Saturday, May 19, 2018

Saturday’s Freaky Facts

My friends and I love to play trivia games. It’s best when you win the prizes. But it’s always a great way to show off all that useless knowledge we all possess.  Here’s a few freaky facts to get you prepared for those trivia games in your life.

The Greek national anthem has 158 verses. Imagine singing that before a ball game.

Butterflies used to be called flitterbys. It seems a little more fitting than butterfly to me.

Anyone could walk up to the White House before World War II. During the war guards were posted due to the need for increased security. You can’t even go to the mall without seeing security guards now.

One of Mozart’s many masterpieces includes Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. I never would have guessed that before today.

One day on the planet Mercury is equal to six months on earth. Imagine how work days drag on Mercury.

So now you are prepared for that next trivia game you play.

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