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The gold earrings once worn by pirates and sailors actually served a practical purpose. They covered the cost of a proper burial.
The average duration of a male orgasm is four seconds.
Dr. Seuss' popular book, "Green Eggs and Ham," was the result of a bet that he could not write a book using only 50 words.
The country of Andorra has a zero percent unemployment rate.
Sony's first product was a rice cooker.
Sex relieves headaches. Lovemaking can release the tension that restricts blood vessels in the brain.
The strongest earthquake on record hit Chile on May 22, 1960.
Elvis made just one commercial during his reign. It was for Southern Maid Doughnuts.
"Oral-B" is a combination of "oral hygiene" and the letter "b," which stands for "better."
Lambskin and latex condoms are biodegradable, but polyurethane condoms aren't.
Electric eels can deliver shocks up to 550 volts.
Casanova lived out his final years as a librarian.
On September 19, 1981, more than 300 people were eaten alive by piranhas when a ferry capsized at the Brazilian port of Obidos.
A group of finches is called a "charm."
Bats have sex in the air while flying.
As early as the 14th century, Egyptians used urine tests to diagnose pregnancy.
Men become sexually aroused nearly every time they dream.
The Irish cure for the mumps used to involve leading the patient three times around a pigsty.
Finland has 179,584 islands.
One-time ruler of Egypt, Mohammed Ali, once created two infantry regiments made up entirely of one-eyed soldiers.
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