People Facts

People Facts

There are 189 People Facts!

6 days ago
There's a man named Raffi Stepanian who mines diamonds and gold from New York City sidewalks, making over $600 in one week.
10 days ago
Hu Xiaoyun, dumped for being poor by his ex-girlfriend seven years ago, spent $40,000 booking four entire IMAX cinemas for first-day showings of Transformers 4 - just to prove her wrong.
15 days ago
A study had men report their own penis size, and the average was found to be 6.1-6.5 inches. A subsequent clinical study actually measured penises, and found the average size to be 5.1-5.7 inches.
22 days ago
Men are more attracted to women whose bone structure is similar to their own mothers. It's called "sexual imprinting".
25 days ago
In Japan, ‘yaeba’ or crooked teeth in girls is considered cute and attractive, and girls in fact undergo procedures to un-straighten their teeth.
1 month ago
Karl Pillemer, a professor, performed a study on thousands of elderly people and what advice they had about life. On happiness, there was a consensus: “the elders viewed happiness as a choice, not the result of how life treats you.”
2 months ago
There are 189 people named 'Lol' in the U.S.
2 months ago
People who are more likeable and attractive are generally perceived as more intelligent. This is called the “Halo Effect.”
2 months ago
Worrying too much is scientifically associated with higher intelligence. People who over-think tend to have higher IQs.
2 months ago
The first man to swim the length of Great Britain grew a beard to stop jellyfish stinging his face.
2 months ago
The “cheerleader effect”, the theory that girls look more attractive in groups, is scientifically proven.
2 months ago
In 2002, Kenyan Maasai tribespeople donated 14 cows to the US to help with the aftermath of 9/11.
2 months ago
Only 10-20% of the population can wiggle their ears and raise one eyebrow.
2 months ago
A couple had their wedding rings engraved with a waveform of their own voices saying "I do."
4 months ago
Jack Daniel’s last words were “One last drink, please”.
4 months ago
Studies suggest that people who appear to be constantly distracted have more "working memory" and "sharper brains".
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