The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the time they graduate from high school.
In Germany, there is a flea that lives and breeds only in beer mats.
"Panophobia" is the fear of everything.
At age 70, an impressive 73 percent of men are still potent.
The average single man is one inch shorter than the average married man.
In Elizabethan slang, the term "to die" meant to have an orgasm.
The odds of getting a hole-in-one in golf are estimated at about 18,000-to-1.
In Alabama, it's illegal to wear a fake mustache that causes laughter in church.
You inhale about 700,000 of your own skin flakes each day.
In China, the number four is unlucky because the Mandarin word for four, "shi," sounds like the word for death.
Aluminum can be spun into a filament so fine that 1.5 pounds of it could encircle the Earth.
The world's most expensive coffee is called Kopi Luwak. It is made from coffee beans passed through the digestive system of a palm civet, a tree-dwelling, cat-like animal found throughout Southeast Asia.
The magician's words "hocus-pocus" have been around since the 17th century. A conjurer called Hocus Pocus used the chant during his performances. It's a play on a Latin phrase used during Roman Catholic mass when wafer and wine are transformed into the body and blood of Christ, hoc est enim corpus meum ("for this is my body").
In Medieval Times, a spider was rolled in butter and swallowed as a cure for plague and leprosy.
According to one study, 24 percent of lawns have some sort of ornament.
An alligator will go through as many as 3,000 teeth during its lifetime.
The holes in Swiss cheese are called "eyes."
Five hundred Americans are injured in their bathtubs each day.
There have been 47 Charlie Chan movies, with six actors playing the part. None were Chinese.
The formula for cold cream has hardly changed at all in the 1,700 years since it was originally made by the Roman physician Galen.
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