Have you ever wondered how rare your eye color is or who are the richest people in the world? If you did, then TikToker Casey Rosenberg has answered these questions for you. In fact, his whole page is dedicated to giving you even more facts about things that you didn’t even realize you wanted to know.

This TikToker with 2 million followers creates videos on all sorts of topics, ranging from facts about countries, to how rare are the features that you have. As Casey himself summed up what his content is all about in his bio: “Knowledge in 60 seconds.”

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#1

10 Amazing Cat Facts

10 Amazing Cat Facts

• Cats spend 70 percent of their lives sleeping.
• A cat named Stubbs was a mayor in Alaska for 20 years.
• Isaac Newton invented the cat door.
• The oldest cat lived to be 38.
• Cats can make over 100 vocalizations.
• Cats with more than 18 toes are called polydactyl.
• If a cat lays on their back, it means they trust you.
• Cats are most active at dawn and dusk.
• Cats sweat through their paws.
• Cats are 95.6 percent tiger.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

And that 30% percent awake is when YOU are sleeping of course😅😅😅😅😅

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Casey Rosenberg is a content creator from Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Recently he hit 2 million followers on TikTok and in celebration, he told his fans some facts about himself in the style of his usual videos. He is 26 years old and his birthday is on July 7, which makes him a Cancer.

A cute fact that he shared is that he has a cat and his name is Mr. Socks, who he plans to include in some of his videos. And finally, besides making videos, Casey loves going out and doing photography.

Bored Panda got in touch with Casey and he revealed to us that he also is “a recent law school graduate hoping to practice intellectual property law in the future.”

#2

10 Amazing Dog Facts

10 Amazing Dog Facts

• A dog’s sense of smell is 40 times better than a human’s.
• 45 percent of dogs sleep in their owner’s bed.
• All puppies are born deaf.
• A dog’s nose print is as unique as a human’s fingerprint.
• A Greyhound can beat a cheetah in a long distance race.
• The Saluki is the oldest dog breed.
• The Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed.
• Dogs get jealous when they see you playing with other pets.
• A Golden Retriever was a mayor in California.
• Newfoundland dogs have webbed paws.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

A friend's dog was always playful with me until i adopted a cat! First time i went to cuddle him after the adoption he bit me! I don't know if he was smelling the cat on me but he was very suspicious after that with me

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#3

3 Pet Facts

3 Pet Facts

1. Your cat talks to you. It’s been found that adult cats only meow at humans.
2. Your dog is smart. The average dog can understand 250 words and gestures.
3. Your bird loves to dance. Scientists have found that birds love listening to classical music.

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AzKhaleesi
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1 month ago

My birds love to dance and talk to me.

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Casey’s videos are really popular on TikTok and there are quite a few that have over a million views. The videos are short and concentrated, giving facts that don’t go too in depth, but are nevertheless interesting.

The content creator was always curious about the world and he told us, “I have always been the person at the dinner table to talk about trivia I learned earlier that day.” Also, he loves making videos, so it was just a matter of time until Casey combined his two interests and the popular videos were born.

#4

The Most Popular Dreams, According To Psychologists

The Most Popular Dreams, According To Psychologists

10. Being late
9. Moving is slow motion
8. Being lost
7. Having you teeth to fall out
6. Mortality
5. Flying
4. Being unprepared for a test
3. Being back in school
2. Being chased
1. Falling

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Jo Johannsen
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1 month ago

I think being caught naked in public should be on the list.

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#5

How To Get Rid Of Any Stain

How To Get Rid Of Any Stain

• Coffee stain? Use vinegar and warm water.
• Sweat? Use lemon juice.
• Wine? Use baking soda.
• Makeup? Use shaving cream.
• Ink? Use white toothpaste.
• And blood? Use vinegar and warm water.

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Ms.M.
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1 month ago

Hydrogen peroxide is also good for removing blood stains.

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One of his most popular videos is him telling 3 facts about the youngest child, which was watched 8.8 million times and liked by 1.7 million people. Another popular video on his account is ranking birthstones from cheapest to the most expensive and this video has 7.1 million views.

