1. Prairie Dogs Give a Little Tongue to Say Hello.
  2. Every minute, more than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube.
  3. Didaskaleinophobia is the fear of going to school.
  4. To process their food with maximum efficiency, rabbits swallow up to 80% of their own feces.
  5. In Maori, the word "Maori"
    means "normal."
  6. Pol Pot, the Cambodian dictator, caused the death of 25% of Cambodia.
  7. Children's Day is celebrated in India on November 14th, 9 months after Valentine's Day.
  8. Valentine's Day is also National Condom Day in the U.S.
  9. Suicide attempts were punished as crimes in England and Wales until 1961.
  10. Refined sugar is more addictive than cocaine.
  11. The first female self-made millionaire in America was an African-American woman.
  12. The world's smallest cat is called "Tinker Toy" and he's just 2.75 inches (7 cm) tall.
  13. 1%
    of the Earth's wood supply is used by IKEA.
  14. Olympic Gold Medals only contain 1.34% of gold.
  15. Eminem was sued by his own mother for US$10 million. She settled for $25,000.
  16. A lack of exercise is now causing as many deaths as smoking across the world, a study suggests.
  17. There are 177,147 ways to tie a tie, according to mathematicians.
  18. Same-Sex relationships were considered sacred in many ancient Native American tribes.
  19. China has treatment camps for Internet addicts.
  20. Men spend almost a year of their lives staring at women, a survey found.
  21. "OKAY"
    is a town
    in Oklahoma
    with a population of 600.
  22. The word "Gaga" in Filipino refers to a stupid and idiotic girl.
  23. There's a beer brewed from bananas in Africa.
  24. The Soviet Union had transferred over 150 nuclear weapons to Cuba by the time of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
  25. There's a "DUMB Starbucks" where every product has the word "dumb" in front of it.
  26. On game days in Dallas, Cowboys Stadium can use more electricity than the entire country of Liberia.
  27. Costa Rica has
    absolutely no army.
  28. When Montenegro became independent from Yugoslavia, its Internet domain name went from .yu to .me.
  29. In Japan's Apple Store, there was a fan who started waiting in line 7 months early for iPhone 6.
  30. Facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg donated US$1 billion to charity in 2013, making him the biggest charitable donor in the U.S.
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