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The average American eats 23 quarts of ice cream during the course of a year.
The "bumpers" on the bottom of toilet seats are called "buculets."
"The Star-Spangled Banner" is considered the most difficult national anthem on Earth to sing.
The Sumerians had a goddess of beer. Her name was Ninkasi.
In a fire station in Livermore, California, there is a light bulb that has been burning since 1901.
The only continent without a desert is Europe.
"Uranophobia" is the morbid fear of heaven.
The real name of the Tin Man in the "Wizard of Oz" books was Nick Chopper.
Tokyo was once known as Edo.
Most NASCAR teams use nitrogen in their tires instead of air.
In the eighth grade, Elvis Presley got a "C" grade in music.
About 97 percent of the water on Earth is saltwater.
Basketball is the most popular sport among college women.
Among other things, ninjas were trained to tell what time it was by looking into a cat's eye.
"Morning dew" is slang for "gonorrhea."
The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth was 136.4 degrees Fahrenheit at Al'Aziziyah, Libya, in 1922.
There are currently more than seven million millionaires in the world.
The average person will grow 590 miles of hair during their lifetime.
Singer John Denver's real name was Henry John Deutschendorf, Jr.
The Bank of America started as the Bank of Italy.
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