"Today I Learned", often shortened as TIL, is an online expression typically used in the title of a post or thread when introducing an interesting fact or trivia that had been previously unknown to the poster, in a similar way to the phrase "did you know?".

Bored Panda already introduced you to the concept when we covered the "Today I Learned" subreddit with nearly 24 million members. But TIL posts are all over the Internet not just Reddit, so why stop there? This time, we put together a list of some of the best "Today I Learned" trivia gems we could find online, so get your notebooks out and enjoy.

#1

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TIL that in 1920, the town of Jackson, Wyoming elected an all-female town council by a margin of 2-1 over the men, drawing the most voters the town had ever seen. Known as the "pettycoat rulers," the women served for 3 years and did a great deal to clean up the notoriously lawless town.

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Francis
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2 months ago

this needs to be higher!

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#2

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TIL there’s a cemetery in the Netherlands consisting of 8,300 US veterans who died in WWII. For the past 70 years, Dutch families have come to the cemetery every Sunday to care for a grave they adopted. Hundreds of people are currently on a waiting list to become caretakers.

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Anne
Community Member
2 months ago

We are still grateful to those that gave all so we could be free.

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#3

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Rainbow Panda
Community Member
2 months ago

Adorable. 🐝

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#4

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TIL that in during WW2, an American bomber -*ye olde pub*- was nearly shot down. A German fighter gave chase and once in range, he noticed the dead and injured crew and the terror in the pilots face. He didn’t attack and escorted the plane. Both pilots survived the war and finally met in 1990

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Anton Kider
Community Member
2 months ago

Franz Stigler and Charlie Brown. They became good friends and passed away months apart in 2008.

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#5

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TIL Prairie dog language is complex. They don’t just have a call for “danger”: their calls differentiate human, hawk, domesticated dog, coyote etc. and specify size & color. One study found that they can communicate “Here comes the short human in the yellow” (vs the tall human in blue) to each other

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giovanna
Community Member
2 months ago

Omg

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#6

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TIL that Bill Murray once drove a taxi cab so that the cab driver could spend time playing saxophone in the backseat. The cab driver mentioned that he never had time to play his sax since he had to work 14 hours a day. Murray took the driver’s seat so that he could finally play some tunes.

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JessG
Community Member
2 months ago

This man is an absolute treasure

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#7

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TIL of Ken Allen, a Borneo orangutan in the San Diego Zoo who escaped his enclosure three times. He never acted aggressively towards anyone during his escapes, and generally wandered around the zoo looking at other animals.

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Joonscrab
Community Member
2 months ago

It hurts my heart to see so many animals just confined to a small patch of land for the entirety of their lives. Zoos deserve to be banned.

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#8

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Olof T
Community Member
2 months ago

Maybe squirrels are forgetful as survival strategy. They forget enough nuts to plant more trees which gives them... more nuts. If they where to efficient at gathering nuts they might wipe out the trees and thus themselves.

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#9

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TIL the founder of Hyundai was born to an impoverished family of peasants in what is now North Korea. In 1998, he sent 1001 cows to his hometown in North Korea as a repayment 1000 times over for a cow that he stole in the early 1930s to afford his train ticket to Seoul and escape from poverty.

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The Cute Cat
Community Member
2 months ago

That is sad.. People in his home village still suffer

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#10

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TIL That Aki Ra, a former Khmer Rouge child soldier has personally found and/or destroyed over 50,000 land mines. He now trains bomb experts, curates a mine museum, and advocates for demining and the victims of mines.

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Ceredwyn Ealanta
Community Member
2 months ago

A hero.

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#11

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TIL in the 1790s, an Oxford student introduced using guano (bird poop) as fertiliser. He spread guano across the university lawn, using it to spell G U A N O. The lawn was soon scrubbed, but when spring came, the word GUANO was clearly visible, growing higher and thicker than the rest of the grass

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JiminKimLip7
Community Member
2 months ago

That's genius!

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#12

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wandile dludlu
Community Member
2 months ago

I thought it was always weird to have a paper airplane for sent since those things never end up where you throw them

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#13

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TIL that elephants are tremendous distance swimmers. They can swim for up to six hours and 25 miles (48km). They are so buoyant that if they tire in the water, they can just rest by floating and will not sink. They can also use their trunk as a snorkel and dive.

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Bardhi's Dad
Community Member
2 months ago

Disney can make movie starting from this fact, I'm sure

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#14

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TIL in 1980 the FBI formed a fake company and attempted to bribe members of congress. Nearly 25% of those tested accepted the bribe, and were convicted.

