13 FUN FACTS YOU DIDN'T KNOW
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Produced by: RCN Media
Voice Over: Colton Nelson
Script: Colton Nelson
RELEASED: October 14, 2018
From what happened to Napoléon's penis after he died & Steve Jobs to what M&M stands for & The Cookie Monster's Real Name, join us and find out 13 fin facts that will blow your mind and make you laugh at the same time!
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13 Fun Facts Script
13 Fun Facts
Number 1: Banging your head against a wall for one hour burns 150 calories
Number 2: The Cookie Monster has a real name It’s Sid. No, seriously.
Number 3: Sherlock Holmes NEVER actually said, “Elementary, my dear Watson.
Number 4: Steve Jobs relieved stress by soaking his feet in Apple’s company toilets.
Number 5: Walmart has a lower acceptance rate than Harvard
Number 6: Post-death, Napoléon Bonaparte’s penis was removed from the body during the autopsy, displayed on a museum, and sold for $2,700 in the 1970s.
Number 7: 1996, 315 entries in Webster’s Dictionary were misspelled.
Number 8: You’re born with 300 bones, but by the time you become an adult, you only have 206
Number 9: The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the world in a lifetime.
Number 10: If you yelled for 1 year, 7 months, 26 days, 20 hours, 26 minutes and 40 seconds you would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee
Number 11: M&M’s actually stands for “Mars & Murrie’s,” the last names of the candy’s founders.
Number 12: When you say “a million seconds”, it means 11 and a half days. “A billion seconds” would be over 31 years.
Number 13: Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.
Number 3, the books.
Number 2, 5
Number 8, 13,