1. Lin Ching Lan is a deaf Taiwanese professional dancer and choreographer who feels the vibrations of music through wooden floors.
  2. The town of Dildo in Newfoundland has an annual festival, Dildo Days, which is led by their mascot, Captain Dildo.
  3. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was shocked when Queen Elizabeth II drove him around her estate, since women couldn't drive in his country.
  4. Catholics in Nicaragua, who observe Lent by abstaining from meat, make meals of armadillo or iguana instead.
  5. The record for the most Wimbledon titles is held by Professor Bernard Neal: he was croquet champion 38 times.
  6. Self-driving cars play Grand Theft Auto to learn how to drive better.
  7. In 1978, president Macías Nguema changed Equatorial Guinea's national motto to "There is no other God than Macías Nguema".
  8. More than four tons of old U.S. paper money is mulched into compost every day.
  9. ‘Kennedy' means ‘ugly head' in Gaelic.
  10. You can get a Stand-up comedy master's degree at the University of Kent.
  11. US$1 million will only get you 16 square metres of prime property in Monaco, 22 square metres in Hong Kong, and 25 square metres in New York.
  12. Alexander the Great's army conquered the world while wearing armor made of linen that could stop any arrow made at the time.
  13. Norway's Coat of Arms has a lion depicted, although there are no lions in Norway.
  14. The oldest D20 dice was uncovered in Egypt and dates back around 30 BC.
  15. The two parts to the word “helicopter” are “helico” meaning spiral, and “pter” meaning one with wings, like pterodactyl.
  16. The cuckoo in the world's largest cuckoo clock weighs 330 pounds.
  17. The largest print photograph ever taken was 111 feet (34 m) wide and 32 feet (9.8 m) high.
  18. In Bolivia, llama droppings are used to purify water.
  19. Slovenian-speaking babies learn the number 2 sooner than English-speaking ones.
  20. The term "pipe dream" is a reference to the insane dreams people have when smoking opium.
  21. Eight men own the same wealth as the poorest half of the world.
  22. MIT sends out college acceptance notices on Pi Day, 3/14.
  23. Before he was a famous musician, Johnny Cash was a military code breaker for the US Air Force.
  24. Even though Froot Loops are different colors, they are all the same flavor.
  25. A 'bobsled' is so named because early racers bobbed their heads back and forth to gain speed (which didn't work).
  26. The first manager of the first McDonald's franchise was called Ed MacLuckie.
  27. Melania Trump secured a 'genius visa' for 'extraordinary ability' while dating Donald Trump.
  28. Oscar Peyrou is a film critic and President of the Spanish Association of Film Critics but he doesn't watch films. He analyzes them through the poster alone.
  29. Chicago has over 60 coyotes fitted with radio collars roaming the city, eating small rodents, especially rats and voles.
  30. Don Gorske was recognized by the Guinness World Records book in 2016 when he ate his 28,788th Big Mac.
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