What is Pop Culture? It's hard to say. But, one could argue that pop culture is a constantly evolving and ever-changing collection of ideas, images, sounds, and objects that are popular with the masses at any given time. It's a term that can be used to describe everything from the latest fashion trend to the most popular song on the radio. In other words, pop culture is what everyone is talking about and what everyone is into. And it's always changing. So, if you're wondering what all the hype is about and want to know more about pop culture, you've come to the right place!

We all know about the popular culture references that we catch – like hidden jokes in movies or sly lyrics in songs. But sometimes, there are secrets in pop culture that we almost miss entirely.

Pop culture might've painted an extreme picture of how Absinthe works; however, the beverage isn't that much different than other alcoholic beverages. 

Here's more about that and 29 other interesting factoids about movies, animals, science, and more:

The first real-world Bitcoin transaction involved buying two pizzas for 10,000 ВТС. That happened on May 22, 2010, and it was the equivalent of about $25 at the time -- it'd be roughly $360 million in late May 2021. NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

Coindesk

When Dali's remains were exhumed, his mustache was still perfectly intact X His body was removed for DNA samples for a paternity case, 28 years after his death. NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

NPR

The first named cat- that we know of, anyway - comes from Ancient Egypt. The cat was named Nedjem (sweet, or pleasant), and lived at some point between 1479 and 1425 ВСЕ. NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

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Dinosaurs lived during a time when the day was only about 23 hours long. That's because the gravity of the Moon affects the Earth's spin, and the day is very, very slowly lengthening - it took millions of years to get 1 hour longer. NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

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The Church of England co-owns Beyoncé's Single Ladies The church has invested in Hipgnosis, a company that owns the rights to thousands of songs. NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

BBC

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