Be surprised by the 81 Curiosities that no one has ever discovered!
1. The German chocolate cake is named after a person named Sam German, not the country.
2. The number of people who died by the guillotine in Nazi Germany is almost similar to that of the French Revolution.
3. Did you know that the type of animal that kills the most human beings in the world annually is mosquitoes?
4. In Arizona there is a team of cheerleaders composed only of participants aged 55 and over, it is the Sun City Poms.
5. Another way of saying “What the hell?” is “What in tarnation?”.
6. Chainsaws were created with the aim of helping childbirth and not for making horror films.
7. There is a Japanese island that accepts visitors and has friendly rabbits as its main inhabitants.
8. There are more public libraries in the United States than McDonald’s.
9. The last letter that was added in the English alphabet by, amazingly, the letter J.
10. The city of Strasbourg, France, suffered from a “plague of dance” in 1518.
11. In the 18th century, it was a symbol of beauty to use fake moles made of silk, velvet or rat skin.
12. 75% of people said they dreamed of black and white before color televisions were disseminated around the world.
13. In 1970, an architecture student prevented a building in Manhattan from collapsing after realizing a major problem with the building’s design.
14. In Sweden, it is forbidden to use only one guinea pig to carry out experiments, as they may end up feeling alone.
15. The British royal family cannot play Monopoly.
16. The Wombat poop is made in the form of cubes.
17. Before the Great Depression, cinemas hated popcorn.
18. Paper bags actually do more harm to the environment than plastic bags.
19. Women were alerted by specialists in the 19th century about a disease that was called “bicycle face”, caused by the faces made by women when cycling.
20. Women could only drive on Main Street in Waynesboro, Virginia, if their husband was sitting in front of the car and waving a red flag, until the 1980s.
21. The voice actors for Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse ended up getting married.
22. A rat can be dissolved by a can of Mountain Dew.
23. The planet Uranus has come to be called George for a short period of time.
24. A lawsuit against Rasputin in 1930 made the films need to make it clear that they are fictional.
25. In Iceland, there is an elf who inspects construction sites before construction to make sure that there are no elves near the site.
26. Several American women created an anti-flirt club in the 1920s to fight whistles.
27. Toilet seat covers have no special function.
28. In the Bahamas, an island is inhabited by swimming pigs.
29. Louis Armstrong received a bag of marijuana smuggled in by Richard Nixon.
30. The Cyclops was created by the Greeks after they found a mammoth fossil and did not know what it was about.
31. In addition to lowercase letters, there are also lowercase numbers.
32. The McRib sandwich has 70 ingredients!
33. The first person who managed to have a cesarean section in South Africa was a doctor in the name of Dr. James Barry.
34. Melbourne was once called Batmania.
35. A black lab was elected mayor of Sunol, California, in 1981.
36. Lego doesn’t just make toys, it is the largest tire manufacturer in the world.
37. “Buttload” is nothing more than a real measure of weight.
38. If someone gives an opinion on a subject that he does not know, he is an ultra-confederate.
39. The sand on Normandy beach is made up of 4% glass shards that were broken on D-Day.
40. Apologizing is so common in Canada that in 2009 the Apology Act was approved, responsible for declaring that the apology could not be used to admit guilt.
41. Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt have already fled a dinner at the White House so they can board a flight to Baltimore.
42. A choice in Minnesota offers year-round photos in the service dog yearbook.
43. Most villains in American films have a British accent because they are considered to be very intellectual and low moral people.
44. The Earth has already been covered by mushrooms that were up to 7 meters high and 1 meter wide.
45. Mother’s Day was invented as an anti-commercial action.
46. There is a sexual phenomenon under the name of President Calvin Coolidge.
47. The Chupa Chups logo was designed by Salvador Dalí.
48. Fiorello LaGuardia, who was mayor of New York City, was responsible for introducing modern underwear.
49. In St. Petersburg, Russia, the Hermitage Museum has so many cats in its territory that it has an employee as a “Press Secretary for Cats”.
50. 13 years before the Titanic was built, a writer managed to predict that he would sink.
51. In Poland, there is a city completely decorated with flower designs.
52. On Earth there are trees capable of bearing different fruits and these are called fruit salad trees.
53. In the 19th century there was a slang that referred to sex and was called “horizontal refreshment”.
54. You cannot have a pet rabbit in Queensland, Australia, if you are not a magician.
55. Elizabeth Jennings Graham did something similar to what Rosa Parks did, but a century earlier, on a New York streetcar. Her act was responsible for encouraging the end of segregation in public transport in New York.
56. Sea otters can store their favorite stones in a bag that is located under the forearm.
57. The main purpose of starting to sell t-shirts was to favor single men who were unable to sew buttons and shirts with collars.
58. Squirrels were the most famous pets in America before the 20th century.
59. Ketchup was already sold as a medicine in the 1830s.
60. On April 18, 1930, a BBC radio announcer had to say “There is no news”, because that day was very bad for news.
61. Before 1800 people went to sleep twice a day. First they would lie down to sleep for 3 to 4 hours, then they would stay awake for 2 to 3 hours to do some kind of activity and then they would go back to sleep until morning.
62. Cows manage to form bonds of friendship and become stressed when they are separated from their best friends.
63. Froot Loops have the same flavor, regardless of colors.
64. Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, was close to three of the four presidential murders that took place in the USA.
65. If you behave violently or are drunk in Japan, the police will put you on a burrito futon.
66. On average, all mammals take 12 seconds to poop, no matter the size of the animal.
67. Miami stands out for being the only large city in the United States that was founded by a woman.
68. Do not believe the story of lemmings that jump off cliffs to die, as it is false.
69. Travelers who pass through Kentucky Airport and are anxious can have fun with mini horses.
70. In 1965, they patented a device designed to assist childbirth … turning pregnant women up to 7G so that their baby could be thrown out with centrifugal force.
71. In 1975 a cat acted as a co-author of a physics article.
72. Did you know that corn flakes were created to suppress masturbation.
73. When the University of Nebraska participates in a football match in its homeland, it becomes the largest city in the state with a stadium capacity.
74. The character Sausage from the Scooby Doo cartoon is actually called Norville Rogers.
75. Annually, the Mars Curiosity rover robot sings a “Happy Birthday” song for himself on August 5th.
76. There are snakes capable of belching fire.
77. In Japan, tunnels were built so that turtles were not hit by trains.
78. “She sells seashells” was written based on a real person named Mary Anning.
79. Mr. Rogers made an announcement saying that he fed his fish during all the episodes of his programs, since a blind viewer once asked if they were okay.
80. Red Sour Patch Kids are nothing more than the same sweets as Swedish Fish, the difference is only in the addition of sour sugar on them.
81. Baby puffins are called pufflings.