• The 3 things that couples argue the most about on road trips are vehicle speed, where to eat and what route to take? (B.S., it's speed, where to eat and bathroom breaks)
  • The U.S. has the largest lake in the world - Lake Superior. (Yes)
  • Elephants are capable of swimming two mile a day. (B.S., it's more like 20 miles a day)
  • The square dance is the official dance in Texas. (B.S., it's Washington state)
  • The Caspian Sea is actually a lake. (Yes)
  • 77% of men polled say they believe they'll someday be a father. (B.S., they believe they'll be a millionaire)
  • Adding up opposing sides of a dice cube and you'll always get seven. (Yes)
  • 63% of all the salt used in the U.S. is used for french fries. (B.S., it's used on roads)
  • Piercing nipples is not so radical. Nipple rings were actually quite popular among ladies in the late 1800's. (Yes)
  • Most toothbrush bristles made from before the introduction of nylon bristles in 1938 were made of human hair. (B.S., Boar hair)
  • The only U.S. president born on the Fourth of July was Abraham Lincoln. (B.S., it was Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president, who was born on July 4, 1872)
  • Tennessee actually banned the use of a lasso for catching fish. (Yes)
  • St. Louis was the first U.S. city to host the Summer Olympics. (Yes in 1904)
  • The first TV show ever to be put into reruns was "I Love Lucy." (B.S., it was "The Lone Ranger")
  • Penguins have an organ above their eyes that converts seawater to freshwater. (Yes)
  • Popcorn was invented by Native Americans. (Yes)
  • Jupiter spins so fast that there is a new sunrise every 10 hours. (Yes)
  • When the moon is directly over you, you actually weigh a little more. (B.S., you weigh less)
  • America's first roller coaster was built in 1827 to carry coal from a mine to boats below. (Yes)
  • Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the U.S. and remains home to the most famous geyser in the world, Old Glory. (B.S., the most famous geyser is Old Faithful)
  • Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis grew up fairly well-off because his father was a Gynecologist. (B.S., he was a dentist)
  • England's Edward III established that an inch was a unit of measurement that was equal to the length of his big toe. (B.S., it was equal to the length of three barley grains laid end-to-end)


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