Snow Troopers https://t.co/eZUkhR9JrX
Researchers believe this is because smoking inhibits blood flow, preventing the penis from stretching, which might reduce penis length.
On #ThisDayInHistory in 1952, King George VI “of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions beyond the seas” died. He was an important symbolic leader for the British people during World War II. His daughter, Queen Elizabeth II, succeeded the throne.
Alan Turing once invested what would now be £14,000 in silver bullion, which he buried at Bletchley Park for safekeeping. After the metal increased in value by 80%, he went to dig it up, only to realise he’d forgotten where he’d put it.
When Oscar Wilde was imprisoned in 1895, he hadn’t finished paying for a hat. In 2000, a fan sent the shop the outstanding £3.30. (Image: US Library of Congress) https://t.co/Ky2bJ1fkBM
The screenplay for the fifth Bond film, You Only Live Twice, was written by Roald Dahl. https://t.co/LOC7KiacB8
Cloverleaf tongue, the ability to fold the tongue in a leafed ‘trefoil’ shape, is one of the rarest tongue-rolling abilities. (Image: Manarh, CC BY 2.0) https://t.co/gsEYKAc4BK
Over the course of the Apollo space missions, an estimated 96 bags of human excrement and vomit have been left behind on the Moon.
A 2008 study found fewer people dream in black and white since the introduction of colour TV.
Word of the Day: CAMELOPARD (obsolete) - a giraffe