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1/25. A cat has been the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska for 15 years.


2/25. To avoid facial wrinkles, a woman claims to have not smiled or laughed for 40 years. Even after the birth of her child.

3/25. A writer was upset with an online review of his book, so he travelled to Scotland, hunted down the reviewer, went to the store she worked at, and hit her in the back of the head with a wine bottle.



4/25. Hipsters in Brooklyn are paying up to $1,000 to go to preschool for a month. The weekly class includes arts and crafts, show and tell, games, playing dress up, snacks, and even nap time.

5/25. In 1986, a volcanic lake in Cameroon, Africa burped a C02 gas cloud that killed 1,746 people in minutes.

6/25. The weird bright dots you see floating when you look at the sky are your white blood cells.

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7/25. Some tumors can grow hair, teeth, and bones.

8/25. In Ancient Rome, the punishment for killing one's father was the death penalty, consisting of being sewn up in a sack along with a viper, a dog, and a cock.

9/25. A family that lost their dog after Hurricane Sandy searched for him for nearly 2 years before deciding to give up and adopt another dog. The adoption counsellor brought in the first candidate and it was...you guessed it... their lost dog.

10/25. If you eat too many carrots you may turn orange.

11/25. Viagra can keep cut flowers standing up straight for up to a week longer than normal.

12/25. Rapper Tupac's ashes were mixed with weed and smoked by the members of his hip hop band.

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13/25. Anatidaephobia is the weird fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.


14/25. In 1945, a rooster named Mike, lived 18 months without a head.

15/25. Speaking of headless... headless cockroaches are capable of living for weeks. They die from starvation.

16/25. A snail has about 25,600 "teeth".

17/25. A baby was born in 2005 with a conjoined head that had no body. The head could blink and smile.

18/25. If you inhale a pea, it can sprout and grow in your lungs.


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19/25. Ice Age Britons used human skulls as cups.

20/25. "Rain of fish" is an annual weather event in which hundreds of fish rain from the sky onto the city Yoro in Honduras.

21/25. Many expensive Perfumes contain whale poop.

22/25. Giant lily pads on the Amazon river have leaves that can grow to 6 feet in diameter and support up to 100 pounds without breaking.

23/25. A dog in Milan regularly catches the No. 54 bus by himself, to visit his favorite spot in the city. He will only get on if it's the driver he likes, and once he has reached his destination (a park) he leaps off and wanders around for a few hours before catching the same bus home again.

24/25. There are some fake Apple stores in China - some of which are so convincing, even the staff thinks they are working for Apple.

25/25. A college student aligned his teeth successfully by 3D printing his own clear braces for less than $60. He'd built his own 3D home printer but fixed his teeth over months with 12 trays he made on his college's more precise 3D printer.

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