100 Popular Facts
1. The first person to legally own a slave in Colonial America was black.
2. The air an average person inhales in a single day contain 1 liter of farts of people around him.
3. Not everything will go as you expect in your life. This is why you need to drop expectations, and go with the flow of life.
4. 20% of tuxedo rentals take place in May.
5. Dr. Seuss actually cheated on his wife while she was sick with cancer for 13 years - When she killed herself, he married the mistress.
6. Abraham Lincoln hated being called "Abe."
7. Remember that people will always question the good things they hear about you, and believe the bad ones without a second thought.
8. America has never lost a war when donkeys were used.
9. Baby puffins are called pufflings.
10. If your friend is too prideful to apologize for doing you wrong, that person is not your friend.
11. You cannot catch the flu from a flu shot.
12. Dogs suppress their innate intelligence for the sake of their human masters.
13. Rats can't vomit, that's why rat poison works.
14. The average cost of raising a medium-sized dog to the age of eleven is $16,400.
15. More men are physically threatened online than women.
16. Actor John Wayne made more than 200 movies.
17. One in three snake bite victims is drunk. One in five is tatooed.
18. There are towns in five countries that have prohibited dying.
19. Cockroaches have distinct personalities.
20. There are 14 billion insects for every human on Earth.
21. It took 11 hours for Seattle police to subdue a man who was standing in an open parking lot and armed with just a samurai sword.
22. Listening to sad songs actually creates positive emotions.
23. Spending money on experiences, as opposed to material possessions, leads to greater happiness.
24. AskHole: a person who constantly asks for your advice, then does the exact opposite.
25. Many teenagers who sleep less than 8-9 hours every night suffer from irritability, mood swings & even depression.
26. The purpose of life is to live a life of purpose.
27. Men laugh longer, louder, and more often than women.
28. Cats also have whiskers on the back of their front legs.
29. A guy ate nothing but Chipotle for 30 days...and lost 10 lbs.
30. Mozambique has an AK-47 assault rifle on its flag.
31. When humans first evolved on Earth, there was water on Mars.
32. Each nostril of a human being register smell in a different way. Smells that are made from the right nostril are more pleasant than the left.
33. Bon Jovi owns a restaurant in which menu items have no prices. You only pay whatever you like or volunteer in exchange for their meal.
34. Every 10 years, you literally become a new person. Our desires, wants and needs change every 10 years.
35. A psychic once sued Nintendo, claiming that the PokÃ©mon Kadabra was based on him.
36. There aren't any countries in the world that begin with the letter 'x'.
37. ZZ Top refused a $1,000,000 offer from Gilette to shave their beards for an ad.
38. Nero ate leeks to improve his singing voice.
39. Farting can help reduce high blood pressure.
40. The world collectively spent $1,735 billion on war in 2012 -- It would take about $195 billion to totally eradicate poverty.
41. There are more bacteria in your mouth than there are people in the world.
42. People who talk to themselves are more likely to have a high I.Q.
43. Lemon juice with a pinch of salt (warm) every morning lowers cholesterol levels and brings down your weigh
44. For oily skin, mash one banana with a teaspoon of honey and a couple of drops of lemon juice. Apply to face for 10 minutes, rinse.
45. Paris has more dogs than people.
46. There is an A.I. that makes telemarketers believe they are talking to a real person, wasting as much of their time and money as possible.
47. Spiders have transparent blood.
48. About 56% of men said they would introduce someone they're seeing to their friends after 1 to 5 dates, according to a survey.
49. Canola oil is actually rapeseed oil but the name was changed for marketing reasons!
50. The Queen’s staff get to choose their own Christmas presents, which must be worth between £20 and £25.
51. Relationship status: lol
52. A Baltimore TV producer once told Oprah that she was "unfit for television news."
53. Beavers can hold their breath for 45 minutes under water.
54. A study found that arguing about money is the top predictor of divorce.
55. The estimated number of M&M's sold each day in the United States is 200,000,000.
56. Abraham Lincoln failed to get elected five times to Congress and the Senate before being elected president.
57. In Kenya, there is a Camel Mobile Libraryâ€”camels transport books from the capital to surrounding villages that are up to 248 miles away.
58. "Dreamt" is the only English word that ends in the letters "mt".
60. A 12-year-old Norwegian boy once rescued his sister from a moose attack using skills he learned from World of Warcraft.
61. Teenagers who drink alone have a higher risk of becoming alcoholics.
62. In 1952, Mr. Potato Head became the first toy to be advertised on television in the U.S.
63. Psychology: when you truly care for someone, their mood can literally affect yours.
64. Dentists have recommended that a toothbrush be kept at least 6 feet away from a toilet to avoid airborne particles from the flush
65. A study found that the more agreeable a person is, the more likely that person will be tagged in Facebook photos posted by other people.
