe that the devil is a freethinking hero who rejected a capricious, domineering ruler in favor of free will.
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49. Everyone has at least 50,000 thoughts a day but 95% of them are the same as the day before.
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50. For every energy drink a child consumes, the odds increase by 14% that they will be hyperactive or have problems concentrating.
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51. If you see a statue of a man on a horse, look at the horse. If the horse has both of its front feet in the air, then the man died in battle.
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52. The most common bacteria found on banknotes are the ones that cause acne.
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53. Only 20% of employees feel strongly valued at work, while 80% feel poorly or moderately valued, a survey revealed.
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54. Living on a city block with 10 or more trees improves health perception in ways comparable to being 7 years younger, a study shows.
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55. Squirting cold water into your left ear will make you feel less optimistic.
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56. When you hear ringing inside your ears, It's your brain trying to repair itself... And failing.
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57. The average lifespan of an eyebrow hair is three to five months.
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58. "Bye Felicia" = The foolishness coming from your mouth has exceeded my tolerance level. Please excuse your from this conversation.
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59. Dimples may be cute, but they are an inherited genetic flaw.
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60. 80% of people who are struck by lightning survive.
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61. ‘Dr Seuss’ should be pronounced ‘Dr Zoice’.
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62. It is illegal to take mineral water into Nigeria.
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63. Peeing in the shower saves you about 4,400 liters of water annually.
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64. He died later that year.
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65. People who are exposed to bright light early in the morning tend to be more alert throughout the day.
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66. When ignored by that person whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in your brain is similar to physical pain.
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67. Castrated men have a longer lifespan, ranging between 14 to 19 years more than castrated men.
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68. The Inuit word iktsuarpok means ‘to keep going outside to see if anyone’s coming’.
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69. Head lice will die if they don’t eat six times a day.
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70. During his lifetime Lewis Carroll wrote 98,721 letters.
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71. Doctors who make a lot of eye contact are viewed as more likable and empathetic by patients.
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72. 'Defenestration' is the act of throwing someone out a window.
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73. Your eyeballs stay the same size from birth to death.
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74. If you feed silk worms mulberry leaves sprayed with pink fabric dye, they make pink silk.
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75. Eight of the 10 most commonly used drugs in the U.S. are for hypertension, heart failure, and diabetes, largely due to obesity.
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76. You can stop a toothache by rubbing ice on the back of your hand, on the webbed area between your thumb and index finger.
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77. Every time you open your eyes, your brain activity changes drastically.
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78. The founders of Hewlett-Packard flipped a coin to decide which of them would come first in the company name.
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79. Beauty is how you feel inside, and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.
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80. Regardless of household income, children of authoritarian parents are a third more likely to be obese.
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81. 30% of women in relationships believe that Valentine's Day is overrated.
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82. 13% of women believe hair that is "too perfect" is a turn-off, according to a study.
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83. When ignored by someone whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in the brain is similar to physical pain.
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84. ‘Bingo’ was first used as slang for ‘brandy’.
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85. To be appstracted is to be distracted by an app.
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86. Women have smaller brains than men, however, women also use their brains more efficiently than men.
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87. Each year, the average family uses about 18,000 gallons of water just to do its laundry.
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88. It is more likely to be killed by an asteroid than to be killed by lightening
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89. No one really knows for sure why we have armpit hair.
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90. ever be at the gym and in the middle of a push-up you stop to think "dam most of me is water"
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91. Physical touch makes you healthier. Studies show that massages, hugs, and hand holding reduce stress and boost the immune system.
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92. Every time you sneeze some of your brain cells die.
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93. Enough Polo mints are produced in one year to give everyone in the UK 114 each.
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94. An 80-year-old’s fingernails grow half as quickly as a 30-year-old’s.
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95. The highest rates of atheism occur in nations where citizens have high economic and political stability.
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96. Your heart is about the same size as your closed fist.
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97. It is predicted that you will be able to download your thoughts and memories from your brain onto a backup computer by 2050.
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98. Lightning is hot enough to turn sand into glass
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99. In 2013, Al-Qaeda apologised for accidentally beheading one of their own men.
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100. Frank Sinatra took a shower 12 times a day.
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101. Maintaining strong legs through daily life activities or weight training is linked to 18% better memory and cognitive brain skills.
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102. Pirates wore eye patches to have one eye adjusted for the top deck and the other already adjusted for the darkness when going below deck.
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103. 'Darkness is beauty, much like light.'
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104. 'All About That Bass' by Meghan Trainor took 45 minutes to write.
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105. Our brains have a negativity bias and will remember bad memories more than good ones.
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106. A hippo can open its mouth wide enough to fit a 4 foot tall child inside.
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107. Lack of water, the #1 trigger of daytime fatigue.
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108. 24% of Britons eat cereal for supper at least once a week.
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109. Lip biting triggers a rush of chemicals to the brain which reduce anxiety and stress.
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110. If all the time our eyes are shut when blinking is added together, we would spend 1.2 years of our walking lives in pitch darkness.
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111. Everyone on Palmerston Island, in the middle of the Pacific, speaks with a Gloucestershire accent.
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112. Being called " Baby " has a positive effect on the female brain, causing instant mental stimulation & stress relief.
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113. If you commit any crime at sea, you are considered a pirate.
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114. Early writers were thought to be possessed by the Devil if they were left-handed.
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115. In New York, it is against the law for a blind person to drive an automobile.
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116. Brunettes have fewer hairs on their head than their blonde and redheaded counterparts.
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117. Breathing the air in Beijing has the same health risks as smoking 21 cigarettes a day.
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118. Missing someone causes insomnia. The frustration of being without that person keeps you awake at night.
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119. Mozart kept a fart diary.
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120. The quality of workout, not the duration determines how much weight you lose/sustain.
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121. If you get gum on an item of clothing, put the item in the freezer for two to three hours and the gum will be easier to peel off.
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122. A 13 year old boy found a tooth growing out of his foot in 1977.
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123. It takes six minutes to get from one to the other.
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124. Two-thirds of all $100 bills are held outside the US.
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125. More women are born near the equator than men.
