The harmonica is the world's best-selling musical instrument.
Women buy 40 percent of all condoms in the United States.
The rock group U2 was originally called Feedback.
While it stood, the Berlin wall was 26.5 miles long.
Sixty-three percent of Americans talk to their cars.
Gene Kelly was the first movie star to appear on a postage stamp.
A "labeorphilist" is a beer bottle collector.
Long Acre Square was the original name of New York's Times Square.
In Greek, "cosmetics" means "skilled in decorating."
A baby bat is called a pup.
Eight percent of Americans have oral sex on a regular basis.
The doors that cover U.S. nuclear silos weigh 748 tons and open in 19 seconds.
In Sweden, it's against the law to train a seal to balance a ball on its nose.
Rocker Meatloaf's real name is Marvin Lee Aday.
"Liticaphobia" is the fear of lawsuits.
Eighty-three percent of Americans identify themselves as Christians.
Leonardo da Vinci invented the car jack before cars were invented.
A male ballet dancer is referred to as a danseur noble.
The most popular beer brand in the Western Hemisphere, outside of the U.S., is Brahma beer. It's made in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The average cow spends 13 hours a day lying down.
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