66. There is an officially recognized School of Wizardry in California.
67. We lose on average 2 pounds of weight during sleep by exhaling.
68. Even with a higher income, education and other factors controlled, intelligent people tend to drink more alcohol.
69. Iguanas have a third eye on top of their head that only detects light, dark, and movement.
70. Kissing is good for your heart. It helps stabilize cardiovascular activity, decreases blood pressure and decreases cholesterol.
71. The only rank allowed to grow a beard in the British army is the Pioneer Sergeant.
72. The most commonly asked question at Hanna-Barbera’s head office is: ‘What did Barney Rubble do for a living?’ The first-ever comic strip was published at the suggestion of Wolfgang von Goethe.
73. Most car accidents happen during early afternoon as there is a slump in the level of cortisol in the body.
74. Contrary to popular belief, Einstein never failed math. In fact, by fifteen he had already mastered differential and integral calculus.
75. Windmills always turn anti-clockwise. Except for the windmills in Ireland!
76. Henry Ford was Charles Lindbergh's first passenger in the Spirit of St. Louis.
77. Eskimos use refrigerators to stop their food from freezing.
78. Humans blink over 10,000,000 times a year.
79. Chris Traeger, the City Manager on "Parks and Recreation," says the word "literally" 39 times throughout the span of the show.
80. The only reason "indigo" was included on the rainbow was so there would be 7 colors to match the 7 notes on the Western musical scale.
81. Norwegian women enjoy the best standard of living in the world.
82. By the age of 3, a girl named Charlie was suffering from 300 seizures every week. Marijuana has gotten her down to 2 or 3 seizures a month.
83. Let your past make you better, never bitter.
84. Suicide bombings in Iraq killed 60 times as many civilians as it did soldiers.
85. "Bae" is the Danish word for "poop".
86. From groundbreaking to opening day, Disneyland was built in just 365 days.
87. A survey found that only 10% of single people want their wingman to be funny when approaching possible mates.
88. Queen Victoria had a novelty bustle with a music box that played ‘God Save the Queen’ when she sat down.
89. Twitter is basically just you having a conversation with yourself hoping that someone else will join in.
90. Shia LaBeouf found an agent through the phone book at the age of 11.
91. The universe is expanding at 230 miles a second.
92. Hospitals that resemble living rooms have been shown to improve health.
93. Pigs can become alcoholics.
94. The Chinese giant salamander (Andrias davidianus) is the largest salamander in the world, reaching a length of 180 cm (6 ft)
95. "Fruit Sister" is what people in China call Katy Perry.
96. Emailing large companies about your dissatisfaction with their products will get you free stuff.
97. Cuteness inspires aggression which is why we want to squeeze things we find cute.
98. Not being able to control your negative thoughts is a warning sign of depression.
99. "Spelt" is the correct alternative to "Spelled."
100. Honeybees can recognize and tell the difference between human faces.
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Left Handed Facts
Left-handed people are better at sports that require good spatial judgment and fast reaction, compared to right-handed individuals.
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The word "nice" originally meant "foolish and stupid."
Baby zebras can begin running just one hour after they are born.
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The banana tree cannot reproduce itself. It can be propagated only by the hand of man.
'face-off' in hockey was originally called a 'puck-off'.
New York Facts
If you ate in a different New York eatery every day for 12 years, you still wouldn’t have visited all of the city’s restaurants.
The world’s smallest advert was stencilled onto a bee’s knee.
The voice actor of SpongeBob is married to the voice actor of Plankton's computer wife (Karen) in real life.
34 Spider Facts
UK house spiders include the Pink Prowler, the Spitting Spider and the Missing Sector Orb Weaver.
Britons spend eight times as long watching television as they do cooking meals.
If you laid all the molecules in a teaspoon of water end to end, it would stretch 10 times the width of the solar system.
All geese eat a vegetarian diet, feeding on grasses, seeds and grains.
27 Usa Facts
Digestive biscuits have no particular digestive qualities. In the USA it is illegal to sell them under that name.
Ball lightning is a "ball of fire" that lasts for a few seconds in the sky and is very rare.
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Sarcasm has been proven to make you smarter and more creative.
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A crocodile always grows new teeth to replace the old teeth.
Las Vegas Facts
The city of Las Vegas has the most hotel rooms in the world.
Human beings have as many brain cells in their stomachs as cats have in their brains.
12% of a sloth’s energy is used to climb up and down trees to go to the lavatory.
51 Sun Facts
Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a Friday the 13th.
There are about 294,000,000,000,000 leaves in the world; for every leaf there are 340 ants.
One-third of toads crossing roads are fatally run over.
Milky Way Facts
All of the stars comprising the Milky Way galaxy revolve around the centre of the galaxy once every 200 million years or so.
A giraffe can clean its ears with its 21-inch tongue.
To sleep for one night in every bed in Las Vegas would take 288 years.
There are 2,500 species of moth in the UK but only 60 species of butterfly.
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