The first video on this account was posted on January 11, 2020 and it showed Casey’s weight loss progress. In the video description, he wrote that he lost 120 pounds (54 kilograms) in 2019 and it now has over 200k views. For a while he was posting content that was related to health, weight loss, tips, and motivation, but he didn’t stop there and eventually expanded to other topics. And started wearing those glasses that now are always present in his videos.

#6

How To Pick A Perfect Watermelon Every Time

How To Pick A Perfect Watermelon Every Time

Produce experts say there are 3 key things to look for when picking a watermelon:
1. Go for the gold. The spot on the watermelon is called the 'field spot.' The richer in gold color, the better.
2. Look at the stripes. The tripes should be even and contrast sharply.
3. Look at the shape. The more round the watermelon, the sweeter it will be.

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Mary Rose Kent
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1 month ago

No thumping? Everyone I know always thumps the watermelon and the hollow East one is the ripest.

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#7

Why We Get Déjà Vu?

Why We Get Déjà Vu?

Déjà vu has been described as a 'glitch in the matrix.' It’s the feeling that you’ve done something or seen something before. But is this proof that we’re living in a simulation? Scientists say, not so fast and believe it has to do with memory.
 
One leading theory is called 'split perception': your brain accidentally perceives an event twice, making it feel like you’ve been there before. Another theory is that your brain gets confused and tries to recall memories when processing the present.
 
Regardless, déjà vu is always strange.

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AzKhaleesi
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1 month ago

Ok but that doesn't explain why when I have it I can quote the other person before they even say something.

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#8

The Safest And Most Dangerous States: 2021 Edition

The Safest And Most Dangerous States: 2021 Edition

Starting with safest:
5. North Dakota
4. Connecticut
3. Iowa
2. Vermont
1. Based on violent crime, the safest is Maine.
 
For the most dangerous:
5. California
4. Tennessee
3. Nevada
2. Arkansas
1. The most dangerous state based on violent crime is Alaska.

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Jo Johannsen
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1 month ago

Until they said based on violent crime, I was thinking bears, glaciers, etc...

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Casey didn’t expect to grow the following that he has now. He started creating the videos as a hobby during the last semesters of his studies. So he feels really grateful for what he has achieved: “I have been very fortunate to have such an incredibly supportive community of viewers. Being able to positively impact someone's day has definitely made my life more special.”

He feels that his content on TikTok is closely tied to his interests and that it would be hard to get bored, so he doesn’t plan on stopping making videos soon. And because these videos are a reflection of him, also because creators always evolve, Casey says, “I do love photography and making skits with my friends, so it would be fun to eventually incorporate some of my other hobbies!”

#9

5 Affordable Countries To Visit: Asia Edition

5 Affordable Countries To Visit: Asia Edition

5. Thailand ($50-60 per day)
4. Indonesia ($40-50 per day)
3. Philippines ($35-50 per day)
2. Malaysia ($25-50 per day)
1. Vietnam ($25-35 per day)

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

I really want to go!!! They say it's really beautiful!

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#10

How Rare Is Your Birthday?

How Rare Is Your Birthday?

• The most common birth months are July, August, September.
• The rarest are January, February and March.
• The most common dates are September 9th, 10th, 12th, 17th and 19th.
• The rarest birthdays are January 1st, July 4th, November 25th, December 25th, and February 29th.

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salty
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1 month ago

March! Yay!

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How Rare Is Your Tongue?

How Rare Is Your Tongue?

• Only 67 percent of people can roll their 'r's.
• 60 percent of people can curl their tongues.
• Just 25 percent of people can fold their tongues.
• 14 percent of people can make a cloverleaf.
• Only 8 percent of people can touch their nose.

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Ms.M.
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1 month ago

3/5 here

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Now almost all Casey’s videos are just fact videos. There are so many of them that the TikToker started to categorize them and there are a few popular series like Life Hacks, which is self-explanatory, and About You, in which you get to know what your birth month flowers are or how rare your birthday is. He has created series for facts about music, food, anime, and many more.

Casey says that it is hard to choose his favorite series, so he pointed out which series he really enjoyed making and it’s the series about siblings. He is actually an only child, but “it is always fun to create content that family members can share with each other.”

If you’re wondering how he comes up with his video topics for facts, Casey revealed to us that a majority of them are a result of conversations with friends.

