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You are about 1 centimeter taller in the morning than in the evening!

The leading cause of poisoning for children under the age of six in the home is liquid dish soap.

The banana tree cannot reproduce itself. It can be propagated only by the hand of man.

Cashew nut shells contain oil that is extremely irritating to human skin.

Research indicates that plants grow healthier when they are stroked.

McDonald's is the world's largest distributor of toys!

To sell your home faster, and for more money, paint it yellow.

It is possible for a scorpion to sting itself to death as they are not immune to their own poison!

The first domain name ever registered was Symbolics.com.

The ashes of the average cremated person weigh nine pounds.

Beelzebub is Hebrew for 'Lord of the Flies'.

At 188 decibels, the whistle of the blue whale is the loudest sound produced by any animal

The Stanley Cup originally was only seven and a half inches high.

Bluebirds cannot see the color blue.

Honolulu is the only place in the United States that has a royal palace!

Tipping at a restaurant in Iceland is considered an insult.

Windmills always turn counter-clockwise. Except for the windmills in Ireland!

The first hard drive available for the Apple II had a capacity of only 5 megabytes.

Women who are romance novel readers are reported to make love 74% more often with their partners than women who do not read romance novels.

X-rays of the Mona Lisa show that there are three completely different versions of the same subject, all painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, under the final portrait.

X-rays of the Mona Lisa show that there are three completely different versions of the same subject, all painted by Leonardo Da Vinci, under the final portrait. Facebook Twitter More Social Share Options