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Pat’s Random Facts


It’s time once again for my almost monthly tradition- Random Fact Thursday!  Useless information that only matters once you realize you weren’t aware of it.  For example:

[1] The first time “snowflake” was used in its current form to describe someone sensitive, fragile, and needing to be coddled was in “Fight Club”.

[2] The Beatles are the only artists that ever had five songs in the top five spots on the Billboard chart simultaneously.

On April 4, 1964, the top five were:  “Can’t Buy Me Love”“Twist and Shout”“She Loves You”“I Want to Hold Your Hand”, and “Please Please Me”.

[3] Guinness officially says their beer isn’t black, it’s a, quote, “dark ruby red.”

[4] Horses can’t breathe through their mouth, only through their nose.

[5] Rhode Island is the smallest state, but it technically has the longest name.  Its official name is the “State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.”

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