#12

Top 10 Pet Names Of 2021

Top 10 Pet Names Of 2021

10. Cooper
9. Chloe
8. Stella
7. Daisy
6. Lily
5. Buddy
4. Max
3. Charlie
2. Luna
1. Bella

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Ms.M.
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1 month ago

5. Budyy

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#13

People’s Weirdest Fears

People’s Weirdest Fears

• Lachanophobia is the fear of vegetables.
• Pedophobia is the fear of children.
• Podophobia is the fear of feet.
• Lutraphobia is the fear of otters.
• Turophobia is the fear of cheese.
• Nomophobia is the fear of being without your phone.

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Nikki Sevven
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1 month ago

So I'm a turophiliac?

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#14

How To Always Stop Brain Freeze

How To Always Stop Brain Freeze

Brain freezes are headaches that are caused by eating or drinking something too cold. The ‘freeze’ is from your body trying to maintain its core temperature. Researchers have found 2 hacks that stop brain freeze:
1. Try pressing your tongue or thumb to the roof of your mouth.
2. Try a sip of warm water.

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Jo Johannsen
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1 month ago

I always order a coffee when ordering a frozen type drink.

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Have you ever seen Casey on your for you page? Do you enjoy learning random useful and sometimes useless but interesting information? Let us know in the comments and upvote which of Casey’s facts you liked the most.

And if it's the first time seeing his face and you would like to see more, give a little look to his TikTok and Instagram accounts.

#15

What Is Your Foot Shape?

What Is Your Foot Shape?

• If your second toe is longer that your big toe, you have what’s called a Greek foot shape.
• Do your toes decrease in size equally? You have an Egyptian foot shape.
• If your first 3 toes are equal in length, you have a Roman foot shape.
• If you have a large big toe and the rest of your toes are equal, you have a German foot shape.
• If your first 2 toes are equal in length, you have a Celtic foot shape.

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Willem Hunse
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1 month ago

huh that's kind of cool

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#16

The 10 Easiest Languages To Learn

The 10 Easiest Languages To Learn

10. Romanian
9. Swedish
8. Afrikaans
7. German
6. Norwegian
5. Dutch
4. Portuguese
3. French
2. Italian
1. Spanish

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Rebel
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1 month ago

Dutch!?

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#17

How Rare Is Your Eye Color: 2021 Edition

How Rare Is Your Eye Color: 2021 Edition

• 74 percent of people have brown eyes.
• 10 percent of people have blue eyes.
• 5 percent of people have hazel eyes.
• 5 percent of people have amber eyes.
• 3 percent of people have grey eyes.
• 2 percent of people have green eyes.
• 1 percent of people have two different-colored eyes.

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Willem Hunse
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1 month ago

Hmm I have blue-grey how rare is that?

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#18

5 Of The World Smartest Animals

5 Of The World Smartest Animals

5. Rats. Rats are known for being extremely clever and have been studied for almost 200 years.
4. Pigeons. Pigeons have an excellent memory and can recognize themselves in a mirror.
3. Pigs. Pigs have high emotional intelligence and can understand basic symbols.
2. Dolphins. Dolphins can solve complex problems and teach others.
1. Chimpanzees. Chimpanzees can learn words and make their own tools.

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Aunt Messy
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1 month ago

Crows and ravens. Crows have aesthetic sense and make art.

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#19

10 Most Common Fears

10 Most Common Fears

10. Acrophobia, which is fear of heights.
9. Claustrophobia, which is feal of small spaces.
8. Aerophobia, which is feal of flying.
7. Social phobia, which is fear of social situations.
6. Trypanophobia, which is fear of needles.
5. Cynophobia, which is fear of dogs.
4. Mysophobia, which is fear of germs.
3. Ophidiophobia, which is fear of snakes.
2. Glossophobia, which is fear of public speaking.
1. Arachnophobia, which is fear of spiders.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

It's funny that as a Greek i don't need the explanation even for the ones i haven't heard before!

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#20

The 5 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

The 5 Most Expensive Dog Breeds

5. Azawakh ($9,500)
4. Tibetan Mastiff ($10,000)
3. Chow Chow ($11,000)
2. Löwchen ($12,000)
1. Samoyed ($14,000)

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Nikki Sevven
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1 month ago

Adopt mixed breed dogs from shelters instead. Not only does it cost less, but you're literally saving a dog's life.

