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The model of King Kong used in the original movie was only 18 inches tall.

The modern Olympic Games were held in the first time in 1896 at Athens and were then followed by the 1900 Paris games. The winter games were added in 1924.

The mola mola or ocean sunfish lays up to 5,000,000 eggs at one time.

The Mona Lisa, by daVinci, is 2'6" by 1'9".

The Mona-Lisa, now hanging in the Louvre museum in Paris, is valued today at $100,000,000.

The monastic hours are matins, lauds, prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers and compline.

The Montreal Canadians of the mid-1950s are the only team to win five straight Stanley Cup championships.

The Monty Python movie "The Life of Brian" was banned in Scotland.

The moon actually has mirrors on it. They were left there by astronauts who wanted to bounce laser beams off them, so that the distance to the moon can be measured.

The most abundant metal in the Earth's crust is aluminum.

The most collect calls are made on father's day.

The most common blood type in the world is Type O. The rarest, Type A-H, has been found in less than a dozen people since the type was discovered.

The most common disease in the world is tooth - decay.

The most common injury in bowling is a sore thumb.

The most common street name in the United States is Second Street. First Street isn’t first because many times the designation is replaced with the name Main Street.

The most expensive book or manuscript ever sold at an auction was The Codex Hammer, a notebook belonging to Leonardo da Vinci. It sold for $30.8 million.

The most expensive movie memorabilia ever sold at an auction was Clark Gable’s Academy Award for It Happened One Night. It sold for $607,500 on December 15, 1996.

The most expensive painting ever sold at auction was Portrait of Dr. Gachet by Vincent van Gogh. On May 15, 1990, Ryoei Saito paid $75 million for it. He followed up that spending spree by paying the second-highest price ever, $71 million for Au Moulin de la Galette by Pierre Auguste Renoir, just two days later.

The most frequently seen birds at feeders across North America last winter were the Dark-eyed Junco, House Finch and American goldfinch, along with downy woodpeckers, blue jays, mourning doves, black-capped chickadees, house sparrows, northern cardinals and european starlings.

The most searched thing on yahoo.com every year is porn.

The most snow accumulation in a one-day period was 75.8 inches at Silver Lake, Colorado, in April 1921.

The most successful X-rated movie of all time is Deep Throat. It cost less than $50,000 to make it and has earned more than $100 million.

The most used line in the movies is "Lets get out of here."

The most widely accepted legend associated to the discovery of coffee is of the goatherder named Kaldi of Ethiopia. Around the year 800-850 A.D., Kaldi was amazed as he noticed his goats behaving in a frisky manner after eating the leaves and berries of a coffee shrub. And, of course, he had to try them!

The most widely culticated fruit in the world is the Apple.The second is the Pear.

The motto for the Olympic Games is Citius Altius Fortius. Translated, it means Faster Higher Stronger.

The mouse is the most common mammal in the US.

The movie As Good As It Gets is called Mr. Cat Poop in China.

The movie Quo Vadis had 30,000 extras.

The Museum of Modern Art in New York City hung Matisse's 'Le Bateau' upside-down for 47 days before an art student noticed the error.

The muzzle of a lion is like a fingerprint no two lions have the same pattern of whiskers.

The nail of our middle finger grows the fastest and the nail of our thumb grows slowest.

The name "Uncle Sam" for the U.S. came from a person known as Uncle Sam Wilson of Troy, NY, who supplied food for the U.S. army in the war of 1812.

The name Coca-Cola in China was first rendered as 'Ke-kou-ke-la.' Unfortunately, the Company did not discover until after thousands of signs had been printed that the phrase means 'bite the wax tadpole' or 'female horse stuffed with wax' depending on the dialect. Coke then researched Chinese characters and found a close phonetic equivalent, 'ko-kou-ko-le,' which can be loosely translated as 'happiness in the mouth.'

The name for Oz in the Wizard of Oz was thought up when the creator Frank Baum looked at his filing cabinet and saw A-N and O-Z.

The name for the middle part of the nose (the part that separates the nostrils) is called a chaffanue

The name 'Intel' stems from the company's former name, 'Integrated Electronics'.

