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Useless Facts
 
This is a place for you to post useless and trivial knowledge just like the old discussion Pazas had. Did you know that the states of Kentucky and New York are the only states that are split into two or more pieces. What other useless knowledge do you know?

  • What do you mean about New York and Kentucky being... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Dec 19, 99 (#1 of 4568)
  • Did you know there are 365 days, 6 hr, 9 min, 9.5... by John Seeliger - Dec 19, 99 (#2 of 4568)
  • The far western part of Kentucky is seperated from... by John Seeliger - Dec 19, 99 (#3 of 4568)
  • What about New York? by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Dec 19, 99 (#4 of 4568)
  • There are two islands in New York Harbor that... by John Seeliger - Dec 19, 99 (#5 of 4568)
  • An ostrich's eye is bigger than it's brain. by Dave N. Batchelder - Dec 19, 99 (#6 of 4568)
  • The horse has the biggest eye of any mammal and it... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Dec 19, 99 (#7 of 4568)
  • BTW, who the heck made this folder?.. by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Dec 19, 99 (#8 of 4568)
  • not meaning to be rude of course... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Dec 19, 99 (#9 of 4568)
  • I did :-) by John Seeliger - Dec 19, 99 (#10 of 4568)
  • The longest place-name still in use is... by Brianna Hughes - Dec 20, 99 (#11 of 4568)
  • You know, just earlier today, I was confronted... by Dave N. Batchelder - Dec 20, 99 (#12 of 4568)
  • What about Michigan, isn't that split because of... by Mimi - Dec 20, 99 (#13 of 4568)
  • (oh and Hawaii and Alaska too because they have... by Mimi - Dec 20, 99 (#14 of 4568)
  • Michigan's the only fully American lake. by Dave N. Batchelder - Dec 20, 99 (#15 of 4568)
  • The waters between Michigan's upper penensula and... by John Seeliger - Dec 20, 99 (#16 of 4568)
  • OK I get it! by Mimi - Dec 20, 99 (#17 of 4568)
  • The only state which does not share any letters... by Lefty - Dec 20, 99 (#18 of 4568)
  • There are three words in the english language that... by Lefty - Dec 20, 99 (#19 of 4568)
  • In Utah, you can register yourself with a legal... by Lefty - Dec 20, 99 (#20 of 4568)
  • The longest, single syllable word that has only... by Lefty - Dec 20, 99 (#21 of 4568)
  • Before he was known as "Mickey," Walt Disney... by Lefty - Dec 20, 99 (#22 of 4568)
  • The stewardress thing is kewl... by Sakura - Dec 20, 99 (#23 of 4568)
  • john and mimi...for some strange reason i knew... by e e cummings - Dec 21, 99 (#24 of 4568)
  • How do they know that the gold fish hasonly three... by Ann-B - Dec 21, 99 (#25 of 4568)
  • A frog with no legs is deaf. by Pilgrim - Dec 21, 99 (#26 of 4568)
  • A cricket with no legs is mute. by Lefty - Dec 21, 99 (#27 of 4568)
  • They don't walk good either!!!! by Fran Hinkel - Dec 21, 99 (#28 of 4568)
  • LOL!!! by Mimi - Dec 21, 99 (#29 of 4568)
  • A horse with no nose will never win close races.... by Anthony Bault - Dec 21, 99 (#30 of 4568)
  • Sorry to disappoint you Lefty... by Jeandiata - Dec 21, 99 (#31 of 4568)
  • A whales heart is as big as a Volkswagon bug... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Dec 21, 99 (#32 of 4568)
