by Walter Bucket on 20/10/14 at 4:06 pm
(satireworld.com) Walter Bucket Presents: TRUE FACTS
1. In 1989 a vampire skeleton was found in the NYC subway. Coroner and staff now say that it apparently died from choking to death on a used tampon.
2. “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” unfinished novel by Charles Dickens has finally been completed by his great grandson, Little Jimmy Dickens.
3. Stonewall Jackson’s son became a potter and was known as Stoneware Jackson.
4. The longest folk song ever is “Barbara Allen” with over 10,000 verses at last count.
5. Most older monkeys still have the same number of teeth as your average NASCAR fan.
6. In some parts of Antarctica, the ice is three miles thick. However, due to global warming, they have recently been measured to be only two miles and 5200-feet thick.
7. In several countries, finding a lost cache of gold coins on New Year’s Day is a sign of good luck.
8. Howler Monkeys sometimes piss on any humans walking under their tree. Usually, the humans they missed will join in all the Howling laughter.
9. The Habel-Habel is a motorcycle used in the Philippines with an extra-long seat that can carry 4-5 people. People who ride them are to yell “Habel! Habel!” to keep from cursing whenever they hit something in the road and are thrown off.
10. The first fire trucks were water pumps pulled by horses leading firemen with buckets trying hard not to fall in the horseshit and spill their water.
11. Otters cannot swim until they are two years old and still they have to wait two hours after a heavy meal.
12. The new couchbike can be pedaled to the refrigerator and back to the TV set in under a minute.
13. The largest LP ever made was as big around as a big globe, a World Record!
14. Baby zebras are born white and black and don’t turn black and white until puberty.
15. The first rearview mirror was not on a car but on a ceiling.