Mr. Bean

Rowan Atkinson First Tested His Mr. Bean Character in Front of a French-Speaking Audience at the Canadian “Just for Laughs” Festival in 1987.

Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis created Mr. Bean. The show was produced by Tiger Aspect and starred Atkinson himself as the title character. The sitcom comprises 15 episodes co-written by Atkinson, Curtis, and Robin Driscoll, with Ben Elton co-writing the pilot. But did you know how Rowan Atkinson tested his Mr. Bean character?  Rowan Atkinson …

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Rudolf Vrba

Rudolf Vrba and Another Man Escaped from Auschwitz. They Hid in a Hole Outside the Inner Perimeter Fence for Three Days and Got Away on the 4th Day.

Auschwitz started as a Polish army barracks in southern Poland. In September 1939, Nazi Germany invaded and occupied Poland, and by May 1940, the site had been converted into a political prison. But did you know some people escaped the concentration camp? Rudolf Vrba and another man escaped Auschwitz by noting that the search lasted …

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Queen Elizabeth

Fewer than 100,000 British People were Older than the Late Queen Elizabeth. She is the Only Monarch 85% of Her Subject Have Ever Known.

Another claim to fame has been made for The Queen as she approaches a milestone in her already historic reign. Research has determined how many of her subjects have lived longer than she has. Do you know how many British people were actually older than the late Queen Elizabeth? Only about 100,000 British citizens are …

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Mars Incorporated

Mars Incorporated, the Maker of Snickers, Milky Way, M&Ms, Skittles, and Other Candies, is Owned by the Mars Family. They are Reclusive and Rarely Participate in Interviews. As of 2020, the Combined Wealth of the Family Amounted to $125 Billion

Mars Incorporated is a multinational American manufacturer of confectionery, pet food, and other products. But they are more popularly known for their Snickers, Milky Way, M&M, and Skittles brands. But do you know who owns the leading manufacturer of sweets? Mars Incorporated, the maker of Snickers, Milky Way, M&Ms, Skittles, and other candies, is still …

Mars Incorporated, the Maker of Snickers, Milky Way, M&Ms, Skittles, and Other Candies, is Owned by the Mars Family. They are Reclusive and Rarely Participate in Interviews. As of 2020, the Combined Wealth of the Family Amounted to $125 Billion Read More »

Height is Inversely Correlated with Life Expectancy. According to Studies, Men Below 5’9” Live, on Average, About 4.95 Years Longer than Men Above 5’9”.

The bigger is better myth has been promoted in the last 20 years by studies that found that taller people have better health. In addition to genetics and heredity, adult height is primarily determined by nutritional intake during infancy and childhood. The better your diet, the healthier and taller you’ll be. But did you know …

Height is Inversely Correlated with Life Expectancy. According to Studies, Men Below 5’9” Live, on Average, About 4.95 Years Longer than Men Above 5’9”. Read More »

Rubber Duckie

The Sesame Street Song “Rubber Duckie” Peaked at Number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and Reached Number 10 in Australia.

The Rubber Duckie song is performed on Sesame Street by the Muppet character Ernie who Jim Henson himself voices. Ernie’s toy, a rubber duck, affectionately known as Rubber Duckie, inspired the song. But did you know the song was so popular that it made it to the Billboard Hot 100 Chart? On September 26th, 1970, …

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Polar bear (Ursus maritimus) on ice floe. Svalbard, Norway.

Polar Bears Actually Have Transparent Hollow Fur and Have Black Skin.

The polar bear is a hypercarnivorous bear native to the Arctic Circle, including the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas, and land masses. It is the largest surviving bear species and the most significant surviving land carnivore. But did you know that a polar bear’s skin is actually black? Polar bears have black skin and transparent …

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American Cheese

American Cheese is a Combination of Cheddar, Colby, Washed Curd, or Granular Cheeses. According to Federal Law, This Product Must be Labeled as “Processed American Cheese.”

Cheese is an essential component of classic grilled cheese, and the queso makes it melty and delicious. American cheese, whether bright orange or pristine white, sold in a huge block or individually wrapped in plastic, is a time-honored component of many American recipes and diets. But did you know American Cheese is actually a combination …

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Bo Jackson

Bo Jackson is the Only Professional Athlete in History to be Named an All-Star in Both Baseball and Football.

The odds of becoming a professional athlete are often stacked against aspiring talents. The odds of excelling at multiple sports against elite competition are astronomical. But do you know who is the only professional athlete in history to be named all-star in both baseball and football?  Bo Jackson is the only professional athlete in history …

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George Bush

During the 1992 State Banquet, President George H.W. Bush Vomited on Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa’s Lap. The Incident Caused a Wave of Jokes and Ridicule.

Former US President George H.W. Bush fainted after vomiting on Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa’s lap. According to Bush’s doctors, the incident was caused by acute gastroenteritis, leading to him losing consciousness.  During a 1992 state banquet, George HW Bush puked on the lap of Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa. The incident sparked a wave …

During the 1992 State Banquet, President George H.W. Bush Vomited on Japanese Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa’s Lap. The Incident Caused a Wave of Jokes and Ridicule. Read More »