1. Your weight on the moon is 16.5% of your weight on earth.
  2. The Vatican has its own soccer team.
  3. In 1940, the URSS imposed a tax on childlessness to people without kids.
  4. Oreos are more addictive than Cocaine and Heroin.
  5. A single cigarette contains about 4,000 chemicals.
  6. If you drink one Coca-Cola beverage per day, it would take you over
    9 years to try them all.
  7. There is a language called Toki Pona that has only 120 root words.
  8. For every mile walked drunk, turns out to be eight times more dangerous than the mile driven drunk.
  9. The movie Gravity was more expensive than the Indian Mars mission.
  10. In Tokyo, there's a travel agency that takes your stuffed animals on vacation.
  11. The Avocado is a
    large berry.
  12. Originally, the song "Total Eclipse of the Heart" was going to be called "Vampires in love".
  13. African elephants can distinguish human languages, genders and ages associated with danger.
  14. The Library of Congress has around
    838 miles of bookshelves.
  15. The word "Sandwich" was borrowed from the 4th Earl of Sandwich, who prepared himself one to eat while gambling.
  16. The Four Corners Monument is the only point in the U.S. shared by four states.
  17. Brazilian prisoners can shorten their sentence by reading books.
  18. There is a water reservoir floating in space that is equivalent to 140 trillion times all the water in the world's ocean.
  19. The word Gorilla is derived from a Greek word that means "tribe of hairy women".
  20. 600
    Americans die each year from falling out of bed.
  21. A Blogger hired a woman to slap him every time he's on Facebook.
  22. The word "soccer" originated as a
    slang abbreviation of the word "association"
  23. The color red opens your appetite.
  24. The lack of physical activity is one of the leading causes of preventable death worldwide.
  25. Croissants are banned in Syria.
  26. Hitler had a digestive disorder that made him fart chronically.
  27. The first typewriter was called "Literary Piano".
  28. The earth's deepest known point equals to 24.5 Empire State Buildings end to end.
  29. The heaviest pig in the world weighed 2,552 lb (1,157 kg).
  30. A caterpillar has as many as 4,000 muscles in its body.
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