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Ty Stratton-Quirk
Community Member
2 months ago

Wonder what the percentage would be today...

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#15

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TIL scientists used 2,000 year old seeds to regrow an extinct species of date tree. The tree long disappeared from the Judean desert but archeologists found seeds on digs. Surprisingly, the seeds worked and grew a male and female of the species. They hope to use them to produce biblical era dates.

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Joyce Melton
Community Member
2 months ago

Man, some people are really hard up for a date.

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#16

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TIL that in the Falklands, an abandoned minefield has accidentally become a penguin sanctuary. The mines were set in the Falklands conflict and have remained there since, keeping humans away. The local Magellanic penguins are too small to set them off and have thrived in the area.

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Nadine Bamberger
Community Member
2 months ago

The only time landmines have contributed something positive to the world.

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#17

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TIL The holes in honeycombs don't actually start out as hexagons. Bees create circular tubes staggered with one another. The heat formed by the activity of the bees softens the wax, which connects the gaps between the holes. Then the wax hardens into the the most energy efficient shape, the hexagon.

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Gareth Graham
Community Member
2 months ago

Hexagons are the Bestagons

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#18

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TIL that when Eli Wallach, who played "The Ugly" in "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly," arrived in Madrid to shoot the movie, all hotels were full. He ended up having to sleep in the same bed as Clint Eastwood and later often bragged that he was the only man who ever slept with Clint Eastwood.

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K.
Community Member
2 months ago

How many fanfiction writers thought of this scenario?

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#19

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TIL Not only do bats make high-pitched sounds for echolocation, many bat species also sing. A team of scientists that analyzed one species’ song translated it as a sequence that opens with a hello, then a gender identification, then some geographic information, & then a "let's talk" section.

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Joyce Melton
Community Member
2 months ago

Swipe right!

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#20

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TIL that the founder of Old Bay seafood seasoning founded his own company after being fired by McCormick after two days on the job after they found out he was Jewish

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Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

Chew on that, ya anti-Semitic douchebag!

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#21

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IlovemydogShilo
Community Member
2 months ago

There are a lot of things in Sponge Bob Square pants like this because Stephen Hillenburg creator of Sponge Bod was a Marine Biologist.

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#22

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TIL that Alan Alda met his wife of over 60 years at a dinner party when they were the only two guests who ate the rum cake after it fell on the kitchen floor.

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Dave P
Community Member
2 months ago

Always nice to hear about celebs in long term happy marriages, in fact good to hear about anyone who can be married that long happily.

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#23

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TIL Harry Houdini wanted to prevent people from copying his "Chinese water torture cell" trick, but didn't want to patent it, as that would require explaining how it works. So he gave a performance of the trick as a one-act play before an audience of one, and then filed for a copyright on the play

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Flowers
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2 months ago

Houdini was a brilliant man.

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#24

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Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

CAN'T. BE. UNSEEN.

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#25

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TIL The formal clothing of the Roman Citizen was the Toga. During Roman elections, those running for political office would rub their Toga with a dazzling white chalk to stand out. Called Toga Candida (pure-white) this clothing was the origin of the word "candidate".

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Norma
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2 months ago

Toga! Toga! Toga!!!

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#26

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TIL Chris Evans turned down the Captain America role multiple times because of Anxiety, fear of a 10-movie commitment and the public spotlight. He went to therapy before taking the role

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Ty Stratton-Quirk
Community Member
2 months ago

Chris Evans after therapy: "I could do this all day."

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#27

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TIL: 44% of adults have held on to their childhood teddies and dolls, and as many as 34% of adults still sleep with a soft toy every night

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Shelp
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm one of them

Eriu
Community Member
2 months ago

Same here, I sleep with We Bare Bears plushies :) 29 yo haha

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David K
Community Member
2 months ago

(Shyly raising my hand) Me too...

Cactuar Jon
Community Member
2 months ago

me too :D

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g90814
Community Member
2 months ago

My buddies... nearly 60 years old 3-amigos-5...88-png.jpg 3-amigos-5faf233165d88-png.jpg

Bama Belle
Community Member
2 months ago

Saw a couple on Oprah once. The husband was irritated that his wife slept with her old teddy bear, claimed she should be cuddling HIM and that it interfered with their sexy time. Surprisingly, Oprah and Dr. Phil agreed with the husband that it was weird and she should stop. I thought it was weird her husband was jealous of a toy.

