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In English, a jill is a female ferret; to jill means female masturbation.

When Navajo babies laugh for the first time, they get a party. The food is paid for by whoever made the baby laugh.

The Republican Party is the only political party in U.S. history to win a Presidential Election without achieving a majority of the popular vote. As a result, three Republicans were elected President even though their main opponent received more votes.

More than half the world’s population has seen a James Bond film.

During the Second World War, the Führer oath that every party member, officer and soldier had to take contained the words “I swear in the name of almighty God, my loyalty to the Führer.” Also, the belt buckles of German soldiers were inscribed with ‘Gott mit uns’ (God on our side).

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  1. When Navajo babies laugh for the first time, they get a party. The food is paid for by whoever made the baby laugh.

    The Navajo are an interesting people. I lived for a short time on a Navajo reservation in Arizona. In their language, the majority of their nouns are descriptive, compound words – for example, their word for “dog,” translates into, “little animal that poops on the floor.”

    When you see a Navajo family driving to or from somewhere in a pickup truck, the man will be driving, and his wife and children may well be riding in the back of the truck. One could easily witness this, and feel empathy for the woman without realizing that the Navajo culture is a matriarchal one – the truck that the husband drives may well be the only thing he owns – the home, a hogan, is hers. She may well cook for him, if she so chooses, but she is under no obligation to do so, as the food that they bought at the store they may have just come from, is hers as well – he eats at her pleasure, so pleasing her should probably top his list.

    Navajo hogan

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