1. It's impossible to
    sneeze while sleeping.
  2. More than 100,000 babies are born addicted to cocaine each year in the U.S., due to their mothers' use of the drug during pregnancy.
  3. Philophobia is the fear of falling in love.
  4. A Pizzadog is a Pizza with sliced hot dogs as primary topping.
  5. There is a small village in France called "Pussy".
  6. Albinism in flies is caused by yellow mutation.
  7. None of The Beatles Could Read Music.
  8. The average person checks his smartphone 110 times a day.
  9. Our bodies contain about 0.2 milligrams of gold, most of it in our blood.
  10. In 1970, there were half as many people in the world as today.
  11. The average American spends about 38 hours a year stuck in traffic.
  12. Nintendo had a chain of sex hotels in the 1950s.
  13. 1 in 3 Americans has high cholesterol.
  14. London's "Big Ben" is not the tower. It's the bell inside it.
  15. Miley Cyrus'
    real name is
    Destiny Hope.
  16. Segway's owner died from speeding off a cliff in a Segway.
  17. 75%
    of cars that Rolls-Royce has ever produced are still on the road today.
  18. Sprite may be one of the best remedies for hangovers, according to studies.
  19. The concept behind the word "cool" might come from the African word "itutu", brought to America by slavery.
  20. There's high-speed Internet on the way up to Mount Everest.
  21. About 153,000 people will die on your birthday.
  22. The Swastika is recognized as a symbol of auspiciousness in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
  23. The peace sign was initially an anti-nuclear weapons symbol.
  24. The U.S. has 71,862 tons of nuclear waste, which stays dangerous for tens of thousands of years.
  25. 80% of all Soviet males born in 1923 died in World War II.
  26. The year 2010 was the warmest on record.
  27. A full day on the moon, from one sunrise to the next, lasts about 29.5 Earth days on average.
  28. In a lifetime, your brain's long-term memory can hold as many as 1 quadrillion (1 million billion) separate bits of information.
  29. Americans throw away 2.5 million plastic bottles per hour. Each one takes 500 years to decompose.
  30. Kate Winslet, who played in the movie "Titanic," hated the song "My Heart Will Go On", and said it makes her feel "like throwing up."
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