Category: Weekly Facts

Weekly Facts #53

Because 2021 is a New Year and I want to focus on other things, I’m taking a break from submitting weekly facts. I will probably start this up later, but until then, this is going to be the last one for a while. I… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #53”

Weekly Facts #52

The average person dreams around 1,460 to 2,190 times a year. The first people to use straws to drink liquids were done by the Sumerians and Egyptians. They used it to drink their beer. Around 3.6 million Japanese people eat KFC and strawberry shortcake… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #52”

Weekly Facts #51

Lina Medina was almost six years when she gave birth to her son in 1939. She was the youngest person to give birth and lived in Peru. She is still living today. Walt Disney World Resort is 30,500 acres, about the same size as… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #51”

Weekly Facts #50

There’s around 100 to 400 billion stars in the Milky Way. Penny Black is the oldest postage stamp and was used in the mid 1800s United Kingdom. Since space is a vacuum, a laser beam would not be visible in Star Wars. You would… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #50”

Weekly Facts #49

It is nearly impossible to overdose on caffeine, but it is possible for it to cause cardiac arrhythmia. Sequoia or redwood trees are the largest tree in the U.S. They are found in Northern California and the western Sierra Nevada range of California. A… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #49”

Weekly Facts #48

I’m behind on my weekly facts. Here they are for last week. Soy milk doesn’t need to be refrigerated until after it’s opened. Clinical lycanthropy is a delusion where a person thinks s/he has transformed into an animal. Kellogg’s corn flakes and graham crackers were… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #48”

Weekly Facts #47

Mechanical purpura is the medical term for a hickey which is basically a bruise. The longest running TV soap opera drama was Guiding Light, which was cancelled in 2009 after 57 years. Cornish Rex are one of the most intelligent cats. Great Pyramid of… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #47”

Weekly Facts #46

The longest verified record for continuous hula hoop spinning is held by Aaron Hibbs from Columbus, Ohio. He spun his hoop for 74 hours and 54 minutes in 2009 over three days. Istanbul in Turkey, Suez in Egypt, Magnitogorsk in Russia, Orenburg in Russia, and… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #46”

Weekly Facts #45

Japan has 6,852 islands that are not remote with the main five being Hokkaido, Honshu, Kyushu, Shikoku, and Okinawa.  It is the largest island country is East Asia. There are around 8.7 million species on earth.  The average person blinks 25 times per minute.… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #45”

Weekly Facts #44

Margaret Knight was the American inventor of the paper bag.  Coca-Cola has more than 3,500 beverages and 500 different brands. Dog bites on humans account for the highest number out of all animals bites on humans. The countries with the most gold reserves are… Continue Reading “Weekly Facts #44”

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