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126. Workers at various iPad factories operate in conditions so horrible, they are forced to sign anti-suicide pledges.
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127. A ten-gallon hat actually holds a little less than one gallon of water.
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128. Wilbur was thirty six years old and Orville was only thirty two years old they flew their first successful flight.
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129. Joseph Conrad died leaving an unfinished novel called Suspense.
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130. Heart disease kills more people in developed countries than HIV/AIDS does in undeveloped countries.
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131. Blow some air in when filling up water balloons. It will make it so it pops when hitting someone instead of just bouncing off.
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132. Phasmophobia is the fear of ghosts.
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133. Blue-eyed people tend to have a higher alcohol tolerance than those with darker eyes.
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134. When you are black-out drunk, your brain literally loses the ability to create new memories.
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135. An acersecomic is a person who has never had a haircut.
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136. The average person generates 5 tons of poop in a lifetime.
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137. A surgery checklist with questions like, "Do we have the right patient?" and 'What operation are we doing?' reduces deaths by more than 40%.
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138. A single bolt of lightning contains enough energy to cook 100,000 pieces of toast.
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139. The Pentagon has twice as many bathrooms as is necessary because when it was built laws required separate facilities for...
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140. In 1816, The Times warned its readers that the waltz was ‘a fatal contagion’.
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141. Liberals are less likely to die early than conservatives, but there is no difference in the risk of death between Democrats and Republicans.
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142. Shoes with five eyelets on each side can be laced up 51,840 different ways.
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143. Older people focus on the more positive aspects of experiences—and recall them in a more positive light—than younger people, studies show.
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144. Having trouble opening a lid? Pour hot water on it—the heat makes it expand so you can easily screw it off
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145. The lighter was invented before the match.
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146. When waking up, jump up quickly and the rapid movement will help rebalance any pooled blood and quicken blood flow to your brain and heart.
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147. Hugs that last over 20 seconds release a chemical in your brain called Oxytocin that makes you trust someone more
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148. Marijuana has a much greater effect on the brains of teenage females than teenage males.
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149. You are 2.5 times more likely to die of a heart attack or stroke if you're a regular complainer of being bored.
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150. Teens who are grateful experience an increase in mental health and a greater sense of meaning in life.
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151. If you have trouble remembering a word, clench your fist - it increases brain activity and improves memory.
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152. Ebola outbreaks have a case fatality rate of up to 90%.
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153. The House of Lords has a rifle range in the basement.
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154. Tip: If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavour when you the take the test it can help you remember.
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155. Adderall is effectively equivalent to slightly diluted Meth.
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156. Pirates spent their loot as soon as they got it, on account of their short lives—there are only a few documented cases of buried treasure.
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157. The cross-eyed silent-film comedian Ben Turpin had his eyes insured against uncrossing.
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158. Lenin owned nine Rolls-Royces.
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159. Tip: If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavor when you the take the test it can help you remember.
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160. A moderate jogging habit can add about three years to your life.
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161. Adult cave newts don't have eyes, but they live in the dark anyway
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162. Medieval peasants ate twice as many calories as we do today.
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163. A male's testicles hang at different lengths so they don't damage each other or collide when running/sitting.
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164. Mentally talking to yourself boosts your brain power.
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165. "When i was a kid i saw what looked to be a shadow of someones hand turn off the lightswitch. i was the only one upstairs" -NJ
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166. An awkward 4-second pause in conversation creates feelings of rejection and anxiety in the brain.
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167. Reflectors on pedestrians’ clothing are a legal requirement in Estonia.
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168. Men with shaved heads are perceived as an inch taller and 13% stronger than men with hair.
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169. Faking confidence can positively influence your brain chemistry and change your life.
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170. Calling obesity a disease causes obese people to be less motivated to lose weight and make healthy choices, according to a study.
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171. A ‘quarter pounder’ weighs less than a fifth of a pound when cooked.
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172. Brushing your hair with 100 strokes a day will not make it shiny and healthy — the built-up friction will actually damage it.
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173. Rats and mice are actually ticklish. And they laugh, meaning they make lots of squeaking sounds if tickled.
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174. In Ashgabat (capital of Turkmenistan), water, gas and electricity are free.
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175. In 2008, a married couple in the UK realized they were twins separated at birth.
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176. The lawnmower is the most dangerous item in the garden.
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177. Being cynical increases the risk of heart disease and dementia.
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178. Princess Diana spent almost $6,284.80 a year to have her hair bleached.
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179. An "aquabob" is an underwater blowjob.
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180. If you hold your breath and put your face in cold water, your heart will immediately slow down by 25%.
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181. Leint is an old northern word meaning ‘to add urine to ale to make it stronger’.
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182. Over thinking can cause hair loss.
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183. The US, Papua New Guinea, Swaziland, Liberia and Lesotho are the only countries without mandatory maternity leave.
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184. Your eyebrows renew themselves every 64 days.
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185. The soil in your back garden is two million years old.
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186. People who work in public transit are at the top of the list for rates of depression, according to a study.
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187. 84% of writers to the letters page of The Times are men.
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188. Shirley Temple always had exactly 56 curls in her hair.
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189. A 121⁄2-stone man contains 110,000 calories.
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190. A wheeple is an ineffectual attempt to whistle loudly.
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191. After trying cocaine once, it rewires your brain chemistry to want it again.
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192. The pupil of the eye expands as much as 45 percent when a person looks at something pleasing.
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193. Rapper Ice T’s real name is Tracy Lauren Marrow.
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194. You can kill the Ebola virus before it enters your system by simply washing your hands with soap and water.
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195. Teens who misperceive their weight as overweight are actually more likely to overeat compared to teens who accurately perceive their weight.
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196. Squinting helps you see because it focuses the light coming into your eyeball directly on the fovea, which is responsible for seeing detail.
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197. The word ‘weather’ originally just meant ‘wind’.
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198. Khaki is Urdu for ‘dust’.
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199. Women’s breast tissue ages faster than the rest of their bodies.
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200. Studies suggest chewing the same flavor of gum while studying and taking a test can help improve your score.
