The chief translator of the European Parliament speaks 32 languages fluently.
Great Britain once had a Cones Hotline for people to report rogue traffic cones.
Doritos are flammable and can be used as kindling.
A Canadian woman who lost her wedding ring while gardening found it 13 years later growing on a carrot.
In 2006, someone tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The bid reached $3000 before the company shut it down.
The IKEA catalog is the most widely printed book in history.
A California woman tried to sue the makers of Cap’N’Crunch after she learned Crunch Berries were not real berries.
The most requested funeral song in England is “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” from Monty Python’s Life of Brian.
A hiker found and returned a wallet to its owner that was lost decades earlier.
Tap water in Manhattan isn’t considered Kosher due to the detection of tiny crustaceans.