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Terrible Facts you Never Wanted to Know

Can you answer these questions about terrible facts that you never wanted to know?
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Last updated: January 21, 2019
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1. What percent of the world's cheese is stolen every year?
0.04%
4%
40%
0.4%
The most stolen food in the world
2. Which of these states has the United States accidentally dropped a nuclear bomb on?
Hawaii
West Virginia
California
North Carolina
2 actually, but neither detonated
3. About how many dead bodies are there on Mount Everest?
200
70
30
130
The deceased are often left on the mountain
4. Which of these things kills the most people each year?
Lawnmowers
Coconuts
Vending Machines
Armed Toddlers
150 people a year
5. What Pokemon are the most children in the United States named after?
Tangela
Chansey
Squirtle
Pikachu
234 children are named Tangela, followed by 160 named Abra, and 123 named Paras
6. How many more people in the world own a cell phone than a toilet?
1.5 Billion
1 Billion
700,000,000
250,000,000
4.5 billion toilets, 6 billion cell phones
7. In 2008, who did 20% of British teens think didn't exist?
Barack Obama
Benito Mussolini
Madonna
Winston Churchill
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8. What does "Crayola" actually mean
Happy Fun
Oily Chalk
Pretty Color
Paint Stain
Coming from French with “craie”, meaning “chalk”, with “ola”, meaning “oily”
9. What grade did the student who designed the fifty star American flag get on his project?
A-
C
B-
A+
He was seventeen years old in Lancaster, Ohio
10. How many pounds of a human body is bacteria (on average)
35
1
10
5
About 3%
11. For how much money did the third Apple founder sell his 10% share for in 1976?
$80,000
$8 Million
$80 Million
$800
Now it would be worth about 98 billion
12. How many ants make up a pound of ants?
450,000
1,500,000
1,000,000,000
32,000,000
Just incase you needed to know
13. What is the name of the average color of the universe?
Primordial Clam Chowder
Cosmic Latte
Astronomer Almond
Skyvory
All of these were suggested names
14. Which is NOT a flavor of Oreo?
Greek Yogurt
Green Tea
Limeade
Watermelon
A flavor for every occasion
15. Which of these foods does NOT have an indefinite shelf life.
Vanilla Extract
Honey
Sparkling Water
Sugar
The shelf life is about 1-2 years
16. Which of these animals has had their fingerprints confused for human ones at a crime scene?
Squirrel
Koala
Gorilla
German Shepherd
Koala's fingerprints are incredibly similar to human ones
17. When was the last time France executed prisoners with a guillotine
1814
1903
1977
1959
I have no explanation
18. All of what bird in England are owned by the crown.
Woodpigeon
Swan
Greenfinch
Red-tailed Hawk
This was because they used to be endangered
19. What can fall from the sky on Neptune?
Sharp Ice Spikes
Diamonds
Chlorine Gas
Lead Spheres
It gets more dangerous the more you think about it
20. When Niels Bohr won the Nobel Prize, he also got an infinite supply of what?
Chocolate
Sheep
Lemons
Beer
Personally I would prefer the other three.
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Level 44
Apr 2, 2020
You would like an infinite supply of sheep?
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Level 74
Apr 29, 2020
Just think how much you cold sell it for though
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Level 67
Jul 22, 2021
I'm afraid the "150 deaths per year by falling coconuts" is a thoroughly debunked urban legend, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_by_coconut
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Level 67
Jul 22, 2021
The actual answer seems to be lawnmowers, with 70 deaths per year in the US alone (https://www.newsweek.com/lawnmowers-kill-more-people-bears-sharks-alligators-each-year-1529280, http://enablingthefuture.org/2017/07/12/lawn-mower-accidents-are-the-leading-cause-of-amputations-for-children-in-the-usa/, https://sunnewsreport.com/new-report-on-the-dangers-of-operating-riding-lawnmowers/ etc)
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Level 44
Nov 17, 2021
you do realise that there is the rest of the world outside of the US where the number of coconut related injuries/deaths would be more significant.

not too many coconuts trees in the US id imagine.

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Level 79
Jul 22, 2021
I'm not sure the toilet/cellphone one makes sense... It's not really an individual possession the way a cell phone is. If a family of 4 has one toilet in their house, who owns it?

Also, I think this could use another minute.

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Level 71
Jul 22, 2021
I'm guessing it means access to a toilet. The explanation for that question may be strange, but it also makes sense to me. One of the biggest shocks when I visited my grandparents in rural Bangladesh was a brand new, bright, glistening Huawei store in the midst of a village with huge piles of trash and tons of rickety old shops that lacked basic sanitation services.
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Level 62
Jul 22, 2021
Ah...the atomic bombs of Goldsboro. As a North Carolinian, I know that tale well.
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Level 57
Jul 25, 2021
This is cool

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