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Tu phir na soya hoga


Tu phir na soya hoga, shayad phir roya hoga
Aasu meri palkon pe, yun hi na aaya hoga
Dena mujhko aawazein
Ya sunn meri fariaadein
Ghere hain mujhko yaadein, bin tere
Tujhe hi bas paana chaahoon
Khud ko main khona chaahoon
Tere dil ke inn zakhmo pe, marham main hona chaahoon
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Emotional it Goes




just another promise,
just another lie,
well i can't take it anymore,
it's time to say good-bye,
so i take my razor,
and i take my wrist,
i press harder and harder,
it goes deeper and deeper,
blood spills onto the floor,
but i keep doing it,
until i feel no more.

i miss being the one you held in your arms.
i miss being the one listening to your voice at 3 am.
i miss being the one looking into your eyes for hours.
i miss being the one to feel your lips.
i miss being the one you say you love.
i miss you.
come back love.

wishes are hopes,
hopes are dreams,
guess what.
dreams aren't reality.

so i won't stop lying, won't stop dying, if you want i'll keep on crying.

love is heaven & hell.

cause i don't wanna wait forever,
be hurt everyday,
fly for an hour,
then be left with nothing but a feather.

the heart feels what the mind does not understand.

what goes around comes around, but the good guy never wins.

no one really dies a virgin cause life fucks us all.

and all i think about is how to make you think of me, and everything that we could be..

in the end,
after all the fights,
after all the tears,
after all the restless nights,
after all the bloody wrist,
after all the broken promises & lies,
after all this suffering,
i still love you.

to hell with my pride, let it fall like a tear from my eyes tonight


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The Wicker Husband


Once upon a time, there was an ugly girl. She was short and dumpy, had one leg a bit shorter than the other, and her eyebrows met in the middle. The ugly girl gutted fish for a living, so her hands smelt funny and her dress was covered in scales. She had no mother or brother, no father, sister, or any friends. She lived in a ramshackle house on the outskirts of the village, and she never complained.

     One by one, the village girls married the local lads, and up the path to the church they'd prance, smiling all the way. At the weddings, the ugly girl always stood at the back of the church, smelling slightly of brine. The village women gossiped about the ugly girl. They wondered what she did with the money she earnt. The ugly girl never bought a new frock, never made repairs to the house, and never drank in the village tavern.

     Now, it so happened that outside the village, in a great damp swamp, lived an old basket-maker who was famed for the quality of his work. One day the old basket-maker heard a knock on his door. When he opened it, the ugly girl stood there. In her hand, she held six gold coins.

     'I want you to make me a husband,' she said.

     'Come back in a month,' he replied.

     Well, the old basket-maker was greatly moved that the ugly girl had entrusted him with such an important task. He resolved to make her the best husband he could. He made the wicker husband broad of shoulder and long of leg, and all the other things women like. He made him strong of arm and elegant of neck, and his brows were wide and well-spaced. His hair was a fine dark brown, his eyes a greenish hazel.

     When the day came, the ugly girl knocked on the basket-maker's door.

     'He says today is too soon. He will be in the church tomorrow, at ten,' said the basket-maker. The ugly girl went away, and spent the day scraping scales from her dress.

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     Later that night, there was a knock on the door of the village tailor. When the tailor opened it, the wicker husband stood outside.

     'Lend me a suit,' he said. 'I am getting married in the morning, and I cannot go to church naked.'

     'Aaaaaaargh!' yelled the tailor, and ran out the back door.

     The tailor's wife came out, wiping her hands. 'What's going on?' she said.

     'Lend me a suit,' said the wicker husband. 'I am getting married tomorrow, and I cannot go to my wedding naked.'

     The tailor's wife gave him a suit, and slammed the door in his face.

     Next, there was a knock on the door of the village shoe-maker. When the shoe-maker opened it, the wicker husband stood there.

     'Lend me some shoes,' he said. 'I am getting married in the morning, and I cannot go to church barefoot.'

     'Aaaaaaargh!' yelled the shoe-maker, and he ran out the back door.

     The shoe-maker's wife came out, her hands trembling.

     'What do you want?' she said.

     'Lend me some shoes,' said the wicker husband. 'I am getting married in the morning, and I cannot go to my wedding barefoot.'

     The shoe-maker's wife gave him a pair of shoes, and slammed the door in his face. Next, the wicker husband went to the village inn.

     'Give me a drink,' said the wicker husband. 'I am getting married tomorrow, and I wish to celebrate.'

     'Aaaaaaargh!' yelled the inn-keeper and all his customers, and out they ran. The poor wicker husband went behind the bar, and poured himself a drink.

     When the ugly girl got to church in the morning, she was mighty pleased to find her husband so handsome, and so well turned-out.

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When the couple had enjoyed their first night of marriage, the wicker husband said to his wife: 'This bed is broken. Bring me a chisel: I will fix it.'

     So like a good husband, he began to fix the bed. The ugly girl went out to gut fish. When she came back at the end of the day, the wicker husband looked at her, and said: 'I was made to be with you.'

     When the couple had enjoyed their second night of marriage, the wicker husband said: 'This roof is leaky. Bring me a ladder: I will fix it.'

     So, like a good husband, he climbed up and began to fix the thatch. The ugly girl went out to gut fish. When she returned in the evening, the wicker husband looked at his wife, and said: 'Without you, I should never have seen the sun on the water, or the clouds in the sky.'

     When the couple had enjoyed their third night of marriage, the ugly girl got ready to out. 'The chimney needs cleaning,' she said, hopefully, 'And the fire could be laid...' But at this, the wicker husband - she was just beginning to learn his expressions - looked completely terrified. From this, the ugly girl came to understand that there are some things you cannot ask a man to do, even if he is very kind.

     Over the weeks, the villagers began to notice a change in the ugly girl. If one of her legs was still shorter than the other, her hips moved with a swing that didn't please them. If she still smelt funny, she sang while she gutted the fish. She bought a new frock and wore flowers in her hair. Even her eyebrows no longer met in the middle: the wicker husband had pulled them out with his strong, withied fingers. When the villagers passed the ugly girl's house, they saw it had been painted anew, the windows sparkled, and the door no longer hung askew. You might think that all these changes pleased the villagers, but oh no. Instead, wives pointed out to husbands that their doors needed fixing, and why didn't they offer? The men retorted that maybe if their wives made an effort with new frocks and flowers in their hair, then maybe they'd feel like fixing the house, and everybody grumbled and cursed each other, but secretly, in their hearts, they blamed the ugly girl and her husband.

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     As to the ugly girl, she didn't notice all the jealousy. She was too busy growing accustomed to married life, and was finding that the advantages of a wicker husband outweighed his few shortcomings. The wicker husband didn't eat, and never complained that his dinner was late. He only drank water, the muddier the better. She was a little sad that she could not cook him dinner like an ordinary man, and watch him while he ate. In the cold nights, she hoped they would sit together close to the fire, but he preferred the darkness, far from the flames. The ugly girl got in the habit of calling across the room all the things she had to say to him. As winter turned to spring, and rain pelted down, the wicker husband became a little mouldy, and the ugly girl had to scrub him down with a brush and a bottle of vinegar. Spring turned to summer, and June was very dry. The wicker husband complained of stiffness in his joints, and spent the hottest hour of the day lying in the stream. The ugly girl took her fish-gutting, and sat on the bank, keeping him company.

     Eventually the villagers were too ridden with curiosity to stand it any longer. There was a wedding in the village: the ugly girl and her husband were invited. At the wedding, there was music and dancing, and food and wine. As the musicians struck up, the wicker husband and the ugly girl went to dance. The villagers could not help staring: the wicker husband moved so fine. He lifted his dumpy wife like she was nought but a feather, and swung her round and round. He swayed and shimmered; he was elegant, he was graceful. As for the ugly girl: she was in heaven.

