Sunday is commonly a day of rest in Western countries, but did you know that's not the case worldwide? In some countries, Sunday is considered the first day of the week, not the last. Check out these other 22 surprising facts about Sunday!
Saturday is the first official day of the regular two-day weekend, and is usually synonymous with sleeping in late, being lazy, or going for a night out to paint the town. Whether you prefer to use your day off to relax or go out, here are 22 facts about Saturday!
Friday, the final day before the wonderful weekend! All you have to do is get through one final day of work! In honor of everyone's favorite weekday (mostly because it doesn't feel like one), let's check out these 22 fantastic facts about Friday.
For a regular weekday, there's an interesting amount of history behind the origins of the name for Thursday. Thursday is also a day featured heavily in Christian lore, so let’s take a look at all the interesting and surprising facts about Thursday!
Ah Wednesday, the final hump to get you through the bulk of the weekdays and onward to the weekend! That’s why it is called "Hump Day" in America, because it's all smooth sailing from there on out. To celebrate, check out these wonderful Wednesday facts!
One thing most of us can agree on is that Tuesday doesn’t suck as bad as Monday! Regardless of where you’re from, or what Tuesday usually means to you, let’s have a look at all the interesting facts there are about Tuesday.
It is a universally recognized fact that Mondays suck. Once Monday gets here, it officially means that the weekend is over! In order to get yourself through the week, check out these facts about everyone's least favorite day of the week.
Drinking is one of mankind’s oldest pastimes. Did you know that the world’s oldest known recipe is one for beer? That’s right; alcohol has a long history and a great significance in mankind’s modern society - but what about in the animal kingdom? Well, lets take a look!
Lobsters, when taken from the sea, are usually a muddy brownish-green color. Everybody knows that when they're cooked they turn a bright pinky-reddish color. Although most people don't know that lobsters can come in some really rare & crazy colors!
Vera Farmiga is an actress well-known to many. Chances are if you’ve seen her recently, it will be in A&E’s modern prequel to horror classic Pyscho, Bates Motel, where she plays the infamous Norma Bates. If you're a fan of the show, or the actress, here are 50 fun facts about Vera Farmiga!