Animal Crackers

There are 18 different animal shapes in the Animal Crackers cookie zoo!


Premonition dreams

There are some astounding cases where people actually dreamt about things which happened to them later, in the exact same ways they dreamed about. 
You could say they got a glimpse of the future, or it might have just been coincidence. 
The fact remains that this is some seriously interesting and bizarre phenomena. Some of the most famous premonition dreams include:
  • Abraham Lincoln dreamt of His Assassination
  • Many of the victims of 9/11 had dreams warning them about the catastrophe
  • Mark Twain’s dream of his brother’s demise
  • 19 verified precognitive dreams about the Titanic catastrophe


Pregnant Woman

By law, a pregnant woman can pee anywhere she wants to in Britain, even if she chooses, in a police officer’s helmets.



Ants do not have lungs. 

Oxygen enters through tiny holes all over the body and Carbon Dioxide leaves through the same holes. 

There are no blood vessels. 

The heart is a long tube that pumps colorless blood from the head back to the rear and then back up to the head again.


Cap’n Crunch

Cap’n Crunch’s full name is Horatio Magellan Crunch.



Ketchup was sold in the 1830s as medicine.



Macaques are extremely common in Cambodia, with the lowest possible conservation status ranking (least concern). 

This may explain why people have no problem eating them, but it does little to explain why they feel the need to eat the brains out of the still-living animal’s skull.

Macaque brain is a delicacy in Cambodia, and the fresher the meat, the better. 

For this reason, macaques can be drugged or tied up, before having the tops of their heads cut off. 

They are then placed beneath a table with a specially carved hole for the monkey’s head, which acts as a bowl for the brains.


First robotic kill

The first recorded death by automated robot occurred in 1979. 

Robert Williams was working at a Ford plant when a robotic arm swung around with sufficient force to kill him instantly. 

Unaware that it had killed him, the robot went quietly on with its work for half an hour before Williams’s body was discovered. 

Williams’s death was the first robotic kill but not the last.


Employee Trampled To Death

The Nintendo Wii was the most in-demand gift on Black Friday of 2008, and eager shoppers were lined up in the cold by 3:30 a.m. at the Walmart in Valley Stream, New York. 
The store opened at 5:00 a.m., but there were no police or security officers there to keep the massive crowds under control. 
Over 2,000 people wanted to get inside to shop, and by 4:55 a.m., they had grown impatient and wanted the store to open. 
The crowd broke down the doors, sending shattered glass everywhere, as the mob poured through the doors. 
One of the Walmart employees, Jdimytai Damour, was knocked over by the force, and a stampede of people began walking over him to get inside. 
Police officers attempted to resuscitate Jdimytai, but he was already dead.



You can spell typewriter with the first row of letters on a keyboard.