Apparently reading an actual newspaper isn’t as popular as it once was. What with the news being on tv or newspapers being online now. But we still read a paper. More than one actually. And we enjoy the random facts we learn in the newspapers every day. So here is the first roundup of fun facts from the paper. Enjoy!
Knuckle cracking is a harmless habit.
Sharing makeup, hair brushes, and silverware really is spreading germs.
People in New York and Chicago walk faster than in the suburbs or Europe so elevator companies have programmed elevator doors to close faster in those cities.
Cockroaches can live without their heads.
There are more germs on a steering wheel than a public toilet seat.
What newspapers do you read? And do you learn fun facts from your local paper?