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50 Useless Facts (1 pic)

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№1 Author: bowlervtec (15 Jun 2012 01:04) Total user comments: 1365


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and now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
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№2 Author: Nsibai (15 Jun 2012 01:06) Total user comments: 5694


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this is it
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№3 Author: NAK5891 (15 Jun 2012 01:55) Total user comments: 61


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41 is wrong. North America, South America. There is no "America" continent. BAM!!!
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№4 Author: dlstephens21 (15 Jun 2012 06:54) Total user comments: 63


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Numbers 21 and 22 disproved by the Mythbusters!
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№5 Author: Louie (15 Jun 2012 07:17) Total user comments: 8189


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HAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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№6 Author: miscellaneous (15 Jun 2012 07:38) Total user comments: 4179


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Did U know :

pigeons can fly inverted inside a tornado

homosexual males prefer anal injection to lethal injection

'Toshiba' misspelled backwards is 'Abishot' which is the PortuGreek
word for Mitsubishi

these are just facts
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№7 Author: Bruce Burbank (15 Jun 2012 07:45) Total user comments: 296


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#13 has been proven wrong so many times before, I wonder if retarded people make up these lists-

apodous
hazardous
horrendous
iodous
iridous
jeopardous
macropodous
molybdous
palladous
phyllocladous
podous
stupendous
tremendous
vanadous

from http://www.infoplease.com/aske
ds/words-that-end-dous.html
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№8 Author: OldOllie (15 Jun 2012 10:13) Total user comments: 1328


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48 is false. The shortest complete sentence is, "Go." It is complete because the imperative has an implied subject, "you."
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№9 Author: PirateViking (15 Jun 2012 10:38) Total user comments: 25


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24 is wrong, the Speaker gives up his seat to oversee parliament and therefore cannot vote or contribute to debates. However he regularly speaks to control the house and bring order. Oh, and it's Britain not England. 13

Oh and 28 was actually invented as an example of things that gullible people believe in. How it has become one of these "well known facts" is beyond me.
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№10 Author: Jinxaruny (15 Jun 2012 12:23) Total user comments: 10324


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Interesting...
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№11 Author: bobbie (15 Jun 2012 15:22) Total user comments: 12


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10. is wrong,

Chilver, Millionth, Curple, Door hinge
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№12 Author: artod4789 (15 Jun 2012 18:33) Total user comments: 1


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#8 is wrong too. It's definitely a Canadian flag hanging over Parliament. Sorry.
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№13 Author: Lu (15 Jun 2012 21:56) Total user comments: 15082


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I learned more from the above comments than the article. Whalla!
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№14 Author: Frimmy (16 Jun 2012 00:26) Total user comments: 28


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First: How old is this list? Half of the items are BS.
Re: #8 American flag on Canadian money. At the most the list should have said "former" two dollar bill. We've been using the two dollar coin for some time now. Second: http://www.snopes.com/business
/money/redensign.asp.
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№15 Author: Stranger (16 Jun 2012 03:20) Total user comments: 27


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I found 8 "facts" that were obviously wrong and do not believe a couple others, because this list has no credibility.
The flag on the Canadian 2 dollar bill is obviously a Canadian flag.
The flag flying over the Parliament buildings on the old ten dollar Canadian bills looks somewhat like a flag of the United States, but is actually the Canadian Red Ensign, used until 1965 when it was replaced by the current flag.

I like how the creator of the list knew 36 was false yet still added it.
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№16 Author: legrandfromage (16 Jun 2012 03:51) Total user comments: 27


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PirateViking,
It is in England - the parliament of the UK (not Britain) is in London and nowhere else.

But the Speaker speaks all the time, he couldn't keep order if he/she didn't.
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№17 Author: astroboy3000 (16 Jun 2012 08:55) Total user comments: 2543


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Elvis's twin brother was named Jesse Garon Presley, while he was Elvis Aron Presley.
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№18 Author: pash.maloo (20 Jun 2012 03:28) Total user comments: 1713


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lost interest
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№19 Author: DennisW (9 Feb 2013 11:14) Total user comments: 28


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A full collection of BS.
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