Here are a few useless trivia that you may never use in your entire life. Or maybe you could use them to break ice, or whatever! Bu just have fun! Okay?
The YKK on your zipper means Yoshida Kōgyō Kabushikikaisha
The YKK group, famous for its zipper product is a band of manufacturing companies that also offer fastening products, architectural and industrialproducts.
A Blue Whale’s heart is so big that a person could fit in its arteries
Aside from that, it weighs roughly 1300 pounds and could be detected from two miles away.
The combination of an exclamation and question mark is called “Interrobang”
An interrobang is a non-standard punctuation mark that is intended to combine the functions of both a question mark and an exclamation point. It is commonly used to expres disbelief.
Yawning and stretching at the same time is called “pandiculation”
Pandiculation is the act of yawning and stretching (as when first waking up).
The dot over a “j” and an “i” is called “tittle”
The metal part of an eraser is called “ferrule”
Actually, ferrule is a name given to objects used to fasten, join, seal or reinforce other objects. Commonly, the appear as circular rings made of metal.
The plastic end of your shoelaces is called “aglet”
Donald Duck‘s middle name is Fauntleroy
A group of ghosts is called “fright”
Pepsi got its name from Dyspepsia
When Pepsi was invented in 1893 by Caleb Bradham and was originally marketed as a cure for dyspepsia, a common form of indigestion. Pepsi also derives its name from the Greek pepis which means digestion.
No English Word rhymes with month, orange, silver, and purple.
Yawning can be contagious
There is a place in Newfoundland called “Dildo”
Hi. I was born in Dildo?
One Thousand is the first number to have an ‘a’ in its spelling.
One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, zero, hundred, thousand!
Maine is the only state with only one syllable
Alabama, Texas, Florida, California, Maryland, Maine.