Awesome Spring Facts

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1. Current emotion: i need spring break
2. Stress during pregnancy has also been linked to offspring with autism.
3. More than 1.5 billion marshmallow Peeps are consumed each spring.
4. Bottled water and tap water typically come from the same sources — natural springs, lakes, and aquifers.
5. Children grow faster in the spring.
6. Matt Groening has revealed that "The Simpsons" takes place in Springfield, Oregon.
7. The springtail is an insect that has a pogo-stick tail.
8. Drinking large amounts of alcohol during the Spring Break is one of the possible causes of brain damage in adults.
9. The common cuckoo replaces eggs from other birds' nests with their own, tricking other birds into raising their offspring.
10. Perrier mineral water is naturally carbonated under the ground and wells up through a spring already fizzy.
11. The hair dryer was the offspring of two unrelated inventions, the vacuum cleaner and the blender.
12. If twin boys had children with twin girls, the offspring would all genetically be siblings.
13. Studies show that the one-hour shift every spring may increase the risk of heart attacks, suicides, injuries on the job, and cyberloafing.
14. Suicide attempts peak in the spring – This spring seasonality pattern dates back to the late 1800s.
15. Couples are most likely to breakup during Spring and right before holidays.
16. The offspring of two sets of identical twins are legally cousins but genetically siblings.
17. Jerry Springer was born in Highgate Tube station.
18. Jason Statham used to be a springboard diver.
19. Crows are monogamous and raise families together. Offspring from previous seasons even remain with the family to help rear new nestlings.
20. Children grow faster in the springtime.
21. Spring cleaning has been linked with improved mood, decreased stress, and heightened creativity.
22. The offspring of identical twins are legally cousins but genetically siblings.

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