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1. The first person to legally own a slave in Colonial America was black.
2. 20% of tuxedo rentals take place in May.
3. The great warrior Ghengis Khan died in bed while having sex.
4. A guy ate nothing but Chipotle for 30 days...and lost 10 lbs.

5. You cannot catch the flu from a flu shot.
6. In 1820, the average American drank half a pint of whisky every day.
7. The typical American child will be exposed to 12,000 violent acts on television a year.
8. In 18th-century America, Thanksgiving was celebrated with a day of fasting and prayer.
9. More than one-third of American babies are tapping on smartphones and tablets even before they learn to walk or talk, according to a study.
10. In 1830, the average American was consuming 1.7 bottles of hard liquor per week.
11. The average American will eat 35,000 cookies in their lifetime.
12. Money, work, economic outlook, family, and relationships are the most commonly cited sources of stress for Americans.
13. American cows produce four times as much milk as they did in 1942.
14. If you were drafted during the American Civil War, you could legally pay someone else $300 to go in your place.
15. According to one poll, 45% of Americans believe in ghosts or that the spirits of dead people can come back.
16. Native Americans lost their history, their land, their culture, and is one of the least discussed genocides in world history.
17. 51% of Americans surveyed say abortion should be legal in all or most cases.
18. One in three Americans believe in ESP, or a sixth sense that allows a person to pick up on unseen things with their mind.
19. White Americans are about 10% more optimistic about race relations than Black Americans are.
20. America has never lost a war when donkeys were used.
21. In colonial America, it was normal for people above the age of 15 to drink the equivalent of seven shots of alcohol per day.
22. 53% of Americans say they are satisfied with the acceptance of gays and lesbians in the U.S.
23. An American charity pays drug addicts roughly $300 to get sterilized.
24. 3 out of 4 Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.
25. Portland has a higher percentage of literate people than any other major city in America.
26. Each year approximately 250,000 American husbands are physically attacked and beaten by their wives
27. New York is currently the most unhappy city in America.
28. $43 is the average amount Americans spend on a first date.
29. 1 in 4 Americans think God helps decide the outcome of football games.
30. The average American sees 16,000 advertisements, logos, and labels per day.
31. The average American eats 25 pounds (11.3 KG) of candy each year.
32. About 600 American patients catch fire during surgery every year.
33. In 2007, an American man named Corey Taylor tried to fake his own death in order to get out of his cell phone contract without paying a fee.
34. For 62% of Americans, success is defined by making a positive impact on the lives of others.
35. An average of 11 Americans die at work every day.
36. American teachers are legally allowed to spank children in the classroom in 19 states.
37. 1 in 4 American dogs are overweight.
38. About 15 to 25 percent of all Americans are supertasters, people who have more taste buds than the rest of us.
39. Remember that people will always question the good things they hear about you, and believe the bad ones without a second thought.
40. A man once sued his doctor because he survived his cancer longer than the doctor predicted.

41. 50% of U.S. pizzas are sold with pepperoni on them.
42. Americans on average spend 18% of his or her income on transportation. Only 13% is spent on food
43. Dr. Seuss actually cheated on his wife while she was sick with cancer for 13 years - When she killed herself, he married the mistress.
44. Men laugh longer, louder, and more often than women.
45. Even with a higher income, education and other factors controlled, intelligent people tend to drink more alcohol.
46. More than seven people die from suicide every hour in the Americas.
47. Less than a quarter of Americans express confidence in the criminal justice system.
48. On average, Americans eat 3 hamburgers a week.
49. 46% of American adults can't read well enough to understand the label on their prescription medicine.
50. More than 80,000 bartenders in America have university degrees.
51. One in six American adults binge drink weekly.
52. Fortune cookies were actually invented in America, in 1918, by Charles Jung.
53. The average American 3-year-old can recognize about 100 brand logos.
54. Among young American adults aged 25-34, 17.7% of men and 11.7% of women live with their parents.
55. Americans spend more than $5.4 billion dollars on their pets each year.
56. Charlie Sheen pays over $100,000/month in child support.
57. More than half the foods advertised to kids on TV do not meet U.S. recommended government nutrition guidelines.
58. People who chew the ends of their pens are more creative and less prone to mental sickness.
59. 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.
60. We are subconsciously more attracted to people who have the same music taste as we do.
61. A new machine called "The Omniprocessor" can turn poop into clean drinking water and generate electricity.
62. Music is powerful enough to change a persons perception of the world.
63. Dogs with ADHD make the best sniffer dogs.
64. Sleep + Music = 2 ways to escape everything.
65. Radio code Wilco (as in Roger Wilco) is short for Will Comply.
66. People who sleep late have more mental stamina and can outperform early risers.
67. There are towns in five countries that have prohibited dying.
68. Boys who work out between 15-18 tend to be more intelligent later in life than those who do not.

69. There are 14 billion insects for every human on Earth.
70. First four countries to have television: England, the U.S., the U.S.S.R., and Brazil.
71. Sushi relieves stress.
72. Sometimes you got to shut up, swallow your pride and accept that you're wrong. It's not giving up. It's called growing up.

73. In Thailand, it is illegal to leave your house without underwear on.
74. Actor John Wayne made more than 200 movies.
75. Dont wish for it, work for it.
76. Researchers at the University of Rochester have built the first invisibility cloak.
77. In 2003, Morocco offered Iraq 2,000 monkeys to help them detonate mines.
78. People getting only 6 to 7 hours of sleep every night have a longer life expectancy than those who sleep 8 hours.
79. Lemon juice with a pinch of salt (warm) every morning lowers cholesterol levels and brings down your weigh
80. Try not to say anything negative about anyone for a week, month, or even a year, and watch what happens to your life

81. If guns kill people, then pencils misspell words, cars make people drive drunk, and spoons make people fat.
82. Listening to sad songs actually creates positive emotions.
83. The novelist Kurt Vonnegut ran America’s first Saab dealership.
84. Mel Blanc (the voice of Bugs Bunny) was allergic to carrots.
85. Wayne Rooney’s voicemail password was ‘Stella Artois’.
86. When the Pyramids were built woolly mammoths still roamed the Earth.
87. If you search for "Do the Harlem shake" on YouTube, the page itself will do the harlem shake for you.
88. Apple Inc.
89. Every year, 1,000 letters arrive in Jerusalem addressed to God.
90. Rats can't vomit, that's why rat poison works.
91. Check it out
92. The electric chair was invented by a dentist!

93. Dogs can see sadness in humans and often attempt to make their owners happy by initiating cuddling.
94. It takes 200 years for a human to count to 7 billion out loud.
95. There are 701 types of pure breed dogs.
96. Japanese researchers have successfully developed a device that will be able to literally playback your dreams in video sequence.

97. In Athens, Greece, a driver's license can be taken away by law if the driver is deemed either unbathed or poorly dressed.
98. President George W. Bush was once a cheerleader!
99. 90 percent of women who walk into a department store immediately turn to the right.
100. People who were born deaf still have some type of inner voice.

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