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201. An ‘eye-baby’ is the tiny reflection of yourself in someone else’s eye.
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202. The original KitKat was an 18th-century mutton pie.
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203. Goat's eyes have rectangular pupils, which allow them to watch over their broad, flat grazing area for predators
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204. The largest-ever leech was 18 inches long and went by the name of Grandma Moses.
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205. Dancing can help relieve pain, prevent disease and manage chronic health conditions.
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206. Toothpicks injure almost 9,000 people every year.
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207. A loving hug from a special someone can be beneficial for the health of the heart.
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208. Be a first rate version of yourself, not a second rate version of someone else.
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209. Cuddling before bed helps the brain to relax.
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210. if you play with my hair voluntarily you are very special to me
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211. People see men with shaved heads as more dominant than those with full heads of hair.
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212. Old Faithful geyser was once used for laundry - clothes were put on the crater, launched by the erupting water, and came back fully washed.
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213. The more water you drink, the more energetic you feel, the less likely you are to feel sadness & or depression.
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214. A nematode worm’s brain is shaped like a doughnut.
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215. Louis XIV’s favourite seasoning was soy sauce.
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216. The Hebrew for ‘usury’ is ribbit.
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217. In Hindi, a chummery is a house shared by two or more bachelors.
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218. NEPA, the Nigerian Electric Power Company, is popularly known as ‘Never Electric Power Anytime’.
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219. Drinking a glass of water before a meal helps you eat less.
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220. Believe with your eyes, not with your ears.
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221. Basically almost everything you learned in university can now be found on Wikipedia for free.
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222. There is a Phenomenon where people believe street lights react to their presence which is known as "Street light interference phenomenon"
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223. Most Britons say ‘sorry’ almost two million times in their lives.
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224. It is estimated that the entire power supply of Nigeria generates only enough electricity to power a single toaster for every 44 people.
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225. Swinging your arms when walking makes it 12% easier.
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226. Dying triggers chemical changes in the brain that actually make you feel depressed.
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227. It is believed that pirates wore eyepatches so that one eye would be adjusted to see in the dark below deck.
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228. People who work long hours tend to drink more than those who keep lighter hours.
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229. A man who could not see or hear was cured after being struck by lightning - It even caused his hair to grow back.
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230. A study from OkCupid reveals that women rate 80% of the men on the dating site to be unattractive.
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231. A peppier is a waiter whose sole job is to go round with a pepper grinder.
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232. When you are ignored by a person whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in your brain will be similar to physical pain.
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233. One reason men cry less than women is because they have larger tear ducts, prohibting their eyes from leaking easily.
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234. May is National Masturbation Month, and the 28th of May is celebrated as National Masturbation Day.
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235. Happier countries also tend to have higher suicide rates.
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236. Cops are specifically trained to handcuff dead people.
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237. It only takes 6 minutes for brain cells to react to alcohol.
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238. Study your notes within one day of taking them. Retention rates are 60% higher then!
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239. Schizotypy is a mild form of schizophrenia where a person may demonstrate odd beliefs and behavior, but is not delusional.
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240. When an egg floats in water, it has gone bad and should not be eaten.
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241. In the UK, one child goes missing every five minutes.
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242. In most countries, the most popular programme on TV is the weather forecast.
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243. Our brain has a Negativity bias causing you to continually look for bad news.
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244. Studies suggest chewing the same flavor of gum while studying and taking a test can help improve your score
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245. While women have smaller brains than men, women use their brains more efficiently than men.
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246. People who believe in luck are luckier than those who don’t.
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247. A pair of brown rats can produce as many as 2,000 descendants in a year.
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248. When ignored by someone whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in the brain is similar to physical pain
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249. Drinking water can improve your performance on tests.
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250. In 1910, the average Briton sent 116 items by post.
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251. For people over 60, light or moderate alcohol intake is associated with better recall of past events, according to a study.
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252. Laughing lowers stress hormones and strengthens the immune system by releasing health-enhancing hormones.
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253. People can recognise each other 90% of the time just from the way they walk.
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254. 4% of the sand on Normandy beaches is made up of tiny metal particles from the D-Day landings.
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255. One o’clock in the morning is the peak time for moth activity.
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256. The cigarette lighter was invented before the match was invented
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257. A bad marriage is much worse for your health than being single.
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258. Ever have that annoying itch in your throat that makes you want to gag and cough to get it out? Scratch your ear it will go away!
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259. You are more likely to die by falling in the bathtub, getting struck by lightning, or drowning in the bathtub, than from a terrorist attack.
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260. Rather than be captured, a defeated samurai would stab himself in the left belly, draw the blade to the right, then pull upwards.
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261. Instagram: Selfie of a girl who just dyed her hair with a caption that says "Change is good"
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262. Broomstacking is a traditional drink taken after a game of curling; the losing team foots the bill.
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263. Men are more likely to think their "self" resides in their brains, while women are more likely to think their "self" is in their hearts.
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264. Studies show that parents tend to exaggerate how much joy they get from their children to justify the huge investment that kids require.
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265. Dyschronometria is a disorder in which people cannot accurately estimate the amount of time that has passed.
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266. Picasso painted using ordinary house paint.
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267. Until the 19th century, champagne was pink and had no bubbles.
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268. Palm trees are a type of grass.
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269. On average, flight tickets are the absolute cheapest 54 days before the flight.
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270. Male woodlice can change sex but females can’t.
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271. The likelihood of having a mental health problem is three times higher among people who have debt.
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272. A leech can take up to 200 days to digest a meal.
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273. Casanova used half a lemon as an improvised contraceptive.
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274. A blind, bald, and near deaf man was struck by lightning and all three conditions were fixed.
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275. Studies show that cuddling before bed helps the brain to relax.
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276. There are two ways of being rich: One is to have all you want, the other is to be satisfied with what you have.
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277. Closing your eyes when thinking about something can make it easier to remember.
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278. Sunflowers can be used to clean up radioactive waste.
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279. Forty-five states have laws that allow under-aged drinking under certain circumstances.
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280. The average male brain is about 10% bigger than the average female's.
