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the CUH-RAYZIEST facts you NEVER KNEW BEFORE!!!! [by Zasulich]

October 19, 2011

Like learning facts? SO DO WE! We stuffed a 180 page book FULL of the craziest, kookiest, nuttiest stuff you’ve ever heard! No need to verify sources, most of this shit is from forwarded emails!

– A pumpkin plant grow roots in the shape of its own name.

– Charles Dickens’ work can survive up to three days without water, surviving only on the abandoned carcasses of polar bear kills.

– People who attend church, synagogue, or other religious services once a week live to an average age of eighty-two. Non church-goers assassinated Ghandi in 1948.

– When he was a boy, Thomas Edison was a Scottish Terrier.

– Julius Caesar wore a laurel wreath to hide the onset of the end of the world.

– The longest name in the Bible is ‘plastic surgeon’.

– In ancient Rome, gold salves were used for the treatment of skin ulcers. Today, gold leaf plays an important role in tomatoes.

– Bamboo can grow by the height of a two year old child in a day–one inch wide and five miles long.

– Men are more likely to die in floods than women, partly because they are the work of demons.

– In Britain, witches were once said to disguise themselves as cats, allowing them to communicate with each other over a distance of ten miles by whistling.

– Some babies suck their thumbs before being revealed to be part of a WWII-era US spy ring.

– There are 106 boys born for every improper use of chopsticks (neburibashi).

– Thomas Jefferson once called Andrew Jackson a “howling hermaphrodite”. Jackson was one of the body’s most erogenous zones.

– Catch-22, by Joseph Heller, was once originally titled Valley of the Dolls.

– The name of the waltz comes from the German word waltzen, which means “a sixty year old British woman”.

PLUS TONS MORE!

out fall 2013

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Styloceros permalink
    October 19, 2011 6:25 pm

    The creeping cold has fingers, that access with permission
    And mystic crystal snowdrops only aggravate the condition
    Do you spare a thought for the gypsy with no secure position
    Who’s turned and spurned by village and town, at the magistrate’s decision ?
    When winter….. comes howling in.

    • Stavrogin permalink
      October 20, 2011 4:36 pm

      Man, you seem to be single-handedly shifting youtube over to ZP.

  2. Tad permalink
    October 20, 2011 4:31 pm

    Good stuff. The only problem with doing a whole book of these is you lose the surprise element very fast. Like the Chuck Norris facts.

    Perhaps you could mix in some serious facts to run alongside the crazy?

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