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False Facts #10
These sure sound good, but they're not true.
Polar bears can eat as many as 22 penguins in a single sitting.
You can get blood from a stone, but only if contains at least 17 percent bauxite.
The volume of water that the Giant Sequoia tree consumes in a 24-hour period contains enough suspended minerals to pave 16 feet of a 4-lane concrete freeway.
A Wisconsin man was beaten by an angry mob because he asked for "no cheese" on his Whopper.
King Henry VIII slept with a gigantic axe.
In the early 70s, McDonalds briefly offered customers a choice of French fries or consomme.
Touch-tone telephone keypads were originally planned to have buttons for Police and Fire Departments, but they were replaced with * and # when the project was cancelled in favor of developing the 911 system.
Human saliva has a boiling point twice that of regular water.
30% of women who apply makeup while driving have accidentally swallowed a tube of lipstick.
Calvin, of the "Calvin and Hobbes" comic strip, was patterned after President Calvin Coolidge, who had a pet tiger as a boy.
Watching an hour-long soap opera burns more calories than watching a three-hour baseball game.
Until 1978, Camel cigarettes contained small particles of real camel dung.
You can actually sharpen the blades on a pencil sharpener by wrapping your pencils in aluminum foil before inserting them.
At the first World Cup championship in Uruguay, 1930, the soccer balls were actually monkey skulls wrapped in paper and leather.
Labrador retrievers dream about bananas.
If you put a bee in a film canister for two hours, it will go blind.
Never hold your nose and cover your mouth when sneezing, as it can blow out your eyeballs.
Centuries ago, purchasing real estate often required having one or more limbs amputated in order to prevent the purchaser from running away to avoid repayment of the loan. Hence an expensive purchase was said to cost "an arm and a leg."
When Mahatma Gandhi died, an autopsy revealed five gold Krugerrands in his small intestine.
After you die, your tongue continues to grow.
Aardvarks are allergic to radishes, but only during summer months.
If you part your hair on the right side, you were born to be carnivorous. If you part it on the left, your physical and psychological make-up is that of a vegetarian.
When immersed in liquid, a dead sparrow will make a sound like a crying baby.
Although difficult, it's possible to start a fire by rapidly rubbing together two Cool Ranch Doritos.
The Count of Monte Cristo died from cardiac arrest after eating too many Monte Cristo sandwiches.
In ancient Greece, children of wealthy families were dipped in olive oil at birth to keep them hairless throughout their lives.
The trucking company Elvis Presley where worked as a young man was owned by Frank Sinatra.
It is nearly three miles farther to fly from Amarillo, Texas to Louisville, Kentucky than it is to return from Louisville to Amarillo.
The "nine lives" attributed to cats is probably due to their having nine primary whiskers.
Contestants on the reality show "Survivor" quietly receive a case of Quaker granola bars to eat if they're really hungry.
George Washington died of a wig infection.
The Venezuelan brown bat can detect and dodge individual raindrops in mid-flight, arriving safely back at his cave completely dry.
Ingesting small doses of ink over an extended period of time will change your eye color slightly.
In 1960, a then-unknown Dan Rather auditioned for the voice of cartoon character Dudley Do-Right but was turned down by animator/director Jay Ward.
Scientists estimate that sleep lost due to daylight saving time reduces the average lifespan by nearly two full months.
No NCAA basketball team from a school located in its state's capitol has ever won the national championship.