     The women began to whisper behind their hands. Now, the blacksmith's wife was boldest, and she resolved to ask the wicker husband to dance. When the music paused she went towards the couple. The ugly girl was sitting in the wicker husband's lap, so he creaked a little. The blacksmith's wife was about to tap the wicker husband on the shoulder, but his arms were wrapped round the ugly girl.

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     'You are the only reason that I live and breathe,' the wicker husband said to his wife.

     The blacksmith's wife heard what he said, and went off, sulking. The next day there were many frayed tempers in the village.

     'You've got two left feet!' shouted the shoe-maker's wife at her husband.

     'You never tell me anything nice!' yelled the blacksmith's wife.

     'All you do is look at other women!' shouted the baker's wife, though how she knew was a mystery, as she'd done nothing but stare at the wicker husband all night. The husbands fled their homes and congregated in the tavern.

     'T'aint right,' they muttered, 'T'isn't natural.'

     'E's showing us up.'

     'Painting doors.'

     'Fixing thatch.'

     'Murmuring sweet nothings.'

     'Dancing!' muttered the blacksmith, and they all spat.

     'He's not really a man,' muttered the baker. 'An abomination!'

     'He don't eat.'

     'He don't grumble.'

     'He don't even fart,' added the tailor, gloomily.

     The men shook their heads, and agreed that it couldn't go on.

     Meanwhile the women congregated in each other's kitchens.

     'It's not right,' they muttered. 'Why does she deserve him?'

     'It's an enchantment,' they whispered. 'She bewitched him.'

     'She'll be onto our husbands next, I expect,' said the baker's wife. 'We should be careful.'

     'She needs to be brought down a peg or two.'

     'Fancies that she's better than the rest of us, I reckon.'

     'Flowers in her hair!!'

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     'Did you see her dancing?'

     And they all agreed that it couldn't go on.

     One day the wicker husband was on his way back from checking the fish-traps, when he was accosted by the baker.

     'Hello,' said the baker. The wicker husband was a little surprised: the baker never bothered to speak to him. 'You made an impression the other night.'

     'I did?' said the wicker husband.

     'Oh yes,' continued the baker. 'The women are all aflutter. Don't you ever think - well...'

     'What?' said the wicker husband, completely confused.

     'Man like you,' said the baker. 'Could do well for himself. A lot of opportunities...' He leaned forward, so the wicker husband recoiled. The baker's breath smelt of dough, which he found unpleasant. 'Butcher's wife,' added the baker meaningfully. 'Very taken. I know for a fact that he's not at home. Gone to visit his brother in the city. Why don't you go round?'

     'I can't,' said the wicker husband. 'My wife's waiting for me at home.' And he strode off, up the lane. The baker went home, annoyed.

     Now the wicker husband, who was too trusting, thought less of this of this than he should, and did not warn his wife that trouble was brewing. About a week later, the ugly girl was picking berries in the hedgerow, when the tailor's wife sidled up. Her own basket was empty, which made the ugly girl suspicious.

     'My dear!' cried the tailor's wife, fluttering her hands.

     'What d'you want?' said the ugly girl.

     The tailor's wife wiped away a fake tear, and looked in both directions. 'My dear,' she whispered. 'I'm only here to warn you. Your husband - he's been seen with other women.'

     'What other women?' said the ugly girl.

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     The tailor's wife fluttered her hands. This wasn't going as she intended. 'My dear, you can't trust men. They're all the same. And you can't expect - a man like him, and a woman like you - frankly -'

     The ugly girl was so angry that she hit the tailor's wife with her basket, and ran off, up the lane. The ugly girl went home, and - knowing more of cruelty than her husband did - thought on this too much and too long. But she did not want to upset her husband, so she said nothing.

     The tailor's wife came home fuming, with scratches all over her face. That night, the wives and husbands of the village all agreed - for once - that something drastic had to be done.



A few days later the old basket-maker heard a knocking at his door. When he opened it, the villagers stood outside. Right on cue, the tailor's wife began to weep, pitifully.

     'What's the matter?' said the old basket-maker.

     'She's childless,' said the baker's wife, sniffing.

     'Not a son,' said the tailor, sadly.

     'Or a daughter.'

     'No-one to comfort them in their old age,' added the butcher.

     'It's breaking their hearts,' went on the baker.

     'So we've come to ask -'

     'If you'll make us a baby. Out of wicker.'

     And they held out a bag of gold.

     'Very well,' said the old basket-maker. 'Come back in a month.'

     Well, one dusky day in autumn, the ugly girl was sitting by the fire, when there came a knock at the door. The wicker husband opened it. Outside, stood the villagers. The tailor's wife bore a bundle in her arms, and the bundle began to whimper.

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     'What's that?' said the ugly girl.

     'This is all your fault,' hissed the butcher, pointing at the wicker husband.

     'Look what you've done!' shouted the baker.

     'It's an abomination,' sneered the inn-keeper. 'Not even human!'

     The tailor pulled away the blanket. The ugly girl saw that the baby was made of wicker. It had the same shaped nose, the same green eyes that her husband did.

     'Tell me it's not true!' she cried.

     But the wicker husband said nothing. He just stared at the baby. He had never seen one of his own kind before, and now - his heart filled up with tenderness. When the ugly girl saw this on his face, a great cloud of bitterness came upon her. She sank to the floor, moaning.

     'Filthy, foul, creature!' cried the tailor. 'I should burn it!' He seized the baby, and made to fling it into the blaze. At this, the wicker husband let out a yell. Forward he leapt.

     The ugly girl let out a terrible cry. She took the lamp, and flung it straight at her husband. The lamp burst in shards of glass. Oil went everywhere. Flames began to lick at the wicker husband's chest, up his neck, into his face. He tried to beat at the flames, but his fingers grew oily, and burst into fire. Out he ran, shrieking, and plunged into the river.

     'Well, that worked well,' said the butcher, in a satisfied manner.

     The villagers did not spare a second glance for the ugly girl, but went home again to their dinners. On the way, the tailor's wife threw the wicker baby in the ditch. She stamped on its face. 'Ugh,' she said. 'Horrible thing.'

     The next day the ugly girl wandered the highways, weeping, her face smeared in ashes.

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     'Have you seen my husband?' she asked passing travellers, but they saw madness in her eyes, and spurred their horses on. Dusk fell. Stumbling home, scarce knowing where she was, the ugly girl heard a sound in the ditch. Kneeling, she found the wicker baby. It wailed and thrashed, and held up its hands. The ugly girl saw in its face her husband's eyes, and her husband's nose. She coddled it to her chest and took it home.

     Now, the old basket maker knew nothing of all this. One day, the old man took it into his head to see how his creations were faring. He walked into town, and knocked on the tailor's door. The wife answered.

     'How is the baby?' he said.

     'Oh that,' she said. 'It died.' And she shut the door in his face. The old basket-maker walked on, till he came to the ugly girl's place. The door was closed, the garden untended, and dirt smeared the windows. The old basket-maker knocked on the door. No-one answered, though he waited a very long time.

     The old-basket maker went home, disheartened. He was walking the long dark road into the swamp, when he heard something in the rushes. At first he was afraid: he wrapped his scarf closer round his face. But the thing seemed to follow him. From time to time, it groaned.

     'Who's there?' called the old man.

     Out onto the roadway staggered the most broken and bedraggled, the most pathetic and pitiful thing. The old basket-maker stared at what was left of the wicker husband: his hands consumed by fire, his face equally gone. Dark pits of scorched wood marred his chest. Where he had burnt, he had started to rot.

     'What have they done to my children?' cried the old basket-maker.

     The wicker husband said nothing: he had lost his tongue.

     The old basket-maker took the wicker husband home. As daylight came, the old basket-maker sat down to repair him. But as he worked, his heart grew hot with anger.

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     'I made you, but I failed you,' he said. 'I will not send you there again.'

     Eventually, the wicker husband looked as good as new, though the smell of burning still clung. But as the days passed, a damp black mould began to grow on him. The old basket-maker pulled out the rotting withies and replaced them. But it seemed useless: the wicker husband rotted from the inside, outwards.

