You may be asking how you can possibly learn these facts while sitting on the toilet. The answer is easy. Just print them out and leave them in the bathroom as reading material. The more you read them, the more you will remember them and eventually learn them.
1. Before 1859, baseball umpires sat in rocking chairs.
2. Julius Caesar’s autograph is worth two million dollars.
3. Over half a million Americans were conceived by artificial insemination.
4. Americans eat about 22 pounds of tomatoes every year, mostly in ketchup and tomato sauce.
5. Only one percent of American teenage girls do not use deodorant.
6. Every day, more than 20 million Americans read their horoscope.
7. Toto’s real name was Terry. (Toto is the dog in The Wizard of Oz.)
8. Albert Einstein did not like to wear socks.
9. Confederate General Robert E. Lee did not believe in owning slaves.
10. One fifth of Americans spend their vacation at home.
11. Two thirds of the world’s lawyers live in the United States.
12. Canada owns more United States real estate than Japan.
13. There are three museums in the world that exhibit solely footwear.
14. A major league baseball team can break $150,000 worth of bats every year.
15. Dan Quayle’s favorite film is Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
16. In Nazi Germany, it was illegal to name your horse, “Adolph.”
17. At the wedding of Ronald Regan’s daughter, Patti, there were 134 guests and 180 security personnel.
18. Rabbits take about 18 naps per day.
19. In India, playing cards are round.
20. In Albania, nodding the head means no while shaking it means yes.
21. Flies can get athlete’s foot.
22. Sleepwalking is hereditary.
23. Most dinosaurs were no bigger than chickens.
24. Experts say whale songs rhyme.
25. You think better in the winter than in the summer.
26. The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows.
27. Eskimos have over 100 words for ice.
28. An ounce of gold can be drawn into a wire 50 miles long.
29. Moose are very nearsighted. Some even try to mate with cars.
30. Mexico City sinks about ten inches every year.
31. Sperm whales can hold their breath for over an hour.
32. The only continent without a desert is Europe.
33. In Helsinki, Finland, it is more common for police to deflate tires than to give parking tickets.
34. The majority of Americans buy presents for their pets on holidays.
35. The song that is most often sung in America is “Happy Birthday to You.”