It is estimated that there are one million lap dances given in Las Vegas each year.
Twenty percent of Americans state they have never flossed their teeth.
Before leaving home, a full third of pet owners turn on a radio or TV to keep their pets company.
Irish monks invented whiskey when they first distilled "Uisce Beatha," or "Water of Life," in the sixth century A.D.
"Axillism" is the act of using the armpit for sex.
A group of buzzards is called a "wake."
In seafaring parlance, "avast" means stop.
The emperor Maximilian established the Vienna Boys' Choir in 1498 in Austria.
A diamond can only be cut by another diamond.
Cinderella is known as Zezolla in Italy.
Seventy-two percent of Norwegians say they've had a one-night stand. Just 20 percent of Taiwanese claim to have done so.
Geese have been trained to tend sheep.
Queen Isabella of Spain was the first woman to appear on a U.S. postage stamp.
All babies are colorblind when they are born.
It was Leonardo da Vinci who first discovered that a tree's age is recorded in its rings.
The combined wealth of the world's 250 richest people is greater than the combined wealth of the poorest 1.5 billion people.
Amathophobia is a morbid fear of dust.
In the U.S. the average bride is 21 years old, the average groom is 23.
Spilling salt is considered good luck in Japan.
In poker, Able, Baker and Charlie are the first, second and third player to the left of the dealer.
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