1. In Japan, Ronald McDonald is called Donald McDonald due to a lack of a clear "r" sound in Japanese.
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  2. Farts have been clocked at a speed of 10 feet per second (7 mph).
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  3. "Fart Battles" were popular art scrolls created in Japan during the Edo period.
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  4. 51% Of People Think Stormy Weather Affects Cloud Computing.
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  5. A "butt" was a Medieval unit of measure for wine.
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  6. 7% of religious Americans pray to God about finding a good parking spot.
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  7. If you have a pizza with radius Z and thickness A, its volume is =
    Pi*Z*Z*A
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  8. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia
    is the fear of long words.
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  9. In Spanish, the word "esposas" means both "wives" and "handcuffs."
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  10. Every human being starts out as an asshole: it's the first part of the body to form in the womb.
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  11. 2.6 million Kenyans practice
    the "sport" of naked night-running.
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  12. In 2011, a woman
    bought a "non-visible"
    piece of art
    for $10,000.
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  13. On her 120th birthday, the oldest person ever recorded said: "I only have one wrinkle and I'm sitting on it."
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  14. You can change your language on Facebook to "Pirate."
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  15. Ronaldinho's deal with Coca-Cola ended after he was caught sipping a Pepsi in a news conference.
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  16. svangerskabsforebyggende middel
    is a Danish word for "condom."
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  17. If you search for "askew" in Google, the content will tilt slightly to the right.
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  18. Mexican General Santa Anna had an elaborate state funeral for his amputated leg.
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  19. A Cleveland Browns fan requested six Cleveland Browns pallbearers at his funeral so "the Browns could let him down one last time".
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  20. 55% of Americans think they are smarter than the average American.
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  21. The more features your phone has, the longer you spend in the toilet.
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  22. Paris Syndrome is a psychological disorder, mainly suffered by Japanese people, caused after realizing Paris isn't what they expected.
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  23. In Dorset, Minnesota, a 3-year-old boy was elected as mayor .
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  24. In Greek mythology,
    it was believed that redheads
    turn into vampires when they die.
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  25. Construction workers in Brazil cemented a car on a pavement after its driver refused to move it.
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  26. 1 In 4 Americans thinks the Sun goes around the Earth.
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  27. 1 in 10 Americans thinks HTML --the language of web pages-- is a sexually transmitted disease.
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  28. There's a "DUMB Starbucks" where every product has the word "dumb" in front of it.
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  29. When Montenegro became independent from Yugoslavia, its Internet domain name went from .yu to .me.
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  30. The scientific name for the Western lowland gorilla is Gorilla gorilla gorilla.
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  31. In 2007, A Bosnian couple divorced after discovering both had an online affair with each other under fake names.
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  32. The average speed of Heinz Ketchup squirt is .028 MPH.
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  33. 35% of American workers said they would forgo a pay raise in exchange for having their boss fired.
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  34. In the U.S., there's an official
    Rock Paper Scissors League.
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  35. Shakira was rejected from the school choir because the teacher thought she sounded like a goat.
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  36. Leonardo DiCaprio's name is Leonardo because his mother was standing in front of a Leonardo Da Vinci's portrait when he first kicked.
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  37. A group of owls is called a Parliament.
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  38. The word pencil comes from a Latin word meaning "small penis."
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  39. The American secret service tried to spike Hitler's food with female hormones to feminize him.
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  40. In ancient Greek, the word "idiot" meant anyone who wasn't a politician.
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  41. West Side Story was originally called East Side Story.
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  42. The word "school" comes from the ancient Greek for "free time."
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  43. The CIA
    reads up to
    5 million
    tweets a day.
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  44. Most people can't distinguish expensive wines from inexpensive ones, a study proved.
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  45. "Odd"
    and "Even"
    are popular names
    for males in Norway.
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  46. A group of crows is called a "murder".
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  47. There's a species of fish called "Slippery Dick".
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  48. In Catalonia (Spain), a smiley-faced piece of wood called "Shitting Log" poops out the presents in Christmas.
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  49. The area where military personnel socializes and eat is called a "mess".
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  50. A man named Moondyne Joe escaped prison so many times, that police built a special cell for him, from which he escaped as well.
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  51. The second-largest lake in Bolivia is called Lake Poopo. It's not a freshwater lake.
