English has only one word for ‘love’. Sanskrit has 96.
In 2012, a 10 year old accidentally created a new molecule in science class called ‘Tetranitratoxycarbon’.
In Spanish, the word ‘esposas’ means both ‘wives’ and ‘handcuffs’.
A Bonsai Tree planted in 1626, survived the atomic bomb at Hiroshima and now resides in a U.S. Museum.
During the 18th century, you could pay your admission ticket to the zoo in London by bringing a cat or a dog to feed the lions.
Google was originally called ‘Backrub’.
Psychologists examined Internet trolls and found that they are narcissistic, psychopathic, and sadistic.
Hedwig, Harry Potter’s owl, is named after the patron saint of orphaned and abandoned children.
According to the Vatican, Catholics can reduce their time in purgatory by following the Pope on Twitter.
The Statue of Liberty was originally intended for Egypt.