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281. If you crack an egg underwater, it will retain its original shape.
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282. Alternative names considered for Twitter were FriendStalker and Throbber.
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283. A horse hoof is 1 enlarged toe; deer walk on 2 toes (their other toes are smaller)
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284. Half of all tweets are pointless babble.
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285. Fighter pilots in stressful situations release such large amounts of hormones that they may ejaculate.
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286. Studies have shown that castrated men can live up to 20 years longer than their intact counterparts.
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287. Some old braids of Willie Nelson's hair fetched $37,000 at auction.
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288. Pure LSD (Acid) salts are triboluminesent, emitting small flashes of light when shaken in the dark.
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289. If you drink enough water in the morning, you will feel happier, sharper, and more energetic throughout the day.
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290. 88% of women routinely wear shoes that are too small for their feet.
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291. Our little toes were much stronger before shoes became widespread.
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292. Qatar is the only country that begins with a Q and Iraq is the only country that ends with one.
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293. The expiration date on water bottles is for the bottle, not the water.
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294. On the 90s show "Ghostwriter," the Ghostwriter was the soul of a slave who was killed because he was teaching other slaves how to read.
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295. Roger Williams, the father of Separation of Church and State, wanted to keep the two separate to protect the Church, not the State.
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296. Men with smaller testicles tend to be better fathers.
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297. If you ever get kidnapped and they tie your hands together & put tape over your mouth, lick the tape until it falls off.
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298. In Kentucky, it is against the law to remarry the same man four times.
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299. "Assault" is just the threat of attacking someone. Battery is the actual act of making unlawful contact with another.
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300. Clothes shrink too small? Soak clothes in a mixture of hot water and hair conditioner for 5 minutes, to unshrink them.
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301. Offa’s Dyke was built 200 years before King Offa was born.
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302. In the largest study of its kind, mixed-race faces were rated as more attractive than non-mixed-race faces.
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303. By the time they are eight children have forgotten 60% of what happened before they were three.
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304. A rat can survive being flushed down the toilet.
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305. 1 in 5 people in 2005 admitted to taking Derbisol – a drug that doesn’t exist.
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306. Your heart beats over 100,000 times a day.
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307. Lip biting triggers a rush of chemicals to the brain which reduce anxiety, stress and increases mood.
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308. Holy water is not allowed to be flushed down the toilet or disposed of in regular plumbing.
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309. A new study suggests that brown-eyed men are more trustworthy than blue-eyed dudes.
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310. A man was so enraged by spam, that he quit his job to study law and now makes a living filing lawsuits against spammers.
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311. In the UK in 2013, more than 4,000 people were buried in paupers’ graves.
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312. Before babies can even talk, they rehearse the sounds in their brain.
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313. 4-D printers create objects that have four-dimensional characteristics, relying on water, heat, or light to activate them.
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314. In 1999, Darlington FC acquired 50,000 worms to irrigate their waterlogged pitch. They all drowned.
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315. In 1910, a man called Morton Norbury was killed after an argument over who had the most handsome moustache.
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316. The structure of your brain changes every time you learn something new.
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317. Married people experience lower levels of cancer, heart disease, depression and stress than single people.
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318. The only lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart.
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319. In 2007 The Pirate Bay attempted to buy their own country, Sealand, to attempt to gain immunity from various copyright acts.
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320. People who tell white lies form stronger bonds with peers and become more integrated into social groups.
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321. Heartbreak is actually linked to the feeling of withdrawal from a drug addiction.
2
322. In 2012, 146 girls in the US were named Khaleesi.
2
323. People who increase their water intake by 1-3 cups daily can decrease their total daily calorie intake by up to 205 calories, a study shows.
2
324. People tend to become silent when angry in order to prevent an argument.
2
325. A single lightning bolt produces enough energy to power a family home for a month.
2
326. Being ignored by an individual whose attention means the most to you triggers a reaction in the brain similar to physical pain.
2
327. Solitary confinement can cause brain damage so profound that it is comparable to a traumatic head injury.
2
328. Right now there are microscopic bugs living on your eyelashes.
2
329. People will hate you, rate you, break you, and shake you. How strong you stand is what makes you.
2
330. Rats laugh when you tickle them.
2
331. The Boy Scouts’ motto ‘Be prepared’ was originally followed by ‘to die for your country’.
2
332. Ants don’t have ears.
2
333. The average haul per robber for a bank raid is £12,706.60.
2
334. Someone with low self-esteem would rather be accepted for who they are than hear positive encouragements.
2
335. Each episode of the Simpsons takes 6 months to make.
2
336. You are more likely to be injured by a folding lawn chair than while riding a roller coaster.
2
337. The first T-shirt was aimed at bachelors who couldn’t sew on buttons.
2
338. The Red Arrows were originally known as the Red Pelicans.
2
339. It is illegal to refuse someone a glass of water in Arizona.
2
340. The cast of Riverdance have worn out 14,000 pairs of shoes.
2
341. Einstein’s brain was smaller than average.
1
342. Whenever you move your eyes quickly from one point to another, your perception of time stretches slightly backwards.
1
343. At any one time there are 100,000 ships at sea.
1
344. 1 in 3 children can use a tablet before they can speak.
1
345. Pubic hair has a life expectancy of about three weeks.
1
346. Ants get drunk and act silly, causing their friend-ants to throw them in puddles of water.
1
347. If struck directly on sand, the heat of a lightning bolt can turn it into glass!
1
348. Déja Vu occurs when your brain tries to apply a memory of a past situation to your current one, fails, and makes you feel like its happened.
1
349. Dehydration causes people to over think more frequently, however, being dehydrated also makes it more difficult to think clearly & positive.
1
350. People tend to perform better on their own at coming up with new ideas than in a brainstorming group.
1
351. The mortality rate for colonoscopies is about 20 per 100,000 procedures.
1
352. How many times did your heart beat today? Over 100,000 times.
1
353. Rats can feel regret.
1
354. Horses always remember the people who have treated them well.
1
355. Logodiarrhoea means ‘talking too much’.
1
356. At horse race tracks, the favorite wins fewer than 30% of the time.
1
357. ‘Double cousins’ share all four grandparents. This happens when a pair of sisters marries a pair of brothers.
