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Rasputin, Russian mystic healer, was killed by cyanide poisoning, beating, execution blank range, and finally thrown into an icy river. His autopsy revealed that it was the river that killed him.

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Charlie Chaplin secretly took part in a Chaplin look-alike competition in San Francisco. He came in third.

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Lost time…

Movies are shorter on television than in movie theaters. Nothing is cut off, but the speed is slightly increased.

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Stars on Brazil flag are arranged as they were on November, 15th. 1889 at 8:30 AM, proclamation of the Republic of Brazil.

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Bite me !

A bite from the banana spider results in hours-long erections.

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Night vision !

Most pirates had two eyes in perfect condition, but kept an eye patch on one of them to keep it adjusted to darkness, facilitating night navigation and the passage from the upper deck (in daylight) to lower bridges (very dark).

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Never alone

In Switzerland, having only one guinea-pig is against the law.

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Monster Emblem

The Alfa Romeo logo pictures a giant snake eating a kid.

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Say “Aaaah, mmmmmh, hmmmmm !!”

The vibrator was originally intended as a medical instrument used to treat female hysteria.

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Centralia on fire !

In Centralia, Pennsylvania, a fire has been burning since 1962.

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Traces of cocaine can be found on 90% of U.S. bills.

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Hiroo the Hero

Hiroo Onoda was one of the last japanese soldiers to surrender after the defeat of Japan in World War II. He was ordered to lay down his arms on the island of Lubang in 1974 (29 years after the end of WWII).

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Baby penis

In Ancient Greece, a man was considered more virile if he had a small penis.

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Coming out

It's only in 1990 that the World Health Organization took the decision to withdraw homosexuality from its list of mental diseases.

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A VERY long line

As of 2005, one hundred billion Bic pens have been sold all over the world. It represents enough ink to draw a line from here to Pluto and come back… more than 20 times.

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In the USA, a federal law made it illegal to have contact with “extraterrestrials or their vehicles”. Enforcement of the law led to a fine of 5000 dollars or a one year prison term.

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Russian Mountains… or not!

The forerunners of roller coasters were called “Russian Mountains”. In Russia, they were and are still called “American Mountains”.

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Saint Patience bless us !

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris Montmartre has been the host of a continuous prayer since 1885.

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Paris Hill Town

The construction of a shadow Paris intended to lure the Germans had been initiated during WWI.

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Absent of indicative

Le Train de Nulle Part (The Train from Nowhere) is a French novel written without a single verb by Michel Dansel in 2004.

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English pleasure

King Edward II of England (1284 – 1327) is believed to have been killed by the insertion of a red-hot iron rod in his rectum.

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Balls forever…

In 2005, a Welsh rugby fan named Geoff Huish had so little faith in his national team's victory against England that he declared : “If Wales win, I'll cut my balls off.”

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Cockroach never dies…

A cockroach can live up to several weeks headless before it dies of starvation.

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George, get set for a mind blowing afternoon

Georges Washington used to grow cannabis in his garden.

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Egg head

The greek playwright Aeschylus was killed by a tortoise, dropped on his head by an eagle.

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Tsutomu, the survivor

Tsutomu Yamaguchi is the only man who survived both atomic bombs (at least the only that was officially recognised)...

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Mad love

Lions can mate up to 50 times a day.

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Lucy in the Sky with expensive Diamonds

LSD is the most expensive material available. When comparing the price per kilo, LSD is 4 times as expensive as diamonds.

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Living tongue

There is a shellfish which does not only parasite a fish but literally replace its tongue. This is the only known case of complete replacement of an organ.

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Uncommon swift

A swift can fly 2 or even 3 years without landing, which makes it the world champion of nonstop flight…

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