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Employees of Disney World and Disneyland were prohibited from having mustaches, beards, and goatees for nearly 50 years until the ban was lifted in 2012. Soul patches are still banned.
James Gunn has a playlist of over 500 songs that he thinks Peter Quill's mother would have really liked and pulls from that list when he thinks a song would suit a scene. Disney has never rejected any of his songs.
Cocaine raises dopamine levels by 250%, compared to 100% from sex and 50% from food.
Many Japanese companies encourage workers to sleep on the job, convinced that it leads to better work performance. The naps are called inemuri, "sleeping while present", and indicates a commitment to the job.
Deadpool forgetting his bag of weapons in a taxi in the final act of this film was the result of over $7 million dollars being cut from the movie’s budget right before the script was greenlighted, forcing the writers to trim down the bombastic action sequence.
6Death of David Bowie
When David Bowie died his ashes were scattered in Bali in accordance with Buddhist ritual.
Gaming computers heat a room just as efficiently as a space heater does.
Studies have found that the more expensive a wedding is, the shorter it is likely to last.
A West Virginia man named Jose Cruz was charged with Battery for farting repeatedly and fanning the gas at police officers. Charges were eventually dropped.
10Arthur Conan Doyle
After Arthur Conan Doyle ‘killed’ Sherlock in 'The Final Problem' (1893), readers got upset and relentlessly pressured him to resurrect the character. In 1901, he released 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' in a bid to pacify, and finally, in 1903 he resurrected Holmes in 'The Adventure of the Empty House.'