1
358. Nearly two-thirds of your weight comes from water.
1
359. In Beijing, two million people live underground.
1
360. You only use 35% of your brain when you are thinking hard.
1
361. The average Briton passes 32 takeaways between home and work.
1
362. When the first McDonald’s drive-through in Kuwait opened, the queue was seven miles long.
1
363. The number of active sweat glands you have is directly related to the temperature you experienced as a baby.
1
364. Sitting straight upright in your chair is bad for your back. You should instead slouch at an angle of 135 degrees.
1
365. Rats like to engage in tickle fights with each other.
1
366. Déja Vu occurs when your brain applies a memory of a similar situation to your current situation, making you think it has happened already.
1
367. In 2014, 700 were found in a single day.
1
368. Men are 6 times more likely to be struck by lightning than women.
1
369. Charlotte Brontë was the first person to use the terms ‘cottage-garden’, ‘raised eyebrow’, ‘Now, now!’, ‘kitchen chair’ and ‘Wild West’.
1
370. The teenage brain is wired to become addicted and depressed.
1
371. The real name of the rapper Aloe Blacc is Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III.
1
372. The terms ‘Tory’, ‘Labour’ and ‘Prime Minister’ all began as insults.
1
373. Wrap rage is an actual condition when you feel extreme levels of anger and frustration because you are unable to open product packaging.
1
374. A female can produce up to twelve litters of twenty rats a year.
1
375. Your brain works twice as fast when you meet someone new.
1
376. Your brain creates enough electricity to power a lightbulb.
1
377. Whenever a pirate stopped a merchant ship, it was not uncommon for a handful of merchant crewmen to join the pirates.
1
378. There are virtually no differences in brain anatomy between people with autism and those without.
1
379. People are more likely to co-operate with you if you give them something warm to hold.
1
380. When you die your hair still grows for a couple of months.
1
381. 9 out of 10 lightning strike victims survive.
1
382. In the early 1970s, the code used by the U.S. Air Force to launch nuclear missiles was 00000000.
1
383. Lava lamps were invented by an accountant whose hobby was making underwater nudist films.
1
384. Those who watch cooking shows, follow the recipes, and cook often are more unhealthy than those who simply watch cooking shows.
1
385. A child only displaying redeye in one eye in a photograph, should be immediately checked for retinoblastoma, a cancer of the retina
1
386. In 1987, 25% of all mattress sales were waterbeds.
1
387. In 1916, New Jersey banned the Charleston because it was thought to cause broken shins.
1
388. Every year, around 3,000 people get bubonic plague.
1
389. Our brains have a negativity bias and will remember negative memories more than good ones. This helps us to better protect ourselves.
1
390. There are 177,147 ways to tie a tie.
1
391. Angry? Take a deep breath before you speak, because your mouth acts quicker than your brain.
1
392. Drinking too much water can kill you.
1
393. Daydreaming is good for your brain.
1
394. The thorny devil collects water that gets trapped between its horns on its back to drink.
1
395. In the average lifetime, a person will walk the equivalent of 5 times around the equator.
1
396. 252 people are born every minute.
0
397. People who are married may be more likely to survive heart surgery than people who are divorced, separated or widowed, a study reveals.
0
398. Drink a glass of ice cold water as soon as you wake up. It will boost your metabolism by up to 25%.
0
399. A grizzly can outrun a horse.
0
400. If you put your fingers in ice water immediately after painting your nails the paint will dry instantly.
0
401. Men whose initials have positive connotations, like LOV or WIN, live 41⁄2 years longer than those with negative ones, like BAD or PIG.
0
402. In the US, the rich live 5 years longer than the poor.
0
403. A few weeks later, he bought it back for $15,000.
0
404. Lifetime use of LSD is not associated with a higher rate of mental health problems or receiving mental health treatment, a study found.
0
405. Liverpudlians buy three times as many false eyelashes as the national average.
0
406. Take a picture of yourself when your hair looks good. Show it to the barber next time you get a haircut. Perfect hair every time
0
407. Wikipedia went online 14 years ago.
0
408. Party Hack: Put glow sticks in a cooler for easy drink grabbing without needing a flashlight.
0
409. The tobacco hornworm uses its terrible breath to fend off predators.
0
410. The average person can accurately track 3-4 moving objects at a time, while an avid action gamer can track 6-7.
0
411. Studies show that the diversity that immigration provides in the U.S. leads to wage growth and higher productivity in STEM fields.
0
412. Jim Fixx, the man who popularized jogging, died from a heart attack while running.
0
413. FOX owns the rights to the Simpsons until 2082
0
414. Only 1% of a tree is actually alive.
0
415. One in nine Honduran men will be murdered.
0
416. The average person can have 150 people in his or her social group; anything more is too much for an adult brain to process.
0
417. People with a rare genetic disorder known as ‘immigration delay disease’ have no fingerprints.
0
418. Farting can help reduce high blood pressure & is good for your health.
0
419. While women have smaller brains than men, women use their brains more efficiently.
0
420. When we scratch an itch, we inflict low-level pain on ourselves, which temporarily makes the itch go away.
0
421. Having at least one lazy day per week can help reduce stress, high blood pressure, stroke & heart disease.
0
422. Chemicals found in tap-water, can cause you to have learning defects. Stick to drinking bottled water unless you have filtered water.
0
423. The Pirate Bay tried buying their own island in hopes of making their own country with no copyright laws.
0
424. The hole in a guillotine through which you stick your neck is called a lunette.
0
425. The technical name for an ice-cream headache is sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia.
0
426. If a person is looking into your eyes for more than six seconds without blinking he/she either wants to kill you or get laid with you!
0
427. Orchids can get jet lag.
0
428. You can train yourself to forget memories that cause bad habits '“ It's called 'directed forgetting.'
0
429. All tardigrades live in water but none of them can swim.
0
430. 40% of bottled water is ordinary tap water, often with no additional treatment.
