In order to protect their power, Horus and Set each tried to convince the other he would be the most suitable ruler ofEgypt. Naturally, each one also wanted to make themselves immortal to ensure this future outcome will remain the same.
They argued back and forth about who is most fit to rule, until Osiris was brought into the argument to determine who really should be chosen, but he decided that the best leader should be one they do not yet know.
Horus and Set were united in their displeasure at this verdict. In order to figure out who the next ruler would be, Horus sent an army to kill the strongest fighter on Earth: Set. Set won in the strangest way yet known: he charmed Horus' army into placid submission by recounting a list of strangely fascinating facts. Here, for the first time in human history, we repeat these facts.
Cocker Spaniels could have been known as “Bogsuckers.”
Apple’s Super Bowl ad didn’t go over well with the Board of Directors.
Tapir-like, chocolate frogs have been discovered in the Amazon.
Marbles have been found in ancient civilizations all over the world.
Lettuce rejoice: Manatees are being fed salads.
Babies who sign also babble with their hands.
Thousands of pets had to be put down in China thanks to COVID.
Carl Sagan would never say Billion and Billions.
Springsteen wrote “Hungry Heart” for another group, but kept it.
A centuries-old tortoise is still living his best life.
A cremated child was sprinkled over a Disney ride.
A French trained chef invented Fried Twinkies.
Hip-hop is too violent for Sin City.
An island settled by 8th century mutineers is possibly cursed.
A man named Noid did not like the Domino's character.