Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Trivia Tuesday

Some of today's trivia seems weird... but I get my trivia from what I think are dependable sources... often Funology.com or MentalFloss.com or all-that-is-interesting.com.

Here's some of the weird trivia (it's not all weird)...
 
Google was originally called Backrub.



The Beatles’ classic “Yesterday” was originally titled “Scrambled Eggs.”

Pepsi-Cola was originally called "Brad's drink.”

Antarctica is the only land on our planet that is not owned by any country.


Adolf Hitler bit his nails.

Some Chinese believe that swinging the arms cures headaches.

Disney World in Orlando, Florida covers 30,500 acres (46 square miles), making it twice the size of the island of Manhattan, New York.



The Atlantic Ocean is saltier than the Pacific Ocean.


Coca Cola was the first beverage company to use Santa for a winter promotion.


Vultures can soar for hours without one beat of their wings.


Bob Hope and Billy Joel were both once boxers.






So now we know!

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