The name of all the continents end with the same letter that they start with.

The name of the dog from "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" is Max.

The name of the dog on the Cracker Jack box is Bingo.

The name of the first airplane flown at Kitty Hawk by the Wright Brothers, on December 17, 1903, was Bird of Prey.

The name of the Russian space station, Mir, means "peace."

The name Santa Claus is a corruption of the Dutch dialect name for Saint Nicholas Sint Klass.

The name Wendy was made up for the book "Peter Pan". There was never a recorded Wendy before.

The name Wendy was made up for the book 'Peter Pan'. It came from the author's friends, whom he called his "fwendy" (friend)

The name Wendy was made up for the book Peter Pan. There was never a recorded Wendy before it.

The nation of Monaco on the French Riviera, is smaller than Central Park in New York. Monaco is 370 acres and Central Park is 840 acres.

The national anthem of Greece has 158 verses.

The national dish of Scotland, haggis, is made of the heart, liver, lungs and small intestines of a calf. It's then boiled in the stomach of the animal, and seasoned with salt, pepper and onions. Oh, and don't forget to add the suet and oatmeal.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced in 1978 that it would alternate men's and women's names in the naming of hurricanes. It was seen as an attempt at fair play. Hurricanes had been named for women for years, until NOAA succumbed to pressure from women's groups who were demanding that Atlantic storms be given unisex names.

The national sport of Nauru, a small Pacific island, is lassoing flying birds.

The Navy SEALs were formed in 1962.

The Neanderthal's brain was bigger than yours is.

The nearest relative of the hippopotamus is the common pig.

The Netherlands is the lowest country in the world. An estimated 40% of its land is below sea level.

The New York City Chamber of Commerce is the oldest chamber of commerce in the United States. King George III granted a royal charter for it in 1770.

The New York phone book had 22 Hitlers listed before World War II ... and none after.

The New York Yankees have won the most champoinships (26 times) in their respected sport (MLB, NBA, NHL, NFL) for any professional sports team.

The Nile catfish swim upside down.

The number 111,111,111 multiplied by itself will result in the number 12,345,678,987,654,321.

The number 2,520 can be divided by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 without having a fractional leftover.

The number 37 will wholly divide (no decimals) into 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777, 888, and 999.

The number of atoms in a pound of iron is nearly five trillion trillion: 4,891,500,000,000,000,000,000,000.

The number of cricket chirps you count in a fifteen-second span, plus 37, will tell you the approximate current air temperature.

The number of possible ways of playing just the first four moves on each side in a game of chess is 318,979,564,000.

The number of times a drowning person will rise to the surface depends on how much air is in his lungs. He could rise once, twice, or five times. Or not at all. Obese people will stay afloat longer than skinny people because fat contains air molecules.

The number of triplets born in the US in 1994 (4,594) was more than triple the number born in 1971 (1,034), an increase attributed to older age of the mothers and the use of fertility-enhancing drugs and techniques.

The number of VCRs in the United States grew from 52,565,000 in 1987 to 86,825,000 in 1997, a 39.5% increase.

The numbers "172" can be found on the back of a US $5 bill, in the bushes at the base of the Lincoln memorial.

The numbers 111 222 333 444 555 666 777 888 999 are all multiples of 37.

The numbers on opposite sides of a die always add up to seven.

The nursery rhyme Ring Around the Rosy is a rhyme about the plague. Infected people with the plague would get red circular sores ("Ring around the rosy..."), these sores would smell very badly so common folks would put flowers on their bodies somewhere (inconspicuously), so that it would cover the smell of the sores ("...a pocket full of posies..."), People who died from the plague would be burned so as to reduce the possible spread of the disease ("...ashes, ashes, we all fall down!")

The Oblivion ride at Alton Towers has a G-force of 5. Thats higher than the G-force of an average NASA take-off!

The occupations of the three men in a tub were butcher, baker, and candlestick maker.

The odds against a royal flush in poker are exactly 649,739 to 1.

The odds of being born male are about 51.2%, according to census.

The official definition of a desert is any land that where more water evaporates than is acquired through precipitation.

