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An average person's yearly fast food intake will contain 12 pubic hairs.
The Three Stooges were originally called Three Lost Souls.
The average clock's snooze function lasts nine minutes.
On the standard Rorschach test, there are 10 inkblots.
One of every seven people in the United States is Hispanic.
When truckers in the U.S. talk about "green stamps," they're referring to speeding tickets.
The top of the Empire State Building was originally intended as a mooring place for dirigibles. (It was never used for that purpose.)
The success rate of A.A. is estimated to be 5%.
The Roman emperor Commodus was at one time going to change the name of Rome to Colonia Commodiana.
Forty percent of women experience nocturnal orgasms.
There are lyrics to the theme song from Star Trek.
A.A.A., the American Auto Association, has more members than any other organization in the U.S.
Just 0.546% of men in the U.S. are named Scott.
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History houses the world's largest shell collection, with some 15 million specimens.
Ancient Latin and Aramaic are related to every modern language, but not to one another.
Donald Duck's father is named Quackmore Duck.
Orchids release a chemical that intoxicates bees.
Actor Andy Garcia was a Siamese twin.
The Humvee (HMMWV), commonly called the Hummer, is a named derived from "High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle."
A newly formed nerve cell is called a "neuroblast."
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