• Some worms will eat themselves if they can't find any food! (Yes) 
  • Dolphins sleep with one eye open! (Yes) 
  • In France, it is legal to marry a dead person. (Yes) 
  • Russia has a larger surface area than Pluto. (Yes) 
  • A deltiologist is a stamp collector. (B.S. - they collect postcards) 
  • Over the years that the sitcom "Seinfeld" was on the air, Kramer burst through the door of Jerry's apartment 1,284 times. (B.S. - it was only 284) 
  • Buckingham Palace has 249 rooms. (B.S., it's more like 600 rooms.) 
  • The exact center of the U.S., excluding Alaska and Hawaii, is Smith County, Kansas. (Yes) 
  • 61% of women say they have stolen a boyfriend's shirt. (Yes) 
  • If you're an average American, you'll eat 28 cows in your lifetime. (B.S., But you will eat 28 pigs) 
  • 17% of women on a blind date, say yes to a second date. (B.S., 17% have actually fled after seeing their prospective date without meeting them.) 
  • In middle school, Dustin Hoffman's first roles as an actor was that of George Washington. (B.S., it was Tiny Tim.) 
  • Only about a third of the dollar bills made in the U.S. are actually in the U.S.? (Yes) 
  • So far, 31 daredevils have died trying to go over Niagara Falls. (B.S., But 31 have died being shot from a cannon.) 
  • Albert Einstein didn't wear shoes when he was sworn in as an American citizen. (B.S., but he didn't wear socks) 
  • The only word in the English language to have three consecutive sets of double letters is "bookkeeper." (Yes) 
  • Only 3 out of every 14 women in America can say they are a natural blonde. (B.S., it's only 1 out of 14) 
  • 16% of Americans say they eat a piece of pie every day. (Yes) 
  • One out of every four pennies ends up in a landfill. (Yes) 
  • There's an opera house on the U.S.-Canada border where the stage is in one country and half the audience is in another. (Yes) 
  • The harder you concentrate on falling asleep, the less likely to fall asleep. (Yes) 
  • It is impossible to hum while holding your nose closed. (Yes) 
  • On Jupiter and Saturn it rains acid. (B.S. - but it does rain diamonds on those planets!)


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