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Lower back pain is the most commonly reported physical complaint in the U.S.
The largest sex orgy in recorded history, involving 7,000 participants, took place in the year 200 B.C. in Rome.
Almost every cell in your body contains six feet of DNA.
The hyoid bone, in your throat, is the only bone in the body not attached to another bone.
A group of foxes is known as a "leash."
The dark meat on a roast turkey has more calories than the white meat.
The Sun is about 4.6 billion years old.
"Alektorophobia" is the fear of chickens.
The southernmost city in the United States is Na'alehu, Hawaii.
Davy Crockett was a Congessman.
In poker, a combination of 4 and 5 is called a "Jesse James," presumably because the notorious outlaw was killed by a Colt .45.
The real name of Dorothy's dog Toto in The Wizard of Oz was Terry.
In San Salvador, drunk drivers can be sentenced to death by firing squad.
The "f" word is used 246 times in Goodfellas.
Lina Medina from Peru became the youngest mother at the age of five, when she delivered a baby boy in 1936.
The U.S. has the most violent weather in the world.
Two books in the Bible are named after women. Ruth and Esther.
"Scrump" is archaic slang for sex. Ben Franklin referred to prostitutes as "scrumpets."
Rabbits are immune to the venom of black widow spiders.
In 1894, there were only four automobiles in the United States.
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