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kiss.jpg (5352 bytes)A woman's arthritic pain will almost always disappear as soon as she becomes pregnant.

The average person spends two weeks of their life kissing.

In the 1940s, the Bich pen was changed to Bic for fear Americans would pronounce it "bitch."

The first episode of Sesame Street was sponsored by the letters W, S and E.

The blinking warning light on top of the Capitol Records tower in Hollywood spells out "Hollywood" in Morse code.

The largest living animal, the blue whale, also has the largest penis, measuring about 10 feet long and a foot in diameter.

Because of the rotation of the earth, an object can be thrown farther if it is thrown west.

The smell of Crayola crayons has been proven to lower blood pressure.

There were five Jell-O flavors that flopped—celery, coffee, cola, apple and chocolate.

Mexico City has more taxicabs than any other city in the world.

Time magazine named the computer its "Man of the Year" in 1982.

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The language of Taki, spoken in parts of French Guinea, consists of only 340 words.
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Magnetic ants are so-named because they always build their nests pointing north and south.

The title role of Beetlejuice was written for Sammy Davis, Jr.

The language of Taki, spoken in parts of French Guinea, consists of only 340 words.

The Yequina Indians of Amazonia consider it normal to have infants present during lovemaking.

For a while Frederic Chopin, the composer and pianist, wore a beard on only one side of his face. "It does not matter," he explained. "My audience sees only my right side."

The medical term for the condition known as writers' cramp is "chirospasm."

Smokers eat more sugar than non-smokers.

The idea of painting fingernails originated in China, where nail color indicated their social rank.

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