97% of Portugal’s territory is water.
Charlie Chaplin once entered a Charlie Chaplin Lookalike Contest and failed to make the finals, let alone win.
The British word for the toilet, loo, derives from the French guardez l’eau, meaning ‘watch out for the water’. This comes from the fact that, in medieval Europe, people simply threw the contents of their chamber pots out the window onto the streets. Before throwing the waste out the window, they would yell Guardez l’eau! The term guardez l’eau first came to English as gardy-loo and then shortened to loo, which eventually came to mean the lavatory itself.
The United States has paved enough roads to circle the Earth over 150 times.
Venezuelans spend a fifth of their income on personal grooming and beauty products. Over the past 24 years, the country has produced four Miss Universes, five Miss Worlds, and three Miss Internationals.
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