35 Random (True) Facts That Most People Don’t Know… OUCH At #7.
Have you ever wondered about the strange sports of Finland, just exactly how many serial killers there were in the United States, or whether or not David Copperfield has had a successful, lucrative career?
Alright, so maybe you haven't wondered those things. After all, they are pretty random. But that's the fun of this list: We've got the answers for questions you didn't even know you had.
Below are 35 random facts that will keep you entertained, surprised, and smiling. Check them out and prepare to be amused: #15 is totally crazy.
#1. According to one study, people who work 11 hours (or more) each day are 67% percent more likely to have a heart attack. In other words, take some time off.
#2. 44% of the people who didn't evacuate for Hurricane Katrina stayed because they didn't want to abandon their pets.
#3. On average, New Yorkers spent 74 hours of their lives in traffic jams. That's just in 2014 alone.
#4. The Eiffel Tower was almost temporarily relocated to Canada in 1967.
#5. Google Maps also shows you life under some parts of the sea.
#6. 218 baby boys were named "Anakin" in the United States in 2014.
#7. The cost of college in the U.S. went up 500% from 1985 to 2013.
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