25 Most Popular Superstitions Around The World

Iquitos Peru is the largest city in the world inaccessible by road. It's located deep in the Amazon rainforest and has over 400 000 people.

All blue eyed people can be traced back to one person who lived near the Black Sea almost 10 000 years ago.

Humans shed about 600 000 particles of skin every hour.


25 Most Popular Superstitions Around The World

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Exposure to Secondhand smoke causes nearly 50 000 deaths each year in the U.S. alone.

Cherophobia is the fear of fun.

0.3% of all road accidents in Canada involve a Moose.

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women.

BEER & MARIJUANA are cousins: beer's hops are in the same family of flowering plants as marijuana.

A koala's brain is only 0.2% of its body weight.

A secret message was engraved inside Abraham Lincoln's pocket watch by a jeweler and it was not discovered until 2009.

There are twice as many suicides as there are homicides in the U.S.

Islam will equal Christianity in size by 2050.

A 13-year old boy in Florida was once arrested for excessive farting in school.

The World's First Paper Money was created in China 1 400 years ago.

It has been estimated it would take 70 cups of coffee to kill a 154-pound (70 kg) person.

Robert Louis Stevenson wrote the 60 000-words-long "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" during a six-day cocaine high.

Google's First Computer Storage Was Made From LEGO.

People say “bless you” when you sneeze because your heart stops for a millisecond.

In 2008 wine started flowing through taps in dozens of homes during a grape festival in Italy due to a technical error.

“Facebook Addiction Disorder” is a mental disorder identified by Psychologists.

A man left Havana in a hot air balloon in 1856 and has been missing ever since.

Spiders don't have penises. They mate with the appendages on their face.

Bill Gates wrote rival Steve Jobs a letter as he was dying. He kept it by his bed.

In English four is the only digit that has the same number of letters as its value.

Cat owners are 30% less likely to suffer a heart attack.


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Antarctica is the coldest windiest highest and driest continent on Earth.

The Sagrada Familia church in Spain has been under construction for over 130 years and it's only expected to be complete by 2026.

Yoda from Star Wars was almost played by a monkey.

The skeleton of Jeremy Bentham is present at all important meetings of the University of London

Your stomach needs to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks or it would digest itself.

Two F16 pilots went on a suicide mission to stop Flight 93 on 9/11. In the end the flight's passengers took the plane down.

Alexander the Great washed his hair in saffron to keep it shiny and orange.

An Indian woman who lost her leg after being thrown from a moving train became the first female amputee to climb Mount Everest in 2013.

Four men in the history of boxing have been knocked out in the first eleven seconds of the first round.

There are more TVs in the U.S. than people in the U.K.

It takes the average McDonald's employee 7 months to earn what a CEO makes in an hour.

A baby goat is called a “kid”.

Ferrets sleep around 20 hours a day.

Alexander the Great had heterochromia iridum: one of his eyes was blue and the other was brown.

In 1778 fashionable women of Paris never went out in blustery weather without a lightning rod attached to their hats.


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