Seeds sent to the moon and back are now healthy trees around the country.
Most trash takes years to deteriorate.
A pregnant woman’s fingernails grow faster.
Some people personally returned rocks to reverse the curse!
Cleveland used to be spelled Cleaveland.
Michael is falling fast as a popular name for boys.
Not having time to complete tasks gives us the perception of time passing quickly.
McDonald’s is a large franchise, but there’s one that’s even bigger.
Teachers used to be paid in goods or housing.
Martini lovers can tell the difference between shaken and stirred.
Eating a donut on your birthday is a Pennsylvania Dutch tradition.
It’s true, there are less expensive days to get gas!
Many popular sayings come from the quill of Shakespeare.
Why does Bayer put cotton balls in its medicine bottles?
Experts say to add this chilly ingredient to keep your burger moist.
Georgia, Virginia and Louisiana are all named after royalty.
The Triple-Triple Burger features nine beef patties and can be eaten during a Philadelphia Phillies game.
Was the Yahtzee game created on a yacht?
Weirton and two other cities share a rare distinction.
The acidity in Coca-Cola or orange juice can remove rust from a nail overnight.
The chemistry behind the “feel good” ingredients in chocolate.
A gas chromatograph captures the chemical makeup of an item to recreate the smell.
A giraffe is tall enough to look into a second-story window.
Easter rain is followed by seven straight wet Sundays? It doesn’t hold water!
Alfred Mosher Butts invented the game during the Great Depression.
Escalator started as a Coney Island ride called the revolving stairs.
Here are some names that were banned around the world.
Nicholas Cage named his son after a superhero.
S.O.S stands for Save Our Saucepans.
In European countries, the audience claps in unison.