The official name of the St. Louis Gateway Arch is "The Jefferson National Expansion Monument." The Gateway Arch looks taller than it is wider, but it is exactly 630 feet by 630 feet.

The official sport for the State of Maryland is jousting.

The official state song of Georgia since 1922 has been "Georgia on My Mind".

The Ohio river forms at the confluence of the Allegheny and the Monongahela.

The oiuja board was invented by Isaac and William Fuld, and was patented July 1, 1892.

The oldest "cricket" match was played between the USA and Canada in 1844.

The oldest continuous comic strip still in existence is The Katzenjammer Kids. It first appeared in newspapers in 1897.

The oldest exposed surface on earth is New Zealand's south island.

The oldest goldfish lived for 14,795 days.

The oldest living thing in existence is not a giant redwood, but a bristlecone pine in the White Mountains of California, dated to be aged 4,600 years old.

The oldest man-made building of any kind still existing is the central edifice of the 4,600-year-old mastaba (a tomb for kings) built at Sakkara, Egypt. It was created to honor King Zoser, the first ruler of the Third Dynasty.

The oldest musical instrument is probably the flute. It's been discovered that primitive cave dwellers made an instrument from bamboo or some other small hollow wood.

The oldest person to live was Jeanne Louise Calment, she lived for a whopping 122 years until she died of smoking related complications. Don't Smoke!

The oldest recorded document on paper made from fibrous material was a deed of King Roger of Sicily, in the year 1102.

The oldest tennis court in the world is the one built at Hampton Court in 1530 for Henry VIII.

The oldest works of art are pictures of animals found in caves in Spain and France. They have been dates as far back as 18,000 years ago.

The olive branch in the eagle's right talon has 13 leaves.

The Olympic Games were held in St. Louis, MO. In 1904, the first time that the games were held in the United States.

The Olympic was the sister ship of the Titanic, and she provided twenty-five years of service.

The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is "uncopyrightable"!

The only animals that can naturally sleep on their backs are humans. No other animal actually does--apes usually sleep sitting up and leaning on something.

The only big cat that doesn't roar is a Jaguar

The only bird that can fly backwards is the hummingbird.

The only bird that cannot fly is the penguin

The only bone in the human body not connected to another is the hyoid, a V-shaped bone located at the base of the tongue between the mandible and the voice box. Its function is to support the tongue and its muscles.

The only bone not broken so far during any ski accident is one located in the inner ear.

The only continent without reptiles or snakes is Antarctica.

The only countries in the world with one syllable in their names are Chad, France, Greece, and Spain.

The only difference between brown eyes and every other colored eyes is that brown eyes have more pigment.

The only dog to ever appear in a Shakespearean play was Crab in The Two Gentlemen of Verona

The only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible is the cat.

The only father and son to hit back-to-back home runs in a major league baseball game: Ken Griffey, Jr., and his father, Ken Griffey, Sr., both of the Seattle Mariners in a game against the California Angels on September 14th, 1990.

The only food cockroaches won't eat are cucumbers.

The only jointless bone in your body is the hyoid bone in your throat

The only loss Packers' coach Vince Lombardi ever suffered in the postseason was to the Philadelphia Eagles, 17-13, in the 1960 NFL championship game.

The only member of the British House of Commons who is not allowed to speak is the man called the Speaker of the House.

The only MLB team to have both its city's name and its team name in a foreign language is the San Diego Padres.

The only mobile national monuments in the United States are the cable cars in San Francisco.

The only one of his sculptures that Michelangelo signed was the "The Pieta," completed in 1500.

The only painting by Leonardo da Vinci on permanent display in the United States hangs in the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. It's a portrait of Ginevra di Benci, the wife of a politician in Florence.

The only president buried in Washington, D.C. proper: Woodrow Wilson, who was laid to rest in the National Cathedral.

The only president buried on the grounds of a state capitol: James Polk in Nashville, Tenn.

The only President in office to weigh less than 100 pounds was James Madison.

The only President to be head of a labor union was Ronald Reagan.

The only presidents buried together: John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams are in a basement crypt in Quincy, Mass.

The only real person to be a PEZ head was Betsy Ross.