0
431. People suffering from borderline or moderate depression tend to have a more accurate interpretation of reality.
0
432. Taking cocaine increases the chance of having a heart attack within the hour by 2,400%.
0
433. Barry Manilow’s No. 1 hit ‘I Write the Songs’ wasn’t written by Barry Manilow.
0
434. ‘Empty’ was originally spelled emty.
0
435. The phrase 'rule of thumb' is derived from an old Eng­lish law that said you couldn't beat your wife with any­thing wider than your thumb.
0
436. Fat Man was the name of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
0
437. Taking the stairs one step at a time burns more calories than taking them two at a time.
0
438. Having sex uses the same number of calories as there are in one small meringue.
0
439. "This my last piece of gum" = I have a few more pieces left, but I do not wish to share them with you.
0
440. Goats can’t cry.
0
441. One pair of rats has the potential for 15,000 descendants in a year.
0
442. 4 out of the 5 richest counties in the US are in the DC Metropolitan area.
0
443. Being lonely is as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
0
444. The age boys reach puberty has dropped by 21⁄2 months every decade since the mid-1700s.
0
445. Physical touch makes you healthier. Studies show that massages, hugs, and hand-holding reduces stress and boosts the immune system.
0
446. An adult eel can produce up to 600 volts, enough to stun a grown horse
0
447. A bite from a Russell’s pit viper can send the victim back through puberty.
0
448. Diet A four-letter word that often leads to deprivation, frustration and, ultimately, failure
0
449. Slowly blowing air over the pad of your thumb can slow down your heartbeat in times of stress or anxiety.
0
450. It’s impossible to get lost in a labyrinth: unlike mazes, labyrinths have only one possible route.
0
451. Salty and spicy snacks can be used as antidepressants. The pleasure centers in your brain make you crave them more.
0
452. A study found that employees in colder office temperatures made 44% more typing errors than those working in a 'comfortable' temperature.
0
453. A lully-prigger was an 18th-century thief who caught children and stole their clothing.
0
454. Elvis was naturally blond.
0
455. Watermelon can help relieve stress and anxiety, as well as keep you energized and boost your metabolism!
0
456. Whiskey" is a Gaelic word that means "water of life". Oh how true this is
0
457. Drinking cold water will help you lose weight naturally and speeds up your metabolism.
0
458. Being ignored causes the same chemical reaction in the brain as experiencing a physical injury.
0
459. ‘Viagra’ is a combination of ‘virility’ and ‘Niagara’.
0
460. WAL-MART generates $3,000,000.00 in revenues every 7 minutes.
0
461. A black, Nigerian couple living in the U.K. gave birth to a white, blonde, blue-eyed baby that they call the "miracle baby."
0
462. When you pee, a small amount of urine enters your mouth through the saliva glands.
0
463. Cuddling for 10-15 minutes each night can add 2-5 days to your life, strengthening the immune system and heart.
0
464. *rick ross grunt* - me when im about to do a perfect chemical titration
0
465. The crew of the Marie Celeste left 1,700 barrels of alcohol behind them.
0
466. Polo mints release light when you snap them.
0
467. A month after the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, a typhoon hit the city killing another 2,000 people.
0
468. A rat can fall from a 5 story building without injuries.
0
469. Mice can’t see red light.
0
470. It only takes six minutes for the brain to react to alcohol.
0
471. People who hang out in the same group become more similar in their expressions of anger and gratitude over time.
0
472. By the time a glass of champagne goes flat, two million bubbles will have popped.
0
473. Until the 1970s, there were "ugly laws" that banned ugly people from being seen in public.
0
474. In 1990, there were no roundabouts in the US; today there are more than 3,000.
0
475. One-third of takeaway lamb curries contain meat other than lamb.
0
476. Walking for just one hour twice a week increases the size of the hippocampus, the brain area in charge of verbal memory and learning.
0
477. In some instances, darkness moves faster than light.
0
478. When the actress who played Samara, Daveigh Chase, saw "The Ring" in theaters, she had to cover her eyes out of fear—of herself.
0
479. Studies suggest that unmade beds are healthier for us than neat and made beds - Bed bugs have a harder time surviving in messy beds.
0
480. If a person is looking into your eyes for more than 6 seconds without blinking he/she either wants to kill you or get laid with you!
0
481. The Radio Times is 12 days older than Nicholas Parsons.
0
482. You can ripen a sour mango by soaking it in warm water for 10 minutes.
0
483. Nicknames for stinging nettles include ‘the devil’s leaf ’ and ‘naughty man’s plaything’.
0
484. "Defenestration" is the act of throwing someone out a window.
0
485. When you're ignored by someone whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in the brain is similar to physical pain.
0
486. Studies have proven that praise rather than criticism is the best way to help employees improve.
0
487. Covering your mouth to yawn has several backgrounds, one being that many thought the soul was escaping and evil spirits were entering.
0
488. People with blue eyes have a higher alcohol tolerance.
0
489. Cannibalism in the UK is legal.
0
490. People eat less in subdued lighting.
0
491. The Persians invented horse-riding and trousers.
0
492. Tortoises can feel it if you touch their shells.
0
493. Iguanas fart underwater.
0
494. Heartbreak is actually linked to the feeling of withdrawal from an addiction.
0
495. Wamblecropt is a 17th-century word for ‘indigestion’.
0
496. In 1860, girls in the West reached puberty at 161⁄2. Now they get there before they’re 10.
0
497. The harder your brain works, the more your pupils dilate.
0
498. The Pirate Bay tried buying their own island.
0
499. Sometimes the eyes can say more than the mouth.
0
500. Finnair operates a daily flight 666 to HEL.
0
501. Attention whore Definitions include: a person who behaves in an exaggerated way simply to attract attention.
0
502. Three-quarters of Britons have a drawer at home full of miscellaneous junk.
0
503. Ladybirds can fly as fast as racehorses can run.
0
504. The naked mole rat is not a mole or a rat.
0
505. By practicing a lot, you can train your brain to read and write at the same time.
0
506. Your heart pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood each day.
0
507. A survey found that 23% of married or cohabitating couples slept separately on a regular basis, mostly due to snoring.
