Robin Hood's real name was Robert Fitz Ooth.
March 9 is "Useless Facts and Trivia Day."
The common silkworm has eleven brains, but it only uses five of them.
Wallpaper was first used as a decoration for Chinese tombs.
Colgate's first toothpaste came in a jar.
There are 3,000 types of lice.
Vibrators are illegal in Alabama. A law makes it illegal to "produce, distribute or otherwise sell sexual devices that are marketed primarily for the stimulation of human genital organs."
Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Zimmerman.
The first Olympic games to be televised were the 1936 games in Berlin.
Room temperature is 68 degrees Fahrenheit.
The word for a misheard lyric is "mondegreen."
Soldier Field is the oldest field in the NFL.
All spiders are cannibals.
Of the six men who made up the Three Stooges, three of them were real brothersMoe, Curly and Shemp.
Australia is the only continent without an active volcano.
Thirty-seven percent of all Christians describe themselves as born-again or evangelical.
"Scelerophibia" is the fear burglars.
The original name for Mickey Mouse was Mortimer Mouse.
There is a species of moth that lives entirely on cow tears.
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