In this article, we are giving you 35 Fun Facts that You Wouldn’t Have Imagined which will definitely crack you up. Everyone loves to laugh a little and get a teeny bit excited in this stressful life. With this Covid-19 almost tearing us up, we have decided to gather some of the best fun facts from around the internet to make you laugh out loud. Credits should go to the anonymous creators. so let’s get into this.
P.S — > My favorite facts are colored in Red.
In the USA, there are more Chinese restaurants than all the McDonald’s, KFCs, Burger Kings and Wendy’s put together.
At any given moment, about 0.7% of the people in the world are drunk.
8. In 2001, a seven foot bull shark bit off a boy’s arm. His uncle not only saved the boy, but dived in after the shark, wrestled it to shore where the shark was shot, retrieved the boy’s arm and it was sewn back on in the hospital.
There are more English speakers in China than in the United States.
Every year, 11,000 injuries are reported in America as a result of sexual experimentation.
620 million years ago, Earth day was only 21.9 hours long. It is extending a little every year.
A 12-year-old girl from Ethiopia was kidnapped by four men on her way from school. A week later the whole group was accosted by three lions who chased the men away and stayed with the girl without harming her, only leaving when the police arrived, looking for her.
A now teenage boy called Ben Underwood lost his sight to cancer when he was 3 years old. He learned to use echolocation (orientation in space by the sound that e.g. bats use) in order to sense his surroundings. Today he can play table soccer, basketball does karate, rollerblades, enjoys pillow fights, and much more.
In 1994, a man was arrested because he was dressed as the Grim Reaper and just stood and stared into the windows of a home for the elderly.
Bulgarians nod when they want to say NO and shake their heads when they want to say YES.
In 1913, a survey was carried out among US children working in tough conditions in factories. 412 of the 500 surveyed children said they would rather continue working in the sweatshops than face the “monotony, humiliation and cruelty” of school.
The Indian village of Marottichal put a ban on alcohol. The entire population turned to chess and now boasts 100% chess literacy and the nickname of “Chess Village”.
The human heart can squirt blood to a distance of 30 feet.
Soviet tenor, Victor Ivanovich Nikitin, had such a captivating voice that as he sang to his Soviet comrades, the German troops on the Eastern Front during WW2 stopped their fire to listen to him.
The name Australia contains three A’s and each of them is pronounced differently.
Scotland’s national animal is a unicorn.
Grocery stores in France are forbidden by law to throw away the food they haven’t sold. They must donate unused edible food to charities or make sure it gets processed into animal food or composted.
There is a village in England called Shitterton. The sign with the village name was so popular among tourists that Shitterton finally had to put up a 1.5 ton stone with the village name inscribed into it to stop the constant thieving.
Why do men have nipples? Because until the Y-Chromosome kicks in, everybody is a female.
In Germany, you are allowed to drive your car naked if mood takes you that way, but you may not get out of it naked.
In India, kissing in public is not allowed.
Bruce Lee moved with such speed in fights they had to slow down the movie so people could see his moves.
If you drink and drive in Italy and you reach over a certain limit of alcohol in your blood, you won’t lose just your driver’s license and freedom, you’ll say goodbye to your car, too, which will be seized by the state.
In Mexico, escapees are not charged with anything and no extra time is added to their prison sentence.
A woman who was blinded in an accident developed multiple personalities – and some of those personalities could see.
Dogs are the only animals who run to their owners when they get scared, other domesticated animals simply run away.
If you don’t flush a public toilet after yourself in Singapore and get caught, expect a fine of at least 150 USD, and that’s only if you’re a first-time offender.
When Vin Diesel was 7, he broke into a theatre with his friends, intending to vandalize it. They were stopped by a woman who, instead of calling the cops, gave them each a role and 20 USD on condition they come for rehearsals after school. That was the unusual start to Vin’s successful acting career.
If you don’t stand up in a Thai cinema when the national anthem is being played, it is considered a criminal offence.
Every year, Americans create around 1/5 of the world’s trash.
In 1997, Steve Jobs managed to persuade the board of directors of Apple to fire previous CEO Gil Amelio and appoint Jobs the new CEO as a consequence of Apple’s very bad results. These bad results were partially caused by an anonymous sale of 1,5 million shares. It was later revealed that the anonymous seller was Jobs himself.
Women have twice as many nerve receptors as men and so they feel pain more intensely, but they also have a higher tolerance for it.
Japan keeps a train station in operation in a small village to enable a single small girl to commute to school. The train goes only twice a day, when she goes to school and when she returns.
In France it is illegal to name your pig “Napoleon”.
Every day, around 18 acres of pizza are eaten in America.
A beheaded cockroach could keep on living for 9 days before it would finally die of hunger.
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