     At last, the old basket-maker saw there was nothing else to be done. He took up his travelling cloak, set out at night, and passed through the village. He came to the ugly girl's house. In the garden, wreathed in filth, stood the ugly girl, cuddling a child. She was singing the saddest lullaby he had ever heard. The old basket-maker saw that the child was the one he'd made, and his heart softened a little. He stepped out of the shadows.

     'Why do you keep the baby,' he said, 'when you cast your husband from home?'

     The ugly girl cried out, to hear someone speak to her.

     'It is all I have left of my husband,' she said at last. 'Though it is proof he betrayed me, I could not leave it in the ditch to die.'

     'You are a fool,' he said. 'It was I that made the child. Your husband is innocent.'

     At this, the ugly girl let out a cry, and ran towards the river. But old basket-maker caught her arm. 'Wait - I have something to show you,' he said.

     The ugly girl walked behind him, through the swamp where the water sucked and burbled, carrying the baby. As the sun rose, she saw that its features were only those of the old basket-maker, who, like any maker, had passed down his face to his creations.

     When they came to the dwelling, the ugly girl opened the door, and saw her husband, sitting in darkness.

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     'It cannot be you,' she said. 'You are dead. I know: I killed you myself.'

     'I was made for you alone,' said the wicker husband, 'But you threw me away.'

     The ugly girl let out a cry so loud, birds surfaced from the marches for miles around, and threw herself at her husband's feet.



A few days later, the villagers were surprised to see the old basket-maker standing outside the church.

     'I have something to say,' he said. 'Soon I will retire. But first, I am making my masterwork - a woman made of wicker. If you want her, you can have her. But you must bring me a gift for my retirement. Whoever brings me the best gift can have the wicker woman.'

     Then he turned round and went back to the swamp.

     Behind him, the villagers began to whisper. Hadn't the wicker husband been tall and graceful? Hadn't he been a hard worker? Hadn't he been handsome, and eager to please his wife?

     Next day, the entire village denied any interest in the wicker lady, but secretly began to plan. Men eyed up prize cows; women sneaked open jewellery boxes.

     'That wicker husband worked like a slave, and never even ate,' said the shoe-maker's wife to her husband. 'Get me the wicker woman as a servant, I'll live like a lady, never lift a finger.'

     'That wicker husband never quarrelled with anyone, never even raised his voice. Not like you, you old fishwife,' the inn-keeper said to his wife.

     'That wicker husband never tired, and never had a headache,' said the butcher to the baker. 'Imagine...!'

     'Lend me a shilling, cousin,' said the shoe-maker's wife. 'I need a new petticoat.'

     'I can't,' lied the blacksmith's wife. 'I spent it on medicine. The child was very sick.'

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     'I need that back-rent you owe me,' said the butcher, who owned the tailor's house.

     'Been a very bad season in the tailoring trade,' muttered the tailor. 'You'll get it soon.'

     The butcher went into town, hired a lawyer, and got the tailor evicted from his house. The tailor and his wife had to go and live in the shoe-maker's shed.

     'But what are you going to do with the empty house?' asked the butcher's wife.

     'Nothing,' said the butcher, who thought the place would do admirably to keep a mistress. The butcher's wife and the tailor's wife had a fight in the market, and went home with black eyes. In the tavern, no-one spoke, but only eyed each other, suspiciously. The lawyer was still in town. Rumour had it that the tailor's wife was suing for divorce: the inn-keeper's wife had her husband arrested after she found the stairs had been greased. In short, the fields went uncut, the cows went unmilked, ovens uncleaned: the village was obsessed.

     When the day came, the old basket-maker came to town, and sat on the churchyard wall. The villagers brought their gifts. First the tailor, who'd made a luxurious coat. Next the miller, bringing twelve sacks of grain. The baker made the most extravagant cake; the carpenter brought a table and chairs, the carter a good strong horse. The blacksmith's wife staggered up with a cheese the size of a millwheel. Her cousin, the tailor's wife, arrived with a bag of gold.

     'Where d'you get that, wife?' said her husband, amazed.

     'Never you mind,' she snapped.

     The inn-keeper's wife wasn't there: she'd slipped while climbing the stairs.

     Last to come was the butcher. He'd really outdone the others: two oxen, four cows, and a dozen sheep.

     The old-basket maker looked around him. 'Well,' he said. 'I think the prize goes to... the butcher. I'll just take these and be back, with the wicker lady.'

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     The butcher was so pleased, spittle ran from his mouth.

     'Can I have my grain back?' said the miller.

     'No no,' said the old man. 'That wasn't the bargain.' And he began to load all the goods onto the horse. The villagers would have fallen on each other, fighting, but they were so desperate to see the wicker lady, they just stood there, to wait.

     It was dusk by the time the basket-maker returned. The wicker woman was seated on the horse, shrouded in a cloak, veiled like a bride. From under the cloak, white flowers fell. As she passed the villagers, a most marvellous smell drifted down.

     The butcher stood outside the tailor's old house. He'd locked his wife in the coal cellar in preparation.

     The old basket-maker held out a hand, and helped the lady dismount. The butcher smelt her fragrance. From under the veil, he thought he saw her give him a saucy glance. He was so excited, he hopped from foot to foot.

     The wicker lady lifted her veil: she took off her cloak. The butcher stared at her. The wicker lady was short of stature and twisted of limb, her face was dark and rough. But worse than that - from head to foot, she was covered in thorns.

     'What have you done?' shrieked the butcher.

     'Ah,' said the old basket-maker. 'The wicker husband was made of willow. Willow is the kindest of trees: tall, elegant, pliable, of much assistance in easing pain. But I saw that you did not like him. Therefore I made you the wicker lady from blackthorn. Blackthorn is cold, hard, and thorny - it will not be killed, either by fire or frost.'

     The villagers would have fallen on the old basket-maker there and then, had not the wicker lady stepped forward. She seized hold of the butcher and reached up to kiss him. The butcher let out a howl. When he pulled his lips away, they were shredded and tattered: blood ran down his chin. Then, with a bang, the butcher's wife broke out of the coal cellar, and ran down the road. Seeing the wicker lady kissing her husband, she screamed, and fell on her. The two of them rolled in the gutter, howling and scratching.

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     Just then, the lawyer piped up. 'Didn't you check the details first?' he said. 'It's very important. You should always check the small print.'

     The men of the village took their butcher's knives and pitchforks and tailoring shears, and chased the lawyer out of town. When they'd run out of breath, they stopped.

     'That old fraud the basket-maker,' said the baker. 'He tricked us.'

