835. Fact
The wings on a banana fly flap back and forth 200 times per second.

836. Fact
120 milligrams of arsenic is enough to kill you.

837. Fact
When pharmacist john pemberton was mixing the solution that later was to become coca-cola, he included in his experiental batches cocaine, coca leaves and cola nuts.

838. Fact
Thelma pickles was john lennon's first girlfriend.

839. Fact
Winston churchill was born in a ladies lavatory.

840. Fact
The chameleon has a tongue longer than its own body.

841. Fact
In 1999; the danish movie festen received a peculiar film award in germany for the worst dubbed movie.

842. Fact
If you cut off a cockroach's head, it can live for nine more days until it starves to death.

843. Fact
The electric chair was invented by a dentist.

844. Fact
During a flight, the concorde gets 7 to 8-inches longer. The heat from the friction causes the metal to expand.

845. Fact
There are more than 30,000 different kinds of roses.

846. Fact
The german friedrich sertner, when he managed to isolate the active substance from opium in 1806, gave the substance the name "morphine" after the greek god of sleep.

847. Fact
The koala is loved by children all over the world. But did you know that it's one of the sleepiest animals in the fauna? The koala spends 22 hours every day sleeping.

848. Fact
The shortest known alphabet is new guinea's rotokas. It has only 11 letters - a, b, e, g, i, k, o, p, r, t and u.

849. Fact
Dr. Alexander woods invented the hypodermic syringe in 1882.

850. Fact
In japanese, the words for "four" and "dead" are pronounced exactly the same. This is also true for "nine" and "pain". This explains why no hotel rooms in japan have the numbers 4 or 9.

851. Fact
If you fill a cone-shaped dram glass halfway, it's actually only filled 12 - 13%.

852. Fact
Have you ever tried to lick your own elbow? Even if you try, you will never succeed. It's physically impossible to do.

853. Fact
Phrenology is an old science that advocates that one can understand the characteristics of a person by the shape of their skull.

854. Fact
The african ostrich lays the largest eggs in the world. The shell is 1.5 millimeters thick and is strong enough to hold the weight of an adult man.

855. Fact
Another rare phobia is lutraphobia; - a deathly fear of otters.

856. Fact
The tallest picasso statue in the world can be found in kristinehamn, sweden.

857. Fact
The quartz crystal in a digital watch vibrates 32,768 times every second.

858. Fact
Steven spielberg didn't accept any money for the film schindler's list. He felt it would be blood money.

859. Fact
The seven beams in the crown of the statue of liberty represent the seven seas and seven continents.

860. Fact
Money contains cotton as well as paper. That's why it can survive a tumble through the washing machine.

861. Fact
Sharks are the only fish that can blink both eyes simultaneously.

862. Fact
A shark's skeleton is not made of bone like other fish and vertebrates. Instead, it is made-up of cartilage.

863. Fact
The actor dolph lundgren has a university degree from the royal technical university of stockholm.

864. Fact
The tutsis in congo, africa, are the tallest people in the world. Many are 7 feet tall. They live next to the pygmies who are the shortest people in the world.

865. Fact
Rhinoceros' horns are made up of compressed hair.

866. Fact
Originally, coca-cola was sold as a prescription to cure melancholy, hysteria and migraines.

867. Fact
The soho area of new york city is named soho because it is located south of houston street.

868. Fact
The national anthem of greece contains 158 verses.

869. Fact
The pig is the only animal that, like humans, can get a suntan.

870. Fact
The world's longest city name has 167 characters. Krungthepmahanakornamornrattanakosinmahintarayutthayamahadilokphopnoparatrjathaniburiromudomrajaniwesmahasatharnamornphimarnavatarnsathitsakkatattiyavisanukamprasit. It translates into: the great city of angels, the supreme unconquerable land of the great immortal divinity, the royal capital of nine noble gems, the pleasant city, with plenty of grand royal palaces, and divine paradises for the reincarnated deity, given by indra and created by the god of crafting. It is known to the rest of the world as bangkok, thailand.

871. Fact
Bruce willis is left-handed. To get a better camera angle, in the film sixth sense, he wrote with his right hand in one scene.

872. Fact
Grampus, a playful, black and white dolphin, can live to the ripe old age of 80 to 90 years.

873. Fact
It takes 240 million years for our solar system to travel around the center of our galaxy, the milky way. This is known as a cosmic year.

874. Fact
Some of the larger battle scenes in the film braveheart had to be done twice, because many people with walk-on parts could be seen wearing watches and sunglasses.

875. Fact
Antoine saint-exupry, the french author who wrote the little prince, died when his small plane crashed on july 31, 1944. Why the plane crashed is still unknown.

876. Fact
A mule is the spawn of a donkey and a mare.

877. Fact
Coulfophobia is the technical term for a fear of clowns.

878. Fact
Star trek, the famous tv series, was not a hit when if first started. After only two seasons, the tv network wanted to cancel it.

879. Fact
Wrigley's, the american chewing gum, was the first product in the world with a bar code.

880. Fact
If you suffer from polydactyl, you were born with more than 10 fingers and toes.

881. Fact
The nobel prizewinner marie curie was the first woman allowed to teach at the university of sorbonne in paris.

882. Fact
A lightning bolt will heat up the air around it to about 3,000272c (5432 degrees fahrenheit).

883. Fact
In an earlier version of the script for the film alien, ripley was supposed to be played by a man.

884. Fact
During the first world war, josef stalin got out of serving his military service because of his deformed feet. He had two toes that were grown together.



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    A North Indian staple, chaat in various forms is today a readily available treat found in almost every city and street. If legends are to be believed, this snack originated from Shah Jahan's kitchen. Over the course of time, a multitude of recipes and versions have evolved, differing from town to town, vendor to vendor. What they do have in common is that they are crispy, spicy and sweet all at once. Some famous chaats are bhel puri, dahi puri, paani puri and papdi chaat.

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