Patricia Rix
Community Member
2 months ago

I always feel so bad for the teddy bears I see in Thrift stores, many of them like new, meaning they were never barfed on, cried on, washed, dried, in other words, never loved. And then abandoned.

Claudia Stieble
Community Member
2 months ago

yep, my elephant is now 53 years old and does not look too bad for his age.

Nadine Bamberger
Community Member
2 months ago

I gave my now 42 yo Bruno Bear to my niece and it makes me irrationally happy to know that she cuddles him every day.

rgr8
Community Member
2 months ago

I was planning on saving mine the rest of my life, when it disappeared on a trip. I was devastated.

Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

:'(

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Risky
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have my Snoopy from 42 years ago. He sits on my bed and makes me happy.

Marija Barcan
Community Member
2 months ago

I used to until I lost her two years ago. She travelled all over the world with me and never got lost and I had her for 35 years. I miss my bunny every day. She just vanished:(

glowworm2
Community Member
2 months ago

I am a 32 year old woman with tons of plushies in my bed--most are from my boyfriend.

Becca Gizmo the Squirrel
Community Member
2 months ago

Does an actual cat count?

Tina Hugh
Community Member
2 months ago

Kitty counts double

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Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have my cherished childhood rag doll. She lives on my bedside table because she's too fragile for cuddles. Instead, I sleep with a stuffed bunny I hand-sewed. If I'm away from home, I tend to hug the bedclothes while I sleep. It just seems to be one of those things.

JiminKimLip7
Community Member
2 months ago

Oop! I'm caught!

Francis
Community Member
2 months ago

jep! i do! my boyfriend hates it, but i just can't sleep without it

Blue of the yams (They/He)
Community Member
2 months ago

I still sleep with a little pink kitty blanket with a plush cat head. I treasure her.

Johnny
Community Member
2 months ago

I sleep with a stuffed animal dog toy most nights, but that's the dog's choice, not mine. He leaves his toy next to me.

Isabella
Community Member
2 months ago

35, married for 10, my husband is 4 years older. We collect plushies and yes, we have favs we sleep with :P

Annik
Community Member
2 months ago

I am one of them.

Cassie
Community Member
2 months ago

I had kept my stuffed tigers from childhood until they suffered damage in a move. I sleep with both my husband and a stuffed animal he gave me early in our marriage. I have found that it reduces shoulder pain by reducing the pull on my arm a bit when I sleep on my side.

Sasha Kuleshov
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have my big bear and my dog :D

Mimi777
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have my baby blanket but it just sat in a box in my closet for a long time. My boyfriend still has his favorite stuffed dog that he’s now given to our child (he just found it a couple weeks ago while going through old boxes.) Our 2 year old has a favorite blanket that she’s obsessed with. It’s cute.

Zulma Ruiz
Community Member
2 months ago

I had 2 quite big teddy bears until I was 34, when I moved to another country, I abandoned them, I had a lot of love for them, and a baby doll that t Somebody gave me at 8 years old, and I was embarrassed by my family for still keeping it , I gave it to my niece who loved it for years envying it because I did not lend it to her, for me it was not a toy, in less than a few months she ruined it, broken and drawn with markers

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2 months ago

This will be me TwT

Dee Stern
Community Member
2 months ago

Seventy-six years and counting with my stuffed panda, Andy. My family has been instructed that when the day comes, he goes with me.

Wes Wade
Community Member
2 months ago

Can confirm. I've got Stubby, my orca stuffie I've had since I was four, in a death grip every night.

Monika Soffronow
Community Member
2 months ago

This honestly surprised me. A lot!

Mommyofboth
Community Member
2 months ago

I have my stuffed bunny in a curio cabinet.

White Wolf
Community Member
2 months ago

A fox, a dog, a ladybug, a shark and Winnie-Pooh.

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
1 week ago

I don't know if I'd admit I still had/or slept with one of my old toys.

Lisa Shelton
Community Member
1 week ago

I have it but I don't sleep with it, my son does.

Stephanie de Blaauw
Community Member
1 week ago

I've got two drawers full still at my dad's house. Gonna be working on dividing into keep and give piles, to donate to children. The not beinggood at tossing things is something else I inherited from my dad :p

Kari Cowan
Community Member
1 week ago

My puppy is 48

Sam Cook
Community Member
2 months ago

I usually sleep imagining I'm holding my sister's puppy or any of my nieces and nephews so that I always feel warm and cozy with someone I love.