     So they turned round and began to go back in the other direction, on the road into the swamp. In the darkness they stumbled and squelched, lost their way and nearly drowned. It was light by the time they came to the old basket-maker's dwelling, but the old basket-maker, the wicker husband, the ugly girl and the baby, as well as all the villagers' goods, had already upped, and gone.
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“Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.”  Nothing could be closer to the truth.  But before you can begin this process of transformation you have to stop doing the things that have been holding you back.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
  1. Stop spending time with the wrong people. – Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.  If someone wants you in their life, they’ll make room for you.  You shouldn’t have to fight for a spot.  Never, ever insist yourself to someone who continuously overlooks your worth.  And remember, it’s not the people that stand by your side when you’re at your best, but the ones who stand beside you when you’re at your worst that are your true friends.
  2. Stop running from your problems. – Face them head on.  No, it won’t be easy.  There is no person in the world capable of flawlessly handling every punch thrown at them.  We aren’t supposed to be able to instantly solve problems.  That’s not how we’re made.  In fact, we’re made to get upset, sad, hurt, stumble and fall.  Because that’s the whole purpose of living – to face problems, learn, adapt, and solve them over the course of time.  This is what ultimately molds us into the person we become.
  3. Stop lying to yourself. – You can lie to anyone else in the world, but you can’t lie to yourself.  Our lives improve only when we take chances, and the first and most difficult chance we can take is to be honest with ourselves.  Read The Road Less Traveled.
  4. Stop putting your own needs on the back burner. – The most painful thing is losing yourself in the process of loving someone too much, and forgetting that you are special too.  Yes, help others; but help yourself too.  If there was ever a moment to follow your passion and do something that matters to you, that moment is now.
  5. Stop trying to be someone you’re not. – One of the greatest challenges in life is being yourself in a world that’s trying to make you likeeveryone else.  Someone will always be prettier, someone will always be smarter, someone will always be younger, but they will never be you.  Don’t change so people will like you.  Be yourself and the right people will love the real you.
  6. Stop trying to hold onto the past. – You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading your last one.
  7. Stop being scared to make a mistake. – Doing something and getting it wrong is at least ten times more productive than doing nothing.  Every success has a trail of failures behind it, and every failure is leading towards success.  You end up regretting the things you did NOT do far more than the things you did.
  8. Stop berating yourself for old mistakes. – We may love the wrong person and cry about the wrong things, but no matter how things go wrong, one thing is for sure, mistakes help us find the person and things that are right for us.  We all make mistakes, have struggles, and even regret things in our past.  But you are not your mistakes, you are not your struggles, and you are here NOW with the power to shape your day and your future.  Every single thing that has ever happened in your life is preparing you for a moment that is yet to come.
  9. Stop trying to buy happiness. – Many of the things we desire are expensive.  But the truth is, the things that really satisfy us are totally free – love, laughter and working on our passions.
  10. Stop exclusively looking to others for happiness. – If you’re not happy with who you are on the inside, you won’t be happy in a long-term relationship with anyone else either.  You have to create stability in your own life first before you can share it with someone else.  Read Stumbling on Happiness.
  11. Stop being idle. – Don’t think too much or you’ll create a problem that wasn’t even there in the first place.  Evaluate situations and take decisive action.  You cannot change what you refuse to confront.  Making progress involves risk.  Period!  You can’t make it to second base with your foot on first.
  12. Stop thinking you’re not ready. – Nobody ever feels 100% ready when an opportunity arises.  Because most great opportunities in life force us to grow beyond our comfort zones, which means we won’t feel totally comfortable at first.
  13. Stop getting involved in relationships for the wrong reasons. – Relationships must be chosen wisely.  It’s better to be alone than to be in bad company.  There’s no need to rush.  If something is meant to be, it will happen – in the right time, with the right person, and for the best reason. Fall in love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.
  14. Stop rejecting new relationships just because old ones didn’t work. – In life you’ll realize that there is a purpose for everyone you meet.  Some will test you, some will use you and some will teach you.  But most importantly, some will bring out the best in you.
  15. Stop trying to compete against everyone else. – Don’t worry about what others doing better than you.  Concentrate on beating your own records every day.  Success is a battle between YOU and YOURSELF only.
  16. Stop being jealous of others. – Jealousy is the art of counting someone else’s blessings instead of your own.  Ask yourself this:  “What’s something I have that everyone wants?”
  17. Stop complaining and feeling sorry for yourself. – Life’s curveballs are thrown for a reason – to shift your path in a direction that is meant for you.  You may not see or understand everything the moment it happens, and it may be tough.  But reflect back on those negative curveballs thrown at you in the past.  You’ll often see that eventually they led you to a better place, person, state of mind, or situation.  So smile!  Let everyone know that today you are a lot stronger than you were yesterday, and you will be.
  18. Stop holding grudges. – Don’t live your life with hate in your heart.  You will end up hurting yourself more than the people you hate.  Forgiveness is not saying, “What you did to me is okay.”  It is saying, “I’m not going to let what you did to me ruin my happiness forever.”  Forgiveness is the answer… let go, find peace, liberate yourself!  And remember, forgiveness is not just for other people, it’s for you too.  If you must, forgive yourself, move on and try to do better next time.
  19. Stop letting others bring you down to their level. – Refuse to lower your standards to accommodate those who refuse to raise theirs.
  20. Stop wasting time explaining yourself to others. – Your friends don’t need it and your enemies won’t believe it anyway.  Just do what you know in your heart is right.
  21. Stop doing the same things over and over without taking a break. – The time to take a deep breath is when you don’t have time for it.  If you keep doing what you’re doing, you’ll keep getting what you’re getting.  Sometimes you need to distance yourself to see things clearly.
  22. Stop overlooking the beauty of small moments. – Enjoy the little things, because one day you may look back and discover they were the big things.  The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you.
  23. Stop trying to make things perfect. – The real world doesn’t reward perfectionists, it rewards people who get things done.  Read Getting Things Done.
  24. Stop following the path of least resistance. – Life is not easy, especially when you plan on achieving something worthwhile.  Don’t take the easy way out.  Do something extraordinary.
  25. Stop acting like everything is fine if it isn’t. – It’s okay to fall apart for a little while.  You don’t always have to pretend to be strong, and there is no need to constantly prove that everything is going well.  You shouldn’t be concerned with what other people are thinking either – cry if you need to – it’s healthy to shed your tears.  The sooner you do, the sooner you will be able to smile again.
  26. Stop blaming others for your troubles. – The extent to which you can achieve your dreams depends on the extent to which you take responsibility for your life.  When you blame others for what you’re going through, you deny responsibility – you give others power over that part of your life.
  27. Stop trying to be everything to everyone. – Doing so is impossible, and trying will only burn you out.  But making one person smile CAN change the world.  Maybe not the whole world, but their world.  So narrow your focus.
  28. Stop worrying so much. – Worry will not strip tomorrow of its burdens, it will strip today of its joy.  One way to check if something is worth mulling over is to ask yourself this question: “Will this matter in one year’s time?  Three years?  Five years?”  If not, then it’s not worth worrying about.
  29. Stop focusing on what you don’t want to happen. – Focus on what you do want to happen.  Positive thinking is at the forefront of every great success story.  If you awake every morning with the thought that something wonderful will happen in your life today, and you pay close attention, you’ll often find that you’re right.
  30. Stop being ungrateful. – No matter how good or bad you have it, wake up each day thankful for your life.  Someone somewhere else is desperately fighting for theirs.  Instead of thinking about what you’re missing, try thinking about what you have that everyone else is missing.


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93% of all greeting cards are purchased by women


Paper money is not made from wood pulp but from cotton. This means that it will not disintegrate as fast if it is put in the laundry


The most deadly fires that occur in the home happen between 6pm and 10pm


There are over 200 parts in a typical telephone


There is an automobile model called Stutz Bearcat.


If you were standing on Mercury, the Sun would appear 2.5 times larger than it appears from Earth


The water inside of a coconut is identical to human blood plasma. Many lives in third world countries have been saved from coconut water fed through an IV


The least likely day to eat out in the United States is Monday


Little Miss Muffet was a girl from the 16th century whose name was really Patience


In 1978, the World Water Speed record was made by Ken Warby from Australia. His average speed was 317.6 mph, and his jet-powered hydroplane was 27 feet long called "Spirit of Australia." Warby built the boat himself in his back yard


Americans collectively eat one hundred pounds of chocolate every second


People who studies laughter are called a "gelotologists."


Adolf Hitler was one of the people that was responsible in the creation of the Volkswagen Beetle. He came up with the idea of producing a car that was cheap enough for the average German working man to afford.


Chameleons can move their eyes independently. One eye can be looking forward and one eye backward at the same time


Bruce Lee was so fast, that they actually had to slow a film down so you could see his moves. That is the opposite of the norm


Over 90% of diseases are caused or complicated by stress


In 1953, racecar driver Tim Flock raced at Nascar with a monkey in the seat beside him


Taipan snakes have 50 times more toxic than a cobra snake


Influenza caused over twenty-one million deaths in 1918


English sailors were referred to as "limeys" because sailors added lime juice to their diet to combat scurvy


Ukrainian people celebrate Christmas on January 7th, which is the Orthodox Christmas Day


Gorillas are considered apes, not monkeys. The way to distinguish between an ape and a monkey is that apes do not have tails


Early Romans used to use porcupine quills as toothpicks


The longest human beard on record is 17.5 feet, held by Hans N. Langseth who was born in Norway in 1846


Honey is used sometimes for antifreeze mixtures and in the center of golf balls


The size of a raindrop is around 0.5 mm - 2.5 mm, and they fall from the sky on average 21 feet per second.