  • LEFTY!!!!!!!!!.. by Ze Moi - Dec 22, 99 (#33 of 4568)
  • sorry, i mean ogry! by Ze Moi - Dec 22, 99 (#34 of 4568)
  • if the word existed and the riddle was worded... by Neil - Dec 23, 99 (#35 of 4568)
  • Sorry, you're wrong, it is NOT ogry, and the word... by Lefty - Dec 23, 99 (#36 of 4568)
  • Actually, in some dictionaries the word is just... by Anthony Bault - Dec 23, 99 (#37 of 4568)
  • Welll you must have a completely different... by Neil - Dec 23, 99 (#38 of 4568)
  • See ya later... by Fran Hinkel - Dec 23, 99 (#39 of 4568)
  • OK - Time to put this issue to rest!.. by Jeandiata - Dec 23, 99 (#40 of 4568)
  • Funny - I searched the merriam webster site and it... by Neil - Dec 23, 99 (#41 of 4568)
  • YES!!!.. by Anthony Bault - Dec 23, 99 (#42 of 4568)
  • Neil - There are 2 versions of the riddle... by Jeandiata - Dec 23, 99 (#43 of 4568)
  • with that spinning round in my head???.. by Neil - Dec 23, 99 (#44 of 4568)
  • *Biting my nails* I can't relax until I know... by Fran Hinkel - Dec 23, 99 (#45 of 4568)
  • Can't help myself, you know how I am... by Fran Hinkel - Dec 23, 99 (#46 of 4568)
  • I am a witness to your relentlessness in exploring... by Is_this_normal? - Dec 23, 99 (#47 of 4568)
  • Fran - I'm sorry but I couldn't find atgry... by Jeandiata - Dec 23, 99 (#48 of 4568)
  • (((((Jean))))) (((((ITN))))) by Fran Hinkel - Dec 23, 99 (#49 of 4568)
  • there's no such word in the online dictionary... by Ze Moi - Dec 23, 99 (#50 of 4568)
  • isn't the word ogre, meaning a bad person or "sour... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Dec 23, 99 (#51 of 4568)
  • I mean ogry, not ogre... by Ze Moi - Dec 23, 99 (#52 of 4568)
  • OK, you asked for it, you'll get it: The... by Lupin - Dec 23, 99 (#53 of 4568)
  • We had this come up at work a while back and... by Neil - Dec 24, 99 (#54 of 4568)
  • kewl!!!.. by Ze Moi - Dec 24, 99 (#55 of 4568)
  • Sorry about all the confusion everyone... by Lefty - Dec 25, 99 (#56 of 4568)
  • All the great stuff that Jeandiata wrote lists GRY... by Lefty - Dec 25, 99 (#57 of 4568)
  • Yow, Lupin... by MNemonic Agent - Dec 26, 99 (#58 of 4568)
  • Why are you talking about spelling?.. by Sakura - Dec 26, 99 (#59 of 4568)
  • When beryllium is bombarded with alpha particles... by John Seeliger - Dec 26, 99 (#60 of 4568)
  • Lupin... by Puma - Dec 26, 99 (#61 of 4568)
  • When the president gives the State of the Union... by John Seeliger - Dec 26, 99 (#62 of 4568)
  • Darn!.. by Puma - Dec 26, 99 (#63 of 4568)
  • How about the state of Maine, which has a small... by Ronald Kimball - Dec 27, 99 (#64 of 4568)
  • Here's the original, correct phrasing of the -gry... by Ronald Kimball - Dec 27, 99 (#65 of 4568)
  • it's language!! by Ze Moi - Dec 27, 99 (#66 of 4568)
  • I was using as my source: ... by John Seeliger - Dec 27, 99 (#67 of 4568)
  • In Marbury v... by John Seeliger - Dec 27, 99 (#68 of 4568)
  • *sigh* don't any of you know any trivia that ... by Diva - Dec 27, 99 (#69 of 4568)
  • The largest mountain range in Australia is the... by John Seeliger - Dec 27, 99 (#70 of 4568)
  • one more fact... by bookgirl - Dec 27, 99 (#71 of 4568)
  • I was using as my source: ... by John Seeliger - Dec 28, 99 (#72 of 4568)
