1. At age 10, Mussolini was expelled from a religious boarding school in Italy for stabbing a classmate in the hand.
  2. The Philippines has the slowest Internet speed in the entire Southeast Asian region with an average speed of 3.54 Mbps.
  3. On average, the brain burns 20% of the body's calories.
  4. In China, you can major in Bra Studies.
  5. The farthest flight made by a paper aircraft is of 69.14 m (around 226 ft).
  6. In Japan, KFC is a typical feast of Christmas Eve.
  7. The first Selfie was taken in 1839 by Robert Cornelius.
  8. The term "laser" is an acronym for "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation".
  9. The name “Super Bowl” was originally inspired by the game “Super Ball”.
  10. In the '20s, the blue color was used for girls
    and the pink for boys.
  11. Internet Users Send 204 Million Emails Per Minute.
  12. Facebook earns an average of US$5.85 from every U.S. user.
  13. In 1942, it was prohibited for American radios to take listener requests because the government feared that spies would embed secret messages on them.
  14. Water constitutes only 0.07% of the earth by mass or 0.4% of the earth by volume.
  15. From 2003 to 2006, Hooters had its own airline called “Hooters Air”.
  16. In Japan, there are Pepsi-flavored Cheetos.
  17. Climbing the Mount Everest cost around US$65,000.
  18. The man in the Pringles' logo is called Julius Pringles.
  19. Hyperthymesia is the condition of remembering every single experience in your life.
  20. Before being an actor, Bruce Willis worked as a private investigator.
  21. U.S. Interrogators use rock music as a tool of torture.
  22. Nails grow faster in the summer than in any other season.
  23. When the car radio was introduced, some states wanted to ban it arguing that it could distract drivers and cause accidents.
  24. The word "Photography" means "writing with light."
  25. Earth is the only place in the Solar System where water can be present in its three states: solid, liquid and vapour.
  26. Maladaptive daydreaming
    is a condition in which a person daydreams excessively.
  27. In Dorset, Minnesota, a 3-year-old boy was elected as mayor .
  28. A man named Moondyne Joe escaped prison so many times, that police built a special cell for him, from which he escaped as well.
  29. The oldest tree ever documented is approximately 5,200 years old.
  30. If Walmart were a country, it would be China's sixth-largest export market.
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