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  • Queen Elizabeth II Used WWII Ration Coupons For Her Wedding Dress

    Queen Elizabeth II Used WWII Ration Coupons For Her Wedding Dress

    Given that Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022, it's always interesting to reflect on how things have changed in the 96 years since she was born. There are many different viewpoints, but here is what that has been proven to be true, like the fact that Queen Elizabeth II used WWII ration coupons for her wedding dress. The British Queen Elizabeth II exercised considerable wartime restraint while choosing her wedding outfit.

  • Pumpkin Spice Does Not Contain Any Pumpkin In It At All

    Pumpkin Spice Does Not Contain Any Pumpkin In It At All

    Traditionally, pumpkin has not been present at all in pumpkin spice flavorings. Of course, many who enjoy pumpkin spice have been made fun of for their "false flavor," even if there are many tastes that don't contain any actual food. For devotees of Starbucks, things began to change around 2015. Their pumpkin spice drinks did include pumpkin after all.

  • Twins Peak - More And More Twins Are Being Born Now Than Ever

    Twins Peak - More And More Twins Are Being Born Now Than Ever

    Twins peak at it highest nowadays. According to a recent study, twin births are increasing. Twin births are at an all-time high over the world. According to a recent study published in the journal Human Reproduction, humans are currently having more twins than at any other period in recorded history.

  • Firefighters Use "Wetter" Water That Can Put Out The Fire Sooner

    Firefighters Use "Wetter" Water That Can Put Out The Fire Sooner

    Water is moist, which ought to be one of those "duh" realities. But did you know that it is possible for it to be "wetter"? To extinguish flames, firefighters use "wetter" water. This entails enhancing water's capacity to extinguish fires by the use of synthetic chemicals.

  • Which Christmas Song Was Banned By Many American Radio Stations Last Year?

    Which Christmas Song Was Banned By Many American Radio Stations Last Year?

    Christmas is a holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus, despite the lack of evidence that he was born on December 25. This celebration is marked by giving and receiving gifts and singing a Christmas carol with your family. But which Christmas song was banned by many American radio stations last year?

  • Null Stern Hotels Aka 'Zero Star Hotels' In Switzerland

    Null Stern Hotels Aka 'Zero Star Hotels' In Switzerland

    Frank and Patrik Riklin, two artistic business brothers, created the concept hotel known as The Null Stern hotels. It operated from 2009 to 2010 for a single year before becoming a museum. Null Stern translates to "no stars." This is not to say that it is bad; just the contrary.

  • The Boneyard - The Graveyard To More Than 4K Aircrafts

    The Boneyard - The Graveyard To More Than 4K Aircrafts

    No doubt, you've heard of old elephants that stray off to die in a particular public location, sort of an elephant cemetery. Similar ideas apply in south central Tucson, the boneyard, the center of the Sonoran Desert, where obsolete planes repose in place of old pachyderms. Almost everyone in the aviation community is aware of the Air Force's "Boneyard," a 2,600-acre desert area in Arizona where thousands of retired military aircraft wait out their final days in silence.

  • NASA Artemis 1 Mission - Humanity's Return To The Moon

    NASA Artemis 1 Mission - Humanity's Return To The Moon

    In an effort to expedite its extraterrestrial exploration, NASA is getting ready to return humans to the moon. The NASA Artemis mission, the first group of US citizens to visit the moon since the final Apollo lunar mission in 1972, will take place, and it will feature a woman for the first time in space mission history.

  • The Canary Islands Is Not Named After "Canary Bird" But After Dogs

    The Canary Islands Is Not Named After "Canary Bird" But After Dogs

    The Canary Islands are a Spanish autonomous territory in the Atlantic Ocean, 62 miles or so from Morocco. These islands, which are referred to be the sunshine capital of Europe, are famed for their comfortable temperatures and abundance of breathtaking natural wonders. In reality, the archipelago contains four national parks, and five of its seven islands have been designated as Biosphere Reserves.

  • Thai Couple's Snail Dinner Made Them $28,000 Richer As They Found Melo Pearl In It

    Thai Couple's Snail Dinner Made Them $28,000 Richer As They Found Melo Pearl In It

    For a young Thai couple, winning the race wasn't so much about having the world at their disposal as it was about moving slowly and steadily after they discovered a valuable rare pearl inside a snail while eating seafood at a nearby BBQ restaurant. Thai couple's snail dinner made them 28,000 richer and that's how miracles work.

  • Tom Cruise Split From Wives At Age 33 - Scientology Or A Mere Coincidence

    Tom Cruise Split From Wives At Age 33 - Scientology Or A Mere Coincidence

    Tom Cruise split from wives at age of 33; strange, but true. There have always been rumors about Tom Cruise's marriages. He has been married three times thus far, but each of those marriages ended in divorce.

  • Monopoly World Champion Shares Tips And Tricks To Win The Game

    Monopoly World Champion Shares Tips And Tricks To Win The Game

    If you want to learn the key to winning at Monopoly, listen to the monopoly world champion gamer's advise. Many people don't know about this but Hasbro hosts the recognized Monopoly World Championship. Since the inaugural tournament was conducted in 1973, the intervals between them have generally gotten longer.

  • How To Make A Trip-Wire Alarm? 2 Best Methods

    How To Make A Trip-Wire Alarm? 2 Best Methods

    "How to make a trip-wire alarm" is the most asked question by kids and some young engineers. A tripwire is an electrical or mechanical device. It is typically utilized in weapons. They are sometimes used by soldiers to trip mines and to make enemies fall during combat.

  • What Does 222 Mean Spiritually? Is It A Good Omen Or Not?

    What Does 222 Mean Spiritually? Is It A Good Omen Or Not?

    If you believe in angel numbers, you might be wondering what does 222 mean spiritually. Why just 222? Because you have a feeling there is a connection between you and angel number 222.

  • 113 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Footprints Are Found After Severe Drought In Texas

    113 Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Footprints Are Found After Severe Drought In Texas

    The 113 million-year-old dinosaur footprints are found after a severe drought in a dried-up river bed in a park in Texas. You might have just heard something about these dinosaur footprints. But, here is a detailed look.

  • Electric Scooters With Swappable Batteries In Taiwan - A Great Initiative

    Electric Scooters With Swappable Batteries In Taiwan - A Great Initiative

    Electric scooters with swappable batteries in Taiwan have become immensely popular over the past few years. Gogoro has been growing quickly in other countries. Now, the Taiwanese company that makes electric scooters and batteries that can be changed has made a deal with Gojek to get into the Indonesian market.

  • What Are The Holes In Swiss Cheese Called? Let's Talk About Cheese

    What Are The Holes In Swiss Cheese Called? Let's Talk About Cheese

    Every single one of us has probably, at some point in our lives, wondered these questions: "Where do the holes in the cheese come from and what are the holes in Swiss cheese called?" Did you also ask your parents or maybe just search on the internet? If you notice some of the Swiss chess pieces, the holes are sometimes enormous and tiny round holes. To answer the question above, these unique openings are called "eyes" by the cheesemakers, not "holes."

  • Jelly Baby Ice Lollies Discontinued - Other Famous Items That Just Disappeared

    Jelly Baby Ice Lollies Discontinued - Other Famous Items That Just Disappeared

    You definitely remember the amazing taste of the wobbly jelly baby ice lollies but these jelly baby ice lollies discontinued for some unknown reason. Snacks from your youth have a way of taking you back in time. Perhaps it was a bowl of sugary cereal that instantly transported you to those carefree Saturday mornings spent watching cartoons.

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