200 Fun Facts That You’ll Love To Know
Did you know that 7% of American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows?
100 History Facts They Didn’t Teach You At School
A singing birthday card has more computer power in it than the entire Allied Army of WWII.
100 Interesting Space Facts That’ll Blow Your Mind
Neptune’s moon, Triton, orbits the planet backwards. It’s the only large moon in our solar system that does this.
100 Utterly Amazing Facts You Never Knew
The smallest dinosaur ever discovered is called the Microraptor, and is only 16 inches long.
100 Surprising Technology Facts That You Didn’t Know
“Phantom Vibration Syndrome” is the name for when someone thinks their phone is vibrating, but it isn’t.
100 Fun Food Facts You Wont Believe Are True
Breakfast is NOT the most important meal of the day. In 1944, General Foods coined the phrase to sell more cereal Grape Nuts.
100 Real Facts About Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris was the first westerner to ever receive an 8th-degree black belt Grand Master in Taekwondo.
23 Remarkable Facts About Nestor Carbonell
Nestor Carbonell studied alongside Matthew Fox at high school, who he later worked with in the television show Lost.
15 Inspiring Facts About Steve Jobs
Did you know that Steve Jobs has over 300 patents with his name on them?
20 Appetizing Facts About Gordon Ramsay
Did you know that celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has a black belt in Karate?
45 Fabulous Facts About Rihanna
Did you know that singer-songwriter Rihanna won her High School beauty pageant when she was 16 years old?
35 Interesting Facts About Dwayne Johnson
Did you know that Dwayne Johnson was so tall in school that his classmates thought he was an undercover cop?
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Film & TV Facts
10 Incredible Facts About The Hulk
Did you know that Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was a significant influence in creating The Incredible Hulk?
6 Notable Breakout Characters In Television History
Did you know that in BBC’s Doctor Who, the Doctor wasn’t initially meant to be the main focus of the series?
Food & Drink Facts
10 Most Bizarre Diets You Won’t Believe Exist
Did you know there is a diet called the Air Diet where you eat nothing but air?
5 Brilliant Facts About Broccoli
Did you know that President George H. W. Bush hated broccoli so much he banned it from Air Force One planes?
10 Profound Facts About Potatoes
Did you know that in 1995, potatoes became the first vegetable to be grown in space?
6 Health Benefits of Eating Cranberries
Did you know that Cranberries can slow the effects of memory loss and aging of the skin?
11 Tasty Facts About Seafood
Did you know that oysters can change their gender? Research suggests all oysters will do this at least once during their lifetime.
9 Fruity Facts About Limes
Did you know that some types of limes are actually yellow when ripe?
Health & Body Facts
8 Old Medical Practices That Did More Harm Than Good
In the early 20th Century, there was a popular energy drink called RadiThor that contained radium.
11 Interesting Facts About Running
Did you know that the world’s oldest marathon runner was 101 years old? Fauja Singh ran the London Marathon in 7 hours 49 minutes.
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In 1957 Laika the dog became the first animal to orbit the Earth aboard the Sputnik 2 spacecraft.
15 Surprising Facts About New Jersey
The oldest lighthouse still operating in the US is located at Sandy Hook Unit in New Jersey and was built in the 18th century.
8 Mind-Blowing Facts About Of Mice and Men
Did you know that Lennie Small from “Of Mice and Men” is based on a real person who was in an asylum in California?
8 Strange Facts About Ninjas
Did you know that the Shuriken, or Ninja Star, isn’t even proven to be used by ninjas? It was actually a weapon samurai used.
A Brief History Of The Scottish Kilt
Did you know that the Scottish kilt was actually designed by an Englishman?
Tenacious Facts About The Taurus Zodiac Sign
Did you know that the numbers 6 and 9 are commonly considered lucky numbers for Taurus?
More Popular Facts
15 Mind-Blowing Facts About Massachusetts
Did you know that there’s a house made of 100,000 newspapers in Rockport, Massachusetts, USA?
What Is A Hunter’s Moon?
Did you know that once every three years, the full moon of October is known as the Harvest moon?
9 Satisfying Facts About The Sea Turtle
Did you know that the oldest sea turtle fossil discovered was around 120 million years old?
14 Interesting Facts About The Number 14
Did you know that the word “fortnight” is shorthand for fourteen nights?
21 Weird & Wonderful Unknown World Records
In January 2012, a parrot achieved a world record for opening 35 canned drinks in one minute.
15 Mind-Blowing Facts About Maryland
There’s a community in Maryland called Boring. It has 40 houses, a church, Post Office, a fire company, and well… not much else.
8 Interesting Facts About Phobos
Scientists believe that both moons of Mars (Phobos and Deimos) are comprised of rock and ice.
30 Inspiring Facts About Patagonia
Since 1983 Patagonia has implemented an “earth tax” on itself, donating at least 1% of its sales to environmental groups.
15 Interesting Facts About Bill Gates
Bill Gates’ home is called Xanadu 2.0, which is a reference to the motion picture Citizen Kane.
What Is A Harvest Moon?
Did you know that the full moon closest to September Equinox is known as the Harvest Moon?
9 Fascinating Facts About Blue Jay Birds
Did you know that blue jay birds can live up to seven years in the wild and up to 26 years in captivity?
12 Exciting Facts About The Eiffel Tower
Did you know that taking photos of the Eiffel Tower after dusk is illegal?