It can never hurt to have more non sequiturs in your deck. Consider this a booster pack to bolster your large arsenal of small talk. You never know when you’ll be able to impress people with the clever way Elvis’ manager cashed in on his haters, or how many more bones a baby has than anyone else (presumably) at the party, or perhaps Jane Austen’s surprisingly literal nom de plume.
Who knows; there might be information in this very article that could save the very party you’re at! Where on Netflix can you look if you need to remember how to do CPR? What’s the one thing you should never do with a loaf of bread in the presence of an Italian (we’re assuming this is a party at an Olive Garden)? How should you respond in the event your waiter or waitress offers you “horizontal refreshment”? Read on to find out!
Johnny Carson's first three wives were named very similarly.
Elvis sold "I Hate Elvis" badges to get money from his haters.
Pigeons can be taught to differentiate paintings based on the painter.
Babies have more bones than adults.
Jane Austen published her first novel as "a Lady."
You shouldn't lay bread upside down in Italy.
The CPR scene in The Office actually helped someone.
Miners in Wisconsin used to live in hillside burrows.
Swedish blood donors get notified when their blood is used.
LEGO is an abbreviation.
Trees on your block make you feel much younger.
Booze is older than the wheel.
"Horizontal refreshment" used to mean sex.
Peanut M&Ms creator couldn't eat them.
Weird Al couldn't see Episode I before writing his parody.