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Champagne was invented by a Benedictine monk named Dom Perignon.

A human eyeball weighs about 1 ounce.

The human body uses 300 muscles to balance itself while standing still.

Advertising your business in our directory will increase your link popularity. Many search engines use link popularity to determine how high you are ranked.

The first e-mail was sent over the internet in 1971.

The word for 'mother' begins with the letter 'M' in virtually every language.

The Bible is available in 2233 languages.

"Star Wars" (1977) was the first movie to use Dolby surround sound.

The approximate cost to make the movie "Titanic" was $200 million. The estimated cost to rebuild the actual ship is $123 million.

It took nearly six years to produce Walt Disney's "Cinderella".

One of Sylvester Stallone's first starring roles was in an adult movie called "The Party at Kitty and Stud's".

Sharon Stone was the first "Star Search" spokesmodel.

Oscar the Grouch of "Sesame Street" had a pet worm named 'Slimey'.

Mister Rogers was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1963.

Tom & Jerry were created by Bill Hanna and Joseph Barbera in 1939.

Casey Kasem provided the voice for Scooby Doo's Shaggy.

Shaggy's real name is Norville Rogers. Scooby's real name is Scoobert.

Scooby Doo holds the record for the most episodes of a cartoon comedy series (350).

There was a total of 180 "I Love Lucy" episodes.

The first episode of "Joanie Loves Chachi" was the highest rated American program in the history of Korean television. The word 'chachi' is Korean for 'PENlS'.

The most used expression in every known language is 'OKAY'.

In Germany, 'shhh' means 'hurry up'.

The word 'karate' means 'empty hand'.

The word 'karaoke' means 'empty orchestra'.

'Ergaphobia' is the fear of work.

'Pedophobia' is the fear of children.

'Pediophobia' is the fear of dolls.

'Peladophobia' is the fear of bald people.

'Iatrophobia' is the fear of doctors.

A 'misomaniac' is someone who hates EVERYTHING.

Al Capone's older brother was a policeman in Nebraska.

King Solomon had 300 wives and hundreds of mistresses.

The first president to fly in an airplane was Franklin Roosevelt.

Ronald Reagan was a life guard in his youth and saved over 77 lives.

William Howard Taft was the heaviest US President weighing in at 332 pounds.

Bill Carson grew a 262 pound watermelon in 1992.

Milk chocolate was invented by Daniel Peter, who sold the idea to his neighbor Henry Nestle.

M & M's refused the opportunity to be the candy featured in "ET".

The 'Snickers' candy bar was named after a horse that the Mars family owned.

German chocolate cake is named after an American who had the last name 'German'.

Sugar has no taste on a dry human tongue.

Approx 3300 cups of coffee are consumed every second.

Coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world economy (after oil).

The word 'coffee' was originally Arabic and means 'excitement'.

Dr. Pepper is the oldest major soft drink in America.

It takes 720 peanuts to make one pound of peanut butter.

Bamboo can grow up to 3 feet in 24 hours.

Oak trees do not produce acorns until they are 50 years of age or older.

Squirrels can't see the color red.

A rat can last longer without water than a camel.

The largest Great White shark caught was 37 feet and 24,000 pounds.

A grizzly bear can run as fast as the average horse.

Push your thumbs into the eyeballs of a crocodile to escape its deadly jaws.

Ants will not walk through baby powder or chalk.

An octopus has 3 hearts.

A pregnant goldfish is called a twit.

A mosquito has 47 teeth.

An armadillo can walk under water.

A chicken loses its feathers when it becomes stressed.

The three wise monkey's names are Mikazaru (Hear), Mizaru (See) and Mazaru (Speak)

Horse jockeys are the only US athletes that can legally bet on themselves.

In 1980, a Las Vegas hospital suspended workers for betting on when patients would die.

Over 5% of Americans will call in sick on the day after Super Bowl Sunday.

Foster Hewitt was the first sports announcer to say "He Shoots, He Scores!" in 1933.

Adam Sandler dined at Baldoria in NYC the same day this page was created (12/16/04).

New York's Central Park was opened in 1876.

The first "McDonald's" was opened in 1955 in Des Plaines, IL.

The telephone country code for Russia is 007.

Russia has 11 time zones.

Eskimos use a refrigerator to keep food from freezing.

Bagpipes were invented in Iran, then brought to Scotland by the Romans.

Pearl Jam got their name from Eddie Vettor's grandmother's peyote jam.

The Backstreet Boys were named after a flea market in Orlando, Florida.

Gordon Summers used to wear a yellow/black striped shirt when he was in a jazz band. His nickname... STING... stuck with him like honey.

'Creed' was the last name of the family in Stephen King's "Pet Sematary".

The band 'Fountains of Wayne' is named after a store in Wayne, NJ.

Freddie Mercury liked the name QUEEN for the transvestite connotation and the glamorous image of queens in royalty. He died of AIDS in 1991.

The Rolling Stones named their band after the Muddy Waters song "Rolling Stone".

Sir Reginald Dwight came up with his stage name by combining the names of two other British musicians... ELTON Dean and JOHN Baldry.

Slayer took their name from the movie "Dragonslayer".

Soft Cell's 1982 hit "Tainted Love" was a remake of a recording from the 1960's.

Paula Abdul was a Los Angeles Lakers cheerleader.

Robert Plant proposed to Tori Amos in an Indian restaurant. She said 'no'.

Elvis Presley was obsessed with brushing his teeth.

Sonny and Cher's first stage name was "Caesar and Cleo".

Mrs. James Brown once tried to get out of a traffic ticket by claiming she was entitled to diplomatic immunity for being married to the "ambassador of soul".

Beer is 92% water.

In beer commercials, they usually add liquid detergent to make the beer foamier.

In the 13th century, it was customary to baptize children with beer.

In the 17th century, the average married woman gave birth to 13 children.

Babies are born without knee caps.

The first Harley Davidson motorcycle built in 1903 used a tomato can for a carburetor.

Rinse red or brown hair with brewed Lipton Tea for golden highlights.

Wipe with full strength Listerine to help eliminate mildew odors.

The average adult male shaves off about a pound of facial hair every year.

Due to the force of gravity, you will weigh more in New Orleans than in Denver.

'Cerumen' is the medical term for earwax.

Humans can catch chicken pox twice.

Slow background music can make a person eat at a slower rate.

The color blue causes the brain to release calming hormones.

The average computer user blinks 7 times a minute.

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