Do you love trivia games?  Finding out random bits of information?

Here are five random facts to help you get through your day, or that you can use to impress your friends - or not...

1.  The first Got Milk? TV commercial was directed by MICHAEL BAY.

Surprisingly, it's pretty good.  A history expert trys to answer the question who shot ALEXANDER HAMILTON in a famous duel, to win a RADIO CONTEST.  But he can't say AARON BURR because he's been eating peanut butter and needs milk.


2.  If you see something that looks like BUTTOCKS, there's an actual adjective to describe that:  Natiform.  Like, "Wow, those are two natiform mountains!"

3.  In 1893, a Congressman proposed a Constitutional amendment that would rename the country to the "United States of Earth."  Obviously, it didn't pass.

4.  40% of twins invent their own languages.

5.  BEA ARTHUR from the "Golden Girls" was once in the MARINES . . . she served as a TRUCK DRIVER.

(Foodbeast / Wiktionary / 11 Points / Huffington Post / The Smoking Gun)


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