Frank Sinatra always carried 10 dimes after once fearing he would run out of change while talking on a payphone with his son's kidnappers. He was even buried with them in his pocket.
Part of the reason why the Allied secret services could fool the nazis many times is that the deputy head of the German Abwehr, Hans Oster, actively sabotaged the nazi war effort.
13US opiod consumption
The United States consumes 80% of the world's opioids
65-85% of all white cats born with two blue eyes are deaf, and if a cat is born with just one blue eye, only the hearing on that side is impaired.
15Golden Faberge egg
A man bought a golden Faberge egg for $13,000 dollars at a sale; turns out it was worth over $33 million.
Kindergartners in Siberia run outside in their underwears and dump freezing water over themselves to strengthen their immune systems.
In the original story, Pinocchio squished the cricket to shut it up. It continued nagging him as a ghost.
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