(satireworld.com) Walter Bucket Presents: TRUE FACTS……..according to Nopes! #89

by on 24/11/14 at 9:14 am

DID YOU KNOW???? Fans of the late black actor, diminitive Gary Coleman, all chipped in and bought him this casket.

DID YOU KNOW????
Fans of the late black actor, diminitive Gary Coleman, all chipped in and bought him this casket sparing his widow the final preparation costs.

(satireworld.com) Walter Bucket Presents: TRUE FACTS

1. Sure, everybody has heard of Johnny Appleseed and how he spread and planted all those apple trees across the nation. But how many have heard of his helper, Rastus Manure Wagon?

2. Mount Rushmore was closed for a month in 1996 while George Washington got a nose job.

3. Beginning in 2004, a complete dork who snorted when he laughed, became rich when he rented himself out to young women for $35 an hour for her to take home to show her parents a possible son-in-law. Then, a month later, she brought home her real boyfriend.

4. David Letterman once sang with The Lettermen.

5. U. of Florida State: Osceola and his horse, Renegade were highly embarrassed last year as someone locked them out and a drunk Native American on a jackass came riding out and threw his spear through the opposing team’s coach. Sometime fraternity tricks can backfire on you, especially if the key person is drunk.

6. At a Tokyo Restaurant there are robots that serve you your meal. Plus, if you are short on the tip, one will turn you upside down until your money falls out of your pocket.

7. Less chocolate is eaten in January than any other month. Then, in spite of the New Year’s resolution, everyone stuffs an extra load and says that it was due to Valentines Day.

8. Expressions like “Six of one and a half dozen of the other” and “Give them an inch and they’ll take a mile” is proof that the United States will never convert to the metric system.

9. The worlds nastiest toy is Mr. Potato Head. He leaves his chips all over the floor and even down between the couch cushions.

10. During early years in U.S. Presidential voting, many voters were slipped a lot of whiskey to vote a certain way. In fact, they usually had them to wear a rope around their waist so that they could be drug back out in case they passed out while voting. This is where we get the expression, “Political Ties”.

11. The Araucana chicken is also called the Easter Chicken because of its eggs being all colors. Other chickens sometimes tell the rooster that they are ‘part Araucana chicken’ after fooling around with the peacock and laying colored eggs while he was out crowing.

12. A person can easily float in The Dead Sea by just lying on their back or even sitting up. The sea got its name from all the bodies thrown in there during the past 4,000 years.

13. The wedding ring is usually worn on the left hand on the fourth finger. That’s because the groom is usually right-handed and all the other fingers will be especially busy later on that night.

14. There are no clocks in Las Vegas Casinos. However, just outside are several guys who will sell you a genuine Rolex for very little money.

15. William Shakespeare coined over 1,000 new words and expressions. Among these are “lackluster, obsequiously and turd-choked.”

-Walter Bucket



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