Fact Cards

651. Chloe Grace Moretz-Chloe Grace Moretz (Kick Ass) faked a British accent when she auditioned for her role in 'Hugo' because she heard that Martin Scorsese was looking to cast a British actress. When she got the part, she had to come clean.


652. Kodak-Kodak discovered that USA was testing atomic bombs because the corn husks used for packing material were fogging film because they had been exposed to radiation.


653. Roulette wheel-The sum of all numbers on a roulette wheel is 666.


654. René Levasseur island-The ‘René-Levasseur’ island in Canada is larger in area than the lake in which it is situated.


655. Nutella-Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, is one of the most secretive companies in the world; it designs its machines in-house and does not allow press tours.


656. WWII Wheather-In WWII, weather reports were censored to prevent enemy submarines from learning about conditions. A football game in Chicago was so covered in fog that the radio announcer couldn't see the field, but afterwards he was officially thanked for never using the word ‘fog’ or mentioning the weather.


657. Cole Sprouse-Actor Cole Sprouse (of Suite Life of Zack and Cody/Riverdale fame) has an Instagram account dedicated entirely to capture people trying to sneak pictures of him in public.


658. German word treppenwitz-The German word ‘treppenwitz’ refers to the feeling one gets when they think of a witty comeback or remark long after the moment has passed.


659. USA Map-Not only is the USA the third most populated country in the world, but if it had ONE BILLION MORE people, it would still be the third most populated country in the world.


660. Carlos Hathcock sniper-Carlos Hathcock, a Vietnam war American sniper volunteered to crawl for 3 days across 2000m of the open field containing an enemy headquarters, took a single shot that killed an NVA General and then crawled back out without being spotted.





  1. Would you mind if I started to post these facts on iFunny? I really think people would love them and I would of course credit and link your website.

  2. Your page (re)numbering makes it almost impossible to find something on your site. The search option doesn’t seem very helpful.. I tried to search for Harris Rosen or Fact #62 after seeing it on Bored Panda, but had to do a brute force search to find this page…

  3. I just went through all the facts pages. A few things I’ve noticed:
    1. #451-#470 (pgs 46 & 47) have images that are broken.
    2. #841-#1140 (pgs 85-114) are complete duplicates of earlier pages.

    • Thank you for your valuable feedback. Last night we implemented a new page numbering system for our fact cards. I really messed up with facts #451-#470 which I have fixed now. I have fixed the other problem too.

  4. Just stumbled onto your site via an Imgur post. Cool stuff.

    Re. one of the citations above: “The oldest D20 dice was uncovered in Egypt…”

    One “die,” many “dice.” The headline in the source given had it right; “Ancient d20 die emerges from the ashes of time.”

    Credibility is always enhanced by proper grammar.

  5. I really enjoy your site. I visit it regularly at this period of my life to use up time, while entertaining myself, and increase my awareness of life through the amazing insights into stories behind what we often overlook. It is almost therapeutic I would think! For one thing, I feel grateful not to be one of the warped personalities you often report on, but on the other hand, I feel sorry for the suffering that is really behind so many people you note through our shared history, who have the apparency of many successes, but are in fact imperfect and suffering souls like all of us, on the road to something better we hope eh?

    • History gives us an opportunity to look into the mistake our ancestors made, but also the feats they achieved. The lives they suffered, so that the future generations could have the freedom. I am happy to have been part of such an important part of your life, Stuart.


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