The only repealed amendment to the US Constitution deals with the prohibition of alcohol.

The only rock that floats in water is pumice.

The only state allowed to fly its flag at the same height as the U.S. flag is Texas.

The only three non-Presidents pictured on U.S. paper money are: Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill, Benjamin Franklin on the $100 bill, and Salmon Chase on the $10,000 bill.

The only time the human population declined was in the years following 1347, the start of the epidemic of the plague 'Black Death' in Europe.

The only two days of the year in which there are no professional sports games (MLB, NBA, NHL, or NFL) are the day before and the day after the Major League all-stars Game

The only U.S. president to be born on the fourth of July was Calvin Coolidge.

The only way a cow can clean out its nose is to lick the gooie substance called BOOGERS out with its tongue...YUCK!!

The opposite sides of a dice cube always add up to seven.

The Oprah Winfrey Show started out as a local morning talk show called A.M. Chicago. The name was changed in September 1985 after Winfrey beat Donahue in the Chicago ratings. The show was expanded from a half and to an hour and went nationwide a year later.

The orgasms of common, barnyard pigs can last up to thirty minutes!

The origin of bananas is traced back to the Malaysian jungles of Southeast Asia, where so many varieties and names for the banana are in that area.

The origin of right-handed buttons on men's shirts stems from battles where they wore armor. With most men being right handed the armor needed to overlap so that a sword could not enter through the gap during a right-handed blow from an adversary.

The original American Express card was purple.

The original coke contained cocaine and was labeled as a "cure all miracle drug". It became the popular soda when it carbonated water was accidentally added to it. The cocaine, however, was later removed when people began to become addicted.

The original name for basketball, as invented by Dr. James Naismith, was indoor rugby. It was one of the game's first players that started calling it basketball because of the peach baskets that acted as the original goals.

The original name for butterfly was flutterby.

The original name of Los Angeles was El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles del rio Porciuncula, translating into:The Village of our Lady the Queen of the Angels of the Porciuncula River.

The original purpose of a coffin was not to protect the body from prowling animals or grave robbers. It was invented to keep the dearly departed from coming back to haunt survivors.

The original purpose of the coffin was to prevent the dearly departed from coming back and haunting the survivors.

The original story from Tales of 1001 Arabian Nights begins, "Aladdin was a little Chinese boy."

The original Volkswagen Bug Has Finally Stopped Production. The last one rolled out in brazil on July 31st 2003. The car introduced in 1946. 57 years in production. The fact is that there were more classic vw bugs produced then any other car ever. about 400 million to be exact. wow.

The origional Coca cola was so named because it did, in fact, contain cocaine. Today, however, the coke cans labeled "original" do not contain any cocaine.

The Oscar award got its name from an actress who mentioned it looks like her uncle Oscar.

The Oscar statuette was designed by MGM's art director, Cedric Gibbons, in 1928. The design has remained unchanged, except for getting a higher pedestal in the 1940's.

The Ostrich people in Africa are a group of people who have only 2 toes due to inbreeding

The Ouija board got its name from the combination of the French and German words for "yes" oui and ja.

The owner of every hotel in Hastings, Nebraska, is required to provide each guest with a clean and pressed nightshirt. No couple, even if they are married, may sleep together in the nude. Nor may they have sex unless they are wearing one of these clean, white cotton nightshirts.

The Pacific Giant Octopus, the largest octopus in the world, grows from the size of pea to a 150 pound behemoth potentially 30 feet across in only two years, its entire life-span.

The Pacific Ocean at the Isthmus of Panama is often 20 feet higher than the Atlantic Ocean.

The Pacific Ocean fills nearly a complete hemisphere of the earth's surface.

The Pacific Ocean holds 46% of the world’s water. The rest is divided up as followed: Atlantic Ocean – 23.9%, Indian Ocean – 20.3%, and the Arctic Ocean – 3.7%.

The Pacific Ocean was named by Magellen because it was calmer than the Atlantic

The painting, "American Gothic" depicts the sister and the dentist of artist Grant Wood as rural farm folk.

The Pantheon is the largest building from ancient Rome that survives intact.

The past-tense of the English word "dare" is "durst".