In the United States, the first cookbook was published in 1796 and it contained a recipes for watermelon rind pickles


The word "walkman" was included in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1986


A headache and inflammatory pain can be reduced by eating 20 tart cherries


There is an area located off the south-eastern Atlantic coast of the United States called the "Bermuda Triangle." It is known for a high rate of unexplained losses of ships, small boats, and aircraft, which has led some people to believe that this triangle has supernatural powers


State with the highest percentage of people who walk to work: Alaska


Some toothpastes and deodorants contain the same chemicals found in antifreeze


The Shroud of Turin is the single most studied artifact in human history


Smartest dogs: 1) Scottish border collie; 2) Poodle; 3) Golden retriever


The sperm count of an average American male compared to thirty years ago is down thirty percent


Humpback whales are capable of living up to 95 years


The 1912, a wrestling match in Stockholm between Finn Alfred Asikainen and Russian Martin Klein lasted more than 11 hours. Klein eventually won, but was to tired to participate in the championship match


Manitoulin Island is the largest island in a fresh water lake. It is located in Canadian Lake Superior


Cost of raising a medium-size dog to the age of eleven: $6,400


The Chinese politician Mao Zedong refused to ever brush his teeth and instead just washed his mouth with tea


The Super Bowl is broadcast to over 182 countries in the world


Banging your head against a wall uses 150 calories an hour


In 1884, Dr. Hervey D. Thatcher invented the milk bottle.


Some Ribbon worm will eat themselves if they cannot find food. This type of worm can still survive after eating up to 95% of its body weight


The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is "uncopyrightable."


Singer Chaka Khan came out with a line of chocolates called "Chakalates."


In a day 34,000 children die every day from causes that are related to poverty and hunger






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Eighty percent of 10 year old girls in the USA go on a diet


97% of all paper money in the US contains traces of cocaine


The name "Grey Poupon" used for mustard comes from two people: Maurice Grey and Auguste Poupon. Grey was the inventor of a machine that mass produced fine textured mustard, and Poupon was an already established maker of mustard. In 1886 the Grey-Poupon firm was formed


The Faberge, "Winter Egg" was sold in 1994 for $5.6 million. This is the most expensive decorative egg that has ever been sold


The name "Tonka" trucks was named after Lake Minnetonka located in Minnesota. Tonka means "great" in Sioux


18% of an Americans income is spent on transportation


Feb 1865 and Feb 1999 are the only months in recorded history not to have a full moon


Turkeys have a wingspan of approximately 4.5 feet


The first music video ever played on MTV Europe was by Dire Straits, "Money For Nothing."


Arnold Palmer was the first player to win $1 million on the PGA Tour


Three years after a person quits smoking, there chance of having a heart attack is the same as someone who has never smoked before


In a year, the average Americans eats approximately 18 pounds of Turkey


The household wrench was invented by boxing heavyweight champion Jack Johnson in 1922


Squids move through the ocean using a jet of water forced out of the body by a siphon


Back in 1796, dimes were called dismes


Pilgrims did not eat with forks. They only used spoons, knives and their fingers


The average human has about 20 square feet of skin weighing about 6 pounds


Mass murderer Charles Manson recorded an album titled "Lie."


On average, each American consumes approximately two hundred and sixty pounds of meat in a year


The term "The Big Apple" was coined by touring jazz musicians of the 1930s who used the slang expression "apple" for any town or city. Therefore, to play New York City is to play the big time - The Big Apple


An apple, potato, and onion all taste the same if you eat them with your nose plugged. They all taste sweet


The United States has paved enough roads to circle the Earth over 150 times.


Decaffeinated coffee is not 100% caffeine free. When coffee is being decaffeinated, 2% of the caffeine still remains in it


Sales of antacids increase by as much as 20% the day after the Superbowl


Automobile building is the largest manufacturing industry in the world.


A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes


Polar bears can eat as much as ten percent of their body weight in less than one hour


Marlboro was the first cigarette company to market a cigarette that had a red filter called "beauty tip." This was done to hide the lipstick marks left on the filter from women smokers


In Japan, the number four is considered to be unlucky because the Japanese word for four sounds very similar to the word death


The life expectancy of a $100 bill is nine years


The words moron, imbecile, and idiot are not interchangable. The one with the highest level of intelligence is a moron, followed, by an imbecile, and then idiot


Anise is the scent on the artificial rabbit that is used in greyhound races


The first known American novelist to hand in a manuscript that was typed was Mark Twain. His typewriter was a Remington No.1, which was invented by Christopher Sholes and Carlos Glidden.


The city of Nottingham in England was the first city to have Braille signs (signs for the blind) in its shopping malls for the blind


The only woman that has appeared on a U.S. paper currency is Martha Washington


The name of the Taco Bell dog is Gidget


Each year approximately half of billions dollars is spent on bubble gum by the kids in North America


Hair and fingernails are made from the same substance, keratin


The average human eats 8 spiders in their lifetime at night


The number one cause of blindness in adults in the United States is diabetes


India has a Bill of Rights for cows


A drink used to be made by the Aztecs for the gods which had the ingredients of ground cocoa mixed in with spices and corn


In America, the most common mental illness is Anxiety Disorders


The stage were the television sitcom "Friends" is shot on is said to be haunted


Gases that build up in your large intestine cause flatulence. It usually takes about 30 to 45 minutes for these gases to pass through your system


The largest earthworm on record was found in South Africa and measured 22 feet


Whooping cranes are born with blue eyes that change to bright gold by the time they six months old


Belize is the only country in the world with a jaguar preserve


Tomatos were once referred to as "love apples." This is because their was a superstition that people would fall in love by eating them


The American Kestrel hawk weighs only four ounces


A 27 year old heir to a sausage empire was handed a ticket for 116,000 pounds for driving at 80 km/hr in a 40 km/hr zone. This is because the speeding tickets in Finland are based on how much money a person makes


In China, pancakes are generally served as side dishes. They are stuffed with meat, bean sprouts, and other vegetables.
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Before the 17th century, carrots used to be the colour purple


William Taft who was the U.S. president between 1909-1913 once got stuck in the White House bathtub


If all the Oreo cookies ever sold were stacked on top of one another, they would be as high as 13.3 million Sears Towers


Ancient Egyptians kissed with their noses instead of with their lips


Krispy Kreme make five million doughnut a day


The only real person to be a Pez head was Betsy Ross


There were no red colored M&Ms from 1976 to 1987


In 1681, the last dodo bird died


There are over 600 different pasta shapes


Some people start to sneeze if they are exposed to sunlight or have a light shined into their eye


In 1989, twenty-three people were hired in Jacksonville Florida just to flush toilets so the pipes would not freeze


Lake Baikal is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, having formed between 20 and 25 million years ago


From 1939 to 1942, there was a undersea post office in the Bahamas


An owl has three eyelids


Instead of a birthday cake, many children in Russia are given a birthday pie


Atlantic salmon can jump as high as 4.5 meters out of the water


Although the outsides of a bone are hard, they are generally light and soft inside. They are about 75% water


Each nostril of a human being register smell in a different way. Smells that are made from the right nostril are more pleasant than the left. However, smells can be detected more accurately when made by the left nostril


Children who are breast fed tend to have an IQ seven points higher than children who are not


Each king in a deck of playing cards represents a great king fromhistory. Spades - King David; Clubs - Alexander the Great; Hearts -Charlemagne;and Diamonds - Julius Caesar.


There are no ants in Iceland, Antarctica and Greenland


In the United States, approximately 135 million cars travel every day on the streets, roads, and interstates.