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  52. Benjamin Franklin wrote "Fart Proudly", a scientific essay about farts.
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  53. The most overdue library book was returned 288 years late.
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  54. There's a hill in New Zealand called Taumata-whakatangihanga-koauau-o-tamatea-turi-pukakapiki-maunga-horo-nuku-pokai-whenua-kitanatahu.
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  55. Viruses can get viruses.
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  56. The Hundred Years' War lasted for 116 years.
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  57. The only member of the band "ZZ Top" without a beard is Frank Beard.
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  58. There is a French company that you can hire to kidnap you. They charge US$1600.
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  59. Over 80,000 people graduated from McDonald's Hamburger University with a bachelor's degree in hamburgerology.
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  60. 123 - 45 - 67 + 89 = 100.
    123 + 4 - 5 + 67 - 89 = 100.
    123 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 + 8 - 9 = 100.
    1 + 23 - 4 + 5 + 6 + 78 - 9 = 100.
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  61. The word 'censorship' is censored in China.
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  62. Only 1 in 6 Americans can find Ukraine on a map.
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  63. The word "mortgage" comes from a French word that means "death contract".
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  64. Wal-Mart has a lower acceptance rate (2.6%) than Harvard University (8.9%).
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  65. Cows moo in accents specific to their region, just like humans.
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  66. In Oklahoma, it's illegal to take a bite out of another person's hamburger.
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  67. Playing in a marching band is considered to be a moderate exercise.
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  68. Saddam Hussein used Whitney Houston's song "I will always love you" for his 2002 campaign.
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  69. Nikola Tesla once "shook the poop out" of a constipated Mark Twain with an experiment.
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  70. Surgeons who grew up playing video games make 37% fewer mistakes.
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  71. In ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was done to declare one's love.
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  72. There's a lizard known as Jesus Christ Lizard due to its ability to run on the water.
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  73. Potatoes have more chromosomes than humans.
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  74. In Alabama, it is illegal for a driver to be blindfolded while driving a vehicle.
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  75. Papaphobia is the fear of the Pope.
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  76. Mariah Carey's legs are insured for US$1 billion.
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  77. You swallow a litre (4.2 cups) of snot every day.
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  78. The movie Gravity was more expensive than the Indian Mars mission.
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  79. The word "Yo" was first used
    in the 15th century.
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  80. Charlie Sheen once bought 2,600 seats at a baseball game so he could catch a home run ball.
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  81. Applying hemorrhoid cream to your chest and waist can make you look more muscular.
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  82. Four Japanese scientists measured the amount of friction between a shoe, a banana skin and the floor: it's 0.07.
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  83. The last words of Henry Royce, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, were actually: "I wish I'd spent more time in the office."
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  84. Buzz Aldrin's mother's maiden name was Moon.
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  85. In Texas, it is legal to kill BigFoot if you ever find it.
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  86. There is a small village in France called "Pussy".
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  87. In Victoria, Australia, only a licensed electrician is allowed to change a light bulb.
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  88. The word "Gaga" in Filipino refers to a stupid and idiotic girl.
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  89. The word "bride" comes from an old proto-germanic word meaning "to cook".
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  90. Jim Carrey used to send funny letters to rapper Tupac Shakur when he was in prison.
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  91. There are at least 97 people called "LOL" in the U.S.
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  92. 111,111,111
    x
    111,111,111
    =
    12,345,678,987,654,321.
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  93. The Incas' measurement of time was based on how long it took to boil a potato.
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  94. Leo Fender, inventor of the Telecaster and Stratocaster, could not play guitar.
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  95. Nomophobia
    is the fear of being without your mobile phone or losing your signal.
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  96. Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogery-
    chwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

    is the official name of a village in Wales.
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  97. In the Arabic version of The Simpsons, Homer is called
    Omar Shamshoom.
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  98. A cat has been the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska for 15 years.
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  99. There's a 'Rent a Mourner' service in the UK to fill your funeral with fake friends.
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  100. The band Blink-182 incorporated under the name "Poo Poo Butt, LLC." because of how funny it would be to have their accountants, managers and attorneys having to say that over the phone every day.
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  101. Animals, including pigs, horses, and even insects, could be tried and convicted of crimes for several centuries across many parts of Europe.
