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52 Surprising But True Sex Facts | FactRetriever.com

Approximately 70% of men refuse to have sex during their girlfriend’s period. [18] The most successful X-rated movie in history is Deep Throat. [18] According to Pornhub, the kinkiest states are Wyoming, Alaska, Vermont, West Virginia, and Oregon.California, surprisingly, is the least kinky.

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52 Surprising But True Sex Facts | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (3 days ago) Approximately 70% of men refuse to have sex during their girlfriend’s period. [18] The most successful X-rated movie in history is Deep Throat. [18] According to Pornhub, the kinkiest states are Wyoming, Alaska, Vermont, West Virginia, and Oregon.California, surprisingly, is the least kinky.

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68 Fascinating Facts about Beer | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (6 days ago) Beer is the third-most popular drink on Earth, after water and tea. [17] Beer is by far the most popular alcoholic drink in the world. In 2016, people consumed nearly 50 billion gallons of beer worldwide.

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38 Mind-blowing Parenting Facts | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (14 days ago) One popular parenting trend is jewelry made out of human body parts, such as umbilical cord-stump pendant necklaces, rings made out of preserved breast milk, and lockets that hold children's baby teeth. [2] According to Greek tradition, parents should spit at a baby three times to ward off evil spirits, the evil eye, and bad luck.

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42 Interesting Television Series Facts | Fact Retriever

Posted: (5 days ago) The Mary Tyler Moore Show was a trailblazer in bringing feminist issues onto the small screen, depicting Moore as a single female striving to make it in a male-dominated workplace. [3] TNT spends roughly $9 million per episode on the crime drama The Alienist. [6] Looney Tunes was created in 1930, in direct competition with Mickey Mouse cartoons. A second series, Merrie Melodies, soon followed.

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104 Interesting and Fun Cat Facts | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (7 days ago) Cats are North America’s most popular pets: there are 73 million cats compared to 63 million dogs.Over 30% of households in North America own a cat. [9] According to Hebrew legend, Noah prayed to God for help protecting all the food he stored on the ark from being eaten by rats. In reply, God made the lion sneeze, and out popped a cat.

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90 Mind-Blowing Human Body Facts | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (3 days ago) An adult human body is made up of about 7 octillion atoms. [17] The fastest muscles in a human body are the ones that make the eyes blink. They can contract in less than one-hundredth of a second. In just one day, a person may blink their eyes over 11,500 times. [17] The word “muscle” is from the Latin word musculus, or “little mouse ...

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81 Shocking but True Pornography Facts | Fact Retriever

Posted: (3 days ago) One in five men, or 20%, admit to watching porn online at work.About 13% of women do. [7] Pornography addiction as a behavioral addiction that causes serious negative consequences of physical, mental, social, and/or financial well-being is hugely debated.

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100 Interesting Facts about World War II | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (3 days ago) Max Heiliger was the fictitious name the SS used to establish a bank account in which they deposited money, gold, and jewels taken from European Jews. [2] The longest battle of WWII was the Battle of the Atlantic, which lasted from 1939-1945.

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43 Essential Vietnam War Facts | FactRetriever.com

Posted: (6 days ago) The Vietnam War was a military conflict between North Vietnam and U.S.-aided South Vietnam from 1955–1975. The conflict has deep historical roots, most recently the First Indochina War between the communist North and the French-backed South, and the subsequent splitting of Vietnam into North and South.

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86 Surprising Greece Facts and History | FactRetriever

Posted: (3 days ago) The saying “taking the bull by its horns” comes from the Greek myth of Hercules saving Crete from a raging bull by seizing its horns. [5] According to Greek mythology, Athena and Poseidon agreed that whoever gave the city the best gift would become guardian over the city.

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