Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Trivia Tuesday

When Boris Yeltsin met President Clinton in 1995, his very first question was "Do you think O.J. did it?"

I don't know how Clinton answered.
(They weren't laughing about that question. It was something else.)

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The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn. Really.
Click HERE for info on that.

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Researchers have found that swearing when in pain may release pain-killing endorphins.
Whoa. I've never sworn (well, maybe under my breath, but really never out loud).
Hmm.

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Famous poet, Friedrich von Schiller would sniff rotting apples. Apparently, the scent triggered his creative juices.

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For 67 consecutive years, Mary was America's most popular female baby name. 

Linda broke the streak in 1947.

I'll need to get a T-shirt like that with 'NANCY' on it.Oh, I need one with 'SAM' on it!

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Europe is the only continent without a desert.

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Charles Dickens is hands down one of the greatest writers of his time, but this guy’s genius came with a dash of quirkiness. Dickens was said to be extremely OCD about his hair. He always had a comb on deck and would fix his hair hundreds of times a day.


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Bubble wrap was originally intended to be used as 3D wallpaper.
 

That's it for this Tuesday. 

See you next time.

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