Total Random Factoids…

A little something to make the day go by faster…. Just for laughs!  

Second Street’ is the most common street name in the U.S.; ‘First Street’ is the sixth!

At race tracks, the favorite wins fewer than 30% of the time.

At birth, a panda bear is smaller than a mouse.

In Holland, you can be fined for not using a shopping basket at a grocery store!

In Tibet it is considered good manners to stick out your tongue at someone.

Most car horns honk in the key of ‘F’.

In Texas it’s illegal to put graffiti on someone else’s cow.

Rats can’t vomit, that’s why rat poison works.

A bowling pin need only tilt 7.5 degrees to fall.

Beavers can swim half a mile underwater on one gulp of air. Polar bear fur is not white, it’s clear.

It is illegal to purchase or consume Jack Daniel’s Whiskey in the town in which it is produced!

Americans did not commonly use forks until after the Civil War.

The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven.

One can see the stars during the day from the bottom of a well.

A hard working adult sweats up to 4 gallons per day.

Before toilet paper was invented, French royalty wiped their bottoms with fine linen.

Penguins can change salt water into fresh water.

Pocahontas appeared on the back of the $20 bill in 1875.

Cats make over 100 different vocal sounds; dogs can make about ten.

One in three snake bite victims is drunk.

One in five is tatooed.

The bark of an older redwood tree is fireproof.

Female canaries cannot sing.

New Jersey was originally called Albania!

A man once sued his doctor because he survived his cancer longer than the doctor predicted.

First-cousin marriages are legal in Utah, so long as both parties are 65 or older!

About twenty-five percent of the population sneezes when they are exposed to light.

The average housefly weighs 10 to 15 millionths of a pound.

A snail can sleep for three years.

China has more English speakers than the United States.

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