1. The colors of the twist ties on bread aren't random — they tell you what day the loaf was baked on.
2. Pan, a moon of Saturn, is walnut-shaped because it absorbs some of Saturn's rings.
3. Ancient Romans paid a tax on pee.
4. Paul Revere didn't finish his midnight ride, but Sybil Ludington, a 16-year-old girl, did — she rode for 40 miles alerting people of a British attack in 1777.
5. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup was a 19th-century medicine for crying and teething babies...that had alcohol, cannabis, morphine, and chloroform in it.
6. Volvo invented the three-point seatbelt in 1962, but gave away the patent for free to save lives.
7. When a rabbit gets happy and jumps around for joy, it's called a binky.
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So, guys, which one of these factoids was the most interesting?
vote votesThe bread one
vote votesThat weird moon
vote votesThe pee tax
vote votesPaul Revere is a fraud
vote votesThe baby drugs
vote votesThe seatbelt patent