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In a census, 70,000 Australians mentioned "Jediism" as religion.
Zimbabwe's first president after independence was called Banana. In 1982, he passed a law that expressly forbade jokes about it.
If you were to dig a hole from one side of the earth's surface to the other and jump in, the dive would take 38 minutes and 11 seconds.
For a musician in Spotify to get paid the American minimum wage of 1,260 US dollars per month, his songs have to be streamed around 1.1 million times.
Annie Hawkins-Turner (aka Norma Stitz) has the largest natural breasts in the world - an around chest-over-nipple measurement of 177.8 cm.
The Statue of Liberty functioned initially as a lighthouse.
Rich people live in average 10 years more than the poor.
Chocolate can protect against tooth decay.
Humans unconsciously sniff their hands after handshaking.
The daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley was born exactly 9 months after the wedding of her parents.
Using the word "no" is very impolite in Japan.
Penguins can only taste salty and sour.
The website howoldistheinter.net shows how old the Internet is.
Camel wrestling championships take place every year in Turkey.
In Japan there is a restaurant where you will be served by monkeys.
Dogs can differentiate if a human is happy or angry by looking at people's faces.
To improve the security in Venice, gondolas must use license plates.
Men with higher levels of testosterone-the hormone associated with risk-taking behavior and heightened sex drive in men-tend to love spicy food.
A US-American entrepreneur created a perfume that makes cattle smell like people.
The offspring of a cross between a donkey and a zebra is called Zonkey.
Six of the actors in "Game of Thrones" used to work as pornographic film actors.
In Singapore, the purchase and the chewing of chewing gum are illegal.
Pain improve memory.
The Island of Aoshima in Japan is dominated by cats.
The X-ray image in the intro of Scrubs hangs always backwards.
Jack the Stripper was an unidentified serial killer responsible for what came to be known as the London "nude murders" between 1964 and 1965.
"@#$%&!" the symbols to substitute for profanity is called a "grawlix".
The longest marriage of history was the one of Daniel and Susan Bakeman from the United States at 91 years, 12 days.
The first jockstrap in hockey was used in 1874, the first helmet only in 1974.
In Scotland, there is a waterfall, whose translated name means "waterfall waterfall waterfall".
In Vienna, there is the "Club of the friends of the number pi" to become a member, you have the tell the first 100 digits of PI.
Dogs are forbidden in Antarctica.