  • Mumia Abu Jamal?.. by Fran Hinkel - Dec 28, 99 (#73 of 4568)
  • John I hope you've learned your lesson; the way... by Ronald Kimball - Dec 28, 99 (#74 of 4568)
  • Diva -- well here is something that might fit here... by Mimi - Dec 28, 99 (#75 of 4568)
  • *sigh* no doubt ours Mimi, a lot of people... by Diva - Dec 28, 99 (#76 of 4568)
  • Emus and kangaroos cannot walk backwards, and are... by MNemonic Agent - Dec 28, 99 (#77 of 4568)
  • PV=nRT by Ersatz - Dec 28, 99 (#78 of 4568)
  • Pigs can't perspire. by Puma - Dec 28, 99 (#79 of 4568)
  • What is the other fact that they say about... by Is_this_normal? - Dec 28, 99 (#80 of 4568)
  • If you're thinking about the one I believe... by Puma - Dec 28, 99 (#81 of 4568)
  • Yup, that is the one...LOL by Is_this_normal? - Dec 28, 99 (#82 of 4568)
  • There are more Roman ruins in Turkey than in Italy... by Jeandiata - Dec 29, 99 (#83 of 4568)
  • Puma, ITN, tell! by Mimi - Dec 29, 99 (#84 of 4568)
  • Mimi - I don't really remember the fact except wat... by Is_this_normal? - Dec 29, 99 (#85 of 4568)
  • yeah puma, tell!!! by Ze Moi - Dec 29, 99 (#86 of 4568)
  • Hey, wow, I just discovered this area of the... by Sarah M. - Dec 30, 99 (#87 of 4568)
  • Don't be too sure of that Sarah....LOL And Welcome... by Jeandiata - Dec 30, 99 (#88 of 4568)
  • Hi Sarah, Glad you found us, welcome!.. by Fran Hinkel - Dec 30, 99 (#89 of 4568)
  • Sunlight House, built in 1932, was the first... by Rik Shepherd. - Dec 30, 99 (#90 of 4568)
  • On the radio it said Facts Men Wish Women Knew by Sakura - Dec 30, 99 (#91 of 4568)
  • Owls have such huge eyes that if they were... by Pure Evil - Dec 30, 99 (#92 of 4568)
  • the rain in spain falls mainly on the plain by Barbie - Dec 30, 99 (#93 of 4568)
  • and in Hartford, Hereford and Hampshire,... by Jeandiata - Dec 30, 99 (#94 of 4568)
  • lol :o) Haven't heard that one befor :o) by Barbie - Dec 30, 99 (#95 of 4568)
  • :oÞ~~~~~~~~~~~ by Jeandiata - Dec 30, 99 (#96 of 4568)
  • :op~~~~~~~~~~~~ to you too :o) by Barbie - Dec 30, 99 (#97 of 4568)
  • (try alt0222) Þ~~~~~~~~ by Jeandiata - Dec 30, 99 (#98 of 4568)
  • :oÞ~~~~~~~~ nifty!!!.. by Barbie - Dec 30, 99 (#99 of 4568)
  • lol by Jeandiata - Dec 30, 99 (#100 of 4568)
  • :o) by Barbie - Dec 30, 99 (#101 of 4568)
  • The Jamestown, Westfield & North Western... by Rik Shepherd. - Dec 31, 99 (#102 of 4568)
  • Boris Yelsin the outgoing president of Russia was... by John Seeliger - Dec 31, 99 (#103 of 4568)
  • First-man-in-space Yuri Gagarin had logged only 75... by Pilgrim - Dec 31, 99 (#104 of 4568)
  • BSB is my fav band... by Sakura - Dec 31, 99 (#105 of 4568)
  • You're wrong Sparkle, that is usless (j/k)... by _Hastings - Dec 31, 99 (#106 of 4568)
  • THEY ARE NOT USELESS!.. by Sakura - Dec 31, 99 (#107 of 4568)
  • THEY ARE NOT USELESS AND THEY ARE NOT... by Ze Moi - Dec 31, 99 (#108 of 4568)
  • lets take this to Music Must be the Food of... by Sakura - Dec 31, 99 (#109 of 4568)
  • Whoa, BSB a BAND?.. by _Hastings - Jan 1, 00 (#110 of 4568)
  • oops!.. by _Hastings - Jan 1, 00 (#111 of 4568)
  • i'm not offended by that _hastings... by Ze Moi - Jan 1, 00 (#112 of 4568)
  • Useless fact: MNers really stand behind their... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 1, 00 (#113 of 4568)