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#21

Facts About Height

Facts About Height

• If you're a male under 5'1.5" [156 centimeters] or a female under 4'8.5" [143.5 centimeters], you’re in the shortest 1 percent.
• Tall people tend to have healthier hearts but also have a greater risk of cancer.
• Short people tend to live longer than tall people.
• Tall people tend to be leaders with the majority of CEOs being over 6 [183 centimeters] feet tall.
• Short people on the other hand tend to be funnier.
• If you're a male over 6'4" [193 centimeters] or a female over 5'10" [178 centimeters], you’re in the tallest 1 percent.
• Women report that their idea partner should be 5'11" [180 centimeters] while men want someone that’s 5'6" [168 centimeters].

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SF Angel
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1 month ago

It's hard to be in the tallest 1% of women. Finding pants in a retail store is a nightmare...

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#22

Things You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo

Things You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo

Almost 40 percent of American adults have at least one tattoo. But more tattoos mean a greater chance of infection. Tattoos become infected when they become contaminated and contamination can lead to amputation. The 2 main reasons for contamination are when the artist doesn’t wash their hands and wear gloves, and also the needles are not sterilized. This is why it’s so important to always get your tattoos done by a professional.

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ZombieGirl
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1 month ago

It is also very important that you take care of it when you leave the shop! Most infections happen once you leave the shop and don't listen to the artist's aftercare instructions!

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#23

The 10 Most Common Internet Passwords

The 10 Most Common Internet Passwords

10. abc123
9. 123123
8. iloveyou
7. 1234567
6. qwerty
5. 12345678
4. password
3. picture1
2. 123456789
1. 123456

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

The moment everyone will realise how common they are, they will be the safest passwords to have😅😅😅

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#24

How Rare Are Your Hands?

How Rare Are Your Hands?

• 95 percent of people can do the Vulcan salute.
• 65 percent of people have loop fingerprints.
• 46 percent of people don’t crack their knuckles.
• 30 percent of people have whorl fingerprints.
• 25 percent of people have a hitchhiker’s thumb.
• 20 percent of people are double-jointed.
• 10 percent of people are left-handed.
• 7 percent of people can palm a basketball.
• 5 percent of people have an arch fingerprint.
• And just 0.1 percent of people have more than 10 fingers.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

I could never do the signal with the three fingers from hunger games!!! It's impossible for me!

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#25

3 Ways To Sleep Better

3 Ways To Sleep Better

1. Stick to a sleep schedule. Having a routine reinforces your sleep-wake cycle.
2. Limit your naps. Any nap during the day that’s over 30 minutes can jeopardize a good night’s sleep.
3. Stop caffeine before bed. Having caffeine up to 6 hours before bed has been shown to significantly worsen sleep quality.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

Caffeine never seems to affect me but the phone before i sleep it sure does

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#26

Learning Body Language: Eyes Edition

Learning Body Language: Eyes Edition

• If someone’s pupils are dilated, it means they’re interested.
• If someone is blinking rapidly, it means they’re uncomfortable.
• If someone maintains eye contact, it means they care about what you’re saying.
• If someone is constantly looking away, it means they’re hiding their feelings.

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Vicky Z
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1 month ago

From medical tv shows i thought pupils dilated means dead

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The 10 Hardest Languages To Learn

The 10 Hardest Languages To Learn

10. Russian
9. Mongolian
8. Thai
7. Vietnamese
6. Hungarian
5. Korean
4. Cantonese
3. Mandarin
2. Arabic
1. Japanese

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Nikki Sevven
Community Member
1 month ago

Navajo should be #1.

LAP
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Yes it should. I lived on the Navajo Nation. My late husband was Navajo and even he wasn't a fluent speaker. I lived with his family and even though I was exposed to the Dine' language on a daily basis, I was never able to learn the language. I went on to live in Bosnia and South Korea and their respective languages were much easier to learn.Thinking about my time on the reservation makes me miss it in very much. Although it was extremely difficult at the time, I took it for granted and failed to appreciate the beauty of the culture and my man, of course.

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Elle Malkamäki
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1 month ago

Finnish should be way up there

Jenný Samúelsdóttir Herlufsen
Community Member
1 month ago

I agree. Finnish or/and Icelandic should have at least made the list.

