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Sweden once had two Leaps Days in one year.
Doorways make you forget.
In the wrong hands, one Christmas custom can bring a whole lot of bad luck.
Because of a printer’s error, one edition of the Bible went from pious to downright wicked.
Singing “Happy Birthday to You” in public can land you in jail.
According to Italian space trackers, there are cosmonauts stranded in space.
In Denmark, it is illegal to name your child Apple.
A small strait off the coast of Wales is the scene of the strangest coincidence ever recorded.
The electric chair was invented by a dentist.
Nutmeg can kill you.
A Frenchman once ate an entire airplane.
Shakespeare wrote the first knock-knock joke.
In fifteenth-century Britain, people were banned from wearing buttons.
The fear of Friday the 13th is called Friggatriskaidekaphobia.
The Mayflower set sail from Devonshire, England, on this day—in 1957.
There is no need to be wary of Ides.
The word “Abracadabra” was originally used to cure malaria.
Post-it® notes were invented in church.
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