Trivia

Hi dear friends!! I hope everyone is doing fine. I am just happy to feel very ok for the past days. I normally have to go to my doctor today but due a lot of errands to do today , I forgot it.

Anyway, I just want to share these trivias with you..I don’t want to keep it in my email either besides that I am deleting it now.

It’s TGIF, Thanks God it’s Friday!! so I am wishing you all in advance a very happy and stress free weekend!! Have fun!!

How many people can fit in Notre Dame?

Notre Dame de Paris ranks as one of the greatest achievements of Gothic architecture. The famous cathedral was begun in 1163 and completed around 1345; the massive interior can accommodate over 6,000 worshippers. Its famous gargoyles were added much later.

What are a cat’s whiskers for?

A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through. The whiskers act as feelers or antennae, helping the animal to judge the precise width of any passage.

Are there actual things as cooties?

There really are such thing as “cooties.” Though most people believe that “cooties” is just a nonsense word used by children to describe unpleasant insects, cooties are in fact a kind of body lice.

How tough are igloo walls?

The walls of an igloo, made entirely of natural material — stand up better to modern artillery than a concrete barricade, according to tests conducted by a Swedish army. The walls absorb an artillery blast, are almost invisible from the air, and can’t be spotted by the infrared sensors that guide today’s missiles.

Was there a real Dr. Pepper?

Charles Alderton, a Texan pharmacist, created a soft drink and named it after his prospective father-in-law, Dr. Charles Kenneth Pepper. The doctor was unimpressed, so Alderton dropped the period after the abbreviation for doctor and made his fortune with “Dr Pepper.”

source: www.arcamax.com

 
 

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