Fact: You probably didn't read all of this pyramid
Fact: 1: A cockroach can live nine days without its head before it starves to death.
Fact: Monowi, Nebraska, is a town in the United States with an official population of one person.
Fact: Cows moo with regional accents.
Fact: Street names in Monopoly are all taken from real streets in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Go capitalism!
Fact: The Goodyear Blimp is the official bird of Redondo Beach, California.
Fact: Brussel sprouts grow on stalks
Fact: Humans are the only creature that can sweat in the entire world
Fact: Alpine marmots, like many rodents, can eat plants that are poisonous to other mammals.
Fact: An artifact reported to be Napoleon Bonaparte's severed penis currently resides in a "private collection" in Englewood, NJ. Originally believed to have been harvested by a Corsican doctor present at his autopsy, it eventually transferred via auction into the hands of a prominent urologist. The condition of the penis has been alternatively described as "a maltreated strip of buckskin shoelace" and "a shriveled eel," but after analysis, the urologist proclaimed that "...all the internal structures are perfect."
Fact: 1 KG of Steel is heavier than 1 KG of feathers
Fact: If the Earth was put on a scale, scientists would be puzzled by the presence of that scale.
Fact: Napoleon's older brother Joseph Bonaparte eventually ended up fleeing to America after Napoleon was exiled to Saint Helena. He ended up settling in Bordentown, NJ and claimed to have had an encounter with the Jersey Devil.
Fact: The first Egyptian chariots were powered by sails
Fact: A waffle iron inspired one of the first pairs of Nikes
Fact: New Jersey hosts the most infamous car theft city in the nation, Newark. The city even beats NYC and LA by having more cars stolen than any other city by large margins.
Fact: In Switzerland it is illegal to own just one guinea pig.
Fact: Groundhog burrows have been responsible for uncovering a historic village in central Ohio - now a famous archeological site (Ufferman Site).
Fact: In New Jersey, terminally ill patients have the right to end their lives.
Fact: I have received a ticket for crossing a street on a red light
Fact: There are like, way too many diners and shopping malls in New Jersey.
Fact: A woman called the police when her ice cream didn’t have enough sprinkles
Fact: FiveGuys had to change their policy because of discrimination in the work force.
Fact: A one-armed player scored the winning goal in the first World Cup
Fact: Kleenex tissues were originally intended for gas masks
Groundhog burrows are so complex that each has its own "bathroom" chamber.
Fact: Cats have fewer toes on their back paws
Fact: Phil Murphy, current governor of New Jersey, promised to have marijuana legalized within his first 100 days in office. Guess what didn't happen?
Fact: The longest English word is 189,819 letters long
Fact: The 7. Fußbatallion is home to at least 5 people who reside from New Jersey.
Fact: Armadillo shells are bulletproof
Fact: The New Jersey's state fruit is the blueberry. Or the tomato. I'm not sure, ask Bluetwo26.
Fact: Marmots have a "harem-polygynous" system of mating in which males reproduce with two or three mates during the same time period.
Fact: Scotland has 421 words for “snow”
Fact: A cow-bison hybrid is called a “beefalo”
Fact: The average person will spend six months of their life waiting for red lights to turn green
Fact: The first ever drive-in movie theater to exist was in New Jersey, Camden. Ironic, as Camden is probably one of the worst cities in this state.
Approximately 80% of a marmot's life is spent underground or playing Holdfast.
Fact: Bears eat beets. Bears. Beets. Battlestar Galactica.
Fact: The reason one of the most popular and exclusive ski resorts in North America is called Whistler is because of the large native population of marmots.
Fact: The same molecule that makes chicken taste like chicken can also be found in ground up oyster shells.
Fact: By raising your legs slowly and lying on your back, you cannot sink into quicksand.
Fact: Ex-governor of New Jersey Chris Christie once shut down a beach so he could have it all to himself.
Fact: When predators approach, marmots make a high pitched, whistle-like sound to alert others. Hence the nickname "whistle pig."
Fact: New Jersey has a town called Buttzville, population of 146 people. Can't imagine why.
Fact: The only official US holiday named after an animal - Groundhog Day - is named after a marmot.
Fact: Some fungi create zombies, then control their mindsFact: A group of marmots is called a "madness"
Fact: Dunce caps used to be signs of intelligenceFact: Cats can’t taste sweet things because of a genetic defect.
Fact: In New Jersey, we have a spoon museum, showcasing over 5,400 spoons from every state and almost every country in the world.
Fact: The US Supreme Court has its own private basketball court called "The Highest Court in the Land."
Fact: The average person spends six months of their lifetime waiting for a red light to turn green.
Fact: New Jersey's only nude beach is in the national park in Sandy Hook, as nude beaches are banned in New Jersey, but allowed in national parks. Also, nude beaches are terrible and not what you think they are.