20 Times People Online Shared Worthless Facts That Are Stuck In Their Head
Our brain stores lots of random information that will never be of any practical use. Even if we want to get rid of those worthless snippets of knowledge inside our heads, we can’t.
But we can share that random information on the internet just like people in the Bored Panda community did. When someone asked “What worthless bit of trivia or knowledge is forever stuck in our pandas’ heads?”, many people shared facts that they don’t find useful. But who knows, it might be actually useful for someone! So read on if you wish to fill your head with random information.
Squirrels don’t remember where they buried their acorns. They just bury so many that it’s easy to find one wherever they dig.
Without mucus your stomach would digest itself.
Pigs can actually run faster than people. As prey animals, they evolved to run away a lot.
Source: Lovin’ Life
Because of the rotation of the earth, an object can be thrown farther if it is thrown west.
Source: Peej Maybe
A proper one this time. Pineapple ‘eats’ you as you eat it. Pineapple contains a chemical called Bromelain that deconstructs (and will eventually dissolve) proteins, including human tissue. So if you’re wondering why it tingles on your tongue now you know (thankfully our stomach acid is strong enough to dissolve concrete so takes care of Mr Pineapple)
A city in California has the Goodyear Blimp as its official bird.
Gary Oldman is 13 days younger than Gary Numan.
Source: Gage Skidmore
Polar bears have black skin. Their fur is actually clear, not white, and each strand of fur is a hollow tube made of keratin (the same stuff as our fingernails) to trap heat and keep them warm.
Source: Lizzie Andricks
That wombats poop cubes. It has something to do with their intestines being really good at removing water and compacting waste and it comes out in cubes.
It’s possible to put a lightbulb inside your mouth, but you can’t get it out without breaking either the glass or your jaw. And no, I don’t know why.
The bits at the end of shoe laces (metal or plastic or whatever) that make it easier to lace up your shoes are called aglets.
Source: Captain Awesome
Australia is the only country which eats its National animals. And they’re delicious!
Source: Marilynn Berry
That DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. I’ve known it since the 4th grade. I’m 57
LEGO is the number producer of wheels in the entire world.
Source: James Sherman
Iceland is much less icy and much more green than Greenland.
Source: Dawn ;)))
A day on venus is longer than a year on venus
Teeth pop like popcorn when heated.
Finland is home to the most metal bands per capita, with around 53.5 metal bands per 100,000 people.
Cats have 38 muscles in each ear
Source: Madeleine Flowers
The word for thinking about your thinking is metacognition. It only comes in handy when you’re trying to impress teachers.