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.
Connections have been made between the movie and album, first mentioned in 1995.
Will you stay drier if you run in the rain?
The Ram is their mascot, named after a tough football player.
Burger King advertised a left-handed Whopper in 1998 as part of an April Fool’s Day prank.
Theater owners could see a cut of early, in-home releases.
One site helps you make recipes based on what you have in the refrigerator.
For $105,000 you can go two miles deep to the Titanic wreck site.
Fries used to be cut by hand.
Cockroaches will eat anything, except cucumber!
Panera is Latin for “breadbasket.”
Say goodbye to the thimble and wheelbarrow.
Just as you fall asleep, that falling feeling that wakes you up is called a “hypnic jerk.”
A translation error turned a fur slipper into glass!
Six degrees of separation is not an urban legend. We’re linked by six people or less.
Candy makers pushed to delay standard time until November.
There is a response to this Irish greeting.
No Corn in Corned Beef
Women couldn’t get a credit card without a man until 1974.