1. 88%
    of Facebook users 'creep' ex-partners following a breakup, a study found.
  2. The average British worker spends 36 days a year answering work emails.
  3. There are virtually no differences in brain anatomy between people with autism and those without.
  4. In Bhutan, there were no public hospitals or schools until the 1950s, and no paper currency, no roads or electricity until several years after that.
  5. Pretty Boy Floyd, a bank robber in the 1920s, would destroy mortgage documents during robberies, which freed many citizens of their debts.
  6. Nepal was the first country in Asia to introduce gay marriage. It has also outlawed the death penalty.
  7. Americans spend 30% less on Father's Day gifts than on Mother's Day gifts.
  8. The inventor of the heart stent approached numerous companies for funding and was rejected. It was funded by the owner of Fuddrucker's restaurant, whom he met by chance on a golf course.
  9. The chances of us eating even one spider in our sleep throughout our lifetime is close to 0%.
  10. The stunt doubles for Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy in the movie "Mad Max: Fury Road" fell in love on set and got married.
  11. When Apple began designating employee numbers, Steve Jobs was offended that Wozniak received #1 while he got #2. He believed he should be second to no one, so he took #0 instead.
  12. A month before 9/11, President George W. Bush was handed a memo titled: "Bin Laden Determined To Strike in US" saying it would be by hijacking planes, possibly targeting NYC.
  13. 40% of Americans think that humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time.
  14. Absolut Vodka used to belong to Sweden's government, until they sold it in 2008 for US$8.3 Billion to Pernod Ricard.
  15. Mars has a flag. It was designed by a NASA engineer.
  16. In Halden, a high-security prison in Norway, every cell has a flatscreen TV, an en-suite shower and fluffy, white towels.
  17. Unspayed females dogs only go into heat twice a year.
  18. In 1996, a man broke into a radio station in New Zealand, held the manager hostage, and demanded the station to play "Rainbow Connection" by Kermit the frog.
  19. A man revived 5 rivers and brought water back to 1000 villages in India using native water-preservation techniques.
  20. There's a bar in Ireland that opened in the year 900 A.D. and is still operational. It's called "Sean's Bar".
  21. You are required to show up to vote in Australia. If you don't, you'll face a fine.
  22. Famous science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov died as the result of an HIV infection from a blood transfusion given during triple-bypass heart surgery.
  23. Even though the Hindenburg was inflated with 7 million cubic feet of highly flammable hydrogen gas, it had a smoking room.
  24. The Japanese authorities constructed a fence around a volcano at Mount Mihara to stop a trend of over 2000 people committing suicide by jumping in.
  25. There is a species of fungus called "Chorioactis" that only exists in Texas and rural Japan, and is thought to have been in both places for 19 million years.
  26. The Pyramids of Giza were more ancient to the ancient Romans, than Ancient Rome is ancient to us.
  27. The first thing ever bought and sold across the Internet was a bag of marijuana around 1971.
  28. The SS officer who captured Anne Frank and her family became a member of West Germany's intelligence service after WW2. He bought Anne Frank's book to see if he was mentioned.
  29. After WW2, a group of Jewish "Avengers" formulated a Holocaust revenge plan to kill 6 million Germans by poisoning the water supply of many German cities. However, it was foiled by British police while the poison was in transit.
  30. At the center of every raindrop is an impurity such as dust, clay or soot. It is almost impossible for raindrops to form from pure water.
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