  • ((Hastings)) we all have opinions... by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#114 of 4568)
  • I get whutever ones i have from... by Ze Moi - Jan 1, 00 (#115 of 4568)
  • didja know that if u caount up all the letters of... by Ze Moi - Jan 1, 00 (#116 of 4568)
  • that's kewl Ze!! by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#117 of 4568)
  • In a famous New Year's Day column, newspaperman... by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#118 of 4568)
  • January 1, 1788 London's Daily Universal... by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#119 of 4568)
  • In ancient China, towns were often arranged in... by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#120 of 4568)
  • wwwwwweeee!.. by Sakura - Jan 1, 00 (#121 of 4568)
  • Useless fact: There was a really dumb reporter on... by Barbie - Jan 1, 00 (#122 of 4568)
  • yay!!!.. by Ze Moi - Jan 1, 00 (#123 of 4568)
  • actually, I was talking about florida :o) I live... by Barbie - Jan 1, 00 (#124 of 4568)
  • Well what can you expect Barbie?.. by _Hastings - Jan 1, 00 (#125 of 4568)
  • Based on area covered, the skin is the largest... by MNemonic Agent - Jan 1, 00 (#126 of 4568)
  • lol, nice comeback :o) regardless, she's quite... by Barbie - Jan 1, 00 (#127 of 4568)
  • however, you do not get scolarships or government... by Barbie - Jan 1, 00 (#128 of 4568)
  • I try ;O) But you do realize, no matter what... by _Hastings - Jan 1, 00 (#129 of 4568)
  • of course :o) and that's fine with me, it just... by Barbie - Jan 1, 00 (#130 of 4568)
  • I can move my pinky toe from side to side...; )... by MNemonic Agent - Jan 1, 00 (#131 of 4568)
  • 2 million dustmites live in an average persons bed... by Pure Evil - Jan 1, 00 (#132 of 4568)
  • whu bout ur post Hastings??? by Ze Moi - Jan 2, 00 (#133 of 4568)
  • and are u calling me diseased??? by Ze Moi - Jan 2, 00 (#134 of 4568)
  • It takes 15 months to train a bandleader at the... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 2, 00 (#135 of 4568)
  • A young student was on his way to visit his... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 2, 00 (#136 of 4568)
  • WOW!!!!.. by Is_this_normal? - Jan 2, 00 (#137 of 4568)
  • On the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji, you can stand... by Lupin - Jan 2, 00 (#138 of 4568)
  • Scallops have 35 blue eyes between their two shell... by Pure Evil - Jan 2, 00 (#139 of 4568)
  • Lupin I'm not sure of the exact name, but the... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 2, 00 (#140 of 4568)
  • 1... by Pilgrim - Jan 2, 00 (#141 of 4568)
  • Do they swim, or are they perhaps licensed to... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 2, 00 (#142 of 4568)
  • They have belly buttons :o) by Barbie - Jan 2, 00 (#143 of 4568)
  • Maybe it's because of their uniform gray color. by Pilgrim - Jan 2, 00 (#144 of 4568)
  • no, really, they have belly buttons!! by Barbie - Jan 2, 00 (#145 of 4568)
  • 'Navel' oranges have belly buttons... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 2, 00 (#146 of 4568)
  • ah....I see I din't know they had 'naval'... by Barbie - Jan 2, 00 (#147 of 4568)
  • They're only sold in Pilgrim's grocery store, it... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 2, 00 (#148 of 4568)
