1. Japanese researchers developed a gun than can be used to force people to stop speaking.
  2. Six pieces of 2x4 LEGO bricks can be combined in 915,103,765 ways.
  3. Loud music can make a person drink more in less time.
  4. KitKats' year production could stretch around the London Underground more than 350 times.
  5. The Vatican City has one of the highest crime rates in the world.
  6. 80%
    of the land in Nevada is owned by the U.S. government.
  7. A single strand of spaghetti is called spaghetto.
  8. A group of ferrets is called
    a business.
  9. On average, soccer players run as far as 9.5 miles in a single match.
  10. 50 Cent's $18 million mansion has
    35 bathrooms.
  11. Argentina's retired soccer player Diego Maradona has his own religion made by his fans.
  12. Bananas are the
    best-selling items at Walmart.
  13. U.S. former presidents John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson
    died within hours of each other, on the 4th of July in 1826.
  14. The original 2014 World Cup's ball was produced in Pakistan.
  15. Daniel Radcliffe, who played Harry Potter, was allergic to Harry Potter glasses.
  16. 70%
    of Snapchat users are women.
  17. Cupcakes can be as addictive as cocaine.
  18. Almost 70 percent of the red meat eaten globally is goat meat.
  19. With 1,896 km (1,178 mi), the Yonge Street in Canada, is the longest street in the world.
  20. The official color
    of the Golden Gate Bridge
    is called
    International Orange.
  21. Males are more likely to have hiccups than females.
  22. The vehicle with the highest mileage covered a total of 2,850,000 miles (4,586,630 km).
  23. The inventor of the cruise control was blind.
  24. The Jerusalem syndrome is a group of psychological phenomena triggered by a visit to Jerusalem, Israel.
  25. The Beatles' album Abbey Road was originally going to be called Everest.
  26. 80%
    of the biomass of fish in the world's oceans has been lost in the past 100 years.
  27. Baby Chicks are smarter than Baby Humans .
  28. Cockroaches shed their skin.
  29. An alligator can go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in a lifetime.
  30. A group of goats
    is called a trip.
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