1. The Chupa Chups logo was designed by Salvador Dalí. The surrealist artist designed the logo in 1969    

  2. Ketchup was once sold as medicine. The condiment was prescribed and sold to people suffering with indigestion back in 1834.   

  3. The world’s longest walking distance is 14,000 miles. You can walk from Magadan in Russia to Cape Town in South Africa. It requires no flying or sailing – just bridges and open roads.   

  4. The moon has moonquakes. They happen due to tidal stresses connected to the distance between the moon and the Earth.   

  5. Humans are the only animals that blush. Apparently, we’re also the only animals that experience embarrassment, too. This is because it’s a complex emotion that involves understanding other people’s opinions.   

  6. All the clocks in Pulp Fiction are set to 4.20. Looks like we’re going to have to rewatch the film to find out.    

  7. Kim Kardashian has a ‘glam’ clause in her will. It states that if she’s ever in a position where she can’t get ready herself, can’t communicate, or she’s unconscious, someone has to make sure her hair, nails, and makeup are all perfect.   

  8. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain. This could be why the birds often run round in circles when trying to escape predators despite their fast running speed.  

  9. A jiffy is an actual unit of time. It’s 1/100th of a second.  
  10. You can’t hum if you hold your nose. Hands up if you just tried it!   

  11. Vatican City is the smallest country in the world. It’s 120 times smaller than the island of Manhattan. 

  12. Japan has over 200 flavours of Kit Kats. They’re exclusively created for different regions, cities, and seasons. There are some tasty-sounding ones like banana, blueberry cheesecake and Oreo ice cream, as well as some very questionable ones like baked potato, melon and cheese, wasabi, and vegetable juice.  
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