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grrr.jpg (4139 bytes)Female dog bites are twice as numerous as bites inflicted by male dogs.

A cow spends 18 hours a day chewing.

Lucille Ball has appeared on the cover of TV Guide magazine a record 29 times.

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, backpack-related injuries send almost 5,000 students each year to emergency rooms nationwide.

Most pencils sold in Europe don't have erasers.

There are an estimated three million lakes in Alaska.

In the military, when soldiers refer to a "klick," they're talking about one kilometer (or .62 of a mile).

The lump of flesh just forward of your ear canal, next to your temple, is called a "tragus."

Mozart wrote the music for the song Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star when he was just five years old.

The first time the color khaki was used for uniforms in a war was in 1880, during the Afghan War.

The clitoris contains 8,000 nerve fibers, twice as many as the penis.

The most popular name for high school sports teams in the U.S.—Eagles.

One hundred and twenty drops of water are needed to fill a teaspoon.

During your lifetime, you'll eat about 60,000 pounds of food.

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The Danish word gift means both "married" and "poison."
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The first miniature golf course in the U.S. was named the Tom Thumb Golf Course.

When Herbert Hoover and his wife did not want to be overheard by White House guests, they spoke to each other in Chinese. The Coolidge family spoke in sign language when they did not want to be overheard.

The Danish word gift means both "married" and "poison."

The CIA, desperate to undermine Fidel Castro’s popularity, once planned to put hair-remover inside his shoes during an oversea trip so his famous beard would fall out.


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