The most unimportant things you'll never need to know.
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When suspect Taylor Parker threw his gun out the window during a police chase in Des Moines, Iowa, he accidentally shot out his own tire.
Edward Grant of Middletown, New Jersey, caught a fish that had a giant bite out of it—it had healed around the injury and seemed healthy.
For exercise, U.S. president Calvin Coolidge rode an electric horse that was installed in the White House three times a day.
Even though you can see a lightning bolt from more than 100 miles away, the sound of thunder can only travel a dozen miles or so.
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According to the app's data, the most popular emoji used for Venmo transactions is the piece of pizza.
According to the app's data, Venmo is more popular during dinner than lunch and breakfast.
Nicolas Cage's real name is Nicolas Coppola—his stage name was inspired by Marvel's Luke Cage, one of his favorite comic characters.
"Luke Cage, Hero for Hire #1" in 1972 was Marvel's first solo title starring an African American hero.
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The creator of Barbie and the creator of Hot Wheels were married.
Sculpture student Jakub Hadrava created ghosts to inhabit an abandoned church—the ghosts generated tourism, which paid to repair the church.
There exists an hour-long YouTube video of Matthew McConaughey sitting in a diner, sipping coffee and watching the rain.
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The Ball Pool Bar Dive in Osaka, Japan, has no furniture—just a massive ball pit. Don't worry, all of the cocktails come with lids.
According to a new study, your brain knows you've quenched your thirst before the beverage of choice even hits your bloodstream.
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The X-ray sign in the opening credits of "Scrubs" was backwards for nearly five whole seasons.
Nearly 95 percent of all clothing waste in the U.S. could be reused and recycled.
In Thai, the phrase "Mai mai mai mai mai" means “New wood doesn’t burn, does it?”—each "mai" is given a different tone when read aloud.
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The Spanish phrase "¿Cómo como? Como como como!" means “How do I eat? I eat like I eat!”
The Danish sentence "Far, får får får?" translates to “Father, do sheep have sheep?”
The Latin sentence "Malo malo malo malo" could be interpreted as “I would rather be in an apple tree than a wicked man in adversity.”
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Most experts believe the word "Yeti" comes from a Sherpa word, possibly yeh-teh meaning “small, man-like animal” or meti meaning “bear.”
Of the Yeti, Bigfoot, and the Abominable Snowman, the Yeti is the oldest with Himalayan, pre-Buddhist roots.
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Six-inch-tall humans would potentially use 1728 times fewer resources than an average-height human.
In 1994, Lisa Kudrow co-authored a scientific paper on the relation between handedness and both cluster and migraine headaches.