true/false-Stupid Facts

by: Jasper_Lover_4_ever
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    In 1986, the program "Wheel of Fortune" earned of $100,000,000.

  2. 2

    In 1987, a 1,400-year-old lump of still-edible cheese was unearthed in Ireland

  3. 3

    In 1988, Michael Jackson earned an estimated $60,000,000.

  4. 4

    Patty Hearst's prison T-shirt: "Being kidnapped is always having to say you're sorry."

  5. 5

    The LaCoste shirt is named after French tennis star Rene LaCoste, Davis Cup winner in 1927.

  6. 6

    In Washington D.C., no building can be taller than the capitol.

  7. 7

    It takes about 2 million flowers to make one pound of honey.

  8. 8

    Kotex was first manufactured as bandages during World War I.

  9. 9

    Levi's were invented for the California gold miners in 1873

  10. 10

    M&M's were introduced in 1940 for U.S. soldiers, so their hands would not get sticky.

  11. 11

    Nearly 50% of the earth's surface is covered by the Pacific Ocean.

  12. 12

    Pepperoni is America's favorite pizza topping

  13. 13

    Pirates thought that wearing an earring in a pierced ear improved their eyesight.

  14. 14

    Einstein couldn't speak fluently when he was nine. His parents thought he might be retarded.

  15. 15

    Shultz is the most common last name in Germany.

  16. 16

    The biggest known pumpkin in history weighed almost 700 pounds.

  17. 17

    The biggest recorded bubble ever blown with bubble gum was 22 inches in diameter.

  18. 18

    The geographical center of the North American continent is Rugby, North Dakota.

  19. 19

    The most common bird in the world is the starling.

  20. 20

    The TV dinner was introduced in 1954.

  21. 21

    The zipper was invented in 1893 for use in shoes

  22. 22

    There is a town in Newfoundland, Canada called Dildo.

  23. 23

    Thomas Wedgewood took the world's first photograph in 1802.

  24. 24

    Water is heavier than ice.

  25. 25

    "All in the Family" was the #1 TV show in America from 1972-1976.

  26. 26

    According to Guiness, an Arkansas boy grew a 260-lb watermelon in 1985.

  27. 27

    America's first pizzeria opened in New York City in 1895

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