Buzz·Posted on Nov 13, 2021My Guilty Pleasure Is Learning Random Facts About The World, And These 15 Hit The SpotYou learn something new every day!by Morgan MurrellBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Coca-Cola cannot be bought or sold in North Korea. Daniel Mazilu / Getty Images/500px Prime Cuba was once a part of the list of countries that can't sell the soda, but thanks to Mexico, you can buy Coke in select cities in Cuba. Despite selling it, Cuba still can't manufacture the product. 2. A game of golf was once played on the moon. Jose A. Bernat Bacete / Getty Images 3. Lady Gaga once spent $50K on a ghost detector. Matt Winkelmeyer / WireImage, 4. Woodpeckers wrap their tongues around their brain to protect them during their high-speed pecks. Veena Nair / Getty Images 5. Vending machines kill more people per year than sharks. Simona Pilolla / Getty Images/EyeEm 6. Early in his career, Sylvester Stallone was so low on cash, he was forced to sell his dog, Butkus, for $40. When he landed Rocky, he bought the dog back for $15K and gave him a role in the movie. United Artists / Getty Images 7. Human bodies contain small traces of gold. Peterschreiber.media / Getty Images/iStockphoto 8. Male giraffes headbutt females in their bladder until they urinate. The male then tastes her pee to see if she's ovulating. Martin Harvey / Getty Images 9. Former One Directioner Liam Payne has a severe phobia of dirty spoons. David M. Benett / Dave Benett / Getty Images for Frieze 10. Sonic the Hedgehog's middle name is Maurice. Albert L. Ortega / WireImage / Getty Images It's also been rumored that his first name is Ogilvie, but it hasn't been proven. 11. In Singapore, anyone caught chewing, importing, or selling gum could face a fine or jail time. Stephen Lovekin / WireImage / Getty Images 12. Winnie the Pooh was banned from a Polish playground because he doesn't wear pants. Peter Bischoff / Getty Images 13. Until 2015 in the UK, the coloring in red skittles contained carmine, which derives from the crushed abdomen of female beetles. Otto Greule Jr / Getty Images 14. Jon Hamm was Ellie Kemper's high school drama teacher. Michael Caulfield / WireImage / Getty Images 15. Lastly, crows can hold grudges due to their ability to remember human faces, especially those who treated them badly. Stephan Gehrlein / Getty Images/500px This fact also pertains to ravens, jays, and magpies.