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The Nobel Peace Prim medal depicts 3 naked
men with their hands on each others shoulders.
Fortune cookies were actually invented in
America, not china
A hurricane releases more energy in 10
minutes, than all the world' s nuclear
weapons combined.
Each k g a deck of play g cards represents a great
king from history: spades - King David: Clubs - Alexander
the Great; and Diamonds - MIN:
Caesar.
The strongest muscle in proportion to its
size In the human only is the tongue
Every time you lick a stamp, you' re consuming
1/ 10 of a calorie
Humans are the only primates that don' t have
pigment in the palms of their hands.
A cockroach will live nine days without it' s
head, before it starve: to death.
areas (killer whales) k sharks by
torpedoing up into to shark' s stomach
from underneath, causing the shark to
explode.
No word In the English language rhymes with
month, orange, silver, and purple.
Einstein couldn' t speak fluently when he was
nine. His parents thought he might be retarded.
Most lipstick contains fish scales
Donald Duck comics were banned from
Finland because he doesn' t wear trousers
Clans of long ago that wanted to get rid of their
unwanted people without killing them used to
bum their houses down - hence the expression
to get fired."
YOU‘ RE
The most common name in the world is
Mohammad
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#24 - Welshhobo
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1. A Nobel peace prize features a portrait of Alfred Nobel on it. The back side changes regularly.
2. They were invented in Tokyo, Japan. They are called tsujiura senbei.
3. True
4. True
5. Urban myth
6. True
7. Only on US stamps, UK stamps contain 5.9 calories, more for larger stamps.
8. True
9. Closer to a month than 9 days.
10. True
11. False - they have a neural network running through their body. Its basically a brain, but not as most are familiar with.
12. True
13. Month - uneath, dunth, millionth, eleventh. Orange - sporange, lozenge. Silver - chilver, wilver, dilver, bereaver. Purple - turtle, hurple, curple
14. False. The bottle was green, this led morons to think i was green. If it were true then mountain dew would look radioactive and not like piss.
15. True. He never spoke properly until he was 9 years old and having dinner and said "The soup is too hot." His parents asked why he had never said a word before. Albert replied, "Because up to now everything was in order."
16. True, only those which offer a "shine".
17. Half true. Ketchup was sold as a condiment as it is now, but was advertised as extremely healthy for you and could cure baldness or athletes foot.
18. Complete ********
19. Not confirmed. Loads of theories, this isn't even a particularly favored one.
20. Muhammed*

10.5/20
Would not believe.
#204 to #24 - anon id: a7d0bcd1
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Although the words in #13 do technically rhyme, they're slant rhymes
#218 to #24 - anon id: 559cea22
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Don't stop... bereaving
#298 to #24 - anon id: f8b1523b
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#8 what about ******?
#310 to #298 - bene
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hmm......
User avatar #319 to #24 - condormcninja
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It's delicious piss though. Like God's piss.
#48 to #24 - megashot
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User avatar #30 to #24 - ttotheroll
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18. It was an urban legend, the real story was, that in 1977, the politicans in Helsinki decided to ban Donald Duck, because they thought, they were spending money on mindless American comics.
User avatar #65 to #30 - findash
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Well the ban didn't last very long then.
User avatar #36 to #24 - chris chris
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for your revised list: number 6 is false.
its a common misconception. the four muscles that make up the tongue are actually relatively weak comparatively. the strongest muscle is one of the jaw mustles
User avatar #132 to #24 - mrblatherblather
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Someone want to explain "wilver" and "dilver"?

I don't think these are real words. They aren't in an actual dictionary, just Urban Dictionary. Also, eleventh, lozenge, bereaver, and turtle are only half-rhymes
#157 to #24 - tryhardknight
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strangely 12 is correct,however the shark does not blow up in a conventional sense. Vital organs such as the swim bladder would rupture; some call this exploding but everything remains internal, no Michael Bay shenanigans. Perhaps what is more interesting is that there is another technique employed by the orcas; instead of ramming the shark, they simply turn it over onto its back. This causes the shark to go into a catatonic state, much like if you were to spin around constantly for 5 minutes. This paralyses the shark and gives the orca(s) a chance to eat the shark whilst it is still alive without being harmed.

Sources:
>Discovery Channel
>Aspiring Marine Biologist
User avatar #294 to #24 - wiredguy
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Albert Einstein can't have gone up until 9 without speaking.
He mastered advanced calculus by the time he was 15.
Plus, children learn how to speak by practice.
There is absolutely no way he could have done that, his tongue wouldn't have been able to make the motions.
Not to mention the reason we learn to speak is because its useful to us, communication. If it served no purpose to him we wouldn't have picked it up.

