3899 Mattoon Burger King-There’s a Burger King in the town of Mattoon, Illinois which actually opened before the giant chain and registered as a statewide trademark in 1959. The Burger King chain isn’t allowed to operate within 20 miles of the original restaurant.
3789 Silly String-Silly String is employed by militaries to reveal tripwires, as it will hang off them but doesn’t weigh enough to trip them.
2625 Deion Sanders-In the 1989 season, Deion Sanders became the only person in the history to score a home run in the MLB in the same week as scoring a touchdown in the NFL. He is also the only person to have ever participated in both a World Series and the Super Bowl.
Mary Toft managed to trick doctors into believing that she had given birth to rabbits. Mary did this by shoving the rabbits up her vagina before pushing them out and ‘birthing’ them.
There is no blue pigmentation in blue eyes. The eyes appear blue as a result of Rayleigh scattering, the same process that makes the sky appear blue.
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3794 Lord Byron-When he was a student at Trinity College, Lord Byron was so infuriated that pet dogs were banned that he acquired a tame bear. He argued that as bears weren’t specifically mentioned in their rules, there were no legal grounds for complaint. Lord Byron eventually won the argument.
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2852 Giraffes-When Julius Caesar discovered giraffes, he named them “Camelopards” since they reminded him both of camels and leopards.