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The average American/Canadian drinks about 600 sodas a year!
When your face blushes, the lining of your stomach turns red, too.
A man gets robbed in London every 4.5 minutes! (and he is getting fed up of it)
Termites work 24 hours per day and they do not sleep.
Pilgrims did not eat with forks. They only used spoons, knives and their fingers.
There are more than one million animal species on Earth!
The chances of you dying on the way to get your lottery tickets is greater than your chances of winning.
In Ancient Greece, if a woman watched even one Olympic event, she was executed.
In 2012, a Chinese man named Xiao Fan had a dress made out of 9,999 red roses for his girlfriend and then proposed - 9 in China means forever
Mosquitoes prefer certain blood types, and people with the “O” blood type are more likely to get bitten.
The oldest creature ever found was Ming the clam at an admirable 507 years old.
Passengers on the Beijing subway can pay with plastic bottles.
There are more nerve cells in the human brain than there are stars in the Milky Way.
Coca Cola was the first beverage company to use Santa for a winter promotion.
Google was originally called "BackRub".
There's a mysterious satellite of unknown origin that's orbiting Earth. Dubbed the Black Knight Satellite, astronomers have been reporting strange radio signals allegedly coming from the satellite since the 1930s - before NASA or the Soviet Union put satellites into space.
Rain contains vitamin B12.
Omar bin Laden (Osama's son) was denied citizenship in Britain in 2007 because "Omar failed to provide his father's permanent address".
Chained dogs are 3 times more likely to bite than unchained dogs.
The reason why old books have such a distinct smell is because hundreds of organic compounds in the pages break down over time and release chemicals that smell like almond, vanilla, and grass.