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  102. Research conducted on comedians and funny people have shown they are usually more depressed than average.
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  103. The Bible contains plenty of puns, funny names, humorous imagery, sarcasm and irony.
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  104. A physicist made his cat the co-author of his scientific paper to avoid replacing "we" with "I" throughout his paper.
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  105. The logo of the Royal New Zealand Air Force is the Kiwi, a flightless bird.
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  106. California 's official state animal, the California grizzly bear, is extinct.
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  107. After Michael Jordan scored a game-high 69 points, teammate Stacey King quipped "I'll always remember this as the night that Michael Jordan and I combined to score 70 points."
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  108. Global warming 'solved' a land dispute
    between India and Bangladesh:
    the island in dispute disappeared.
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  109. Leonardo Da Vinci was a prankster: he would put fake wings and horns on lizards to scare people in the Vatican.
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  110. Barry Manilow didn't write his song called "I write the songs".
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  111. When scientist Niels Bohr won the Nobel Prize in 1922, the Carlsberg brewery gave him a perpetual supply of beer piped into his house.
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  112. A fake prehistoric rock art of a caveman with a shopping trolley was hung on the walls of the British Museum by art prankster Banksy in 2005. Days went by before anyone noticed it.
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  113. Bananas have more trade regulations than AK-47s.
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  114. Larry King crashed into John F. Kennedy's car in 1958. JFK said he'd forget the whole thing if King promised to vote for him when he ran for president.
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  115. The last movie rented from Blockbuster before it closed its doors nationwide was ironically called "This is the End."
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  116. In the U.S., Google searches for "why is my poop green" peak between 5 and 6 AM , while "how to roll a joint" peaks between 1 and 2 AM.
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  117. In Norway , "Texas" is slang for "crazy."
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  118. Stephen Hawking's son once added swear words to his dad's voice synthesizer as a prank.
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  119. When the Spice Girls first met Nelson Mandela in 1997, he joked: "This is one of the greatest moments of my life."
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  120. Two zebras died of hunger in a zoo in Palestine and were replaced with donkeys painted with black and white stripes.
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  121. The first music video shown on MTV was "Video Killed the Radio Star."
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  122. A homeless man held up and robbed a bank in Portland for $1, then sat down and waited for police to arrest him so he could receive healthcare in prison.
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  123. You can play "Sweet Child O' Mine" on your phone by dialing 185405*5 185405*5 285405*5 285405*5 485405*5 485405*5 185405*5 185405 *5 885405*5 775405*5.
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  124. Classic ethics books are twice as likely to be stolen in the U.S. than other philosophy books, a study found.
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  125. Jack Daniel's Last Words were "One last drink, please."
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  126. The word "OK" originated in 1839 when a newspaper used it as a funny abbreviation of "oll korrect."
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  127. The first words of the third man on the moon were, "Whoopee! Man, that may have been a small one for Neil, but that's a long one for me."
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  128. "F*ck your ancestors to the 18th generation" is a Chinese insult, due to the high respect for one's ancestors.
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  129. Shia LaBeouf's name literally translates into "Thank God for Beef."
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  130. Actor Daniel Radcliffe once wore the same outfit for 6 months to make paparazzi angry.
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  131. A statue of Jesus in India had water mysteriously dripping from its toes. Worshipers would collect and sometimes drink it. The source of the water was later found to be a clogged toilet near the statue.
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  132. In 2014, an American exchange student in Germany had to be rescued by firefighters after getting stuck in a vagina sculpture.
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  133. In 2011, a man crashed his motorcycle and died because he wasn't wearing a helmet during a protest ride against mandatory helmet laws.
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  134. President Banana, first president of Zimbabwe, passed a law forbidding citizens from making jokes about his name.
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  135. An inmate filed a US$5 million lawsuit against himself. He claimed that he violated his own civil rights by getting arrested. He then asked the state to pay because he has no income in jail.
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  136. The parody national anthem of Kazakhstan from the movie "Borat" was accidentally downloaded and played in 2012 for a Kazakh gold medalist.
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  137. Leonard Jones ran for U.S. president several times in the 19th century. His sole platform was that he would live forever. He died of pneumonia in 1868 after refusing medical treatment.
