13 Enchanted Bits Of Trivia We Gained Access To Only After Proving Our Mettle To The Gatekeepers Thereof Through Trials Of Combat, Endurance, And Wit
Welcome, dear reader, to a collection of the most totally counterintuitive pieces of trivia you’ll ever come across. From the locals of the Bosporus Strait who took matters into their own hands and slayed a giant whale to the average person who spends half a year of their life waiting at red lights, this list will have you scratching your head in wonder.
We’ll explore the unexpected benefits of playing video games on a Nintendo Wii, the low-maintenance gardening dream of David Latimer, and the fact that women are more likely than men to have nausea, sweating, vomiting, and pain in their neck, jaw, throat, stomach, or back when they have a heart attack.
We’ll also look at the incredible dedication of James Cameron, who has gone on 72 dives deep underwater, including 33 to the Titanic, and has spent more time on the ship than the captain did. And of course, we’ll look at the amazing statistic that Paris has the most people per restaurant of any city in the world - over 368 people for every eatery.
So buckle up, dear reader, for a wild ride through a world of totally counterintuitive trivia. Enjoy.