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grrr.jpg (4139 bytes)The Guiness Book of World Records lists a movie called The Cure for Insomnia as being the longest film ever. It's 80 hours long.

Dog bites rank second behind sexually transmitted diseases as the most costly health problem in the United States.

Shakespeare invented the expression, "Laugh it off."

A woman’s sense of smell is most acute during ovulation.

According to the FBI, 70% of sports autographs are fake.

There are 42 spots on a pair of dice.

Every U.S. President that has had a beard has been Republican.

Licorice can raise your blood pressure.

Oprah Winfrey’s first name was the result of a typo. Her parents wanted to use the biblical name Orpah, but the midwife couldn't spell, so it became Oprah.

There are seven loops in the curly design on the top of every Hostess cupcake.

In early drafts of Margaret Mitchell’s novel, Gone with the Wind, the main character was named Pansy O'Hara, not Scarlett. The plantation we know as Tara was called Fountenoy Hall.

More than a third of all adults hit their alarm clock's "snooze" button each morning—an average of three times before they finally get up.

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The show business group with the lowest rate of divorce? Comedians.
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There are 1,218 peanuts in a 28-ounce jar of Jif peanut butter.

Table skirts were invented during the Victorian era. It was feared that a glimpse of a table leg could drive a man into a sexual frenzy.

On a Bingo card (with 90 numbers), there are approximately 44 million ways to make Bingo.

Thirty million men in the U.S. suffer from erectile dysfunction.

Psalms 118 is at the exact center of the Bible.

America’s top three condiments—ketchup, mustard and salsa.

In the days when people were tarred and feathered, the preferred combination was pine tar and goose feathers.

The show business group with the lowest divorce rate? Comedians.

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