If you read an interesting story or see a picture, and the information seems incredible at first, do you assume it's made up, or at least embellished? Do you ever feel guilty that you can't fully believe anything that you learn, but then later realize it must be true after a few more articles or stories come to light? Does it bother you that you've always been skeptical of everything and now have no clue whether it is possible for someone to have a real talent in something that sounds impossible to believe? Do you wish there was some kind of way that could prove to everyone that the things we hear are not lies and they can be trusted? Would this change how much trust you put on everything that comes to your attention?
Look, we wish we could help, but all we've got is this list of facts. Hope you enjoy them.
Rome had the first mall, probably the first Auntie Anne’s Pretzels.
Talking underwater is a lot easier.
Men’s undies didn’t catch on until the 8th century.
The real Granny Smith was from down under.
Walk a mile in their shoes, it’s uncomfortable.
The first alarm clock was just for one specific time.
This dress wrapped around the block.
These slippers were actually ruby red.
One tree scrubs enough CO2 a year for a family of four.
The ice cream machine at the Pompeii McDonald’s never worked.
Rainbows like it 40 degrees.
There might be a lot of people allergic to moon dust that will never know.
Imagine getting stuck at the train crossing.
A Kindergarten aged Michael Kors had thoughts about his mother’s wedding dress.