by Walter Bucket on 30/09/14 at 2:06 pm(satireworld.com) Walter Bucket Presents: TRUE FACTS
1. The actor who played in G.K. Chesterton’s “The Man Who Knew Too Much” later played ‘The Professor’ on “Gilligan’s Island”.
2. Some Amish sects build towers near their home in order to communicate with other brethren by signaling with flags.
3. In 1906, ‘The Gift of the Magi’ was published. Many people bought a copy to give to their friends and family for Christmas and when they opened their own present, found their friends had bought them the same gift.
4. Hamburgers do not get their name from the city of Hamburg, Germany but from early watchers of the old “Perry Mason Show”, whose opponent was Hamilton Burger.
5. In a 2009 high school test, half of the students thought Julius Caesar was the owner of dozens of casinos around the U.S.
6. Pope Sickle IV: “A child who leaves his roller skates at the top of the stairs and a huge potted cactus plant at the bottom, will be a disappointment to his parents.” (1976 Conference).
7. The Pullman Car was invented by John Car.
8. In extreme Muslim Countries, if a woman wants to dance, she must first do the Mullah. (Rule of Mullahs, #45,878, strictly enforced).
9. Original Purdue Chicken Motto: “Don’t count your chickens before they are hatched, on the block.’
10. Some birds fish from the back of floating hippos. Usually they tip the hippo 15% of their catch.
11. A sneeze does not make your heart stop. However, a sudden sneeze behind an already frightened person in the dark often stops THEIR heart and cleans their bowels.
12. More giraffes die from power lines than any other cause.
13. Ten to fifteen minutes of laughter can burn up 60 calories. Most doctors recommend reading SatireWorld, especially you over there sitting on the three chairs in the first row.
14. Everyone who bought a copy of ‘Poor Richard’s Almanac’ received a chance to win a Franklin Stove!
15. The Northern Lights were named by Professor Stanislaus Marcelles, who hated hearing people butcher the name ‘Aurora Borealis’. (Example: “A Royal Bonus Phallus”).