1. The boy who voiced Bambi grew up to become the youngest drill instructor in US Marines history – Source

2. Men and women’s clothes are buttoned on opposite sides because in back in the day in high society, men generally dressed themselves whereas women were dressed by servants. Reversing the buttons on women’s clothes made the job faster and easier. – Source

3. Every year in ancient Athens, citizens could vote to banish ANY person from the city for 10 years. – Source

4. In 1972, a Serbian flight attendant, Vesna Vulović fell for 33000ft (10000m) after the plane she was flying in was torn apart by an explosive device. She survived the fall without permanent injuries. – Source

5. There’s a proposal to build an underground park within an old station in New York, lit by daylight transported by fiber optic cables to allow trees and grass to grow – Source

6. The precursor to Monopoly was designed to illustrate how rents enrich property owners and impoverish tenants and that when children play the game, it would “provoke their natural suspicion of unfairness.” – Source

7. As a 2.5 year old girl, Michelle Funk fell into a creek in Salt Lake City and was submerged for 66 minutes. When rescuers arrived she didn’t have pulse and was not breathing. Three hours after that, her blood was warmed. When it reached 77 degrees Fahrenheit. she came back to life and is still living to this day. – Source

8. Samsung is also a full time weapons manufacturer. – Source

9. Studies have shown that women in poor countries with worse health tend to be attracted more to masculine looking men, while women in rich countries prefer more feminine looking men. – Source

10. Doctor Who was originally an educational show, with episodes set in the future to teach kids about science, and episodes set in the past to teach them history. – Source

11. Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg look so alike that they came to the agreement they’d just go with it when the fans get them confused. – Source

12. When oxygen first developed on Earth, it wiped out nearly 99% of all life. – Source

13. About 15% of snails survive digestion by birds and are found alive in their droppings, potentially leading to the spread of snail populations. – Source

14. In USA, it is Possible for the Jury in a criminal trial to find the accused not-guilty despite being legally guilty as they believe the law to be unjust/wrong. This is known as Jury Nullification. – Source

15. License plates in the Canadian Northwest Territories are shaped like polar bears. – Source


16. Intel Corporation gets 100% of its electricity from renewable sources. – Source

17. Crows recognize human faces and hold grudges against ones they do not like. – Source

18. If Earth’s history were condensed into 24 hours, life would’ve appeared at around 4 a.m., land plants at 10:24 pm, dinosaur extinction at 11:41pm, and human history would’ve begun at 11:58:43pm. – Source

19. When Schwarzenegger turned down the planned sequel to Commando, it was reworked to star Bruce Willis and was retitled Die Hard. – Source

20. A homeless man held up and robbed a bank for $1, then sat down and waited for police to arrest him so he could receive healthcare in prison. – Source

21. Table Knives are rounded instead of pointed to prevent people from picking their teeth and from stabbing each other – Source

22. The German word Backpfeifengesicht means a face that cries out for a fist in it. – Source

23. MI6 once hacked an Al-Qaeda website and replaced instructions on how to make a bomb with a cupcake recipe. – Source

24. A bite from a common tick can cause a permanent anaphylactic meat and milk allergy in people. – Source

25. Honey badgers emits smelly, suffocating secretions from its an*l glands to fumigate hives, causing bees to flee and leave their honey for the honey badger – Source


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