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I knew it...

Posted on Sep 26, 2017

A duck's quack doesn't echo, and no one knows why.

Janelle Priego

In Calama, a town in the Atacama Desert of Chili, it has never rained.

Lia 19

There is about one quarter-pound of salt in every gallon of seawater.

Anna Lynn Cruz

The bark of the redwood tree is fireproof. Fires in redwood forests take place inside the trees.

Bella Cole

Paper can be made from asparagus.

Ally Ryan

There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos.

Julia Parton

Brontology is the study of thunder.

Martina Warren

The name of the ornament atop the hood of every Rolls Royce car is called the Spirit of Ecstasy.

Gina B

The average person walks the equivalent of twice around the world in a lifetime.

Lindsey Lee

The plant life in the ocean makes up 85 percent of all the greenery on the Earth.

Linda

I knew it...

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5 Member Comments

dudeski over 1 year ago
Thanks I found Jannelle Priego - worth the effort, another DD hidden gem.
dudeski over 1 year ago
Excellent post, I went back to discover the marvelous photo works and models. Good stuff. I looked ariund model search and could not find Janelle Priego posts for whatever reason.
ricky62 over 1 year ago
Appreciate the intellectual entertainment. More importantly however, PLEASE "hyperlink" the model's names for direct access to their page!
coniow over 1 year ago
Someone has been beaten at Trivial Pursuit one too many times. . . . . . . ? Ship's toilets are known as 'the Heads' as in sailing ships the they were holes in a board on either side of the bow-sprit (the bit that sticks way-out in front, ie: at the Head of the ship :-), so the bow-wave could wash everything clean. (Probably also the officers at the other end of the ship did not want dung flying past their quarters, LOL). Now you know why I always lose at Trivial Pursuit: I know all the right answers, but to the wrong questions!

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