“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


April is drawing to a close, but not before another selection of fabulous fasab facts.

Here’s the latest random bunch to improve your knowledge.

Hope you enjoy.


did you know1


There are more possible iterations of a game of chess

than there are atoms in the known universe.




Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs sacrificed money

and stayed in college four extra years

instead of going directly to the NBA

because in her last days his dying mother made

him promise to graduate college with a degree.

(Good on you Tim!)




England’s King George I

was actually German.

King George I



A study conducted by Swiss University

showed that stockbrokers

are more reckless and manipulative

than diagnosed psychopaths.




In his youth, Andrew Johnson apprenticed as a tailor.

Even as president, he never stopped making his own suits.

Andrew Johnson



There is a point in the middle of Chile’s Atacama Desert

where rain has never been recorded.

Scientists call this region “absolute desert”.




Lord Byron kept a pet bear

in his college dorm room.

Lord Byron



If you eat a polar bear liver, you will die.

Humans can’t handle that much vitamin A.

polar bear



Dead people can get goosebumps.




Kim Jong Il wrote six operas.

Kim Jong Il



Our eyes are always the same size from birth,

but our nose and ears never stop growing.




The top layer of a wedding cake,

known as the groom’s cake,

traditionally is a fruit cake.

That way it will save until the first anniversary.

top layer of a wedding cake



Princeton researchers successfully turned a live cat

into a functioning telephone in 1929.

cat telephone



The ship, the Queen Elizabeth 2,

should always be written as QE2.

QEII is the actual Queen.




If you do not have a child,

you will be the first in your direct lineage,

all the way back to beginnings of human history,

to do so (or not, as the case may be!)

having a child




  1. aFrankAngle says:

    The president is part Ferengi!

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