A man is generally at his heaviest in his 40th year.
— The Nelson Evening Mail, October 10 1906
The Museum of Emotions in London has a game with yes/no answers.
Adolf Hitler fixed the Nazi Party registrations, to make it seem they had more members than they did.
The endnotes to David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest comprise their own entire audiobook.
Vandals put lives at risk.
The ‘Blue Danube’ waltz is played on a radio station somewhere in the world every minute of the day and night.
The English county of Midsomer has the highest murder rate of any non-metropolitan area in the UK.
Barns are typically painted red because of nuclear fusion.
In France a few yards of silk can make a nobleman.
The Cutty Sark was still in service in 1953.
‘Orientation’ comes from the fact that the earliest Western maps placed the East at the top, putting Paradise in pole position.
Public procurement expenditure accounts for nearly 50% of the Afghan budget.
The weather in Northern Ireland is always fine.
Girls have a higher chance of getting pregnant than boys.