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Doubleheader
Community Member
1 month ago

For real!? I think Japanese is actually pretty easy..? The vowels ALWAYS sound the same so it's hard to mispronounce words once you get into the momentum. I imagine it is because of the Kanji though. That is definitely the hardest part about it.

Rainy Day Wolf
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1 month ago

I totally abandoned it when the kanji were introduced... but yes, to speak and understand it's not that hard

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Adam Belaire
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1 month ago

Mandarin is far harder than Japanese. I think the only thing really hard to learn for Japanese (having studied it for a few years) is the written aspect. 46 Hiragana characters, 46 Katakana, and you need know at least 2,136 Kanji characters to function properly in Japan.

Monday
Community Member
1 month ago

Agreed. Mandarin is a lot harder than Japanese.

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Sue Grigg
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1 month ago

My mom is of Finnish heritage, tried to learn it and gave up, she swears it's the hardest language to learn.

Nanna Nobody
Community Member
1 month ago

Source?

Hermione
Community Member
1 month ago

The clicking language spoken in South Africa?

Diane Aguilar
Community Member
1 month ago

You mean Xhosa? Yeah, that seems pretty difficult unless you start learning it really young, which a lot of South African schoolchildren (regardless of race) have the opportunity to do.

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Helena
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1 month ago

I'm surprised Polish didn't make the list.

earringnut
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1 month ago

I'm surprised English didn't make the list.

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Jane Petersen
Community Member
1 month ago

Icelandic is not easy.

Nikki Angulo
Community Member
1 month ago

Arabic and Korean for sure, except learning to read Korean is not hard, it’s understanding the language that is.

maya P.K
Community Member
1 month ago

russian!!!

Ellie
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Actually it is easier for English speakers to learn Mandarin because of pinyin, which Cantonese does not have.

Ciara Stone
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm surprised American English isn't on this list, with all the silent letters, words that are spelled the same but mean different things, and words like there, their, and they're. Throw in contractions and slang that has morphed into our everyday language, sarcastic usages, bits of other languages that were interwoven into English, combined with the variety of accents across the country....I honestly think the people who have moved here from countries where English speaking is not common, yet have learned the language, are absolute geniuses. Meanwhile most Americans can only speak English... WTF.

Tabby_Sohee
Community Member
1 month ago

Believe me, as a speaker of English, Korean, and French, English is by far the easiest to learn - and yes, English is my second language although I was born in the US. XD the amount of terms in Korean would shock you - idioms are much more common, and each letter is made up of up to four half-letters. Also, there are much more specific terms for words in Asian languages - for example, in Korean, instead of saying great-aunt on my dad’s side, there is an actual word for that

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Kaori Panda
Community Member
1 month ago

Me, who is currently learning japanese

MrTir
Community Member
1 month ago

I watch a lot of anime so I was thinking of why not start learning Japanese because I have a ton of exposure. Now this is intimidating to know.

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Vicky Z
Community Member
1 month ago

It's funny that it's the languages spoken by the most people worldwide

Randy Klefbeck
Community Member
1 month ago

Again this goes back to what starting point in your linguistic background, i.e. what your original acquired language(s) are. I also don't see Gaelic, Cornish, Mung, or any Native N. America languages listed. Also language is culture. If you learn a certain language and yet are not brought up in the culture where it is originally spoken, you will never fully be immersed in all the nuance that the language implies, because there is no direct translatable correlation between some spoken words or phrases.

Randy Klefbeck
Community Member
1 month ago

No Basque either.

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Shawna Rachelle
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1 month ago

again.. where is English?

Dawn Adams
Community Member
1 month ago

Damn, I can't even talk in my sleep !

KC Lancaster
Community Member
1 month ago

It all depends on your language of origin, but these lists may be better if you add Basque and Xhosa: https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/the-hardest-languages-to-learn.html; https://www.languagedrops.com/blog/10-hardest-languages-to-learn; https://bestlifeonline.com/most-difficult-languages/

Autumn
Community Member
1 month ago

Well, who cares. I’m still gonna learn it one day.

Donna Johansen
Community Member
1 month ago

i thought English would be up there

Cydney Golden
Community Member
1 month ago

English should be on this list.

