• The average woman complains about men twice a day. Seems like more.
  • Women are three times more likely to wear a seat belt in the car.
  • In a survey, one third of us say smelling good is a sign that you have your life together.
  • More than 20% of Americans keep a tube of toothpaste in their glove compartment.
  • According to a survey, 30% of women now say they won't marry a man who has a bad credit score.
  • Only around 2 percent of people have green colored eyes.
  • The average person will use 19 different doctors in their lifetime.
  • According to a survey of city mayors across the country, roads are the number one thing the majority of them hoped to fix while in office.
  • 37% of women would be willing to give this up in exchange for never having to do housework again? Alcohol, beer and wine.
Each area code has 792 possible prefixes or codes explains the Public Utility Commission of Texas. And each 3-digit code has 10,000 possible phone numbers attached to it. So, with a little math, we know that theoretically, there are 7,920,000 possible seven-digit phone numbers in each area code. Obviously, not all of these numbers are put into use, so you don't have to try nearly 8 million numbers if you're trying to randomly dial a friend who lives nearby.


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