1. There's a real organization, called American Mustache Institute, that "fights discrimination against mustached Americans".
  2. One tiger alone killed 430 people in Nepal and India in the 19th century.
  3. Los Angeles city's full name is
    "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de los Angeles del Rio Porciuncula."
  4. Most people can't distinguish expensive wines from inexpensive ones, a study proved.
  5. In 2013, soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo opened a museum dedicated to himself.
  6. 71%
    of people in China measure success by the things they own, making it the world's most materialistic country.
  7. In 2006, The FBI planted an informant pretending to be a radical Muslim in a mosque, and the Muslims in the mosque reported him to the FBI.
  8. Animals react to social pressure much as humans do, a study concluded.
  9. A man in Nebraska is breeding red cows and sending them to Israel
    so that Jews build a Third Temple and "Jesus comes again".
  10. Chinese soldiers stick needles into their shirt to keep ideal postures during military parades.
  11. In 2011, a man killed his wife inside the Walmart she was working at. Rather than close the store, they chose to just rope off the gore-splattered area while police investigated.
  12. BOY London, one of the most popular clothing brands in the world, has a nazi symbol on its logo.
  13. We Are Living In The Most Peaceful Time In Human History.
  14. Looking at cute animal pictures at work can make you more productive, a study claims.
  15. The Soviet Union spent US$1 Billion in mind control research during the Cold War.
  16. Over 300 people died in a supermarket fire in Paraguay because the owners shut the doors so people wouldn't leave without paying.
  17. The average citizen of Liechtenstein doesn't even lock its door because crime in the country is so low.
  18. Mary is mentioned more in Islam's Quran than in the entire New Testament.
  19. Italian Traffic Police has two Lamborghini Gallado in service.
  20. A heartbroken Argentine farmer spent decades cultivating a guitar-shaped forest to honor his late wife.
  21. In 2011, a woman
    bought a "non-visible"
    piece of art
    for $10,000.
  22. In 2009, Nigerian Police arrested a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.
  23. The "Rock Cats" is a five piece cat band who can groove on some jazz, Latin and island rhythms.
  24. In 2013, a girl survived ASIANA's Plane Crash, only to be run over and killed by a responding fire truck.
  25. At the height of its popularity, CANDY CRUSH, a Facebook Game, made US$1 million per day.
  26. Amazon changes its prices more than 2.5 million times a day.
  27. In Jamaica, sex between men is punishable with up to 10 years' imprisonment. But lesbian action is allowed.
  28. In 2004, a woman had a
    heart attack on a plane
    full of doctors on their way
    to a cardiology conference.
  29. "IRONIC"
    is the most commonly
    misused word in English
    says Dictionary.com.
  30. Spermine, a powerful anti-oxidant originally discovered in human sperm, is said to diminish wrinkles and smooth the skin.
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