Facts are fun, facts are friends, here’s some facts to… uh, something that rhymes with friends.
For 8 days, a 6-year-old girl was a bonafide Australian Navy enlistee – well, the mascot of the HMAS Sydney, anyway. Either way, it’s a good thing she didn’t have protective, “curling” parents (possibly called “Kangaroo Parents” in Australia?) or the waters of Carnarvon Bay may not have been under her protection for that very special week. She also would probably not have suffered that snake bite in the first place, but who’s counting.
For you knuckleheads out there (that’s what grandpa Cracked called those of the cannabis imbibing persuasion), get this – trace amounts of THC can be found in your semen! Yuck. And ooooh. And, uh oh, what does this mean for drug testing going forward? Onanism with someone patiently waiting on the other side of the door? No thanks!
These and more, just read on!
Almonds and peaches are genetically similar enough to fertilize each other.
The sun gives you Vitamin D through cholesterol.
The male drone bee lives and dies just for his queen.
THC can be the semen of heavy users.
An Olympic cyclist is now homeless after being famous in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Migraines are more common in women.
One person drew sunspots every day for 40 years.
Motorcyclists can run red lights in Indiana.
Nazis really did search for the Holy Grail.
Theaters in the Victorian period burned down -- a lot.
“Thankful Villages” suffered no casualties during WWII.