Monday 17 June 2019

Did you know No: 25

Good morning world, another cold day here in Newie, Tim is on afternoons this week and next week as well. Last night I watched the first part of Chernobyl which I found quite interesting. I remember the event a disaster that happened in my life time but to be honest I wasn't bothered much by it at the time I was too young and it was on the other side of the world. Anyway here are this weeks did you know facts.

To cook one billion pounds of spaghetti you would need 2,01,145,000 gallons of water, enough to fill nearly 75,000 Olympic size swimming pools.....if you say so.....

One billion pounds of spaghetti is about212,595 miles of 16ounce packs of spaghetti stacked end to end, enough to circle the earth's equator nearly nine times....really??????

The word “dude” was coined by legendary Irish playwright Oscar Wilde and his friends. It is a combination of the words “duds” (meaning clothes) and “attitude”.......that doesn't make sense

The armadillo has as many as 104 teeth......don't bite me please

The strongest teeth in the world belong to John Massls of Belgium, he proved this by pulling two Long Island Railroad passenger cars weighing 80 tons along the rails with a rope held on a bit between his teeth.......what the hell, why.........


  1. How did he know he could pull railroad cars?
    Hey y’all, hold my beer while I pull this train with my teeth!

  2. My daughter LOVES pasta! And 104 teeth - I didn't know that! Ouch.

  3. Interesting Jo-Anne.
    Not a great lover of pasta/spaghetti .

  4. I wonder if the armadillo, with three times as many teeth as John, could pull the train cars 3 times as far...

  5. Rick........Your comment made me laugh

    Sandie......104 is a bloody lot of teeth

    Margaret......I like it but not overly

    Chris........Now that would be a sight

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