The patron saint of dentists is St. Apollonia. She reportedly had her teeth pulled out in 249 AD by an anti-Christian mob.

The peace symbol was created in 1958 as a nuclear disarmament symbol by the Direct Action Committee, and was first shown that year at peace marches in England. The symbol is a composite of the semaphore signals N and D, representing nuclear disarmament.

The penalty for killing a cat, 4,000 years ago in Egypt, was death.

The penguin is the only bird that can't fly but can swim.

The Pentagon in Arlington Virginia has twice as many bathrooms as is necessary. When it was built in the 1940s the state of Virginia still had segregation laws requiring separate toilet facilities for blacks and whites.

The period at the end of this sentence can hold 2,000,000 hydrogen atoms.

The period between midnight and dawn is the best time to look for shooting stars. On a normal night you can see between five and ten an hour. In a desert, you can see one every eight minutes.

The permanent teeth that erupt to replace their primary predecessors (baby teeth) are called succedaneous teeth.

The Philippines consist of 2,100 islands.

The Philippines has more than 1,000 regional dialects and two official languages.

The phone number of the white house is: (202) 456-1414.

The phrase "raining cats and dogs" originated in 17th Century England. During heavy downpours of rain, many of these poor animals unfortunately drowned and their bodies would be seen floating in the rain torrents that raced through the streets. The situation gave the appearance that it had literally rained "cats and dogs" and led to the current expression.

The phrase "raining cats and dogs" originated in 17th Century England. During heavy downpours of rain, many of these poor animals unfortunately drowned and their bodies would be seen floating in the rain torrents that raced through the streets. The situation gave the appearance that it had literally rained "cats and dogs" and led to the current expression.

The phrase "rule of thumb" is derived from an old English law which stated that you couldn't beat your wife with anything wider than your thumb.

The phrase "sleep tight" originated when mattresses were set upon ropes woven through the bed frame. To remedy sagging ropes, one would use a bed key to tighten the rope.

The phrase 'going bananas' was first recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary, and is linked to the fruit's 'comic' connections with monkeys.

The pigmy shrew a relative of the mole is the smallest mammal in North America. It weighs 1/14 ounce less than a dime.

The Pillsbury Bake-off has been held every year since 1948.

The pineapple was symbol of welcome in the 1700-1800's. That is why in New England you will see so many pineapples on door knockers. An arch in Providence RI leading into the Federal Hill neighborhood has a pineapple on it for that very reason. Pineapples were brought home by seafarers as gifts.

The placement of a donkey's eyes in its' head enables it to see all four feet at one time.

The plant life in the oceans make up about 85 percent of all the greenery on the Earth.

The plastic things on the end of shoelaces are called aglets.

The platypus and echidna are the only mammals that hatch from eggs. Both live in Australia.

The play Chantecler, written by French playwright Edmond Rostand, features a rooster as the major character.

The poison arrow frog has enough poison to kill about 2,200 people.

The poisonous copperhead smells like fresh cut cucumbers.

The poisonous copperhead snake smells like fresh cut cucumbers.

The pop you hear when you crack your knuckles is actually a bubble of gas burning.

The popular name for the giant sequoia tree is Redwood.

The population of the American colonies in 1610 was 350.

The position of a donkey's eyeballs allow them to see all four of their feet

The pound cake got its name from the pound of butter it contained.

The pound sign is called a 'octothorp.'

The praying mantis is the only insect that can turn its head.

The precise geographical center of the North American continent is in a town called Rugby, North Dakota.

The principality of Monaco consists of only 370 acres.

The Professor on "Gilligan's Island" was named Roy Hinkley. The Skipper was named Jonas Grumby. Both names were used only once in the entire series, on the first episode.

The Professor's real name was Roy Hinkley, Mary Ann's last name was Summers and Mrs. Howell's maiden name was Wentworth.

The Prudential Life Insurance Company in USA stopped using their slogan "Own A Piece Of The Rock" after Rock Hudson died of AIDS and many jokes where made about him and the slogan.

The Puritans had such an obsessive fear of masturbation that almost any means were used to curtail the practice. For instance, some doctors recommended covering the penis with plaster of Paris.

