14 Incredibly Strange Facts

elephantElephants can die from broken hearts, especially when they are young and separated from their social groups. This breaks MY heart, a little bit. 

You’re more likely to get hit by an asteroid than to win the lottery. Yet we still try. What’s the definition of ‘insanity’ again? 

In China, some people are recycling used condoms as hair bands. GROSS. Just stop. 

On average, you’ll spend about 92 days sitting on the toilet in your lifetime. So THAT’S why people keep magazine racks in the bathroom. 

A South African man woke up in the morgue after being presumed dead. He had had an asthma attack 21 hours before.

koalaBaby koalas eat their mother’s excrement to absorb necessary nutrients. Mmmm.

In 1996, a Swedish couple tried to name their son “Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116.” They would have pronounced it “Albin.” Because simply NAMING him “Albin” was too boring? 

In 2013, Daily Mail discovered that fast food restaurant ice cream may actually be dirtier than toilet water.

Graham crackers were named after Sylvester Graham. He thought that healthy eating could stave off lust.

Bulls aren’t affected by the color red. They are color blind.

teddyDock Ellis once threw a no-hitter for the Pittsburgh Pirates while tripping on acid.

In 2010, a Korean man married his dakimakura pillow. In English, that’s a body pillow, y’all. 

A teddy bear once killed 2,500 fish at one time. It clogged a drain at a hatchery, preventing the fish from getting oxygen.

The Dassler brothers that founded Puma and ADIDAS were both Nazis.

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