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  • The word "gorilla" is derived from a Greek word meaning "A tribe of hairy women." (YES) 
  • Prisoners in Canadian war camps during WWII were treated so well, that a lot of them didn't' want to leave when the war was over. (YES - No wonder Trump hates them!) 
  • In New York, it is illegal to sell a haunted house without telling the buyer. (YES) 
  • It is considered good luck in Japan when a sumo wrestler sits on you. (B.S. But it is good luck if he makes your baby cry) 
  • A man from Britain changed his name to Tim Pppppppppprice to make it harder for telemarketers to pronounce. (YES) 
  • In the original manuscript for The Wizard of Oz, the Cowardly Lion was going to be a leopard. (B.S.) 
  • A woman from California once tried to sue the makers of Cap'n Crunch, because the Crunch Berries contained "no berries of any kind." (YES) 
  • In Mexico, crooked teeth are considered cute and attractive. (B.S. - but they are in Japan) 
  • The chance of you dying on the way to get lottery tickets is actually greater than your chance of winning. (YES) 
  • Cherophobia is the fear of Cheerios. (B.S. It's the fear of fun) 
  • In Spanish, the toothpaste "Colgate" translates to "go hang yourself." (YES) 
  • Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete. (YES) 
  • Cockroaches can live for several weeks with their heads cut off, because their brains are located inside their body. (YES) 
  • Scientists have tracked snails that travel over 3,000 miles. (B.S.) 
  • To produce a single pound of honey, a single bee would have to visit 2 million flowers. (YES) 
  • The population is expected to rise to 10.8 billion by the year 2080. (YES) 
  • Hamsters can run up to 18 miles at night on a wheel. (B.S. - more like 8) 
  • A church in the Czech Republic has a chandelier made entirely of human bones. (YES) 
  • During your lifetime, you will produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools. (YES) 
  • The elephant is the only mammal that can't jump! (YES) 
  • Most dust particles in your house are made from dead bugs. (B.S. - from dead skin)


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