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Some are funny facts and some will make you say WTF. But being inconvenient and not useless, all those facts will enrich your knowledge base and help you pass through.

The slang "Eskimo Brothers" - meaning friends have slept with the same girl - derives from the old tradition of Eskimos gifting their wives to their guests for the night

Right before launching the two Voyagers, NASA scientists used kitchen-grade aluminum foil to cover critical parts of the probes to protect it from unanticipated radiation at Jupiter. It worked.

285,000 companies including Apple, Coca-Cola, GE, Google, and Walmart are officially headquartered at 1209 North Orange Street, Wilmington, Delaware due to the state's low corporate tax rates.

Prisoners who maintain a positive relationship with their children are 6 times less likely to reoffend.

Zippo Lighters truly stands behind their lifetime guarantee. Any zippo mailed to them is fixed and returned, no receipt needed, no questions.

Despite being a trained Broadway singer, Matthew Broderick only voiced the speaking role of adult Simba in “The Lion King” (1994). Simba’s singing voice was provided by Joseph Williams, the lead singer of Toto.

Jesus actor Jim Caviezel was struck by lightning whilst filming The Passion of the Christ

Cost of college textbooks has risen 812 percent since 1978, far outpacing the rise in costs for medical services and home prices in USA.

They are called Brussels sprouts, not brussel sprouts

Cows are considered sacred in Hindu culture, but India is one of the top four exporters of beef in the world.

NASA has named Gattaca as the most accurate science fiction film of all time

17 countries will not accept Israeli passports for entry and 8 do not accept any passport with evidence of travel to Israel.

During a 2012 study done in eastern Germany, the researchers could not find a single person under the age of 28 who believed in God.

The summit of Mt. Everest has just become another "tourist spot" for the rich and you can go despite having no prior mountain climbing experience

Universal Studios' "Jurassic Park: The Ride" cost twice as much to make as the actual Jurassic Park film.