I am just going to start cause there are quite a few facts. I hope you enjoy it and maybe subscribe to my blog if you do enjoy because I post a bunch of stuff like this.
Just a bunch of facts 🙂
Rubberbands last longer when they are refrigerated.
There are 293 ways to get change from a dollar.
Soccer balls were once used for playing basketball.
Buttermilk doesn’t contain butter.
There are fewer stars than trees on earth,
The most popular names around the world are James and Mary.
75 burgers are sold at Mcdonalds every second.
You cannot hum while holding your nose. ( Did you just try it?)
Your eyes don’t change size as you get older.
Space smells like diesel fuel.
Pineapples are named after pine cones.
It’s illegal to only own one guinea pig in Switzerland.
In the past, McDonald had bubblegum-flavored broccoli.
Bottled water expires.
The largest pyramid isn’t in Egypt.
A dollar bill takes 5 cents to make.
Dreamt is the only English word that ends with mt. (except for the words that have a root word of dreamt.)
The average adult spends less time exercising than on the toilet.
Cats are known to be the only mammal that can’t taste sweetness.
Your fingernails on your dominant hand grow a little faster than on your opposite hand.
Queen Elizabeth is a trained mechanic.
Sloths can hold their breath longer than dolphins.
The first person ever convicted of speeding was going only eight miles per hour.
The wood frog can hold its pee for up to eight months.
There are two known mammals that like spicy food. Humans and tree shrews.
Cotton candy was made by a dentist.
The longest wedding veil was about 63.5 football fields long.
E is the most common letter in the English language.
Bats are the only mammal that can fly.
Platypuses don’t have stomachs. ( Their esophagus just goes straight to their intestines.)
There are actually no muscles in your fingers. They are controlled by muscles in your arms and palms.
The skin is the body’s largest organ.
None of the United States has the letter “q” in their name.
Days on venus are longer than years.
More people visit France than any other country.
The coldest temperature ever recorded was -144 degrees Fahrenheit (Celsius -97)