Friday Fun Facts

The ancient Romans invented the arch. Values on the monopoly game board are the same today as they were in 1935. The shoestring was invented in England in 1790. Prior to this time all shoes were fastened with buckles. Hippos mostly eat grass. A goldfish names Tish lived to be 43 years old, making it […]

Friday Fun Facts

It was once illegal to slam your car door in Switzerland. Stewardesses is the longest word typed with only the left hand. The game of checkers is older than the game of chess. The anaconda snake gives birth to its young instead of laying eggs. A million dollars weighs roughly one metric ton. Thus the […]

Friday Fun Facts

A typical lightning bolt is two to four inches wide and two miles long. According to an Old English system of time, a moment is considered to be 1 1/2 minutes. Rhinos are actually in the same family as horses, and are thought to have inspired the myth of the unicorn. Sigmund Freud had a […]

Friday Fun Facts

What would a Friday be without a few fun facts? • Goldfish lose their color if they are kept in dim light or placed in a body of running water, such as a stream. • Giant Huntsman spiders have leg-spans up to 12 inches. • 21,978 when multiplied by 4 is the same number in […]

Friday Fun Facts

Calvin Coolidge was sworn into office by his own father. In honor of cold weather, -40º Celsius is exactly the same as -40º Fahrenheit. Only 52% of Americans drink coffee. The first bar code was used on Wrigleys gum. The standard blue USPS mailbox can hold approximately 4,000 letters at a time. The three-syllable word […]