Studies have found that Millennials are the least religious generation in six decades, and possibly the United States’ whole history.

In a study, people from Ohio cursed the most, as compared to every other state in the U.S.

Actor Liam Neeson used to be a teacher, but got fired for punching a 15-year-old when the boy pulled a knife out in class.

A study claims that there are 3 types of selfie takers: communicators, autobiographers, and self-promoters.

Walt Disney himself voiced Mickey Mouse from his premiere in 1928 until 1946.

The “Bitcoin Faucet” website, created by former lead developer of Bitcoin, handed out 10,000 free bitcoins to visitors. That’s about $44 million today.

Estimates suggest the flooding caused by the tropical storm Harvey could destroy up to $20 billion in insured property, making it one of the costliest storms in US history.

Iceland has one of the largest gun ownership rates in the world and one of the lowest crime rates as well.

Mississippi elected the first African American to serve in the U.S. Congress already in 1870.


The name “The First World War” was used as early as 1918, by a journalist who felt it would not be the last.

In 2017, Switzerland became the first European country to allow the sale of insect-based food for humans.

Steve Jobs got a new Mercedes every 6 months because a car didn’t need a license plate until it was 6 months old.

Chimps can play rock-paper-scissors at the same level as a 4 year old human child.

Every hour, at least 1 person is killed by a drunk driver in the U.S.

Classical Greek culture, which flourished during the 5th to 4th centuries BC, had a powerful influence on the Roman Empire and provided the foundation of modern Western culture.

350,000 Tweets are sent every minute.

Cows emit more methane than the oil industry and are a huge factor in global warming.

The Pentagon has a plan for combating a zombie apocalypse.

Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate birthdays because the only two accounts of birthday parties in the Bible ended in murder.

In 2006, a woman farted on a plane and tried to cover up the smell by lighting matches, causing an emergency landing.