1. Almost any domestic cat can run faster than Usain Bolt.
  2. You can get the age of any celebrity by typing How.Old.Is/Name on your address bar, for example: how.old.is/Miley Cyrus.
  3. If you eat a polar bear liver, you'll die. Humans can't handle that much vitamin A.
  4. There is a French company that you can hire to kidnap you. They charge US$1600.
  5. Bank robber
    John Dillinger
    professional baseball.
  6. Before Nazis used the salute commonly referred to as the ‘Hitler Salute,' Americans did it while saying the Pledge of Allegiance.
  7. Farting helps reduce high blood pressure and is good for your health.
  8. A man was jailed and fined US$1500 in Oregon, U.S.A., for collecting rainwater because it is considered ‘property of the state'.
  9. Over 80,000 people graduated from McDonald's Hamburger University with a bachelor's degree in hamburgerology.
  10. The longest prison sentence ever requested was 384,912 years of jail, against a 22-year-old postman accused of failing to deliver 42,768 letters.
  11. Every year, 1,000 letters arrive in Jerusalem, Israel, addressed to God.
  12. Casanova was a librarian.
  13. Ancient Babylonians did math in base 60 instead of base 10. That's why we have 60 seconds in a minute and 360 degrees in a circle.
  14. The birthday paradox says that in a group of just 23 people, there's a 50% chance that at least two will have the same birthday.
  15. UK's Internet Porn Filter Architect was Arrested On Child Porn Offences in 2014.
  16. The word 'censorship' is censored in China.
  17. A 20-month-old baby became the youngest professional soccer player ever, after being signed up by a Belgian club.
  18. The last words of Henry Royce, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, were actually: "I wish I'd spent more time in the office."
  19. Bob Marley was the father of 3 children born to 3 different women in one month.
  20. The world's worst serial killer, Luis Garavito, with 138 confirmed victims, is serving just 22 years in prison and will be out in 2021.
  21. In 2014, a prisoner escaped a detention center in Arizona to spend Valentine's Day with his girlfriend.
  22. The band Abba wore ridiculous outfits to avoid Sweden's taxes, which allowed deductions for clothing if it wasn't meant to be used every day.
  23. Car wrecks are the number one cause of death for Americans under 35.
  24. The Pentagon spends US$300,000 per year to study the body language of Putin and other world leaders.
  25. The majority of Internet traffic is not generated by humans, but bots like Google and Malware.
  26. In the US today, prescription painkillers kill more Americans than heroin and cocaine combined.
  27. The U.S. Tax Code is 5,000 pages long while The Bible and "War and Peace" only have about 4,500 pages.
  28. 60% of YouTube's 1,000 most popular videos are blocked in Germany.
  29. A single human male produces enough sperm in two weeks to impregnate every fertile woman on the planet.
  30. The most times
    a person has been stung
    by bees without dying
    is 2,443.
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