• The brain is nearly 60% fat. (Yes)
  • Elvis Presley's backup singers were called the Jordanaires. (Yes)
  • Camel cigarette were known as "humps" within months of their introduction. (Yes)
  • When the Rolling Stones tour the U.S. next year (2019), Mick Jagger will be 76! (B.S., He'll be 75. The tour ends a month before his 76th birthday)
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first U.S. president to fly in an airplane. (B.S., it was Teddy Roosevelt in 1910, after he was president. The first President to fly while serving was indeed FDR)
  • The first Lifesaver flavor was butter rum. (B.S., it was peppermint)
  • You can tell the color of a chickens eggs (white or brown) by looking at the earlobes of the chicken. (Yes)
  • Antarctica is the only continent that does not have McDonald's. (Yes)
  • "The Little Mermaid" in 1989 was the last Disney animated feature film to be painted by hand, instead of by computers. (Yes)
  • The stage right before frostbite is called cold brew. (B.S. It's called Frostnip)
  • Despite their different colors, all Fruit Loops taste the same. (Yes)
  • Sliced bread was invented only two years before the TV. (Yes)
  • It took Erno Rubik a month to solve the Rubik's Cube after he invented it. (Yes)
  • Gamophobia is the fear of being alone. (B.S., it's the fear of marriage)
  • Nicholas Cage and Michael Jackson were married to the same woman! (Yes - Lisa Marie Presley)
  • Texas leads the U.S. in milk production. (B.S., it's Wisconsin-The Dairy State)
  • John Mellencamp said Meg Ryan is the funniest woman he's ever met. (Yes)
  • Hawaii is the only U.S. state with a Polynesian name. (Yes)
  • A tuba is 27 feet long if uncoiled. (Yes)
  • Babe Ruth wore a cabbage leaf under is cap to keep him cool. He changed it every 2 innings. (Yes)
  • Fortune cookies were invented in Taiwan. (B.S., fortune cookies were invented in the U.S.)
  • A man named Charles Osborne had the hiccups for 69 years. (Yes)
  • Actor Dustin Hoffman used to type entries for the Yellow Pages. (Yes)


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