What are the most interesting facts everyone should know?

Here some intriguing information that you may not hear before. Following facts are surprising, interesting, enjoyable.

The Man who lives his life as a Goat

A former graphic designer, Thomas Thwaites was so fed up with his life. He was tired of the problems a human being faces every day, such as a bad day at office, worrying about mortgages, growing old and household bills. Therefore, he went and lived like a goat in Swiss Alps.

At first, he wanted to be an elephant however he realized that Elephants are also one of the only mammals other than humans who have worries and sadness. Hence, he prefer to being a goat that is calm and worry-free animal.

A vending machines can be more dangerous than a shark

It is highly interesting that compared to death from sharks, the risk of dying from vending machines is four times higher.

Many of these deaths are theft related. They either shake the machine until it falls on them and crushes them, or they stick their hands in to steal items, and they get stuck.

The first ski-through McDonald’s in the world located in Sweden

About 450 kilometers northwest of Stockholm, at McSki, located in the popular Swedish ski resort of Lindvallen, hungry skiers can order hamburgers, french fries and drinks through a special window and ski off. For detailed information, you may want to visit here.

Android logo! I recall you somewhere

Graphic designer Irina Blok and her team were given the task of creating a logo that would include a robot and be easily recognized. Funny as it seems, the inspiration came from the symbols we usually see on the doors of public bathrooms.

North Korea and Cuba are the only places you can not buy Coca-Cola

There are now just two countries in the world where CocaCola cannot be bought or sold – at least, not officially. They are Cuba and North Korea, which are both under long-term US trade embargoes (Cuba since 1962 and North Korea since 1950).

I swear, that cat was talking to me

“Meow! Come and play.” (Photo: GreenArt / Shutterstock / NTB scanpix)

Cats meow to communicate with humans. They very rarely meow at other cats.

Meowing is an interesting vocalization in that adult cats do not actually meow at each other, just at people. Kittens meow to let their mother know they are cold or hungry, but once they get a bit older, cats no longer meow to other cats.

The longest place name on the planet is 85 letters long.

The North Island of New Zealand has a place named

Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu. The 1,000-foot hill near the township Porangahau holds the Guinness World Record for longest place name with 85 characters.

Shepherds of the Anus

Medicine was a major part of ancient Egyptian culture, and they made some incredible advances for their time. Similarly to what we do today, ancient Egyptians employed multiple doctors, one for each part of the body.

Egyptian Proctologists were Called ‘Shepherds of the Anus’ or, to translate the Egyptian word for “proctologists” literally, “shepherds of the anus.”

Proctology had only come so far at the time. Hence, the job of a shepherd of the anus mostly consisted of giving people enemas. (source)

A man lived in an airport for almost two decades.

Mehran Karimi Nasseri was left stranded in an airport after losing his refugee documents. He was seeking asylum in Belgium—after being exiled from Iran—and decided that he wanted to visit the U.K. and settle there.

However, to get to the U.K., he took a flight to France and ended up losing his briefcase that contained his refugee and travel documents.

After attempting to get into the United Kingdom, he was turned away and sent back to France by passport control—since he didn’t have any verification.

When he was returned back to France, the French police arrested him for not having his papers—but then released him since his stay in the airport itself.

Because of bureaucracy, Mehran had stayed for 18 years in the Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris. His story also sparked the inspiration for the 2004 film, The Terminal.

Pringles can; a good place for final resting place.

In 1966, Fredric Baur developed the ingenious idea for Procter & Gamble to uniformly stack chips inside a can instead of tossing them in a bag. Baur was so proud of his invention that he wanted to take it to the grave—literally.

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