23AClark
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm not ashamed to say that I am one of them! In both categories!!! 😁

AzKhaleesi
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have my cabbage patch kid. Weird story.... His original name was Waylon and I hated it so I changed his name to like scott or something. YEARS later my Dad got re married and decided to have 3 more kids. My youngest brothers name? Waylon lol. So now he's back. But I don't sleep with him cuz he's old and naked, I lost his Navy suit a long time ago. hmm come to think of it my dad was in the Navy....weird. (grandma had bought him for me) BUT I DO sleep with the cutest little moose that I named Knuckle (yes pun intended) that hubby got me during a horrific back surgery I had last year during the holidays.

Nefeli Christogoula
Community Member
2 months ago

Yep, sounds about right.

elfin
Community Member
2 months ago

My soft toys have fangs. And go "Meow," more or less.

Marnie
Community Member
2 months ago

It's a substitute for sleeping with the baby, which is what most parents did much of their adult life for 200,000 years.

Jane W.
Community Member
2 months ago

I don't believe those stats, sorry.

Ané Henning
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm also one of them...

Polargiraffe
Community Member
2 months ago

This makes me feel less of a weirdo now! My bear sleeps next to me every night.

Patricia McDougall
Community Member
2 months ago

I know one of them!

Haley Sterne
Community Member
2 months ago

And they mocked me!

Masen Silas
Community Member
2 months ago

Me! At 30! I dont care, lol

Ronnie Beaton
Community Member
2 months ago

Guilty as charged. And I wouldn't have it any other way.

Danny Heath
Community Member
2 months ago

Whatever works!

Amy Gardina
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm 15 and I still sleep with mine!

frangee
Community Member
2 months ago

That's good to know. 😅

Shelli Aderman
Community Member
2 months ago

Mr. Bear is with me each night! 💕

AshFox
Community Member
2 months ago

Having something to hug and focus on has always greatly helped my sleep paralysis episodes.

Patty Leaton
Community Member
2 months ago

yip any item close to you counts

Roadkill The Brave
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have mine but I don't sleep with them, I never really slept when them as a kid. I tried but I'd wake up and they'd all be ninjitsued all over my room. As a kid I was so concerned about their 'saftey' that I moved them off the bed at night. Now they're in my closet but still loved.

Uma Devi
Community Member
2 months ago

i want one

Luisa Vasconcelos
Community Member
2 months ago

I had one, until my older Sohn adopted as his own.

Paula Carr
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have the plush pink elephant my aunt gave me when I was four (65 years ago!), but I don't sleep with it. I sleep with a (live) dog, and she'd chew it up if it was in the bed.

Denny Cwiek
Community Member
2 months ago

My ex and I used to poise our girl's stuffed animals and dolls in pornographic positions on our bed when the girls were out. We took turns to see who could surprise and shock the other the most.

Greg Gavin
Community Member
2 months ago

such an adorable culture

Dorrie Kimkaran
Community Member
2 months ago

I've had Gloria, a stuffed rabbit that I got for Easter when I was 3 years old. That would be 64 years since I just turned 67. She was named "Gloria" after Gloria Swanson-because the rabbit had beautiful felt eyelashes!! They are all rubbed off, now....but I still have her in storage :-).

Lilla Bence
Community Member
2 months ago

Instead of a stuffed one, I now sleep with a real animal - our little westie dog, and it's the most comforting thing ever.

James F. Wilson Jr.
Community Member
2 months ago

Ah Ha, So thats why my uncle sleeps with that large rubber doll at night.

Anouk Blauw
Community Member
2 months ago

I'm one of them :)

Courtney Christelle
Community Member
2 months ago

I feel less weird now, he's a small white dog named Gizzmo.

Fixin'Ta
Community Member
2 months ago

I still have the teddy bear I got on my first birthday over 50 years ago. But I can't sleep with her as all her foam-rubber innards are petrified and she's not very soft anymore. And she's also very delicate now, so I just keep her in a safe place. (Fun fact -- my childhood teddy and my husband's childhood teddy got married on the same day we did. A friend made wedding clothes for them and dressed them up for the reception, and we just declared them married. We still have them both.)

Bob Belcher
Community Member
2 months ago

Cough* no comment. My brother ripped the leg off of mine when I was a toddler. Now his back story is he lost his leg in the war. No one knows what war, just the war.

Catarina Pupillo
Community Member
2 months ago

That's me. I don't feel so silly.

Bill
Community Member
2 months ago

I replaced mine with a kitty

Tiny Dynamine
Community Member
2 months ago

* They're all female.

