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03/23/2022 “Time for Lunch”   2 comments

I thought today we might talk a little bit about food and drink. Just a little bit of trivia concerning some of our favorite consumables and some not so favorite. Don’t read this before you eat your lunch, it might put you off a little bit.

  • To make 1 pound of honey, bees must tap an average of 2 million flowers and fly more than 50,000 miles.
  • In ancient times oranges, not apples, were known as the” Fruits of the Gods”.
  • Some fast-food hamburgers are made of only 12% meat.
  • More than 45% of Americans eat fast food once a week.
  • To burn the calories consumed while eating a McDonald’s Big Mac, large fries, and a large soda, you must walk briskly for seven straight hours.
  • The US FDA allows pizza sauce at fast food restaurants to contain a maximum of 30 fly eggs per 100 grams, or 15 fly eggs and one maggot per 100 grams.
  • Each day McDonald’s feeds more people than the entire population of Spain.
  • Worcestershire sauce is created by dissolving the whole anchovies in vinegar, until the bones melt.
  • Lemons contain more sugar than strawberries.
  • Honey is the only natural food that does not rot. Theoretically honey could sit for 1 million years and remain completely edible.
  • On average there are more than 1200 calories in movie theater popcorn if you include the butter topping. That’s the equivalent of the calories in one pound of baby back ribs or two McDonald’s Big Macs.
  • M&Ms are the top-selling candy in the United States. Second is Reese’s peanut butter cups and third is the Snickers bar.
  • In China, the most popular use of ketchup is as a condiment for fried chicken.
  • The French government banned ketchup in its primary schools in 2011, fearing it would encourage children to develop Americanized taste preferences.
  • No more than two rodent hairs, or 29 gnawed kernels, can be shipped in a pound of popcorn.

ENJOY YOUR MEALS AND SNACKS (LOL)

04-25-2013   2 comments

You are disgusting!  I wish I had a dollar for ever time someone has said that to me.  Normally it’s a women who has been raised and brainwashed into believing that all men are the most crude and disgusting animals on the planet. I understand their feelings to a point but I hate people who broad brush groups with facts that may or may not be true.

I don’t find myself any more or any less disgusting than most women.  As human beings our entire everyday existence is disgusting.  I’m about to lay some facts on you that you’ve probably never heard.  You women out there who insist that men are more disgusting than women, pay attention. We get out of bed every morning just like you and go about our life doing all the little normal things that you do.  We brush our hair, we sleep in a bed, we go to the bathroom, and a thousand other things that all of us humans pay little or no attention to.  If you’re one of those obsessive/compulsive folks with issues about germs and dirt you might want to stop reading now.  This is sure to upset you more than just a little.  And ladies, after reading the following list you may have to rethink calling us men disgusting.  All human beings are disgusting in one way or another including yourselves.

  • An average person’s yearly fast food intake will contain 12 pubic hairs.
  • Most of the dust underneath your bed is actually your own dead skin.
  • A hard working adult sweats up to 4 gallons per day.
  • A toothbrush within 6 feet of a toilet can get airborne bacteria from flushing.
  • According to U.S. FDA standards, 1 cup of orange juice is allowed to contain 10 fruit fly eggs, but only 2 maggots.
  • An average adult produces about half a liter of flatulent gas per day, resulting in an average of about fourteen occurrences of flatulence a day.
  • Every day, the average person swallows about a quart of mucous.
  • More than 40,000 parasites and 250 types of bacteria are exchanged during a typical French kiss.
  • One in three motorists pick their nose while driving.
  • The average office desk has 400 times more bacteria than a toilet.
  • There are more bacteria in your mouth than there are people in the world.
  • You inhale about 700,000 of your own skin flakes each day.
  • On a daily average you will inhale 1 liter of others anal gasses.
  • An average person will consume 12 pubic hairs in their fast food annually.
  • If you swim one hour in a public pool you will intake 1/12 liters of urine.
  • Diarrhea induced E.Coli was found on 10% of coffee mugs in the U.S.
  • Annually you will shake hands with 6 men who have recently masturbated and did not wash their hands.
  • Through contact with door knobs, counter tops, and other daily objects your hand will come in contact with 15 penises a day.

I think I’ve made my point in as a disgusting way as I can.  Everyone now stand up near your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone and repeat after me.  WE ARE ALL DISGUSTING!  Thank you for your attention.

04-02-2013   Leave a comment

It’s time once again for this blog to live up to it’s name.  Another installment of totally useless information collected during a global search for just about anything that’s even a little bit interesting.  I feel that everyone should have a few trivia items that aren’t commonly known to help amaze their friends and possibly win a bar bet or two.  Spring is arriving and we need to lighten things up a little  so here we go.

  • The average housewife walks 10 miles a day around the house doing chores. She walks 4 miles and spends 25 hours a year making beds.
  • President James Garfield could write Latin with one hand and Greek with the other—simultaneously! Leonardo da Vinci could draw with one hand and write with the other, also simultaneously.
  • Attila the Hun was a dwarf. Pepin the Short, Aesop, Gregory of Tours, Charles III of Naples, and the Pasha Hussain were all less than 3 and a half feet tall.
  • Edgar Allan Poe and James Abbott McNeill Whistler both went to West Point.
  • The Amazon River discharges 4.2 million cubic feet of water per second in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • A rat can go without water longer than a camel can.
  • Mr. Potato Head was the first toy advertised on television.
  • An elephant may consume 500 pounds of hay and 60 gallons of water in a single day.
  • Malaria mosquitos are attracted to ripe Limburger cheese and smelly feet.
  • A fetus acquires fingerprints by the end of the first trimester.
  • One million stray dogs and 500,000 stray cats live in New York City metropolitan area. There are about 100 million dogs and cats in the United States. Americans spend more than 5.5 billion on their pets each year. Every hour, 12,500 puppies are born in the US.
  • In 2003, the personal fortune of writer  J. K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame, surpassed that of the Queen of England.
  • A 2005 survey by CareerBuilder.com, 43% of Americans called in sick when there was nothing wrong with them.
  • The venom of the king cobra is so deadly that one gram of it can kill 150 people. Just to handle the substance can put one in coma.
  • A whale’s heart beats only nine times a minute.
  • A good milking cow will give nearly 6,000 quarts of milk every year.
  • Under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, leeches and maggots are categorized as medical devices.
  • Male moose have antlers 7 feet across. The antlers often weigh 60 pounds.

You should be feeling extra smart right about now.  Knowing these fact puts you in a category all your own.  I didn’t say it was a good category but you’re definitely in it.  You’re now an official trivia nerd and I guess congratulations are in order. 

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