Sep 21, 2007

There are 2.5 twists per inch in a Twizzler.

February 1865 and February 1999 were the only months in recorded history not to have a full moon.

A standard book of matches contains 20.

Adults are more likely to tell a lie in bed than anywhere else.

"Kalewala," a Finnish poetic saga, devoted 400 verses to beer. Only 200 verses were devoted to the creation of Earth.

Each year, about 46 million Cokes, five million pounds of French fries and seven million hamburgers are consumed at Walt Disney World.

Approximately 20% of Americans have a passport.

In poker, an ace-king hand is called "Big Slick." That's because AK is the postal abbreviation for Alaska. "Big Slick" refers to the Exxon Valdez oil spill that took place off the shore of Alaska.

The eyes of babies don't produce tears until the baby is six to eight weeks old.

The herring is the most widely eaten fish in the world.

Dill seeds are so small that about 10,000 dill seeds are needed to make an ounce.

Sno-Caps candies were originally called Bob Whites.

The Eiffel Tower is painted approximately once every seven years and requires nearly 50 tons of paint each time.

Beethoven's last symphony was his ninth.

Scott Baio's (Chachi on the TV classic "Happy Days") first sexual partner was Erin Moran (who played Joanie on that show).

Mississippi is the poorest state.

The human eye consists of more than two million working parts.

The card game solitaire is also called Patience.

Research shows that only 43% of homemade dinners served in the U.S. include vegetables.