Meme Mai
Community Member
1 month ago

I think this kind of list is purely subjective. How difficult a language to learn is always depends on which language you speak as mother tongue (it's easier to learn a language which is close to your mother tongue), when you start to learn the language (children learn more quickly than adults), how often you interact with the language (you cannot master a language if you don't put it in use). Such misleading information will just discourage people from discovering something new and unconventional.

Catherine
Community Member
1 month ago

Ive studied both Arabic and French. By far I've found French to be more difficult. And yes I'm a native English speaker.

Zanti Du
Community Member
1 month ago

Go ahead, learn polish 😂

Zanti Du
Community Member
1 month ago

Go a head, learn polish 😂

Kno
Community Member
1 month ago

I don't think Japanese is hard to learn. Honesly, i'd say Icelandic. (Graduated foreign languages, Japanese-English)

Maria Schneider
Community Member
1 month ago

আমি মনে করি এটি আরও কঠিনআমি মনে করি এটি আরও কঠিন

Haron Walliander
Community Member
1 month ago

Hungarian but no Finnish?

Otto Nilo
Community Member
1 month ago

All of the languages mentioned above are having their own alphabets. That is why they are so difficult to learn. Because we are used to ABC and still have to recognized the other unique alphabets

Fish Boden
Community Member
1 month ago

Not just alphabets though. Some have hundreds of characters to memorise.

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Cybele Spanjaard
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1 month ago

Oh I did this above LOL with some differences of opinion.

V33333P
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm so glad I'm a Russian speaker. Cannot imagine having to learn that mess haha

Armand Lu
Community Member
1 month ago

japanese and korean are the easiest to learn if you already speak Chinese. it'll prob take only months to a year.

Jasmine Hufflepuff Henderson
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm learning Japanese and going to be taking Japanese in university

Nubis Knight
Community Member
1 month ago

Mandarin/Cantonese and every other language with different heights of tunes should be before Japanese.

Katherine Boag
Community Member
1 month ago

I imagine mandarin and cantonese are easy to learn if you already know the other

Brandy Grote
Community Member
1 month ago

Japanese was farrrr easier than Russian!

I'm lay sheep in China
Community Member
1 month ago

Any Slavic language is quite hard imo

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Lizzy innit
Community Member
1 month ago

I’m Arab and it’s actually not hard at all to learn arabci

Sergio Bicerra
Community Member
1 month ago

Russian isn't that hard, you just put -ski after every word and that's it! Just as spanish you just put an -o at the end. Source: El Barto.

Caroline Pe
Community Member
1 month ago

I think SKI is more polish than Russian

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Mary Rose Kent
Community Member
1 month ago

Thai is hard not only because of the five tones, which aren’t really all that challenging, but also vowel duration. Words that are transliterated with a double vowel needs to have that vowel held twice as long as the same-looking word transliterated with a single vowel.

bxttery_bxby
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1 month ago

English should def be number one. I can't even speak it fluently and it's my first language.

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#28

Things To Know Before Chewing Ice

Things To Know Before Chewing Ice

Lots of people love to chew on ice, but is it bad for our health? In moderation chewing ice is not something to lose sleep over.
 
However, if you are a compulsive ice chewer, you may have something to worry about. Eating too much ice per day can strip away your teeth’s enamel. If your enamel is destroyed there’s a greater chance of developing sensitivity issues as well as infections. You’ll be fine as long as you crunch in moderation.

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I'm lay sheep in China
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1 month ago

Anaemic people often Chew on Ice Cubes

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How Rare Are Your Teeth?

How Rare Are Your Teeth?

• 55 percent of people have naturally straight teeth.
• 50 percent of people are missing at least one tooth.
• 20 percent of people have a gap between their front teeth.
• 8 percent of people have never had a cavity.
• 1 percent of people no longer have their wisdom teeth.

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That_WeirdBunBun!
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1 month ago

8% so far!

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The Most Popular School Mascots

The Most Popular School Mascots

10. Falcons
9. knights
8. Cougars
7. Lions
6. Warriors
5. Wildcats
4. Panthers
3. Bulldogs
2. Tigers
1. Eagles

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Ben kim
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1 month ago (edited)

other schools: panthers, wildcats, tigers My school: A FRIGGIN HORSE

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