Amazing interesting facts
1– The height of a human being generally goes to the father, while the mind’s capacity, emotional strength and body texture are placed on the mother.
2– We turn around sleeping 40 times throughout the night.
3– We take the quickest decision when we are playing video games.
4– When you lie, your nose gets hot.
5– Every year, 4 people lose their lives while changing their pants. On the keyboard, there are 60 times more germs than a toilet seat.
7– If you are in trouble and are calling for help, then select those who have worn red shirts especially. This will make those people feel responsible and will increase your chances of getting help.
8– In the state of Minnesota, it is illegal to hang briefs and mardana briefs on the same rope.
9– People who think more are more stressed and feel lonely.
10– It is impossible to keep both eyes open while sneaking.
11– Usually any message sent by a particular person immediately relieves you of stress.
12– No one can remember where your dream started.
13– The world’s first selfie was taken in 1839 by a man named Robort Cornelius, which took 3 minutes.
14– The weight of all ants on earth is equal to that of all humans.
15– Do you know that the mosquito has 47 teeth in its mouth. The mosquito’s mouth is called probosis which consists of 47 sharpened stellates and two tubes.
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16– Mosquitoes flap their wings 300 to 600 times in a second. Hence the flapping of their wings makes a different sound.
17– We are about 1 cm taller in the morning than in the evening.
18– If two separate trays of cold and hot water are placed in the freezer, then the ice with the hot water tray will quickly get frozen. This is called Mpemba effect.
19– By adding salt to the mixture, its blade edge sharpens.
20– 4 to 6 times more than girls are seen in lisp boys.
21– In Norway on Christmas evening, people keep the broom hidden. It is believed that on this day the witch comes out to roam and should not steal the broom anywhere.
22– We often write things in the message that we are unable to say.
23– A kite is flying at a height of 60 meters above the ground.
24– Mohammed is the most common name in the world.
25– Human contraceptive pills also work on gorillas.
26– If you have the quality of forgiving someone, then it is most beneficial for your health.
27– An average person laughs 10 times a day.
28– In China, you can ask someone to give 100 rupees per hour to put their place in line.
29– No one can kill himself by holding his breath.
30– Dark circles under the eyes indicate that the smile on the lips is false.
31. Psycho was the first movie to show a toilet flushing.
32. One of the most famous movie lines in history was never said. We often quote, “Play it again, Sam,” from Casablanca; but the real line is, “Play it, Sam. Play ‘As Time Goes By.’”
33. The green code in The Matrix was actually created from symbols in the code designer’s wife’s sushi cookbook.
34. The wedding of Princess Diana and Prince Charles was watched by 750 million people worldwide in 1981; sadly, 2.5 billion watched her funeral in 1997.
35. With 3.572 billion viewers, half the world’s population watched the 2018 FIFA World Cup of soccer (or football, as many international fans call it), which is held every four years. That number is on par with the 2016 Summer Olympics, but only a quarter of the world watched the less-popular Winter Olympics in 2018.
36. There are no muscles in your fingers: Their function is controlled by muscles in your palms and arms.
37. The hardest working muscle in your body is your heart: It pumps more than 2,000 gallons of blood a day and beats more than 2.5 billion times in a 70-year life span.
38. It’s impossible to hum while holding your nose (just try it!).
39. Skin is the body’s largest organ.
40. The earth’s circumference is 24,900 miles.
41. All of an adult human’s blood vessels, if laid out end to end, would be about 100,000 miles, so they could encircle the earth four times.
42. According to recent research, the human nose can distinguish at least a trillion different odors.
43. The longest fingernails ever were over 28 feet in total. American Lee Redmond started growing them in 1979 and set the record in 2008. Sadly, she lost her nails in a car crash in 2009.
44. The origin of the word “sinister” reflects a historical bias against left-handed people. It comes from the Latin word for “left,” which was also seen to be unlucky or evil.
45. There is not one letter “q” in any US state name, the only letter in the alphabet to be missing. “J” and “z” are only represented once each, in New Jersey and Arizona.
46. The word “strengths” is the longest word in the English language with only one vowel.
47. Cartoonist Mort Walker, creator of Beetle Bailey, came up with names for the things we often see in comics and cartoons: “briffit” is the dust cloud a character makes when he runs away quickly; “plewds” are the beads of sweat when a character is under duress; and “grawlix” are symbols such as “#@*%” that stand in for curse words.
48. A mash-up of two words to make a new word (such as breakfast and lunch into brunch, or motel from motor and hotel) is called a portmanteau. In case you’re wondering, the word “portmanteau” itself is not a portmanteau; it’s a compound word that refers to a duel-sided suitcase.
49. The dog ate John Steinbeck’s homework—literally. The author’s pup chewed up an early version of Of Mice and Men. “I was pretty mad, but the poor fellow may have been acting critically.
50. Among lost works, this story might be even worse: Ernest Hemingway’s first wife, Hadley, left a suitcase full of the author’s writing on a train. When she went back to get it, it was gone. inter “I had never seen anyone hurt by a thing other than death or unbearable suffering except Hadley when she told me about the things being gone,
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