Also, humans do have pigments in the palms of their hands.
Less, certainly, but not none.
Without being racist, compare the palm of a black guy with an albino sufferer (who has no pigmentation, melanin). The black guy's are a lot darker, if lighter than the rest of his body.
User avatar #353 to #294 - Welshhobo
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"He never spoke properly until he was 9 years old"
User avatar #362 to #353 - wiredguy
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I... I don't understand the relevance of this.
It's wrong. That's impossible.
User avatar #225 to #24 - futuramafan
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did you really just correct the spelling of Muhammad? There are so many spellings, you just wanted to take off an extra point
User avatar #261 to #225 - Welshhobo
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I didn't take that point.
User avatar #188 to #24 - axlsummer
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Month - eleventh ?! am i saying it wrong because i don't think that rhymes
#81 to #24 - devilmay
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I just got smarter, +1 intelligence
User avatar #192 to #24 - giblets
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The Einstin one isn't confirmed, however I don't think I believe it because there is an old German joke that goes the same way.
User avatar #41 to #24 - ciza
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Number 12 isn't fully correct.
They do ram into sharks, but it's to turn them upside down, then the hold them there as it starves the shark of oxygen and it dies
User avatar #42 to #41 - Welshhobo
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They barge into them, causing internal organs to rupture and often tearing their skin. Not exactly an explosion, but a similar effect.
#300 to #24 - kurorokuro
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Morons thought you were green?
User avatar #35 to #24 - smokedmeatlog
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I am so glad 12 is true, but I really wanted 11 to be true, also.
User avatar #404 to #24 - andalitemadness
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That's not true about Einstein, he actually excelled in his first school. The anecdote you referred to is an old German joke and I don't know why you thought it had anything to do with Einstein.
User avatar #26 to #24 - BrayBoy
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the rhyming one also depends on your accent.
User avatar #321 to #24 - condormcninja
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12 is true.

Thank ******* Christ.
#173 to #24 - Viggiator
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mfw your correction to number 15.
#11 - mookiez
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I want to see the shark explode.
#4 - fourtwentt
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dude youre gonna get us killed
#174 - joshlols
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I have learned from my childhood that something does indeed rhyme with purple.
And that something is nurple.
FunnyJunk, I learned that the hard way.
#301 - recoveryone
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sliv·er (slvr)
n.
1. A slender piece cut, split, or broken off; a splinter: slivers of broken glass.

Silver rhymes with Sliver.
#318 to #301 - carleh
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#322 to #301 - littlenish
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No it does not. You just stated the definition to seem smart.
User avatar #330 to #322 - recoveryone
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No, I stated the definition to state that sliver was a word. And, you know, sliver and silver look very similar.
User avatar #455 to #330 - littlenish
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We know what sliver is. You're saying that two words that can be alliterated can rhyme!
User avatar #456 to #455 - recoveryone
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Fine, how about river, shiver, or believer?
#102 - noonesperfect
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OH MY GOD fact nr.18 are you retarded..?
#83 - microfan **User deleted account**
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door hinge
User avatar #95 to #83 - acannibalbaby
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I remember that off of Drake and Josh.
User avatar #92 to #83 - Jackimole
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Door hinge is two words, not one.
Also, you can definitely make an argument about whether ange rhymes with inge.
User avatar #93 to #92 - microfan **User deleted account**
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well yeah but it still rhymes
User avatar #126 to #92 - floopdawhoop
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Door-hinge.
Now it's one.
User avatar #206 to #126 - Jackimole
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Now-it's-one is now one word.
#349 - jeppetp
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Purple rhymes with Gurple which is a horse butt...
Pic related..
User avatar #373 to #349 - MoooP
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it's curple, not gurple.
#453 to #373 - jeppetp
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Oops :P
#469 to #453 - Gurple
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You mentioned me?
#394 to #349 - giinthir
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Sexy Flutters
#473 to #472 - giinthir
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User avatar #369 to #349 - xalbobx
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Also it rhymes with Hurple Which means a limp.
#339 - victoryismine
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Purple. Nurple.
Purple. Nurple.
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#78 - lordcuntdestroyer
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Donald Duck cosplay is frowned upon in most places
#101 to #78 - dryctael
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Yes it is, but it's not banned in Finland   
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Yes it is, but it's not banned in Finland
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#317 to #101 - mrdrpage
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