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2663 Victoria's Secret-Victoria’s Secret was founded by a guy in the 1970’s, who had a very unpleasant experience while trying to buy his wife some underwear. The employees treated him as a pervert. Victoria’s Secret almost failed since it catered mostly to men in the beginning.

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2664 Bolivia Prison-Inmates at a Bolivia prison live as a society. They have jobs, buy or rent their accommodation, and often live with their families.

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2665 Bag of cocaine-In 1994, a 75-pound bag of cocaine fell out of a plane and landed in the middle of a Florida crime watch meeting.

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2666 Challenger Tank-The longest tank-to-tank kill in history occurred when a Challenger tank destroyed an Iraqi T-62 at a range of 5100 meters (over 3 miles).

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2667 Sony Rootkit-Sony installed rootkits through millions of CDs, and their president knew but said people shouldn’t care about it.

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2668 Mars bars-Mars Inc. don’t support the practice of deep-frying Mars bars in batter, as “deep-frying one of our products would go against our commitment to promoting healthy, active lifestyles.”

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2669 Shailene Woodley-In the movie Divergent, the sound that Peter (Miles Teller) makes when Tris (Shailene Woodley) punches him in the throat is genuine. Woodley didn't want to hurt Teller, so she was being timid. As filming continued, Teller and Woodley got more aggressive and during one take, Woodley actually hit him in the throat, which Teller wasn't expecting. This is the take that is in the movie.

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2670 Princess sickness-“Princess sickness” is a term used in China and Korea to describe a psychological phenomenon affecting young women characterized by narcissism, egocentrism and melodramatic personality resulting in individuals acting like princesses.

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2661 Mike Tyson-Tyson saw Muhammad Ali’s last match at the age of 14 and got mad at Larry Holmes who beat Ali. Tyson got Ali on the phone and said: I’ll grow up and get him back for you. Seven years later Tyson met Holmes. Retired Ali stepped in the ring and said: “Remember what you promised.” Tyson destroyed Holmes in 4th.

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2662 Tsunami Motorcycle-A motorcycle swept away by the Japanese tsunami in 2011 washed up on the shore in Canada in 2012. The owner was identified and the motorcycle was returned.

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2677 Reinheitsgebot-April 16, 2016 will be the 500 year anniversary of Bavaria adopting the Reinheitsgebot. It is a law that said that the only ingredients that could be used in the production of beer were water, barley and hops. It was later amended to include yeast.

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2678 Steve Wozniak-Steve Wozniak put a fake bomb in a locker during high school and spent the night in a juvenile detention center where he taught prisoners how to disconnect the ceiling fan wires and connect them to bars so it would shock people on touch.

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2679 Wal-Mart de Mexico-On September 4, 2008, the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice ruled that Wal-Mart de Mexico, the Mexican subsidiary of Wal-Mart, must cease paying its employees in part with vouchers redeemable only at Wal-Mart stores.

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2680 Rep. William Barksdale-In 1858, a massive brawl between more than 50 U.S. Representatives ended when a missed punch between two Reps knocked the wig off of Representative Barksdale's head. The embarrassed Barksdale accidentally replaced the wig backwards, causing both sides to erupt in spontaneous laughter.

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2671 Prince-In April 2008, Prince covered “Creep” at Coachella. This version was captured on a video and uploaded to Youtube. However, it was quickly taken down at Prince’s request. After finding out about the blocking, Thom Yorke was quoted as saying: “Well, tell him to unblock it. It's our song.”

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2672 Chris Pratt-James Gunn wanted Chris Pratt for Guardians of the Galaxy so much that he was willing to CGI a six pack on the actor.

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2673 Margaret Thatcher-Margaret Thatcher was reportedly more proud of becoming the first Prime Minister with a science degree than the first female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

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2674 Jennifer Aniston-Friend stars were paid $75,000 per episode in season three, $85,000 in season four, $100,000 in season five, $125,000 in season six, $750,000 in seasons seven and eight, and $1 million in seasons nine and ten, making Aniston, Cox, and Kudrow the highest paid TV actresses of all-time.

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2675 Ronda Rousey-Ronda Rousey tries to have “as much sex as possible” before a match since she says it boosts testosterone levels.

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2676 Mosquito alarm-The Mosquito alarm was used in some places to repel young people by emitting a high frequency sound that was only audible to youngsters. But teenagers started using this sound as a ringtone to avoid it being heard by teachers.

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2684 Vivid Dreams-When people stop smoking weed, they experience a huge increase in their dreams and their vividness for the next 2-7 weeks due to the brain trying to catch up on all the missed REM sleep.

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2685 Bryan Cranston-During the filming of Malcolm in the Middle, Bryan Cranston (Hal) would invite Erik Per Sullivan (Dewey) to spend weekends with his family and children so he could experience a more normal childhood.

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2686 Unicorns-The bible mentions unicorns 9 times.

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2687 Bed Mites-Not making your bed exposes bed mites to fresh air and light, which dehydrates them. Making your bed traps stale air and moisture under the sheets, providing the perfect environment for bed mites to flourish.

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2688 Gen.George S.Patton-General George S. Patton received orders to bypass the German city of Trier as it was estimated that 4 divisions would be needed for a successful assault ,but he had already taken Trier by the time the message arrived. He responded, ‘Have taken Trier with 2 divisions, do you want me to give it back?’

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2689 Nigerian airport Scam-Nigerian scammers once sold a fake airport to a major international bank for $242 million, and the scam wasn’t discovered till 3 years later.

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2690 Cooking Housewife-The poverty line in America was designed assuming every family had a housewife who was a skillful cook.

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2681 Gravestone QR codes-QR codes have been popping up in cemeteries. When you scan a code on a gravestone, you can read an obituary and see photos of the deceased.

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2682 Alex Stone-A South Carolina high school student named Alex Stone was arrested and suspended, and had his locker searched because of a creative writing assignment where he mentioned buying a gun to shoot his neighbor’s pet dinosaur.

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2683 Mr. Potato Head-Mr. Potato Head kits came without a body from 1952 until 1964, expecting you to provide your own potatoes.

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