Some Very Random, Utterly Useless Facts.

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Read this.You will go away grinning like an addlepated donkey for the next five hours.

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    Snails can have up to 25,000 teeth.
    Look it up if you like, I’m not joking.
  • Place 10
    Tomato sauce was sold in the 1800’s as medicine.
    I wonder what they used for their pasta...
  • Place 9
    India has a Bill Of Rights for cows.
    No, I’m not joking.Though if you want a I have a good one: Did you hear about the mathematician who was afraid of negative numbers? He would stop at nothing to avoid them.

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    A donkey will sink in quicksand, but a mule won’t.
    Who knew?
  • Place 7
    In France, there’s a place called Y.
    I know 25 letters of the alphabet.I don’t know Y.
  • Place 6
    The Bible is the world’s most shoplifted book.
    I didn’t know that either.

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    The scientific term for brain freeze is “sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia”.
    Try telling this to the next person who mentions something about brain freeze.
  • Place 4
    Canadians say “sorry” so much that a law was passed in 2009 declaring that an apology can’t be used as evidence of admission to guilt.
    Count every time you say,”Sorry” tomorrow.
  • Place 3
    The only letter that doesn’t appear on the periodic table is J.
    The primary elements of humor are:

    Sa Ar Ca Sm

    (Sulfur Argon Calcium Samarium)

    Personally I don’t think this is true but it just kinda fit here.
  • Place 2
    The largest known prime number has 17,425,170 digits. The new prime number is 2 multiplied by itself 57,885,161 times, minus 1.
    Use this to impress your crush.

  • Place 1
    Please comment/like/both!

    It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, just a quick comment or a tap of a button.
    Thank you!

    For good measure:

    It’s illegal to carry an ice cream cone in your back pocket in Kentucky.

Comments (25)


896 days ago
I just love utterly useless facts .
Someone should make a quiz about strange and loony laws !
903 days ago
Okay ik this is my third comment in a row but half a year is 4 percent of your life
905 days ago
The book series Edge of Extinction by Laura Martin was originally one book but they split it in half
917 days ago
It is apparently not Girlygirl07.
921 days ago
Wow!And ummmmmmmm what?😂
922 days ago
Other loony laws ...
In souris, prince Edward island Its illegal to make snowmen taller than 30 inches!!
922 days ago
I would have thought pizza is the most ordered food in America!!!
( btw,I live in Canada)
923 days ago
Fried chicken is the most ordered food in America.
You can tell if you are hydrated by-the color of your pee
(Light:hydrated. Dark:drink more water. If I got it right. I'm 98% sure)
935 days ago
A Lesbian Bish,off topic is what this whole thing is about do it’s in topic!And that’s cool!
LittleDoYouKnow,thank you very much!And your German is great!

This comment has to many explanation marks.
935 days ago
Honestly, I never knew snails even had teeth...
So I was kinda impressed.
I think I also did not know any of the other facts!
Good job
Sorry if my English is bad I am actually German
935 days ago
@Sexy Ravenclaw, Totally off topic, but im a ravenclaw too XD
936 days ago
Thank you very much Llama Girl!!
Me too Alienfreak#1
936 days ago
Lmao, I love the law in Kentucky!
936 days ago
These facts are pretty awesome
937 days ago
Yeah, seriously! I'm 99% sure. It was in a joke book with a chapter on "real-life funnies"
Also that's cool Quizzy!
937 days ago
Drama Queen,thank you!
Girlygirl07,yes,wonderfully useless facts!And it’s illegal to swear in front of a dead person in Utah:D
Minnesota Proud,thank you and I just kinda collected these,I LOVE random useless facts!
TheQuizzyAddict,thank you and that is reallllyyy unexpected/funny/good to know.
Pinkie,thank you very much!
937 days ago
I had no idea. This is so fun! :D
937 days ago
Wow. Those are cool! I did not know any of those.
937 days ago
These are great! I love random facts!

This is one that I found: The computer used to guide the Apollo 11 moon mission was less powerful than a modern calculator
937 days ago
Good to know! Where did you find these!?!?