• Researchers say that being in love makes water taste sweeter.
  • Ten percent of daters surveyed said having a cracked cell phone screen is a major turn off because it makes you seem cheap, clumsy, or careless.
  • One out of ten of us will spill something on ourselves after getting up today.
  • A study found, when meeting someone new, the first two things people judge are the other person's teeth and their grammar.
  • About one-third of people surveyed said a salad is the worst thing to eat while driving.
  • The average man learns how to a washing machine at the age of 24.
  • One in three women say love handles is sexy on a guy.
  • Most of us use toilet paper every day, and studies show Americans use 3 times more of it than any other country.
  • 57% of us have done this less since the start of the pandemic. What is it? Waste food.
When Maria Paraskeva, a woman from Cyprus, got married in August, 2018, her goal wasn't just to say "I do." She was also determined to set a record. "My dream as a child has always been to break the Guinness World Record title for the longest wedding veil," she explained. She fulfilled her dream by wearing a lace veil that stretched 22,843 feet and 2.11 inches, or as long as 63.5 football fields.


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