Top Unusual Facts About Ladybugs

Here is a short video with five interesting facts about ladybugs – and an extra fact for you: In England, Ladybugs are known as Ladybirds! If you don’t feel like reading, scroll down to watch the video! Ladybugs, the small, spotted beetles that are commonly seen in gardens, come in a variety of colors and […]

10 Amazing Facts About the Human Body

If the human body fascinates you, you’ll love these facts! Check out the awesome video at the bottom giving the top ten amazing facts about the human body, or you can read the facts below. Bones are four times stronger than concrete. The human body produces enough saliva in a lifetime to fill two swimming […]

5 Fun Facts About French Fries

Today, I share with you an interesting video by GeoBeats that gives you the top five fun facts you could ever want to know about French Fries. French fries are, perhaps, poorly named, since they originate in Belgium and are most popular in America. In England these are referred to as “chips”. Though French fries […]

5 Facts About Wind Chimes

Most people know what a wind chime is, but what do you actually know about them? Here’s five fun wind chime facts to fill your head with. Wind chimes have been employed in a number of uses, including warding off spirits, welcoming guests, and producing music. Though metal is the most common material used for […]

The World Is Obsessed With Facebook

Here are some really interesting facts and statistics about the social network Facebook, and how popular it has become over the years. If you’d prefer to watch the video, scroll to the bottom! As of 2011, there are 500,000,000 active Facebook users – that’s 1 in every 13 people on earth. 48% of 18 to […]

Facts About Pizza and Hamburgers

Whilst pizza and hamburgers may not be the healthiest of foods you could eat, they certainly taste great! Check out these top fun facts about pizza & hamburgers – you can also scroll further down to watch the videos. Pizza originated as a simple piece of flat-bread, garnished with whatever kinds of food were readily […]

Social Media – Facebook Facts

Did you know over 200 million users access their Facebook account via a mobile phone? Or that on average, there are 24 million new photos uploaded each day? Facebook is accessed even more than Google everyday, which is mind blowing to think about.  Even so, only 50% of Facebook accounts are logged into on a […]

The Positions of Satellites Around Earth

This collection by Analytic Graphics Inc. shows real-time positions of 13,000 satellites around the Earth in Google Earth. It’s shocking how NASA doesn’t hit any of them with their rockets. It’s strange to think that when we’re stargazing, lots of the specs in the sky are actually satellites! And to imagine that all of these […]

5 Quick Fun Facts About Locks

Here’s a short below video giving some interesting facts about locks. Check out the facts here if you can’t watch the video. Like many timeless inventions, the oldest locks were developed by the ancient Egyptians thousands of years ago. There are six main designs of lock that are used in a majority of doors and […]

Shocking Facts You Did Not Know A Minute Ago

Today we share with you an interesting video which gives a lot of random facts and 'Did you know' questions. Random facts are always fun to learn and keep in your back pocket for conversation. Check out the video here!

A Brief History of Pretty Much Everything

Here’s really cool stop animation about the history of pretty much everything. It’s really enjoyable to watch and the music is epic! Enjoy! The thing that makes this animation so awesome is the fact that it’s a flip-book, made entirely out of biro pens. Overall, it’s roughly 2,100 pages long and about 50 jotter books. […]

A Brief History Of Lego

Here is a video I created for a University project which explains a brief history of Lego. If you love Lego, check out the video and share! 1932: The business was set up in Denmark by Ole Kirk Christian and his son, wooden toys were sold. 1949: The company produces Automatic Binding Bricks, which are […]