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10 Totally Useless Trivia Facts That You Had No Reason To Know Them

Because the best knowledge is useless knowledge. Thanks to uselessdaily.com for inspiration!

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10. Curious whether the child you are going to bring to life will be a boy or a girl?

Men are more likely to have sons if they have more brothers and vice versa if they have more sisters.
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Men are more likely to have sons if they have more brothers and vice versa if they have more sisters.

9. What do all soft drinks have in common?

All the canned soft drinks have a staw-holder! This way, you can put an end in the moving “wildly” staw because of the carbonate!
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All the canned soft drinks have a staw-holder! This way, you can put an end in the moving “wildly” staw because of the carbonate!

8. Who wore first high heel shoes? Men or women?

in the beginning men wore high heels and then women followed the trend! Louis XIV was a big fan of them, since he was short, and he favoured red high heeled shoes.
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in the beginning men wore high heels and then women followed the trend! Louis XIV was a big fan of them, since he was short, and he favoured red high heeled shoes.

7. How people unroll their toilet paper according to their annual income!

The 60% of people who make more than $50,000 per year prefer their toilet paper to hang over the roll. In contrast, the 73% of people who make less than $20,000 per year prefer it to hang under the roll.
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The 60% of people who make more than $50,000 per year prefer their toilet paper to hang over the roll. In contrast, the 73% of people who make less than $20,000 per year prefer it to hang under the roll.

6. Do shells actually sound like the ocean?

The answer is ‘no’. When we put a shell next to our ear we actually hear “the ambient noise that’s being produced all around and inside you, which you normally don’t hear or pay attention to because it’s too quiet”.
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The answer is ‘no’. When we put a shell next to our ear we actually hear “the ambient noise that’s being produced all around and inside you, which you normally don’t hear or pay attention to because it’s too quiet”.

5. Which is the official fish of Hawaii?

The official fish of Hawaii is the Reef Triggerfish, also known by its Hawaiian name, “humuhumunukunukuāpuaʻa”.
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The official fish of Hawaii is the Reef Triggerfish, also known by its Hawaiian name, “humuhumunukunukuāpuaʻa”.

4. Americans invented a false town to catch plagiarism

Although there was no town between Rockland and nearby Beaverkill, it was stated in the map that there was a place called ‘Agloe’. Since it wasn’t an important or often visited place, it was considered as a perfect spot for what’s called a “paper town,” or a map “trap.”
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Although there was no town between Rockland and nearby Beaverkill, it was stated in the map that there was a place called ‘Agloe’. Since it wasn’t an important or often visited place, it was considered as a perfect spot for what’s called a “paper town,” or a map “trap.”

3. How many sunrises and sunsets do astronauts see every day?

The astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station witness around 16 sunrises and 15 sunsets every day.
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The astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station witness around 16 sunrises and 15 sunsets every day.

2. The most prolific mother ever gave birth to 69 children

She gave birth to 69 children, 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets. The case was reported to Moscow by the Monastery of Nikolsk on 27 Feb 1782 and when the woman died her husband remarried and had another 18 kids!
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She gave birth to 69 children, 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets. The case was reported to Moscow by the Monastery of Nikolsk on 27 Feb 1782 and when the woman died her husband remarried and had another 18 kids!

1. How many words did Shakespeare add to the English language?

Shakespeare added over 1700 words to the English language, such as “torture” and “swagger” and he was also the one who contributed to the standardization of Grammar and rules.
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Shakespeare added over 1700 words to the English language, such as “torture” and “swagger” and he was also the one who contributed to the standardization of Grammar and rules.

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