The queen of England does not have the right to vote in any British election.

The queen of England has two birthdays.

The Queen termite can live up to 50 years and have 30,000 children every day.

The raised reflective dots in the middle of highways are called Botts

The Ramses brand condom is named after the great phaoroh Ramses II who fathered over 160 children.

The rapid rate of expansion of gas is what gives steam its power. One volume of water, at normal atmospheric pressure and at the boiling point, yields 1,670 volume of steam.

The reason firehouses have circular stairways is from the days of yore when the engines were pulled by horses. The horses were stabled on the ground floor and figured out how to walk up straight staircases.

The reason most mosquito bites itch is because mosquitoes inject saliva into the persons skin before they suck your blood. They take it out once they are done, but if they are forced to fly away, they don't get a chance to draw the saliva out. And it is their saliva that causes the itch.

The reason why the very beginning of The Wizard of Oz is black and white, is because color was not available at that point. When color was available, the writers decided to start using it in Munchkinland.

The record for the biggest one day rainfall was set on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, on March 15, 1952, where 74 inches of rain fell in 24 hours.

The record for the most weddings is held by King Mogul of Siam, who had 9000 weddings and 9000 wives.

The red capes used to taunt bulls in bullfights is the same shade of red as the bull's blood. That way you can't tell it is covered with the bull's blood by the end of the fight. Fight spectators like bullfighting, but not blood.`

The red kangaroo of Australia can jump 27 feet in one bound.

The red sea is not red.

The red spot on the 7up cans comes from it's inventor. He was an albino (albinos have red eyes).

The regular garden variety caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head.

The Republic of Israel was established April 23, 1948.

The revolving door was invented August 7, 1888, by Theophilus Van Kannel, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Ribbon worm will start eating itself to avoid starvation

The ridges on the sides of coins are called reeding or milling.

The right lung is slightly larger than the left

The right side of a boat was called the starboard side due to the fact that the astronavigators used to stand out on the plank (which was on the right side) to get an unobstructed view of the stars. The left side was called the port side because that was the side that you put in on at the port.

The river Danube empties into the Black Sea.

The Romans defeated Hannibal's elephants after they found that the elephants were afraid of the smell of horse blood. On the battlefield they slit the throats of their own horses in order to cause the enemy's mounts to panic.

The Romans made condoms from the muscle tissue of warriors they defeated in battle.

The rose family of plants, in addition to flowers, gives us apples, pears, plums, cherries, almonds, peaches and apricots.

The rosy periwinkle plant, found in Madagascar, is used to cure leukemia.

The rumble that is created when a Harley's engine runs has been patented by the company

The Russian Imperial Necklace has been loaned out by Joseff jewelers of Hollywood for 1,215 different feature films.

The S in Harry S Truman stands for nothing.

The safety pin was patented in 1849 by Walter Hunt. He sold the patent rights for $400.

The Sahara Desert expands at a rate of about 1 km each month.

The Sahara desert is larger as Europe and large then the combined areas of next largest 9 deserts.

The Sahara Desert is over twice as big as the second largest desert in the world, The Australian Desert. The Sahara is 3.5 million square miles compared to the 1.47 million square miles of the Australian. This is "true" in the generic sense of the Autralian Desert. There is no Australian Desert. It is divided into many different deserts. What would be true would be to say the Sahara is bigger than the desert space in Australia (which is A LOT not sure how much as a percentage of the total land mass of australia).

The sailfish can swim faster than a horse can gallop.

The saluki is the oldest known breed of domesticated dog. Carvings of animals resembling the saluki have been found in excavations of the Sumerian Empire. They are believed to have originated from between 6,000 and 7,000 B.C.

The salute of uniform bodies (eg. army, police) originated from knights who lifted their visors to show their face to a royalty.

The same material that is used to make bulletproof glass is also used in Tupperware's Rock 'n Serve containers. The container, however, is not entirely bulletproof. Due to the lifetime warrantee on Tupperware products, the company will replace it for FREE! (Just in case you're in quick need of a shield and a Rock 'n Serve is the only thing handy)

The San Diego Zoo in California has the largest collection of animals in the world
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