A salmon with two mouths, two sets of teeth and two tongues was caught by Bob Bateman of Canada


There is a "cemetery town" in California named Colma. Concerns about the public health, crime, and the need for space forced the city of San Francisco to outlaw burials in 1902. The city of Colma, which is five miles south of San Francisco, was established to bury the dead. The ratio of dead to living people is 750 to 1


Dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are registered blood donors


In Belgium, there is a museum that is just for strawberries


The most reproduced image in the world is Mickey Mouse, which can be found on over 7,500 different items


On average a person passes gas 14 times a day


Vasaloppet, which is located in Sweden is the oldest, longest, and the biggest cross-country ski race in the world. Every year, 14,000 people compete in the race


The clown fish has the ability to change its sex. If a breeding female dies, the male fish will change its sex and mate with another male


Bats sleep during the day and feed at night. The place that bats sleep in is called the "roost."


The puma and the leopard are the highest jumping mammals. They are able to reach a height of 16.5 feet


The chances of getting a cavity is higher if candy is eaten slowly throughout the day compared to eating it all at once and then brushing your teeth


The Main Library at Indiana University sinks over an inch every year because when it was built, engineers failed to take into account the weight of all the books that would occupy the building


On average, a car driver will swear or blashpheme 32,025 times in their lifetime while driving


The average ear grows 0.01 inches in length every year


The first penny candy to be wrapped in America was the Tootsie Roll in 1896


Buckingham Palace has over six hundred rooms


Male owls weigh less and are smaller than female owls


Hypnotism is banned by public schools in San Diego


The city of Las Vegas has the most hotel rooms in the world


Cows drink anywhere from 25-50 gallons of water each day


In the United Kingdom, three million people play bingo every year


Humans are the only primates that don't have pigment in the palms oftheir hands.


Every square inch of the human body has about 19,000,000 skin cells


In 1994, 7-Eleven coined the term "brain freeze." The word was developed to explain the feeling people get when drinking a Slurpee.


A swordfish can live as long as 25 years and weigh up to 1,200 pounds


Due to eating habits in the USA, one in three children born in the year 2000 have a chance of getting type II diabetes


The world's termites outweigh the world's humans 10 to 1.


Each honeycomb in Honeycomb cereal has seven holes


The Nile river is 6,690 kilometers long


By law, information collected in a U.S. census must remain confidential for seventy-two years

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The 20th president of the United States James Garfield could write Greek with one hand and Latin with the other at the same time


Japan uses the most energy per year than any other country.


Over 436,000 U.S. Troops were exposed to depleted uranium during the first Gulf war


Approximately two gallons of water are used to brush your teeth


Two-thirds of Canadians live in Quebec and Ontario


The first television show to show any portion of a toilet was on "Leave it to Beaver." After fighting for ten weeks to show the toilet, CBS would only allow the producers to show the toilet tank, and not the whole toilet


Texas is the only state that is allowed to fly its flag at the same height as the U.S. flag


German immigrant, Louis Prang was the first to bring Christmas cards to America


In total, Americans eat more than 45 billion sandwiches each year, while sales of custom-made sandwiches are rising 15 percent per year


Ninety percent of the population has an innie belly button


The fear of Halloween is called Samhainophobia


In France, the Big Dipper is called the "casserole."


The first African-American to receive a Nobel Peace Prize was Ralph J. Bunche in 1950


Dolphins can swim and sleep at the same time


Of all the golfers in Canada, 71.4% golfers are male, 28.6% are female


Research indicates that babies who suck on pacifiers are more prone to ear aches


In 1917, Margaret Sanger was jailed for one month for establishing the first birth control clinic


Iguanas can recognize their human handlers and greet them differently, compared with strangers


Being lactose intolerant can cause chronic flatulence


Some of the titles that were considered for the hit T.V. show "Friends" were Six Of One, Across the Hall, and Insomnia Cafe


The only bone fully grown at birth is located in the ear


The incidents of immune system diseases has increased over 200% in the last five years


"dous":tremendous, horrendous, stupendous, and hazardous


Bananas contain a natural chemical which can make a person happy. This same chemical is found in Prozac


The only desert in Canada is located in Osoyoos, British Columbia


The city of Seoul has been the capital city of Korea for more than 600 years


Romans used to believe that walnuts could cure head ailments during the Renaissance, since their shape was similar to that of a brain


There are coffee flavored PEZ


Half of the 42 U.S. Presidents are of Irish descent


The General Lee cars used in the popular show The Dukes of Hazards were 1969 Dodge Chargers


The word "limelight" that is used in theatre to refer to the performers on the stage originated because before electricity was available lime was burned in a lamp, which created a white light that was directed at the performers


Many hamsters only blink one eye at a time


In Kentucky, it is illegal to carry ice cream in your back pocket


In 1988, the largest ice cream sundae in history was made. It was made in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and weighed in at over 24 tons


Sports Illustrated has the largest sports magazine circulation


There are some hospitals in Shanghai that have issued a rule that a nurse must wear lipstick while on duty


Thirteen percent of the human population reside in deserts


There are more chickens than people in the world


In 1958, the Crayola crayon color "Prussian Blue" was changed to "Midnight Blue" by the request of teachers as kids could not relate to Prussian history


Americans on average use about 580 pounds of paper per year per person


Wild turkeys can run at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour


Annually, fires that occur at home kill more Americans than all natural disasters combined


The only sound Seahorses make is a small clicking or popping sound during feeding or courtship


The Baltimore Orioles opened the 1988 baseball season by losing the first 21 games and 107 altogether for the entire season


Border collies are the most intelligent breed of dog


Tug of War was an Olympic event between 1900 and 1920


There are 293 ways to make change for a dollar


Coca-Cola used to contain cocaine when it was initially introduced


All the Krispy Kreme donut stores collectively could make a doughnut stack as high as the Empire State Building in only 2 minutes


Pepsi originally contained pepsin, (the same stuff in pepcid AC) thus the name


The first letter Vanna White ever turned on the game show Wheel of Fortune was the letter "T."


Harley Proctor got the idea to name the soap "Ivory" while he was listening to a bible reading at a church in 1879


The average American drinks 400 glasses of milk in a year


Canada beat Denmark 47-0 at the 1949 world hockey championships. new


111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321


Each Jelly Belly jelly belly bean has 4 calories


The longest one-syllable word in the English language is "screeched."


Only 55 percent of all Americans know that the sun is a star


Kissing can aid in reducing tooth decay. This is because the extra saliva helps in keeping the mouth clean


There is a place called Hell, Michigan. It is about 50 miles from Detroit, Michigan


In 1929, the Coca-Cola slogan was "The Pause That Refreshes."


Bamboo plants can grow up to 36 inches in a day.


Since the United Nations was founded in 1945, there have been 140 wars


Goat meat contains up to 45 percent less saturated fat than chicken meat


Chef Boyardee is actually a real person. His real name is Hector Boiardi and he was born in northern Italy in 1898


Bill Bowerman, the co-founder of the shoe company Nike, got his first shoe idea after staring at a waffle iron. This gave him the idea of using squared spikes to make the shoes lighter


In 1989, the space shuttle Discovery carried 32 fertilized chicken eggs into orbit


The most recycled product in the world is the automobile.

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The dragonfly has not changed over the last 300 million years


In 1983, a Japanese artist, Tadahiko Ogawa, made a copy of the Mona Lisa completely out of ordinary toast


Average number of days a West German goes without washing his underwear: 7


Cotton crops can be sprayed up to 40 times a year making it the most chemical-intensive crop in the world


The "Star Spangled Banner" did not become a national anthem until 1931. It was designated by an Act of Congress


Every year in the U.S., there are 178,000 new cases of lung cancer


On average, the American household consumes six pounds of peanut butter annually


A housefly can only ingest liquid material. They regurgitate their food to liquify the food that they are going to eat


Bugs Bunny was originally called "Happy Rabbit."


