10709. Fact
The most popular jelly belly jellybean flavour is buttered popcorn

10710. Fact
Blueballs refers to when a man has an erection for a long period of time without ejaculating.

10711. Fact
In 1963, Mister Rogers was ordained as a Presbyterian minister

10712. Fact
Approximately 87% of dog owners say that when they watch T.V. their dog curls up beside them or at their feet

10713. Fact
New Zealand is the only country that contains every type of climate in the world.

10714. Fact
Archeologists report that cannabis was most likely the first plant cultivated by humans. Cannabis was used for linen, paper, and garments

10715. Fact
In an average lifetime, people spend four years traveling in cars and six months waiting for red light to turn green

10716. Fact
The word dexterity, to do with skill is related to the right hand. The opposite of the word deter is sinister, to do with evil, it is related to the left hand

10717. Fact
The record for the longest Monopoly game played in a bathtub is ninety-nine hours

10718. Fact
The combination ough can be pronounced in nine different ways. The following sentence contains them all: A rough-coated, dough-faced, thoughtful ploughman strode through the streets of Scarborough; after falling into a slough, he coughed and hiccoughed.

10719. Fact
On average, 90% of the people that have the disease Lupus are female

10720. Fact
The elephant is the only animal that has been taught to stand on its head.

10721. Fact
The first police car was an electric-powered vehicle used in Akron, OH in 1899.

10722. Fact
Only female mosquitoes bite humans. Male mosquitoes live on natural liquids from plants and other resources

10723. Fact
The difference between horns and antlers is that horns never stop growing and antlers shed and grow every year

10724. Fact
The word racecar and kayak are the same whether they are read left to right or right to left

10725. Fact
Olive oil can help in lowering cholesterol levels and decreasing the risk of heart complications

10726. Fact
The Basenji dog is the only dog that is not able to bark

10727. Fact
Walt Disney named Mickey Mouse after Mickey Rooney, whose mother he dated for some time. Another story states that: Mickey mouse was not named after Mickey Rooney he was made on a train ride from New York after Walt found out he didn't actually own Oswald the lucky rabbit. The mouse Walt drew was originally named Mortimor But his wife Lilly didn't like that name so she suggested Mickey and the name stuck.

10728. Fact
Pound for pound, leopards are said to be seven times stronger than humans

10729. Fact
The distance between cities are actually the distances between city halls.

10730. Fact
The soldiers of World War I were the first people to use the modern flushing toilet. The inventor: Thomas Crapper.

10731. Aircraft id
Aircraft id mark :
Cameroon : tj

10732. Fact
America's best selling ice cream flavor is vanilla.

10733. Fact
There are, on average, 259 raisins in a box of Raisin Bran and 388 in a box of Premium Raisin Bran.

10734. Fact
In 1953, racecar driver Tim Flock raced at Nascar with a monkey in the seat beside him

10735. Fact
The biggest religious building in the world is a Hindu Temple, Angkor Wat, located in Cambodia. It was built at the end of the 11th century

10736. Fact
Every drop of seawater contains approximately 1 billion gold atoms.

10737. Fact
Most dreams last only 5 to 20 minutes.

10738. Fact
The word Nazi is actually an abbreviation for Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, which refers to the National Socialist German Workers Party

10739. Fact
Singer Alice Cooper once had a live chicken thrown at him during a concert in Toronto. He threw the chicken back at the crowd and all the publicity surrounding the incident skyrocketed his singing career

10740. Fact
Early hockey games allowed as many as 30 players a side on the ice

10741. Fact
The Great Pyramids used to be as white as snow because they were encased in a bright limestone that has worn off over the years

10742. Fact
A duck's quack doesn't echo, and no one knows why. (This was challenged and proved wrong by the TV show Mythbusters)

10743. Fact
The shortest word in the English language with all its letters in alphabetical order is the word almost.

10744. Fact
The microwave was invented after a researcher walked by a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket

10745. Fact
Families who do turn off the television during meals tend to eat healthier. This was regardless of family income, or education

10746. Fact
In China, September 20 is Love Your Teeth Day.

10747. Fact
There are 48 Gutenberg Bibles still in existence. Two of them were in Germany during World War II and are missing, but many book collectors believe them to be in private collections.

10748. Fact
Abe Lincoln bought 50 cents worth of cocaine in 1860

10749. Fact
Potato chips were invented in Saratoga Springs in 1853 by chef George Crum. They were a mocking response to a patron who complained that his French fries were too thick.

10750. Fact
The Pacific island of Tonga once issued a stamp that was banana shaped

10751. Aircraft id
Aircraft id mark :
Brazil : pp, pt

10752. Fact
Caffeine is on the International Olympic Committee list of prohibited substances

10753. Fact
On average, 90% of the people that have the disease Lupus are female.

10754. Fact
There are 24 known perfect numbers. These are numbers that equal the sum of all its divisors except itself. For instance, six is the lowest of these numbers is divisible by 1, 2, or 3 and 1+2+3=6. The largest of the known perfect numbers has 12,003 digits.

10755. Fact
Pet superstores now sell about 40 percent of all pet food

10756. Fact
It took over 4 years to film Milo and Otis to get the animals to do what they were suppose to.

10757. Aircraft id
Aircraft id mark :
Bolivia : cp

10758. Fact
The low frequency call of the humpback whale is the loudest noise made by a living creature. The call of the humpback whale is louder than Concorde and can be heard from 500 miles away.



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