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The "s" shaped opening in a violin is called the "f-hole."

Eighty-two percent of the workers on the Panama Canal suffered from malaria.

Before American football players go onto the field, they put on about 13 pounds of protective clothing.

Every 10 to 13 seconds someone gets divorced.

"Parthenophobia" is the fear of virgins.

Edward III passed a law stopping people from eating more than two meals a day.

Armadillos can be housebroken.

Victoria Woodhall was the first woman to run for President of the U.S.—in 1872.

During World War II, twice as many fighter pilots were killed during training than combat.

Ninety percent of Irish women claim they have had sex outdoors. (The global average is 58 percent.)

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A barnacle has the largest penis of any other animal in the world in relation to its size.
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A recent study revealed that one-third of cats enjoy watching television.

A barnacle has the largest penis of any other animal in the world in relation to its size.

Dustin Hoffman's fake breasts in Tootsie weighed four pounds.

Ninety percent of Americans describe themselves as shy.

Every year in France there is a "Thieves Fair" where people are encouraged to try to steal things from the stalls.

The average piano has 230 strings.

One out of five pieces of the world's garbage is generated in the United States.

In circus parlance, a "Joey" is a clown with at least five years of experience.

Lee Harvey Oswald's cadaver tag was sold at an auction for $6,600.

Alec Guinness' name was incorrectly spelled as "Guiness" in the opening credits of the award-winning film The Bridge on the River Kwai.

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