20 Facts you need to know

Orgasms can lower a woman’s risk of heart disease,
stroke, breast cancer, and depression.
Ever have that annoying itch in your throat that makes
you want to gag and cough to get it out? Scratch your
ear it will go away!
The Malboro Man died of lung cancer. His last words
were “Take care of the children. Tobacco will kill you.
I’m living proof of it.”
Almost 70,000 thoughts hit the mind of an average
human every day.
People who remain calm in stressful situations tend to
have higher rates of depression and obesity.
When doing long assignments, set a 30 minute timer,
and race it. This will prevent you from procrastination.
When a person dies, their sense of hearing is the last to
go — Touch and sight are the first.
Life experience and the increase of our maturity level
causes us to outgrow certain people and relationships.
Smokers are twice as likely to develop lower back pain
as non-smokers.
90% of the people you’ve chosen to trust have actually
let you down in the end. This changes our perception of
future relationships.
Astronauts on the International Space Station can vote
in elections from orbit by secure email.
Rihanna’s song “Umbrella” was originally written for
Britney Spears.
Lack of exercise kills just as many people as smoking.
Sometimes you need to distance yourself from people.
If they care, they’ll notice. If they don’t, you know where
you stand with them.
People who procrastinate also tend to be more
George W. Bush, was the head cheerleader at Philips
Academy Boarding school in his higher school days.
Justin Timberlake was the voice behind the McDonald’s
phrase “I’m Lovin’ It” and he was paid $6 million for the
You’re not afraid to fall in love, you’re just afraid of
falling for the wrong person.
A fetus can feel their mother’s orgasm.
Tim Allen was a convicted drug dealer and spent 28
months in federal prison before becoming famous.


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