Facts

Facts So Short You Can Actually Remember Them

Birds don’t have a urethra so everything goes out the rear. To feel the same effect of a cigarette, you’d have to eat about 20 pounds of eggplant. The average amount found in the human body is 0.2 milligrams. Being 98% water can be a bad thing if you get stranded on the beach. Horses bodies aren’t built in a …

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NSFW Facts You Should Probably Read Alone

President Johnson was once asked why the US was in Vietnam. He pulled out his dick, waved it at the reporter and said, “This is why.”President Johnson was once asked why the US was in Vietnam. He pulled out his dick, waved it at the reporter and said, “This is why.” That’s right, they can use their dicks to pick …

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Interesting Facts About The Legions Of Ancient Rome

How did they recruit? During the peak of the Roman Empire, the legions of Rome were recruited (voluntarily) from the citizen class and mainly from rural areas, due to their more hardy nature. A letter of recommendation was needed from a noteworthy or influential figure, and bad references could lead to a citizen only able to join the (shock, horror) …

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Hazy Facts about Pineapple Express

The diner scene at the end of the film wasn’t in the script when filming began and was entirely ad-libbed. Seth Rogen originally wrote the part of Saul for himself, but James Franco was given the part after he proved far funnier during the table read. Seth Rogen rolled every joint in the film himself. When Red (Danny McBride) hands …

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Surprising Facts Collection

  “Next to the US Army, Disney World is the largest buyer and importer of explosives in the USA.” – ThisIsTheArbour   There are more tigers privately owned in the state of Texas than there are in the wild worldwide. – Dillardsspringsale   “Since it’s discovery, in 1930, Pluto has not yet made a full orbit of the sun.” – …

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Curious “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” Facts

Despite the title of the film being a question, no question mark is included as it is considered bad luck in the film industry to use that particular piece of punctuation. In the scene in the back office when Eddie Valiant (Bob Hoskins) and Roger Rabbit attempt to cut their handcuffs, the ceiling lamp is knocked and swings violently. Such …

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