• There are no clocks in gambling play arena of casinos in Las Vegas!
  • According to Greek Mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate beings, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves.
    ~ Plato's The Symposium
  • Red roses are considered the flower of love because juggling the letters of the word 'rose' would result in 'EROS', who is the God of Love.
  • Most German schools do not have uniforms because it reminds Germans of the Nazi youth.
  • China owns all the Pandas in the world, any Panda outside of China is being leased.Upload to Facebook
    China owns all the Pandas in the world, any Panda outside of China is being leased.
  • The shortest war in history was between Zanzibar and England in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes.
  • The world's smallest time zone is only used by 200 people!
    A compromise between Western and Central time, unofficially known as Central Western Standard Time, is used in one area in the southeastern corner of Western Australia and one roadhouse in South Australia. The total population of that area is estimated at 200 people.
    This area did not change when South Australia introduced DST. During the Western Australian trial of DST from 2006 to 2009, this area also set it's clocks ahead one hour during summer.
  • The fear of remaining unmarried or marrying the wrong person is called 'anuptaphobia' and affects almost 50% of women.
  • An elderly Georgian woman looking for some quick cash dig to find old copper wires that she could sell for scrap.
    Little did she realise that the wire she was cutting was a wire that delivered internet to 90% of Armenia.
    The population of 3.2 million people, including journalists at all major news stations, sat twiddling their thumbs as they were left without internet services for 5 hours!
  • There are 10 such countries that have navies and yet are landlocked. They include Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Central African Republic, Kazakhstan, Laos, Paraguay and more. In Laos, for example, the navy protects the Mekong River. It operates two to three dozen patrol boats.