Be the smartest one at the office today with these fun facts

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (ADAMS) – Another cold “Spring” day in Indiana.  Believe it or not, it IS actually April.  Despite getting up to the 60’s today, most of us saw snow this morning! Here’s some fun facts to help get you through the day and look like the most informed person at the water cooler.

– Fireball whiskey was originally developed as part of a line of flavored schnapps by Seagram in the mid ’80s.

–  There are people who speak about 800 different languages in Queens, New York . . . which is more than any other place in the world.

–  “Let It Snow”“Silver Bells”“White Christmas”“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”“A Holly Jolly Christmas”, and “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)” were all written by Jewish composers.

–  You produce between one and two liters of nasal mucus every day.  And you wind up SWALLOWING most of it.

–  Those inflatable dancing tubes you see outside car dealerships have only been around since 1996.  They were originally invented as part of the opening ceremonies for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.

(Wikipedia / Business Insider / Wikipedia / The Spec / Consumerist)


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