0
508. Real guns are allowed at both the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, but water guns are banned.
0
509. Missing someone often causes insomnia. The frustration of being without that person keeps you awake at night.
0
510. Time moves a bit faster 12 inches above the ground as opposed to at ground level - This means your feet are slightly younger than your head.
0
511. Shout out to everyone acting extra irrational at 9.26 and 53 seconds today!
0
512. ‘Bitch the pot’ was 19th-century slang for ‘pour the tea’.
0
513. Sitting in chairs can arouse women.
0
514. 85% people at some point in their life have tried to close the fridge slowly to see when the light goes out!
0
515. Weight gain causes a person's brain to lose control of behavioral inhibition, which causes them to eat more.
0
516. Nipple stimulation activates the same part of the brain as clitoral stimulation does.
0
517. Tipping the hat comes from the military salute, which in turn comes from men in armour lifting the visor to show their faces.
0
518. Most people walk 12 steps carrying a piece of litter before they drop it.
0
519. A horse named Tulsy Tsan was banned from entering a race because its name, when spelled backwards, is "Nasty slut".
0
520. Real guns are allowed at the Democratic and Republican national conventions, but water guns are banned.
0
521. The palms of your hands and the soles of your feet cannot tan or grow hair.
0
522. ‘Cheesy’ originally meant ‘excellent’.
0
523. The more wives a man has, the greater his risk of heart disease, according to a new study.
0
524. If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavor when you the take the test it can actually help you remember.
0
525. The Empire State building gets hit by lightning about 25 times per year.
0
526. William Shatner sold his kidney stone to a website for $25,000.
0
527. ‘Sexpert’, ‘cushty’, ‘freebie’ ‘makeover’, ‘comfort zone’ and ‘dream team’ all date from the 1920s.
0
528. The first product to have a bar code was Wrigleys gum.
0
529. Pokémon will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2016.
0
530. Although Einstein was married twice, he had 10 mistresses and famously told his first wife to "expect neither intimacy nor fidelity."
0
531. You are more likely to believe a statement that is printed in bold.
0
532. Exposing areas of the brain with magnetic pulses can alter peoples morals.
0
533. Johnny Cash’s estate once refused permission for his hit ‘Ring of Fire’ to be used in a commercial for haemorrhoid cream.
0
534. The last film rented out by Blockbuster was the 2013 comedy This Is the End.
0
535. Taking a photo of something reduces your ability to remember it.
0
536. Using iTunes to build nuclear weapons is against the terms of service.
0
537. The original advertisement to recruit band members for the Village People read: ‘Macho types wanted: must have moustache’.
0
538. Mothers of twins have longer, healthier lives, according to a study.
0
539. Rather than flicking off a rude driver, give them a thumbs down'”it'll do a better job of making them feel ashamed.
0
540. More people use blue toothbrushes, than red ones.
0
541. The 10-spot ladybird has between 0 and 15 spots.
0
542. Drinking water improves your performance on tests.
0
543. It is illegal to race horses on the highway in Rhode Island.
0
544. A 2011 opinion poll found that 51% of Britons want the reinstatement of the death penalty.
0
545. Hookah is no healthier than cigarettes, and it includes more nicotine and tar.
0
546. Swear words are processed in a separate part of the brain from regular speech and they actually reduce pain.
0
547. Alcohol does NOT kill brain cells.
0
548. By peeing in the shower, you save about 1,157 gallons of water a year.
0
549. Duct tape was invented in 1942 for use by the U.S. Army as a waterproof sealing tape for ammunition boxes.
0
550. There are 450 hairs in an eyebrow
0
551. The annual awards ceremony of the UK porn industry is called the SHAFTAs.
0
552. Blondes have a higher level of estrogen than brunette women or red-haired women.
0
553. 99% of people in the country of Estonia have blue eyes.
0
554. There are 700 species of microbes living in your mouth.
0
555. Takng 30 minutes to shower, because you like to stand there, under the hot water, just thinking about life.
0
556. When it gets too hot, some cacti move underground to cool down.
0
557. To burn off 200 calories, you could chew gum for 18 hours, apply lip balm 1500 times, or sing a song 23 times.
0
558. Devil May Cry was originally intended to be a new chapter in the Resident Evil series.
0
559. The surname Cameron means ‘crooked mouth’.
0
560. An online dating survey revealed that those who use 'LMFAO' have a 193 percent increase in reply rate.
0
561. A 2012 study revealed that, across time, societies that permit polygamy have higher rates of violence, poverty and gender inequality.
0
562. John Constable was 39 when he sold his first landscape painting.
0
563. Missing someone causes insomnia like symptoms. The frustration of being without that person keeps you awake at night.
0
564. People aged 18-22 experience brain farts once or twice a week, while adults aged 65-75 experience twice as many.
0
565. Sir Ian McKellen claims that he would rather fight 100 Hobbit-sized Balrogs than 1 Balrog-sized Hobbit.
0
566. Your kitchen sink harbours 100,000 times more germs than your toilet bowl.
0
567. Our brains constantly predict what other people are about to say before they say it.
0
568. By peeing in the shower, you can save 1,157 gallons of water a year.
0
569. Whenever the king of Swaziland rises from his seat, he must be greeted with cheers and gasps of astonished admiration.
0
570. Pentheraphobia is a fear of a mother-in-law.
0
571. Being racist can be detrimental to your health.
0
572. DNA from identical twins will consistently melt at two different temperatures.
0
573. Having a high sense of purpose in life is linked to a lower risk of stroke and heart disease.
0
574. If you have a song stuck in your head, one of the best ways to get it out of your head is to chew gum, according to a study.
0
575. In life-threatening situations, about 75% of people are so rattled that they are unable to plot their escape or think clearly.
0
576. 2 F16 pilots went on a suicide mission to stop Flight 93 on 9/11.
0
577. 68% of professional hockey players have lost at least one tooth in a game.
0
578. In 2015, Coachella generated about 250 tons of trash.
0
579. ‘Chopsticks’ was written by a 16-year-old girl.
