1. Beaver College changed its name to Arcadia in 2001 in part because anti-porn filters blocked access to the school's website.
  2. In 1998, a Georgia student was suspended for wearing a Pepsi shirt to "Coke in Education Day."
  3. If your dog's feet smell like corn chips, you're not alone. The term "Frito Feet" was coined to describe the scent.
  4. The G-spot was nearly named the Whipple Tickle, after professor Beverly Whipple.
  5. Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins also wrote for Clarissa Explains It All.
  6. In 2006, an Australian man tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The price rose to $3,000 before eBay shut it down.
  7. Before Google launched Gmail, "G-Mail" was the name of a free email service offered by Garfield's website.
  8. PETA once asked the Pet Shop Boys to consider changing their name to Rescue Shelter Boys.
  9. The first sales pitch for the Nerf ball was “Nerf: You can’t hurt babies or old people!”
  10. Truman Show Delusion is a mental condition marked by a patient's belief that he or she is the star of an imaginary reality show.
  11. In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
  12. Homosexuality was still classified as an illness in Sweden in 1979. Swedes protested by calling in sick to work, claiming they felt gay.
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