What is a little known fact that is at least mildly disturbing?

Mudassir Ali
Jan 29, 2020 04:27 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Jan 29, 2020 04:28 PM

All cruise ships have a functioning morgue aboard. Who knows, are they anticipating that you die will aboard? Are they going to kill you while aboard? Think about the conspiracy theories that this opens up.
Less than 5% of oceans have been explored by humans. Think about what could be deep down there! Or maybe it’s better that you don’t.
You’re 6.7% more times likely to die on your birthday than you are at any other time of the year. So much for a “happy” birthday, eh?
Ted Bundy used to work at a suicide hotline. Ponder this for a moment: The man who is widely known for being perhaps one of the worst serial killers worked at a suicide hotline. Makes you wonder what other seedy creatures work at important places.
The TSA didn’t catch 95% of guns and other paraphernalia going through airports during a government run experiment. If you guys pretty much suck at your job already, then why do I have to waste my money on travel sized toiletries? Since when did anyone sneak a bomb through three ounces of Pantene instead of two?
Toilet paper wipes out 27,000 pounds of timber a day. I never considered a bidet. . At least not until I saw this shocking statistic. This is kind of scary, honestly.
There used to be real human remains on Disneyland’s pirates of the Caribbean ride. I don’t think that any of us can argue with a realistic ride, but surely there are easier ways to recreate a realistic skeleton?
Crocodile poop used to be used as contraception. Thankfully now technology has advanced slightly. IUD’s, condoms, pills, patches, etc.>>>>crocodile poop.
Approximately 40,000 Americans are injured by toilets each year. Toilets, you 40,000 people! How dangerous can they be!
France was still executing people by guillotine when the first “Star Wars” movie came out. A New Hope came out in what. . . ‘77? *shudders*

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