In 1685, New France used playing cards as currency because of the shortage of coins


Sharks have upper and lower eyelids, but they do not blink


The size of a red blood cell is 708 microns. This is equivalent to one millionth of a meter


In 1657, the first chocolate house was opened in London, England. The cost of chocolate was about 13 shillings per pound and was a drink that only the elite enjoyed


In the movie "Gandhi" 300,000 extras appeared in the funeral scene. Of the 300,000, approximately 100,000 received a small fee, and the other 200,000 did it for free


O.J. Simpson had a severe case of rickets and wore leg braces when he was a child


The majority of cats do not have any eyelashes


Reindeer like to eat bananas


A barnacle has the largest penis of any other animal in relation to its size


The hottest chili in the world is the Tezpur chili pepper


Over half the textile fibers that are used in the world are cotton


You can send a postcard from Hell. There is a small town located in the Cayman Islands called "Hell." They even have a post office


The property (ID, Facts) VALUES on the Monopoly game board are the same today as they were in 1935


The song "Happy Birthday" brings in about $2 million in licensing revenue to Warner Communications who hold the copyright to the song


In 10 minutes, a hurricane releases more energy than all the world'snuclear weapons combined.


Ed Cox from San Francisco invented the pot scrubbing S.O.S. pads in 1917. His wife came up with the name, which stands for "Save Our Saucepans."


The name Wendy was made up for the book "Peter Pan."


Another word for hiccups is "singultus."


Better wine can be produced by the soil being of poor quality. This is because the vines have to "work" harder


A white tiger can only be born when both parents carry the gene for white colouring


Lipogram refers to writing that does not have certain letter or letters


In October 1986, Pepsi paid close to $840 million to Nabisco for the Kentucky Fried Chicken empire


Edinburgh has more booksellers per head of population than any other city in Britain


The most common rock on Earth is basalt


The papaya tree is known as "the medicinal tree" in some cultures because it?s seeds and leaves have been used as ingredients in different medicines


A cat has 32 muscles in each ear


In one gram of soil, about ten million bacteria live in it


When Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone back in 1876, only six phones were sold in the first month.


Americans eat approximately 20 pounds of pasta per person each year


Dolphins sleep with one eye open


Minnows have teeth located on a bone in their throat

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Mummy powder was once thought to be a cure for all remedies. English men used to carry the powder with them in a tiny bag wherever they went


By recycling just one glass bottle, the amount of energy that is being saved is enough to light a 100 watt bulb for four hours


Slinkys were invented by an airplane mechanic; he was playing with engine parts and realized the possible secondary use of one of the springs


The most popular brand of raisins is Sunmaid


Estuarine crocodiles are the biggest of all 26 species of the crocodilian family


Alaska got its name from the Aluet word "Alyeska" which means "The Great Land."


The Mall of America, located in Bloomington, Minnesota is so big that it can hold 24,336 school buses


Every second, 630 steel cans are recycled


The word witch comes from the word "wicca" which translates to the "wise one."


If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have$1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without beingable tomake change for a dollar.


In the United States, poisoning is the fourth leading cause of death among children


Surveys indicate that the number one reason people play BINGO is for leisure


In 1916, Charlie Chaplin was making $10,000 a week, making him the highest paid actor of his time


Annually, an Australian eats 15 kg of bananas, which comes out to 27 meters of bananas


The largest stamp was issued by China and measured 210 x 65 mm


Nazi leader Adolf Hitler had only one testicle


It's possible to lead a cow upstairs...but not downstairs.


The reason firehouses have circular stairways is from the days when the engines were pulled by horses. The horses were stabled on the ground floor and figured out how to walk up straight staircases


The best selling Crayola crayon box is the set of 24 crayons


People that smoke have 10 times as many wrinkles as a person that does not smoke


Thomas Edison was afraid of the dark. (Hence, the light bulb?)


The name of the character that is behind bars in the Monopoly board game is Jake the Jailbird


In Colorado, there are about 83,000 dairy cows


Just by recycling one aluminum can, enough energy would be saved to have a TV run for three hours.


The first telephone call from the White House was from Rutherford Hayes to Alexander Graham Bell


Turtles can breathe through their butts


A pregnant goldfish is called a twit


The name Wendy was made up for the book "Peter Pan."


A glockenspiel is a musical instrument that is like a xylophone. It has a series of metal bars and is played with two hammers


Teenage suicide is the second cause of death in the state of Wisconsin


Diamonds were first discovered in the riverbeds of the Golconda region of India over 4,000 years ago.


French artist, Michel Vienkot, uses cow dung as paint when he creates his pictures


Canada is an Indian word meaning "village" or "settlement."


There are 122 pebbles per square inch on a Spalding basketball


The seventeenth president of the United States, Andrew Johnson did not know how to read until he was 17 years old


The fastest growing tissue in the human body is hair


Bhutan issued a stamp in 1973 that looked like a record and actually would play the Bhutanese national anthem if placed on a record player


Asparagus comes in three colors: green, white and purple


Only two people signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, JohnHancock and Charles Thomson. Most of the rest signed on August 2, butthe last signature wasn't added until 5 years later.


A cubic yard of air weighs about 2 pounds at sea level.


Pancakes are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Australia


A lion feeds once every three to four days


A honey bee has four wings


Chedder cheese is the best selling cheese in the USA


In the movie "The Matrix Reloaded" a 17 minute battle scene cost over $40 million to produce


According to research, Los Angeles highways are so congested that the average commuter sits in traffic for 82 hours a year


Over one million Pet Rocks were sold in 1975, makine Gary Dahl, of Los Gatos, California, a millionaire. He got the idea while joking with friends about his pet that was easy to take care of, which was a rock


First novel ever written on a typewriter: Tom Sawyer


Because metal was scarce; the Oscars given out during World War II were made of plaster


The head of a jellyfish is called the "Bell."


The game Monopoly has been played by approximately 500 million people in the world, and the game is available in 26 languages

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1 out of every 4 kids in the USA is overweight


"Kemo Sabe" means "soggy shrub" in Navajo


In 1903, there were originally only eight Crayola crayons in a box and they sold for five cents


Men are able to read fine print better than women can


On average, 150 couples get married in Las Vegas each day


Spiders usually have eight eyes, but still they cannot see that well


One ragweed plant can release as many as a million grains of pollen in one day


Women hearts beat faster than men


The Central African raffia palm is known to have the longest leaves. The leaves can measure up to 82.5 feet long.


Due to the shortages of lead and metals during World War II, toothpaste was packaged in plastic tubes and have been ever since


It is estimated that 93% of American children will go out trick or treating for Halloween


In humans, the epidermal layer of skin, which consists of many layers of skin regenerates every 27 days


A group of crows is called a murder


Ellen Macarthur, yachtswoman, had a total of 891 naps in 94 days that were each 36 minutes long while on her Vendee Round the Globe yacht race


Davao City, located at the Southern state of Philippines, is the largest city in the world in terms of area


Castaways Travel, a Houston-area travel agency, offers an all-nude flight to Cancun Mexico. Once the plane reaches cruising altitude, you are allowed to take off all your clothes and roam about the cabin


People generally read 25% slower from a computer screen compared to paper


Certain female species of spiders such as the Australian crab spider, sacrifice their bodies as a food source for their offspring


One grape vine produce can produce about 20 to 30 glasses of wine


The TV show "Saturday Night Live" made its debut on October 11, 1975


In a pack of Skittles candy, there is an equal 20% distribution of each flavour


The names of the two stone lions in front of the New York Public Library are Patience and Fortitude. They were named by then-mayor Fiorello LaGuardia


The Hubble telescope is so powerful that it is like pointing a beam of light at a dime that is two hundred miles away.


The word "umbrella" is derived from the Latin root word "umbra", which means shade or shadow


An ear of corn consists of 80% water


Leonardo Da Vinci never signed or dated his most famous painting, the Mona Lisa


On average people fear spiders more than they do death


Every day, over five billion gallons of water are flushed down toilets in the United States


In one trip, a honey bee visits about 75 flowers


Barney, the famous dinosaur that entertains kids is from Dallas


Jupiter is the fastest rotating planet, which can complete one revolution in less than ten hours


A chicken loses its feathers when it becomes stressed


Nutmeg is extremely poisonous if injected intravenously


The first Tupperware item marketed was the seven-ounce bathroom cup in 1945


Sharks are immune to cancer


Manicuring the nails has been done by people for more than 4,000 years


Approximately 1 billion stamps are produced in Australia annually


The study of the iris of the eye is called iridology


Back in 1919, the Russian transplant pioneer Serge Voronoff made headlines by grafting monkey testicles onto human males.