  • lol... by Barbie - Jan 2, 00 (#149 of 4568)
  • Lupin Isaac Asimov once wrote a mystery story... by Ronald Kimball - Jan 3, 00 (#150 of 4568)
  • Did you know that if you are very interested in... by Anthony Bault - Jan 3, 00 (#151 of 4568)
  • Alaska and Louisiana are the only 2 U.S... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 3, 00 (#152 of 4568)
  • Mexico believed that the border with Texas was not... by John Seeliger - Jan 3, 00 (#153 of 4568)
  • As I learned it in American history -- the border... by Mimi - Jan 3, 00 (#154 of 4568)
  • Anthony, EWWWWWWWWW!!! by Ze Moi - Jan 3, 00 (#155 of 4568)
  • I read somewhere that the Mexicans what some land... by Rik Shepherd. - Jan 3, 00 (#156 of 4568)
  • Or even that the Mexicans wanted some land... by Rik Shepherd. - Jan 3, 00 (#157 of 4568)
  • I was WAITING for someone to react to my useless... by Anthony Bault - Jan 3, 00 (#158 of 4568)
  • Well, etymologically that word just means gatherer... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 3, 00 (#159 of 4568)
  • well, if u think about it, yes it is!!! by Ze Moi - Jan 3, 00 (#160 of 4568)
  • That's ridiculous. by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 3, 00 (#161 of 4568)
  • ridiculous but EWWWW! by Ze Moi - Jan 3, 00 (#162 of 4568)
  • In Wales, there are more sheep than people. by Ze Moi - Jan 3, 00 (#163 of 4568)
  • The first "technology" corporation to move into... by Sakura - Jan 3, 00 (#164 of 4568)
  • Lloyd's Register of shipping and Lloyd's (... by Ersatz - Jan 3, 00 (#165 of 4568)
  • Sparkle, u get the uselss digest too???.. by Ze Moi - Jan 3, 00 (#166 of 4568)
  • As you drive along the Interstate, you may notice... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 5, 00 (#167 of 4568)
  • Which is heavier - a pound of gold or a pound of... by Ziggy Monster - Jan 7, 00 (#168 of 4568)
  • This was way back there, and useless to anyone... by Arien - Jan 7, 00 (#169 of 4568)
  • I can move my pinky toe and fold my tongue... by Grammarqueen - Jan 7, 00 (#170 of 4568)
  • Arien, about the foldy toungue thing... by Ze Moi - Jan 8, 00 (#171 of 4568)
  • anybody who wants some totally useless swedish... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 8, 00 (#172 of 4568)
  • Sure, would love some by John Seeliger - Jan 8, 00 (#173 of 4568)
  • swedes celebrate christmas on christmas eve and... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 8, 00 (#174 of 4568)
  • Actually many of us celebrate Christmas on... by John Seeliger - Jan 8, 00 (#175 of 4568)
  • There are 2 million bugs for every person on... by Anna=Me! - Jan 8, 00 (#176 of 4568)
  • whoa, kewl by Ze Moi - Jan 8, 00 (#177 of 4568)
  • fishy trivia: a mature pair of clark's clownfish,... by e e cummings - Jan 8, 00 (#178 of 4568)
  • This message brought to you by the shark council... by John Seeliger - Jan 8, 00 (#179 of 4568)
  • There are 2 million bugs for every person on... by Jeandiata - Jan 8, 00 (#180 of 4568)
  • Asa -- that sounds like this MTV show called "Real... by Mimi - Jan 8, 00 (#181 of 4568)
  • When I told my mom that she started looking around... by Anna=Me! - Jan 8, 00 (#182 of 4568)
