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Random and bizarre facts to entertain your brain (17 Photos).





There's no better way to start the day than with a little bit of brain food, and a decent fact is the perfect way to get those clogs ticking over. Luckily for you we've got 17 for you here.

#17 Soy Sauce can kill you.

#17 Soy Sauce can kill you.

It's a happy ending of sorts. But the guy had a close call. And you definitely don't want to try it.

#16 Pointing a laser at a plane is a federal crime.

#16 Pointing a laser at a plane is a federal crime.

Pointing a laser at an aircraft puts the pilot, crew, passengers, and people on the ground at serious risk. It distract the pilot, create glare that affects the pilot's vision and cause temporarily blindness.



#15 Navajo code talkers.

#15 Navajo code talkers.

Windtalkers was the code name given to the Navajo talkers employed by United States military intelligence during World War II.
Navajo language was one of the most successful codes ever used. It remained unbroken throughout the course of the war.



#14 The naked truth of Karen Gillan.

#14 The naked truth of Karen Gillan.

The Doctor Who star was wrapped in a sheet by hotel security and escorted to her room after being found nude and "whimpering" at 7am at The Ace in Manhattan.

#13 She recovers through the power of music.

#13 She recovers through the power of music.

She was hit by an SUV whose driver went through a red traffic light. In the accident she suffered serious head and spinal injuries and her pelvis was broken in two places. But after being devastatingly injured, she recovers through the power of music to emerge a brilliant singer, songwriter, that's the legend.

#12 A letter of expression.

#12 A letter of expression.

This shows that during World War II, black soldiers were subjected to the same discrimination as their civilian counterparts, enduring both physical segregation and racist treatment at the hands of white officers and fellow enlisted men.

#11 Pathological Grooming categorized as a form of OCD in DSM V.

#11 Pathological Grooming categorized as a form of OCD in DSM V.

Pathological groomers, stated that it helps them with stress relief and gives them pleasure.
Studies suggest that the behavior is also genetic.

#10 Obsession for Harry Potter.

#10 Obsession for Harry Potter.

As a child, Lynch read the Harry Potter series and became a fan, sending letters to the author, J. K. Rowling.
I guess she used a spell on the doctors.

#9 What a great man.

#9 What a great man.

It's great that this guy sacrificed so much to help, but it saddens me that no government picked up the tab.

#8 A strange doctor's note.

#8 A strange doctor's note.

If you could get a doctor's note to excuse you from anything your heart desires, what would it be? For Winston Churchill, it was for an unlimited amount of alcohol.

#7 A very special relationship.

#7 A very special relationship.

This teaches us how relationships can be built on trust, gratitude, and friendship, in the animal kingdom and most of all between humans and animals.

#6 The mystery of Lori Ruff.

#6 The mystery of Lori Ruff.

It must have been for some horrific reason... either she was running away from a crime or an abusive family or relationship. But her true identity is still a mystery.

#5 Survived twice.

#5 Survived twice.

What you call it, his luck?

#4 That's a big amount!

#4 That's a big amount!

The scientist found the average drinker takes 10 sips to sink a pint, of which 0.56 millilitres of Guinness is trapped in the average moustache at every sip.

#3 Beliefs and Rituals to avoid troubles in the sea.

#3 Beliefs and Rituals to avoid troubles in the sea.

Black cats are associated with superstition which is why black cats have the lowest adoption rates.

#2 The legless girl abandoned by her own parents.

#2 The legless girl abandoned by her own parents.

She was born with no legs, but it didn't stop this wonder girl from dreaming her life as a gymnast.

#1 A midnight rider goes unsung.

#1 A midnight rider goes unsung.

Paul Revere gets all the glory for his midnight ride. But one young messenger who called the colonists to arms during a remarkable five-day dash across five states is a mere footnote. A man mentioned in historical documents that didn't even get his first name right. They called him Trail. His name was Israel Bissell.





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