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  138. U.S. President Lyndon Johnson had an amphibious car and would scare guests by driving into a lake while while shouting about malfunctioning brakes.
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  139. The epitaph on poet Charles Bukowski's tombstone reads "DON'T TRY."
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  140. The first American woman to win an Olympic event received a porcelain bowl instead of a gold medal.
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  141. In 2015, a Canadian man was arrested after tying more than 100 balloons to a garden chair and flying over the city of Calgary.
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  142. The eternal flame at Bullhead City, Arizona, only lasted until city officials received a US$961 gas bill. It has been relighted after complaints by veterans groups.
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  143. ‘Bitch the pot' was 19th-century slang for ‘pour the tea'.
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  144. "Pee Cola" is a popular soft drink in Ghana.
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  145. When illusionist David Copperfield and his assistants were held up at gunpoint in 2006, he used sleight of hand to conceal his possessions from the robber.
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  146. On April Fool's day in 1976, BBC convinced many listeners that a special alignment of the planets would temporarily decrease gravity on Earth. Phone lines were flooded with callers who claimed they felt the effects.
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  147. In 1984, a boy wrote a letter to Ronald Reagan asking for federal funds to clean his bedroom after his mother called it a "disaster area."
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  148. In 2016, a woman in China got her 20 boyfriends to gift her an iPhone 7S each, then sold them all and bought a house.
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  149. After an Islamic cleric blamed women who dress provocatively for earthquakes in 2010, 100,000 women joined for a "Boobquake" to test the theory. Nothing happened.
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  150. A coconut has been detained by Maldivian police in 2013 on suspicion of vote-rigging in a key presidential election.
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  151. Scientists have nicknamed a caterpillar the ‘Trumpapillar'. Its venomous barbed hairs cause irritation and pain.
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  152. Most drivers think they are a better-than-average driver.
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  153. There's a book called "Everything men know about a women" that is just 120 blank pages.
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  154. Tony the Tiger, Kellogg's Frosties mascot, once asked followers to stop sending him anthropomorphic animal porn via Twitter.
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  155. In 2002, Microsoft had to rename the "Critical Update Notification Tool" in order to avoid the unfortunate acronym, "CUNT".
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  156. The town of "Sexmoan", in the Philippines, changed its name in 1991 to "Sasmuan" because its sexual connotation.
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  157. A physicist faced with a fine for running a stop sign in 2012 proved his innocence by publishing a mathematical paper. He even won a prize for his efforts.
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  158. The band Bloodhound Gang recorded a track called "The Ten Coolest Things About New Jersey". The "song" consists of ten seconds of silence.
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  159. In 2004, Los Angeles planted a pine tree in memory of Beatle, George Harrison. Ten years later, it died of a beetle infestation.
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  160. In 2017, a man was leaving his house in Mainhausen, Germany only to run into a wall that was built in the doorway of his home during the night.
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  161. Mitsubishi had to change the name of its Pajero model in Spanish-speaking countries, where it means "wanker."
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  162. The IKEA store on "Calle Me Falta un Tornillo" ("I've Got a Screw Loose Street") in Valladolid, Spain, is hard to find because people keep stealing the street signs.
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  163. Road signs on Fucking, Austria were often stolen by souvenir-hunting tourists until 2005 when the signs were modified to be theft-resistant.
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  164. In 16th century Europe, it was believed that eating a tomato could turn you into a werewolf.
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  165. The people of Shitterton, UK, banded together to buy a big rock to put the name on, as people kept stealing the sign.
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  166. Cockburn
    is a town on the border of South Australia.
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  167. In 2016, a man called Lawrence John Ripple robbed a bank and then waited in the lobby, later telling the investigators he'd rather be in jail than with his wife.
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  168. You can be sued for breaking off an engagement in about half of U.S. states.
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  169. In 1998, Burger King announced the "Left-Handed Whopper", where all the condiments were rotated 180° to suit the left-handed people. It was an April's Fool hoax but people eagerly tried to order it the next day.
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  170. The phenomenon where the shower curtain randomly clings to you, it's called the shower-curtain effect.
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  171. Rock star Ozzy Osbourne once joined a Christian protest march against himself outside of one of his concerts.
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  172. There's a baby called Netflix de Jesús Rodríguez Restrepo in Colombia.
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