  • Actually, I don't think that Swede's have any... by Dave N. Batchelder - Jan 8, 00 (#183 of 4568)
  • Ze: have to use the top of my mouth to get it... by Arien - Jan 8, 00 (#184 of 4568)
  • Gray Davis isn't really California's governor... by Pilgrim - Jan 8, 00 (#185 of 4568)
  • Are you from California Pilgrim? by Anna=Me! - Jan 8, 00 (#186 of 4568)
  • Not "from", but "in". by Pilgrim - Jan 8, 00 (#187 of 4568)
  • Many elements have actually been discovered by... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 9, 00 (#188 of 4568)
  • Ummmmm, mah dad's friendis Swedenish! by Ze Moi - Jan 9, 00 (#189 of 4568)
  • swedish chocolate is good!!!.. by Ze Moi - Jan 9, 00 (#190 of 4568)
  • Perchloric Acid, HClO4 is one of the strongest... by John Seeliger - Jan 9, 00 (#191 of 4568)
  • marabou chocolate perhaps?.. by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 9, 00 (#192 of 4568)
  • hmmm, the chocolate with the krispy things in... by Ze Moi - Jan 9, 00 (#193 of 4568)
  • I love it but some people hate it! by Anna=Me! - Jan 9, 00 (#194 of 4568)
  • well, me luv that chocolate! by Ze Moi - Jan 9, 00 (#195 of 4568)
  • Peanuts are used as an ingredient for dynamite,... by Anthony Bault - Jan 10, 00 (#196 of 4568)
  • mmmmmm......Kat sent me some yummy... by Mimi - Jan 10, 00 (#197 of 4568)
  • Good grief!.. by Lupin - Jan 10, 00 (#198 of 4568)
  • The tops of cumulonimbus clouds occur where the... by John Seeliger - Jan 10, 00 (#199 of 4568)
  • :oÞ at john for the shark council... by e e cummings - Jan 11, 00 (#200 of 4568)
  • Did you know Charlie Brown and Snoopy went into... by Anthony Bault - Jan 11, 00 (#201 of 4568)
  • On this date in 1963, the first discotheque,... by Fran Hinkel - Jan 11, 00 (#202 of 4568)
  • Here's a useless fact I bet you never guessed... by Anthony Bault - Jan 11, 00 (#203 of 4568)
  • I think ferrets also get hiccups -- one of ours... by Leezard - Jan 11, 00 (#204 of 4568)
  • What on earth is a fetus? There are a lot of... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 11, 00 (#205 of 4568)
  • a fetus is an unborn child In Texas, IIRC, when... by John Seeliger - Jan 11, 00 (#206 of 4568)
  • Oh boy, how does anyone get anywhere that way?! by Honey B - Jan 11, 00 (#207 of 4568)
  • On this day, in 1773, the first public museum was... by Fran Hinkel - Jan 12, 00 (#208 of 4568)
  • "Frasier Crane" does the voice of Sideshow Bob on... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 12, 00 (#209 of 4568)
  • That's nothing...Danny Davito did the voice for... by Anthony Bault - Jan 12, 00 (#210 of 4568)
  • For a pregnant woman it is not a useless fact to... by Ann-B - Jan 13, 00 (#211 of 4568)
  • ROTFLOL!!!! by Nemesis - Jan 13, 00 (#212 of 4568)
  • That's the weirdest thing to watch, a pregnant... by Destroying Angel - Jan 13, 00 (#213 of 4568)
  • Oh, I was not aware that it actually shows.... by Ann-B - Jan 13, 00 (#214 of 4568)
  • I remember watching it happen with my mum and... by Destroying Angel - Jan 13, 00 (#215 of 4568)
  • The Simpsons has the record for the most animated... by Ze Moi - Jan 13, 00 (#216 of 4568)
  • I couldn't post this in "jokes", because it's true... by Pilgrim - Jan 13, 00 (#217 of 4568)
  • OMG thas so wierd and stupid of the congress... by Ze Moi - Jan 13, 00 (#218 of 4568)
