Weird and Wacky World

Is That a Fact? (S1-E15)

April 29, 2021 JabberGuys Season 1 Episode 15
Weird and Wacky World
Is That a Fact? (S1-E15)
Show Notes

Is That a Fact? (S1-E15)

The JabberGuys explore some little-known facts in our weird and wacky world.

 Sloths or Dolphins?  Which can hold their breath longer?  Sloths, for up to 40 minutes.

Froot Loop flavours - are they all the same?  Yep.

Apples can be up to a year old in the supermarket… and they are coated with wax.

Lobsters taste with their feet.

How many hearts does an octopus have?  (3)    “My Octopus Teacher” documentary.

Before toilet paper, people used corn cobs.  What?

McDonald’s serves spaghetti in the Philippines… and the McArabia Chicken in Saudi.

Norse slang “taking an arrow in the knee” referred to getting married,  hence down on one knee to propose.

National Geographic predicts Redheads will be extinct by 2060.

Nazis and the D-IX formula … designed to make super soldiers.  

Penguins can filter salt water into fresh water.

Pineapples are a group of berries that have fused together.

A cloud can weigh more than a million pounds.

Shark teeth are scales and perpetually grow.

Wasps collect nectar for the queen and then get drunk on fermented fruit.

King Richard III’s remains are found under a parking lot in 2012 after his headstone went missing in the 1600s.

Platypuses don’t have nipples, they sweat milk for their pups.

Disney is the second largest purchaser of explosives in the world.

Founder of was dumped by his girlfriend who found someone else on

What killed the dinosaurs?  No one really knows.  Maybe aliens?

Just Do It” … supposedly inspired by murderer Gary Gilmore’s last words … “Let’s do it”

Napoleon and Hitler had what in common? … they each had only one testicle.

A pill that makes poop smell like chocolate???

A hospitalized Texan can verify that the armadillo’s armour is very tough… ‘almost’ bulletproof.

What does the Urban Dictionary say about the ‘Dutch Oven’?   
Cha enlightens us on the ‘Dirty Sanchez’.  (I’d rather not know)

Night vision goggles produce because humans can differentiate shades of green more than any other colour.

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