The Pennsylvania Dutch developed a reputation for never owing people money.
Electric Christmas lights first lit up in 1906.
Robert De Niro was in a street gang, true or false?
Christmas is a big day for KFC in Japan.
Pennsylvania’s #1 employer is University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
A child calling the wrong number led to Norad Santa Tracking.
Quartet singing did not have its roots in America, but in England, starting in the 1600s.
The “princess” title is only reserved for royal blood.
Layaway was first established at the same store as the department store Santa.
Santa has 32 hours to deliver his gifts, thanks to different time zones.
Almost all bourbon comes from Kentucky.
“Jingle Bells” was the first song broadcast from space.
One family in Ohio has a fruitcake dating back to 1878.
One Chinese holiday outsells Cyber Monday.
Black Friday originated in Philadelphia.
The word coffin came from an old French word that meant “basket.”
In 1955, “Variety” magazine said Rock ‘n Roll wouldn’t last.
Spinach has no more iron than lettuce.
The rule of 72 is a way to see how fast your money will grow.
Machine manufacturers claimed retooling machines would be too costly.
Smooth peanut butter was invented before crunchy peanut butter.
Did stop signs used to be white with blue lettering?
Did you know that 60 percent of people feel stressed out around this time of year?
Pliers, glasses and scissors are examples of plurale tantum.
Movie theater owners must run the next “Star Wars” movie for four weeks in their largest theater.
Darth Vader didn’t exactly say, “Luke, I am your father.”
Hollywood took some liberties to spruce up the drama of Apollo 13.
Scottish immigrants brought fried chicken to America.
Richard Overton is 110 years old.
Beat your gums is to talk a lot.