  • CRIMINY! *e-mailing Congress with that list with... by Anthony Bault - Jan 13, 00 (#219 of 4568)
  • The English language has over 650,000 words... by vero - Jan 16, 00 (#220 of 4568)
  • here are some swedish words :) 'stol' means... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 16, 00 (#221 of 4568)
  • I am sitting on a stol right now and am at the ... by Ze Moi - Jan 16, 00 (#222 of 4568)
  • I know swedish!!!.. by Ze Moi - Jan 16, 00 (#223 of 4568)
  • This is one of the most funny Swedish words I know... by Ann-B - Jan 17, 00 (#224 of 4568)
  • lol!!! by Ze Moi - Jan 17, 00 (#225 of 4568)
  • Swedes buy more bananas per capita than any other... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 17, 00 (#226 of 4568)
  • Well have you ever looked at a banana... by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 17, 00 (#227 of 4568)
  • I thought you bought more bananas because you're... by Monkoo P'an-Ku - Jan 17, 00 (#228 of 4568)
  • Maybe you should just come here and find out.... by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 17, 00 (#229 of 4568)
  • Some Swedes are naughty little monkeys when they... by Rik Shepherd. - Jan 17, 00 (#230 of 4568)
  • Well how's this for a useless fact... by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 17, 00 (#231 of 4568)
  • LOL, Kat I can attest to the truth of that... by Rik Shepherd. - Jan 17, 00 (#232 of 4568)
  • What a shame....... by Aggie - Jan 17, 00 (#233 of 4568)
  • The Manhattan Project scientists originally... by Pilgrim - Jan 17, 00 (#234 of 4568)
  • If you guys wanna subscribe.. by Sakura - Jan 17, 00 (#235 of 4568)
  • already subbied.. by Ze Moi - Jan 17, 00 (#236 of 4568)
  • Did you know? Ohio is listed as the 17th... by Anthony Bault - Jan 17, 00 (#237 of 4568)
  • lol!! by Ze Moi - Jan 17, 00 (#238 of 4568)
  • Dicen los que saben, que en una losa sepulcral... by Is_this_normal? - Jan 17, 00 (#239 of 4568)
  • Um...EEW! by Anthony Bault - Jan 17, 00 (#240 of 4568)
  • Were you working for Congress at that time... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Jan 17, 00 (#241 of 4568)
  • kewl! by Ze Moi - Jan 17, 00 (#242 of 4568)
  • Don't look at me!.. by Anthony Bault - Jan 17, 00 (#243 of 4568)
  • I wasn't even born till 1988... by Ze Moi - Jan 17, 00 (#244 of 4568)
  • te he @ Anthony... by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Jan 17, 00 (#245 of 4568)
  • Monkoo wrote:Swedes buy more bananas per capita... by Ann-B - Jan 18, 00 (#246 of 4568)
  • that disclaimer wasn't necessary, ann-b :o) yep... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 18, 00 (#247 of 4568)
  • Did you know? Charles Lindburg's grandfather... by Anthony Bault - Jan 18, 00 (#248 of 4568)
  • lol Anthony... by Ze Moi - Jan 18, 00 (#249 of 4568)
  • Back in the late 1700s and early 1800s there was... by Ziggy Monster - Jan 25, 00 (#250 of 4568)
  • dude..... by Ze Moi - Jan 25, 00 (#251 of 4568)
  • here are another couple of totally useless swedish... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 27, 00 (#252 of 4568)
  •  *giggle* by chi cerca - Jan 27, 00 (#253 of 4568)
  • Don't teach them too much Åsa... by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 27, 00 (#254 of 4568)
