AskReaders: What’s a pointless fact you know?

April 12, 2018
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  1. ryus says:

    There were casualties during that 335 war, all those took place soon after the war was declared. Just becauca noone died since the fighting stopped does not mean that noone died during and because of that war. Unless ofcrouse you’re a middle aged woman without a brain

    1. Michael Glesige says:

      I don’t think the last sentence was necessary.

    2. Well Then says:

      The Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years’ War (Dutch: Driehonderdvijfendertigjarige Oorlog) was an alleged theoretical state of war between the Netherlands and the Isles of Scilly (located off the southwest coast of England). The truth of this war ever existing is disputed. It is said to have been extended by the lack of a peace treaty for 335 years without a single shot being fired, which would make it one of the world’s longest wars and a bloodless war. Despite the uncertain validity of the declaration of war, and thus uncertainty about whether or not a state of war ever actually existed in the first place, peace was finally declared in 1986, bringing an end to any hypothetical war that may have been legally considered to exist.

      Ryus..guess you should check the validity of your own brain first perchance.

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