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The name of all the continents ends with the same letter that they start with.

 

Did you miss one (Oceania--often incorrectly called Australia, which references a single country, not a continent)?

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Also, another useless fact (or however many come out in this post):

  • The symbol that a lot of people use in place of the word 'and' is called the ampersand (&).
  • There exists a punctuation mark that is a cross between a question mark and exclamation mark: the interrobang ().
  • The term for any punctuation that marks the end of a sentence (period, question mark, exclamation point, etc.) is called a full stop.
  • Antarctica is actually comprised of several islands that happen to be covered by a giant ice shelf, and the South Pole happens to be directly above water, not land covered by a mile-thick layer of ice.

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But they can drive cars

 

http://www.npr.org/b...ive-cars-really

Not only did they drive, but all 14 of of the males accurately drove to the destination.

 

This begs the question - did all the females fail the test ? post-8751-0-39387000-1372276961.gif

 

It is a little funny how that happened (and scary...PLEASE, FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, DO NOT INSTALL ONE OF THOSE BALLS IN YOUR CAR!...please excuse my caps lock there ;)--I meant it playfully). Question is: how long will it be until someone gets the brainy idea of putting the aroma right in front of the ball itself and mass markets something designed around that? :blink:

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Fun fact: If you put your ear up against a stranger's leg, you can hear them say "what the heck are you doing!?"

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There are so few sensory nerves in the skin of your elbow that it hardly registers pain. Try pinching it, not too hard. Doesn't hurt, eh?

 

Note: Do not try this with a stranger's elbow.

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Fun fact: If you put your ear up against a stranger's leg, you can hear them say "what the heck are you doing!?"

 

:D LOL

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