At Out magazine, we love a fact. Useless trivia that manages to stay in your brain but causes you to not have enough room for your pin number is what wins a pub quiz after all. We’ve compiled a list of tremendous facts…memorise them because, an OUT pub quiz coming very soon and these will help:

- 3.9% of women around the world don’t wear underwear. Good on em

- When you’re 18 years old, you have on average 3200-3500 weekends left to live. A perfectly good reason to get out and about.

- A handy one for students; If you chew gum when revising, chew the same flavour when you take the test as it’s proven to help you remember things!

- Most people feel uncomfortable when the volume is not a number divisible by either 2 or 5 and no-one knows why

- IMDb is one of the oldest websites on the Internet, and began in 1990 as a “list of actresses with beautiful eyes”.

- The first mobile phones cost $3,300 each and had a battery life of about 20 minutes. So pretty much the same as an iPhone 5s then

- Eric Clapton and Jack Nicholson both grew up thinking their Grandmas were their mums and their mums were their sisters!

- In 2009, a man from Florida was arrested for downloading child pornography. In court, he blamed his cat for doing it!

- In 2005, a psychologist and an economist worked on teaching monkeys the concept and values of money. When they had a grasp of it, the first act witnessed were that of prostitution.

- Should it all kick off, South Korean war laws dictate that they won’t control their own army actions, instead they’ll let the US tell them what they should do.

- It is actually possible to die from a broken heart. It’s called Stress Cardiomyopathy

- The ‘2 Girls 1 Cup’ actresses earned $500 each for their efforts. Can’t help but think that seems a bit low, surely they could have negotiated royalties?

- Oculolinctus is the term for licking a partner’s eyeball during sex for extra arousal

- If you pronounce the names of products wrong whilst in an Apple store, the employees are not allowed to correct you.

- A pilot and his co-pilot always eat different in-flight meals to avoid food poisoning on long flights. The meal options on a flight are generally ones that have been picked by pilots previously.

- Japanese scientists have concluded that cats do recognise the sound of their owner’s voice; however, they have evolved to not care when called. Ignorant twats.

- The Hawthorne effect is the name given to the tendency people have to change their behaviour when they know they’re been watched.

- Having an orgasm at least three times a week reduces the likelihood of death from coronary heart disease by up to 50%. So ‘I’ve got a headache’ can’t be used as an excuse anymore!

- Salvador Dali would avoid paying bills in bars and restaurants by drawing on blank cheques. The drawing would then be too valuable to cash.

- In 1997, Yahoo turned down the offer to buy Google for $1million. Today, Google is worth about $200million!

- Mozart composed a song called “Leck mir den arsch fein recht schon sauber” which translates as “Lick my arse right, well and clean”.

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