0
580. Chris Pratt was once homeless living in a tent.
0
581. When we make decisions, our brains create dopamine to make us feel good about them.
0
582. The daddy-long-legs flosses after meals by pulling each of its eight legs through its jaws.
0
583. Brown eyed people are judged to be more trustworthy than those with blue eyes.
0
584. When ur hair won't listen to you and its a mess and ur just like ???? I grew you myself??? I gave you life and this is how you repay me??
0
585. An actual horse has a peak power output of 14.9 horsepower.
0
586. Bryan Cranston was actually taught how to make meth by the DEA in preparation for his role in Breaking Bad.
0
587. Every leech has 18 testicles and two ovaries.
0
588. A "flibbertigibbet" is a frivolous and flighty person who is particularly talkative.
0
589. Gum stuck to clothes. Boil vinegar, and pour on gum. Use a brush to wipe off. Gum will come off instantly.
0
590. Your brain uses one fifth of a calorie per minute.
0
591. Blue eyes are the result of an ancient genetic mutation.
0
592. People who laugh a lot are healthier than those who don't.
0
593. Try this! Put a finger in your ear and scratch, the sound produced is exactly the same as you are playing Pacman.
0
594. A 15 to 20-minute daytime nap improves memory, increases alertness and reduces the risk of heart disease.
0
595. Over thinking things only slows down your brain and leads to depression.
0
596. A one-year-old baby is 30% fat.
0
597. A newborn baby sucks in air with 50 times the power of an adult.
0
598. One-third of first heart attacks are fatal, and another third result in permanent damage to the heart.
0
599. The brain treats rejection like physical pain.
0
600. The people who come running to hug you after you haven't seen them in awhile are my favorite type of people.
0
601. Dormice are not mice.
0
602. No matter how good or bad you have it, wake up each day thankful for your life. Someone somewhere else is desperately fighting for theirs.
0
603. Penis worms do not have heads (or penises).
0
604. Orthodox Jews can buy kosher sexual lubricants.
0
605. Conversesjukan is Swedish for foot problems caused by wearing trendy trainers.
0
606. Chewing the same flavor of gum that you chewed while studying is an effective memory aid.
0
607. You can get herpes in your eye.
0
608. White holes are the opposite of black holes — matter and light can escape from it, but nothing can enter it from the outside.
0
609. The longest bout of hiccups lasted 67 years.
0
610. The original BBC licence fee cost the equivalent of 50p.
0
611. If you get gum on your shoe, you should spray it with WD-40 and it should come right off.
0
612. Black holes are not black.
0
613. "Whiskey" is a Gaelic word and means "water of life."
0
614. Guinness isn’t black; it’s very dark red.
0
615. Our fingers get wrinkly in water because wrinkled fingers can give us stronger grip on slippery objects underwater
0
616. The expiration date on bottled water is for the bottle, not the water.
0
617. Houseflies younger than four days old don't react to light and therefore won't be attracted to your bug zapper
0
618. 59 of the 60 oldest living people are women.
0
619. The oldest you can be to go on a Club 18–30 holiday is 35.
0
620. A female rat can mate as many as 500 times with various males during a six-hour period.
0
621. Species of bat include the wrinkle-faced bat, the thumbless bat, the Antillean ghost-faced bat, the flower-faced bat and the big-eared woolly bat.
0
622. 7UP originally contained lithium citrate, a mood-stabilizing drug. It was in the product until 1950.
0
623. Pubic hair serves as an alert for potential mates that you are biologically prepared to procreate.
0
624. Recent studies have failed to find any link between lifetime use of psychedelic drugs and poor mental health.
0
625. Einstein was stopped so much in public, he would reply, "Pardon me, sorry! Always I am mistaken for Professor Einstein."
0
626. In 1981, there were 2,420 Britons over the age of 100. By 2012, there were 12,320.
0
627. Boiling water freezes faster than cold water.
0
628. By 2050, 70% of people will live in cities.
0
629. Forcing yourself to forget something only causes the brain to think about it even more.
0
630. Being physically fit improves overall concentration, memory and creativity.
0
631. Horses are known to masturbate by rubbing their genitals on posts and other objects.
0
632. 94% of terrorist campaigns fail to achieve a single one of their strategic goals.
0
633. People who remain calm in stressful situations tend to have higher rates of depression and obesity.
0
634. Breast fed babies score slightly higher on mental development tests than ones on formula
0
635. If everyone washed their hands properly with soap, it would save 600,000 lives a year.
0
636. When you sweat, your brain shrinks. When you drink your brain grows.
0
637. The least common PIN number is 8068.
0
638. It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
0
639. Recent studies have shown a 4-second awkward silence pause in conversation creates feelings of rejection in the brain.
0
640. The Red Baron’s final word was ‘kaput’.
0
641. 85% of Twitter’s content comes from 15% of users.
0
642. You can tell if someone is yawning from their eyes alone.
0
643. In 1999, two women were burnt down by a lightning strike when the underwire in their bras worked as an electrical conductors.
0
644. No one knows why we yawn.
0
645. Bacteria remain eternally young.
0
646. A report found that insults and slights are more offensive in settings where people are relatively equal and diverse to begin with.
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647. Loneliness increases a person's risk of mortality by 26 percent, an effect comparable to the health risks posed by obesity.
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648. If someone flashes their brights, it means there is a cop ahead. If they flick their lights on and off, it means your lights are off.
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649. Women are up to 40% more likely than men to develop mental health problems.
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650. God sometimes takes us into troubled waters not to drown us, but to cleanse us.
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651. Childish Gambino was given his name using a Wu-Tang name generator.
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652. A violin contains about 70 separate pieces of wood.
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653. The letters used in "desperation" can be rearranged to spell "a rope ends it."
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654. Studies have shown that the average person believes he or she will live a longer and healthier life than the average person.
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655. Anorexia has the highest mortality rate of any psychological disorder — between 5% and 20% eventually die from it.
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656. Hurricanes with female names are deadlier than ones named after men.
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657. 2/3 of all illiterate adults are female.
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658. Do you ever get like this random pain in your boob and it feels like heart attack or something.

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