20 Definitely True Random Facts You Didn’t Know | Random List #1



An Italian schoolboy who was selling snacks on campus at a lower price than the cafeteria was suspended for 10 days. He also received a prestigious scholarship from an institute that said the boy's initiative should be "encouraged, not persecuted".

2Robert Muldoon

Robert Muldoon

When asked for his thoughts on the migration of New Zealanders to Australia, the Prime Minister (Robert Muldoon) of New Zealand stated that the "annual exodus of Kiwis to Australia raised the average IQ of both countries".



Despite supporting one of the highest human population densities, Japan is the first developed country with the highest percentage (74%) of forest-covered land. Japan's forest management policy began over four centuries ago.

4Buddhas of Bamiyan

Buddhas of Bamiyan

In 2011, due to the Taliban dynamiting two famous 4th-century giant statues of Buddha for their status as idols, excavators of the site discovered a cave network filled with 5th-9th-century artwork and another, previously unknown giant statue of Buddha within

5Water balloons

Water balloons

An inventor trying to make a sock to prevent trench foot first produced modern water balloons. Having made a latex-coated sock and filling it with water to test for leaks, he found a rip and angrily threw it on his table. Pleased with the splash, he decided to market water balloons for children.

6Sanitation worker

Sanitation worker

When a Long Island woman accidentally threw away an envelope with $5000 cash intended for her mortgage, sanitation workers sifted through tons of trash until they found it. They refused to accept a reward.



After 2 thieves broke into a man's home in England and made off with his laptop, they inspected the device, found serious child abuse material and went to the cops regardless. The pedophile got 3 yrs in jail. The judge gave robbers a 12-month community service orders in light of their good deed

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8Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

On 12th September 2001, the day after 9/11, The Queen ordered her Royal Guards to break protocol and play the USA's National Anthem for stranded Americans in London

9Flight landing delay

Flight landing delay

In 2015 someone did a sh*t so bad on a British Airway flight from Heathrow to Dubai that it had to turn around and land after just 30 minutes.

10Magic by fetus

Magic by fetus

If a pregnant mother suffers organ damage during the pregnancy the fetus can send stem cells to help repair the damage

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