1. Because guinea pigs are prone to loneliness, it's illegal in Switzerland to own just one.
  2. The Saxophone was named after his creator, Adolphe Sax.
  3. Chester A. Arthur
    the 21st president of the USA
    owned at least
    80 pairs of pants.
  4. Tennis was first played
    with bare hands.
  5. The more features your phone has, the longer you spend in the toilet.
  6. Lollipops got their name from a famous racehorse in the 1900s called Lolly Pop.
  7. A Duel between three people is called
    a Truel.
  8. The first tin cans were so thick they had to be hammered open.
  9. There were once camels roaming in the deserts of Arizona.
  10. In the first version of Cinderella, she was a greek slave that lived in a colony in Egypt.
  11. Ommatophobia is the fear of eyes.
  12. Beard hair is as tough as copper wire.
  13. Some pirates used earrings because they thought that wearing them would improve or even cure bad eyesight.
  14. The number symbol # is called an octothorp.
  15. Ancient Greeks and Romans often bought slaves with salt.
  16. India has a Bill of Rights for Cows.
  17. One man and his Bot have written
    almost 10% of Wikipedia.
  18. Friends
    share more DNA
    than
    strangers.
  19. Many expensive Perfumes contain whale poop.
  20. In the USA, the typical home of 2.6 people has an average of 24 gadgets.
  21. Red Kangaroos can jump 6 feet (1.8 meters) high.
  22. 64 billion messages are processed by Whatsapp every day.
  23. In Alabama, it is illegal for a driver to be blindfolded while driving a vehicle.
  24. Gummy bears first arrived at the U.S. in 1982.
  25. In 2010, Singapore bought millions of tonnes of sand from Cambodia in order to expand its coastline.
  26. India has the world's lowest meat consumption per person.
  27. Misophonia is when a person is annoyed by the sound of someone breathing, eating, or walking.
  28. The digital wristwatch was inspired by a sci-fi movie.
  29. Japanese researchers developed a gun than can be used to force people to stop speaking.
  30. Six pieces of 2x4 LEGO bricks can be combined in 915,103,765 ways.
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