101 Most Interesting Facts About Literally Everything

101 Most Interesting Facts About Literally Everything

#71. After the Premier of “16 and Pregnant” on MTV in 2009, teen pregnancy rates dropped by 5.7% within 18 months of the show airing. -Source

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#72. At Eiffel Tower, you are only allowed to use stairs till the first platform, after that you have to take a lift to the top. -Source

#73. Winds are so strong at the top of the Empire State Building that once a woman who wanted to commit suicide jumped from the 86th floor but was blown back onto the 85th floor by a gust of wind. -Source

#74. In 2006, a woman let a match to cover her fart, this resulted in emergency landing. -Source

#75. Humans have at least 21 senses including a sense of balance and sense of temperature. -Source

#76. Every year more than 40,000 reports of toilet-related injuries are reported in the United States-Source

#77. The famous horror writer Stephen King used to sleep with his lights on because he was afraid of the dark-Source

#78. You can also eat your dinnerware, A company in Taiwan makes plates, spoons, and bowls out of wheat. -Source

#79. An apple, potato, and onions taste almost the same if you eat it with your nose plugged. -Source

#80. Irukandji is the most venomous jellyfish in the world because its venom is 100 times stronger than a cobra and it is only the size of a fingernail. -Source

Prithvi Raj

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