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Interesting Facts about Everything (28 pics)

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№1 Author: TinklingMonkey (18 Oct 2011 01:08) Total user comments: 684


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Is that why we find the monkey sticking fingers in his butt and masterbating so interesting...
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№2 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Oct 2011 01:16) Total user comments: 9115


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some people are very good liars.
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№3 Author: Vertigo (18 Oct 2011 01:40) Total user comments: 14


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well, don't know about most of these, but I know at least one is wrong. Rabstejn isn't the least populated town in Europe. I'm from Bulgaria, and there's even a town near where I live which has a population of 4 people. It's called Briastovo. And there's even a town of 1 person in here as well, although I'm not quite sure of its name..

otherwise some of these were interesting

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№4 Author: DocMcCoy (18 Oct 2011 01:58) Total user comments: 6039


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Maybe they moved when you wern't looking Vertigo. 05
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№5 Author: miscellaneous (18 Oct 2011 02:14) Total user comments: 4179


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T
heory_of_everything
sry fer this
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№6 Author: kikoya (18 Oct 2011 03:37) Total user comments: 70


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There's a town with one inhabitant in France as well
The name is Rochefourchat
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R
ochefourchat
anyway wikipedia is wrong to state that there is only one house. There are a few others but those are vacation homes.
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№7 Author: pash.maloo (18 Oct 2011 03:57) Total user comments: 1713


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05 interesting -
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№8 Author: plaidpancake (18 Oct 2011 06:25) Total user comments: 2475


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could you imagine living in a town with 20 people?
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№9 Author: Governator (18 Oct 2011 06:37) Total user comments: 653


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holly shit ..brad pit can dance? 07
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№10 Author: capt.huffnpuff (18 Oct 2011 07:52) Total user comments: 2801


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Don't be fooled by the propaganda. H-bombs are NOT bloodless. If your are standing in the middle of the blast, you're vaporized; but those more than 20 km away have more agonizing deaths. At Hiroshima and Nagasaki only half of the more than 150,000-250,000 deaths occurred on the first day and a good many were due to falling debris or flash burns, far from bloodless. The other half died in the next few months from burns, injury, radiation sickness, and other directly related illness. And people are still suffering from the effects of radiation sickness and cancer 66 years later. You can count on the same wide ranging effects with an H-bomb as an A-bomb but over a much larger area and a lot more victims AFTER the bomb has been dropped 13
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№11 Author: Jinxaruny (18 Oct 2011 08:43) Total user comments: 10324


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Brad... Hmmmm... 31
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№12 Author: quackers (18 Oct 2011 09:39) Total user comments: 4830


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Some Great Facts ,
not sure about the one in the Supermarket 15 mins no chance...
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№13 Author: mahedi (18 Oct 2011 10:48) Total user comments: 10772


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Cool knowledge 10
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№14 Author: taransh (18 Oct 2011 10:53) Total user comments: 128


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№15 Author: nadheer77 (18 Oct 2011 11:00) Total user comments: 236


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№16 Author: Nsibai (18 Oct 2011 11:24) Total user comments: 5694


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№17 Author: miscellaneous (18 Oct 2011 11:35) Total user comments: 4179


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and then the proctologist turned slowly to me and said

"Rectum!.....(while laughing), I damn near killed'em"
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№18 Author: fairmania (18 Oct 2011 13:00) Total user comments: 1436


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Quackers, the supermarket one is probably true.

You haven't actually bought anything until you pay for it.

If it takes you half an hour to get what you need, you're well into 'average' territory. Bit of an odd one though...
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№19 Author: salsapopo (18 Oct 2011 13:35) Total user comments: 12723


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№20 Author: makarrao (18 Oct 2011 15:58) Total user comments: 242


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№21 Author: Brak61 (18 Oct 2011 16:28) Total user comments: 676


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The MGM lion item is BS, as are probably most of these. The original MGM lion died at the Memphis zoo in 1944.

http://www.examiner.com/little
-known-facts-in-memphis/recent
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-of-mgm-lion-s-death-at-memphi
s-zoo
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№22 Author: Lu (18 Oct 2011 18:00) Total user comments: 15082


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Interesting.
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№23 Author: joe_smoothee (18 Oct 2011 18:10) Total user comments: 363


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capt.huffnpuff,
where u been dude
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№24 Author: Cooks (18 Oct 2011 19:04) Total user comments: 249


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Hitler was MOTY in '36.
Also, the tongue is not the strongest muscle in the body.
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№25 Author: moijk (18 Oct 2011 19:38) Total user comments: 20


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The tounge is NOT the strongest muscle in the body, in fact it consists of several muscles. And there are no cateogry of strength that any of those could ever be considered "the strongest".
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№26 Author: capt.huffnpuff (18 Oct 2011 19:56) Total user comments: 2801


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joe_smoothee, Don't be naive. I've been in the military and paid attention in college history and physics. Just hope to be in the blast area when one is dropped. The blast will be about 490 sq km, but the effect will be over 8,000 sq km or more. For scores of km beyond the blast area, millions will be affected by 1) the flash burning your clothes off, 3rd degree flash burns, and possible blindness, even through your eyelids, 2) the concussion wave with winds as destructive as a cyclone or tornado, 3) the ground shock wave as destructive as an earthquake, 4) possible flooding caused by the concussion and shock wave, 5) radiation fallout and dust even hundreds and thousands of km away causing radiation sickness and long term effects such as cancer and genetic defects (think Chernobyl only much, much worse), 6) widespread uncontrollable fires, 7) injury from falling debris, fires, etc., 8) wide spread disease caused by the destruction and pollution of water supplies, food, rotting vegetation and animals, and diseases spread by vermin. And the list goes on. First responders? Forget about it. They're dead or injured just like everyone else, their equipment destroyed. The closest help will be from at least 100's of km away (think Haiti only hundreds of times worse). When they arrive, they'll be wearing radiation suits and bringing cadaver dogs. History already tells us that 1/2 of the deaths will be AFTER the first day. Think about a bomb dropped on Berlin. The blast area will be about 490 sq km, but Berlin is 892 sq km and that does NOT include the suburbs. Those people outside of the 490 sq km will be in agony and want for a long time. Bloodless? I think not.
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№27 Author: micliapu (18 Oct 2011 22:23) Total user comments: 2977


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№28 Author: joe_smoothee (19 Oct 2011 14:17) Total user comments: 363


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capt.huffnpuff,
I meant like where have you been , havent seen you post for a whilelol
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№29 Author: nellybre (20 Oct 2011 08:26) Total user comments: 808


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fun!
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№30 Author: MWarrior (5 Nov 2011 23:11) Total user comments: 993


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capt.huffnpuff,

I think they just mean it leaves no traces of blood in the blast zone...
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