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question markThe payment Nike gave to Michael Jordan exceeds the payments the company made to all of its workers in Malaysia.

Marilyn Monroe had six toes on every foot.

All of US presidents wore glasses, but some of them never put them on in public.

Walt Disney who created Mickey Mouse was afraid of mice.

Pearls can dissolve when put in vinegar.

35 percent of those who post marriage ads are already married.

Marlboro, Coca-Cola and Budweiser are the most expensive trademarks on the planet, in the order given.

One can make a cow climb a staircase up but no one can make it come downstairs.

Duck quacking produces no echo and nobody knows why

Spiral stairs of American fire-brigades came from the time when horses were used to raise pumps and other heavy items. Horses crowded down straight stairs unable to imagine how to climb them.

Richard Millhouse Nixon was the first American President who had all of the letters of the word "criminal" in his name. William Jefferson Clinton was the second.

On average, 100 people die of chocking with ball-point pens every year.

90 percent of taxi drivers in New York are immigrants.

Elephant is the only animal that cannot bounce up and down.

One man out of two million people has a chance to live up to 116 years.

On average, women wink twice as often as men.

The human body-build does not let us lick the elbow.

The building of the University Library in Indiana subsides one inch every year because construction engineers did not take the weight of books into account when building it.

Snails can sleep for up to three years.

Crocodiles cannot put out their tongues.

Lighters were invented before matches.

US citizens eat 18 hectares of pizza every day.

Almost everyone who has just finished reading this text made an attempt to lick their elbows.


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