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    1 out of 10 Europeans have been conceived on an IKEA bed.


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    Coca-Cola is the number one-selling soft drink everywhere in the world except in Scotland (and the Middle East) where it's irn-bru.
    Unfortunately I don't think that's true for Scotland anymore.

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    LEGO are the largest tyre manufacturer in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geo_1875 View Post
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    I think you two are just making it up now.
    I admit I dont know/didnt know and mine was just a guess........I am genuinely interested in this subject as to how the world changed/evolved. Having religion be the answer to how things are here most of my childhood i love to read and make sense of how things happened from a scientific perspective as apposed to the some magical being in the sky .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geo_1875 View Post
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    I think you two are just making it up now.
    Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    1 out of 10 Europeans have been conceived on an IKEA bed.

    Which is remarkable considering I have never seen anyone ****ging an I am in Ikea regularly.
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    The first club to win the European cup in its present, big eared design was Celtic.


    Liverpool are the only British club to have a real European cup in their trophy cabinet. Everyone else has replicas.


    Tottenham wanted to wear their brand new, next seasons kit for the 1987 FA cup final against Coventry city. However, nobody noticed that there had been a printing mix-up until shortly before kick off, resulting in half of the players taking to the field with sponsors logos on their shirts while the other half wore blank tops. Holsten were not amused apparently...or were they amused at the publicity?
    You decide.

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    Hungarian Zoltan Czibor has an unusual claim to fame. He scored in both a World Cup Final (1954) and a European Cup Final (1961) but lost both games 3-2, both games were also played in the same stadium - the ****dorf Stadium in Berne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAllyMcleod View Post
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    Hungarian Zoltan Czibor has an unusual claim to fame. He scored in both a World Cup Final (1954) and a European Cup Final (1961) but lost both games 3-2, both games were also played in the same stadium - the ****dorf Stadium in Berne.
    Sorry S.A. Mcl. I have substituted the asterisks with all the swear words I know but still don't know the name of the stadium.

    s**tdorf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Sorry S.A. Mcl. I have substituted the asterisks with all the swear words I know but still don't know the name of the stadium.

    s**tdorf?
    Masturbationdorf.

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    Sorry S.A. Mcl. I have substituted the asterisks with all the swear words I know but still don't know the name of the stadium.

    s**tdorf?
    It's the w a n k d o r f stadium - I didn't put the * in - they appeared automatically

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAllyMcleod View Post
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    It's the w a n k d o r f stadium - I didn't put the * in - they appeared automatically
    What an unfortunate name.

    Mind you, it's not as bad as "Tynecastle".

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    There is a whale called the '52 Hz Whale' that omits a sound well outside the hearing range of other known whales.

    Nobody knows what species it is but its sound is spotted electronically every year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig_HFC View Post
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    LEGO are the largest tyre manufacturer in the world.
    Brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAllyMcleod View Post
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    Hungarian Zoltan Czibor has an unusual claim to fame. He scored in both a World Cup Final (1954) and a European Cup Final (1961) but lost both games 3-2, both games were also played in the same stadium - the ****dorf Stadium in Berne.
    I was there when Scotland drew 2-2 with Switzerland. An unfortunate stadium name for Young Boys of Berne to play in.

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    Glenn Campbell played the guitar intro on Frank & Nancy Sinatra's hit "Something Stupid"

    Rod Stewart played the moothie on Millie's no. 1 hit "My Boy Lollipop"

    John & Paul played all the instruments on "The Ballad of John & Yoko" (George & Ringo were on holiday at the time of the recording).

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    When the Stone Roses launched into the offices of FM Revolver with tins of paint in protest at the unauthorised reissue of 'Sally Cinnamon' they caused 23,000 worth of damage.

    Less talk, more gifs. 21.05.16

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    There have been 15 leap minutes (61 seconds long) since 1980.
    Space to let

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    There have been 15 leap minutes (61 seconds long) since 1980.
    My girlfriend doesn't know about this and doesn't believe me when I explain she's wrong for thinking I'm 15 minutes late for everything.

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    The word "assassin" is derived from the word "hash" (the drug).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future17 View Post
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    My girlfriend doesn't know about this and doesn't believe me when I explain she's wrong for thinking I'm 15 minutes late for everything.
    15 seconds, the minutes were already there :-)

    So where were you and what were you up to for 14 minutes and 45 seconds?
    Space to let

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    15 seconds, the minutes were already there :-)

    So where were you and what were you up to for 14 minutes and 45 seconds?
    Ha ha! I knew I was going to get this wrong! It took me long enough to work out if I would be 15 minutes late or 15 minutes early. Turns out it's neither!

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    Some Cafes in Los Angeles have servers in bikinis.

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    Some Cafes in Los Angeles have servers in bikinis.
    In what way is this a "useless" piece of information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAllyMcleod View Post
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    In what way is this a "useless" piece of information?
    Agreed, that's vital knowledge that should be shared, preferably with pictures

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    The golf course in the middle of Musselburgh racecourse is the oldest surviving golf course in the world.

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    The stone memorial at the Alamo was sculpted by a man from Musselburgh.
    The Romans didn't build the Roman Bridge at Musselburgh.
    In 1547 we lost 6000-0 to the English at the Battle of Pinkie (Musselburgh)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAllyMcleod View Post
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    In what way is this a "useless" piece of information?
    I am not able to share where such cafes are specifically.

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    Using GPS systems sea level varies around the world by some 200 meters.


    Edit: This information will be useful if you intend flying a sea plane, or rather landing it, using only GPS data :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    The golf course in the middle of Musselburgh racecourse is the oldest surviving golf course in the world.
    Sorry to kill the Mussleburgh vibe but does that title not belong to Bruntsfield Links?

    Royal Burgess also have some claim if I remember correctly.

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