The word Cotton originates from the Arabic word "Qutun."


In 1946, the New York Yankees became the first baseball team to travel by plane

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The reason firehouses have circular stairways is from the days of yorewhen the engines were pulled by horses. 


The horses were stabled on theground floor and figured out how to walk up straight staircases.


The cigarette lighter was invented before the match.


It would take approximately twenty-four trees that are on average six to eight inches in diameter to produce one ton of newsprint for the Sunday edition of the New York Times


Every year, kids in North America spend close to half a billion dollars on chewing gum


The tuatara lizard of New Zealand has three eyes, two in the center of its head and one on the top of its head


The world population of chickens is about equal to the number of people


The largest number of children born to one woman, who was a Russian peasant is 69


In a lifetime, an average driver will release approximately 912 pints of wind inside a car


The loss of eyelashes is referred to as madarosis


Approximately 75% of human poop is made of water


The popular chocolate bar "Three Musketeers" got its name because when it was first introduced in 1932 there were three individual bars. The flavours were strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla


Every photograph of the first American atomic bomb detonation was taken by Harold Edgerton


Heinz Catsup leaving the bottle travels at 25 miles per year


In 1864, A Quebec farmer found a frog inside a hailstone


Actor Sylvester Stallone once had a job as a lion cage cleaner


The first time there was an instance where they had a separate toilet for women and men was in 1739 at a ball in Paris


In the marriage ceremony of the Ancient Inca Indians of Peru, the couple was considered officially wed when they took off their sandals and handed them to each other


Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable


Some birds have been know to put ants into their feathers because the ants squirt formic acid, which kills parasites


On average, 42,000 balls are used and 650 matches are played at the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament


The WD in WD-40 stands for Water Displacer


Lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables


Lake Baikal, in Siberia, is the deepest lake in the world


In the Middle Ages, peacocks and swans were sometimes served at Christmas dinners


India has the most post offices in the world


Women take three times longer than men when using the toilet


In America, approximately 25% of kids aged 6-14 have a magaznie subscription


Canada has more donut shops per capita than the United States


In 1886, Coca-cola was first served at a pharmacy in Atlanta, Georgia for only five cents a glass. A pharmacist named John Pemberton created the formula for Coca-cola


75% of all raisins eaten by people in the United States are eaten at breakfast


Whale oil was used in some car transmissions until 1973


Flamingos are able to fly at a speed of approximately 55 kilometers an hour. In one night they can travel about 600 km

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The first domain name ever registered was Symbolics.com


Thirty to 40 gallons of sugar maple sap must be boiled down to make just one gallon of maple syrup


The most frequent season for most suicides to occur is in the spring. The winter months have the lowest number of suicides


A seven year old boy was the first person to survive the Horeshoe Falls (Niagara Falls) in just a life jacket


The longest punt return for a touchdown was 103 yards


The most popular Hot Wheels vehicle sold is the Corvette


A giraffe is able to clean its ears with its own tongue


The slowest growing finger nail is on the thumb nail and the fastest growing is the finger nail on the middle finger


Flu shots only work about 70% of the time


People of Salt Lake City eat the most lime-flavoured gelatin Jell-O in the United States


In a survey conducted in 2000 by Kimberly-Clark, it was found that men prefer to fold their toilet paper, and women like to wad it


On average, a person has two million sweat glands


France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Greece, and Australia have always been in the modern Olympics since it began in 1896


The longer white infants from low-income families are breast-fed, the less likely they will be overweight as young children, researchers said on Monday


111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987,654,321


The Boston University Bridge (on Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts) is one of the few places in the world where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane


The most popular treat for Halloween trick-or-treaters are candy bars with Snickers being the most popular


Corned beef got its name because this beef was preserved with pellets of salt that were the size of corn kernels, which was also referred to as "corns" of salt


The Canandian province of New Brunswick had a bloodless war with the US state of Maine in 1839.


In 1908, the first machine to make lollipops opened for business in New Haven, Connecticut


In 1976, a Los Angeles secretary named Jannene Swift officially married a fifty pound rock. More than twenty people witnessed the ceremony


The most diners per capita in the world are located in the U.S. state New Jersey


In Denmark, people eat about 36 pounds of candy a year. The highest consumption of candy of any country


John Van Wormer invented paper milk cartons after dropping a bottle of milk one morning. The bottle broke spilling the milk everywhere. That annoyance was enough for Van Wormer to come up with the idea.


The long fibres that are found in bananas are excellent in making paper. The long fibres that are found in the banana plant can make the banana fibre paper approximately 3000 times stronger than regular paper


The state of Tennessee was known as Franklin before 1796


Over 90% of poison exposures occur in homes


Honolulu, Hawaii boasts the only royal palace in the United States of America


Seven asteroids were especially named for the Challenger astronauts who were killed in the 1986 failed launch of the space shuttle


Americans consumed more than twenty billion hot dogs in 2000


The production of toilet paper in China began in 1391, which was used for the Emperors

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Wood frogs can be frozen solid and then thawed, and continue living. They use the glucose in their body to protect their vital organs while they are in a frozen state


Canadians eat more Kraft Dinner (Macaroni and Cheese) per capita than any other country in the world


In a day, a mature oak tree can draw approximately 50 gallons of water


The reason why bubble gum is pink is because the inventor only had pink colouring left. Ever since then, the colour of bubble gum has been predominantly pink


Emilio Marco Palma was the first person born in Antarctica in 1978


A top freestyle swimmer achieves a speed of only 4 miles per hour. Fish, in contrast, have been clocked at 68 mph


Every single hamster in the United States today comes from a single litter captured in Syria in 1930


Research on pigs led to the development of CAT scans.


The Hundred Years War lasted for 116 years


Some dolphins can swim up to 40 kilometers an hour


In the last 30 years, only seven people have been killed by a polar bear in Canada


The longest U.S. highway is Route 20, which is over 3,365 miles


The largest LEGO castle that was ever built was built with 400,000 LEGO bricks and was 4.45 m x 5.22 m


In the U.S. there are approximately 65.8 million cats


One of the steepest main streets in Canada is located in Saint John, New Brunswick. Over a distance of two blocks the street rises about 80 feet


Avery Laser Labels are named after company founder R. Stanton Avery


The highest point in Pennsylvania is lower than the lowest point in Colorado


On September 9, 1950 dubbed laughter was used for the first time on television. It was used for the sitcom "The Hank McCune Show."


A violin actually contains 70 separate pieces of wood


The human heart can create enough pressure that it could squirt blood at a distance of thirty feet


One out of four American households own a cat


Queen Lydia Liliuokalani was the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Islands. She was also the only Queen the United States ever had


Every day 2,700 people die of heart disease


There are 10 million bacteria at the place where you rest your hands at a desk


The quills of a porcupine are soft when they are born


An average American child watches approximately 28 hours of television in one week


Quality standards for pasta were set in the 13th century by the Pope


The A.A. Milne character of Winnie the Pooh made his animated film debut in 1966 in Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree


People have the tendency to chew the food on the side that they most often use their hand


Antarctica is the only land on our planet that is not owned by any country


The Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia, has twice as many bathrooms as isnecessary. When it was built in the 1940s, the ste of Virginia stillhad segregation laws requiring separate toilet facilities for blacks andwhites.


The Lemon shark grows about 24,000 new teeth a year. A new set of teeth grow approximately every 14 days


One billion seconds is about 32 years


An average American eats approximately 60 hot dogs per year


Iceland consumes more Coca-Cola per capita than any other nation


The water displacement product, WD-40, can be found in 80% of American homes


Dexter is the smallest type of cow. This cow was bred to be a small size for household living


As part of the original design, the names of 72 French scientists and other famous people is imprinted on the sides of the Eiffel tower

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