This Sunday’s NFC Championship game pits the two most opposite teams in the NFL against each other. Now, before all you stats gurus and fans of the new, high-scoring NFL start shouting about how these two offensive juggernauts are actually exactly the same, let us give you something to chew on that will make you think otherwise.
Did you know that Deadpool recovered it’s $58 million dollar budget in two days after being released?
It’s friday, so you’re probably hitting the bars tonight. Why not cram your brain with some facts so that you can make yourself seem like some sort of genius? There’s no denying that people love random facts after a couple of cocktails.
Your brain’s memory capacity will never fill up, because you have a storage capacity of somewhere around 2.5 petabytes. You’d have to leave the TV running continuously for 300 years to use up that storage.
What does swearing say about your brain? How does body language reveal our thoughts? These bits and pieces about psychology can help to better inform you on what people are really saying when they talk to you.
The Fourth of July wouldn’t be complete without a few awesome facts. Happy Fourth everyone!
The genesis of the cocktail known as the margarita is a hotly debated topic. The fresh and often-spicy libation became so popular that National Museum of American History acquired the world’s first frozen margarita machine, invented in 1971 by Dallas restaurateur Mariano Martinez. But how long ago did the margarita craze begin? Who actually invented it?