  • The twenty year curse Until 1985, people... by Anne007 - Jan 27, 00 (#255 of 4568)
  • Oooh Anne that is creepy!.. by Mimi - Jan 27, 00 (#256 of 4568)
  • Well, Reagan still lives!.. by Anne007 - Jan 27, 00 (#257 of 4568)
  • 'fart' = 'speed' (förlåt kat, kunde inte låta... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 27, 00 (#258 of 4568)
  • :-) (((((Åsa))))) by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 27, 00 (#259 of 4568)
  • dude!!!.. by Ze Moi - Jan 27, 00 (#260 of 4568)
  • If the curse holds true, we better take a good... by Fran Hinkel - Jan 28, 00 (#261 of 4568)
  • As I said several times before: they believed in... by Anne007 - Jan 28, 00 (#262 of 4568)
  • Yep, we got that part Anne, we're just seeing it... by Fran Hinkel - Jan 28, 00 (#263 of 4568)
  • could be.... by Anne007 - Jan 28, 00 (#264 of 4568)
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  • Hmm... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Jan 30, 00 (#271 of 4568)
  • Drat... by Katarina Rundgren - Jan 30, 00 (#272 of 4568)
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  • Useless Fact: Peanuts are an ingrediant in... by Ze Moi - Jan 31, 00 (#276 of 4568)
  • lol@Ze...that is a useless but interesting fact :)... by Aleja "The Panther" - Jan 31, 00 (#277 of 4568)
  • Well heck, if you want happiness, I have a whole... by kirsten b - Jan 31, 00 (#278 of 4568)
  • Actually hematite is supposed to diffuse negative... by Honey B - Feb 1, 00 (#279 of 4568)
  • A piece of chocolate weighing 11 000 kg (about 25... by Åsa Kwarnmark - Feb 1, 00 (#280 of 4568)
  • and would greatly expand their waist size....but... by Jeandiata - Feb 1, 00 (#281 of 4568)
  • Sorry, Jean, it's all mine! by Mimi - Feb 1, 00 (#282 of 4568)
  • NO!!!!.. by Ze Moi - Feb 1, 00 (#283 of 4568)
  • sigh* poor confused people it is mine *grin*and I... by Aleja "The Panther" - Feb 1, 00 (#284 of 4568)
  • No prob Aleja, I wasn't saying you were wrong,... by Honey B - Feb 1, 00 (#285 of 4568)
  • *licking my brown-colored lips*... by Mimi - Feb 1, 00 (#286 of 4568)
  • NUH UH!!!.. by Ze Moi - Feb 1, 00 (#287 of 4568)
  • Åsa Kwarnmark - A piece of chocolate... by Ziggy Monster - Feb 1, 00 (#288 of 4568)
  • LOL@Ziggy...How true! by Chantel Dawn Lyngstad - Feb 1, 00 (#289 of 4568)
  • lol!!!.. by Ze Moi - Feb 1, 00 (#290 of 4568)
  • Asa Re: 176... by Dave N. Batchelder - Feb 1, 00 (#291 of 4568)
  • how could you be eating chocolate covered popcorn... by Aleja "The Panther" - Feb 1, 00 (#292 of 4568)
  • Did you know? From the Yankee Noodle Dandy... by Anthony Bault - Feb 2, 00 (#293 of 4568)
  • Marco Polo introduced pasta to Europe, having seen... by Pilgrim - Feb 2, 00 (#294 of 4568)
  • ah good'ol Thomas....I will have to remember to... by Aleja "The Panther" - Feb 2, 00 (#295 of 4568)
  • Ziggy, That depends on how you approach it... by Katarina Rundgren - Feb 2, 00 (#296 of 4568)
  • Today is the first day since August 28, 888... by Atanua- 8^) - Feb 2, 00 (#297 of 4568)
  • How odd!!.. by Katarina Rundgren - Feb 2, 00 (#298 of 4568)
  • I guess the 19th of November 1999 was the last one... by Katarina Rundgren - Feb 2, 00 (#299 of 4568)
  • right now... by Ze Moi - Feb 2, 00 (#300 of 4568)

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