JessG
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2 months ago

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I’ve never understood this, sorry folks :)

Marlowe Fitzpatrik
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2 months ago

That's okay. Apparently, 54 % of humans are on your side with this. ;-)

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#28

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TIL wild orangutans use medicinal plants to sooth joint and muscle inflammation. The apes chew leaves of the Dracaena cantleyi plant to create a white lather, which they then rub onto their bodies. Local indigenous people also use the plant for the same purpose.

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Nadine Bamberger
Community Member
2 months ago

Please don't use anything containing palm oil, plantations are the main reason for the extinction of these amazing creatures.

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#29

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TIL the red stuff dropped from airplanes to put out forest fires also acts as a fertilizer.

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Krazy Kanuck
Community Member
2 months ago

https://www.kqed.org/science/1917448/after-wildfires-what-happens-to-fire-retardant-soaked-crops The retardant, called Phos-Chek, contains ammonium phosphate, a fertilizer. It also includes chemicals to regulate how the slurry drops, emulsifiers that render it gooey so it sticks to targets, and a coloring agent so air crews can track what they’ve dropped. For the most part, the ingredients are disclosed to Cal Fire by the Phos-Chekmanufacturer, ICL-Performance Products, LP. But the entire formula is not made public. George Matousek, an ICL chemist who helped formulate the retardant, said the precise recipe is a trade secret but “all products in Phos-Chek are food-grade or better.” The chemicals are mixed with water and are generally harmless to humans and most animals, according to the company. But retardants are known to be toxic to fish, so state and national fire-fighting agencies prohibit drops within 300 feet of water sources.

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TIL of Miguel Wattson, an electric eel from Tennessee with its own Twitter account. Whenever he discharges a large enough jolt, a tweet will be automatically send out to his account EelectricMiguel. Apart from sending tweets, he also helps power up Christmas trees at the aquarium.

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Joyce Melton
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2 months ago

Now you're just making stuff up!

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#31

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Daria Z
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2 months ago

Wow impressive! They knew how to make things that last back then.

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TIL in 1506, a 1000+ year old statue was unearthed. The main figure, Laocoön, was missing an arm. The pope commissioned a contest to find who would recreate the missing arm best. Michelangelo's version lost. In 1906 the original arm was found and in nearly the exact pose Michelangelo had sculpted.

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Beatrice Multhaupt
Community Member
2 months ago

It has been suggested that Michelangelo earned a living as an art forger before he became famous (Laocoön was found in the back yard of the art dealer who declared it an authentic antique). This would indeed explain how M. knew exactly where to position the arm.

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#33

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Joonscrab
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2 months ago

What a way to convert a horrible view into something that draws people into the cafe instead of just putting a solid wall to hide it! It's not stupid if it works!

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TIL in 2007, 33-year-old Steve Way weighed over 100kg, smoked 20 cigarettes a day & ate junk food regularly. In order to overcome lifestyle-related health issues, he started taking running seriously. In 2008, he ran the London Marathon in under 3 hours and, in 2014, he set the British 100 km record

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David K
Community Member
2 months ago

The best thing he could have done with his life. Bravo!

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#35

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Krazy Kanuck
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2 months ago

Shark casing is called a Purse

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#36

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GoodWolf
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2 months ago

Your butt doesn't get splashed with a toilet like that

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#37

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TIL - A man suffering from gastrointestinal distress in a Kansas Home Depot mens room provided a friendly warning to other bathroom goers by saying: “You need to get out of here because I’m fixin’ to blow it up.” Police were called on suspicion of a bomb threat. No charges were laid.

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Joonscrab
Community Member
2 months ago

BAHAHAHAHA - he at least gave a warning to others

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#38

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TIL The Tollund Man, who lived during the 4th Century BC, was so well preserved on discovery that that he was mistaken for a recent murder victim. His internal organs were intact; it was concluded that his last meal was porridge consisting of 40 kinds of seeds, eaten 12 to 24 hours before his death.

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Joyce Melton
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2 months ago

I've always heard that porridge was a meal that would stick to your ribs.

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Krazy Kanuck
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2 months ago

my Province of British Columbia is larger than California, Oregon, and Washington State.

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TIL that when future US President Lyndon B. Johnson was Senate majority leader, he instructed his staff to make his scotch and soda significantly weaker than his guest’s, so that he could keep a clearer head

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Sasy
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2 months ago

Also the reason for Bonds martini to be shaken not stirred, more shaking causes ice to melt watering down the drink.

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