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True Facts From Snoops #3080

Over 75% of people who like their dessert on a cone, prefer ice cream.

written by Bureau, 24 April 2014
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True Facts From Snoops #3079

300-pound Lester Bullfinch was the last to go down on the Titanic. He was still at the buffet and rescuers reported his last words to be, "This pudding tastes salty."

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True Facts From Snoops #3078

William Shakespeare always wanted to be a lawyer but failed the tests. Thus, he turned to writing plays. But even though he was very successful in writing, people always called him "The Barred".

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True Facts From Snoops #3077

One of the Smothers Brothers has died but they are still arguing over which one it is, plus which one their Mom loved best.

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True Facts From Snoops #3076

While Nelson Mandela was in prison all those years, he not only wrote a book, but also turned out over 35,000 potholders.

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True Facts From Snoops #3075

Scuba divers say that when you get down to the bottom of a river where the bottom-feeder live, you can actually hear the catfish purr!

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True Facts From Snoops #3074

Thomas Merton, the famous Monk Writer, is now said that one of the other monks helped write the books but was sworn by a vow of silence.

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True Facts From Snoops #3073

Word is that what really happened with Sir Isaac Newton was that a neighbor, John Apple, came over and hit him on the head with his fist for the dog poop on his yard again!

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True Facts From Snoops #3072

Time Magazines: 1962: Person of The Year: Jed Clampett! On receiving the recognition, he stated, "Well, Doggies!"

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True Facts From Snoops #3071

If you meet an Amish family in their bigger buggies and they are all blinking their eyes at you, be careful. There's a wreck or police officer straight ahead.

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True Facts From Snoops #3070

Shirley Temple's most irritating song? "The Good Ship Lollipop". Typical reaction at the time: "I'd like to slap her jaws! Kept me awake all night again. Stupid Lolli...song!"

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True Facts From Snoops #3069

Gandhi always ended his fasts with a bucket of KFC Extra Crispy and a chocolate milkshake.

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True Facts From Snoops #3068

A German Shepherd can smell fear. Also mailmen. So if you are a fearful mailman....."

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True Facts From Snoops #3067

The most shoplifted cat food? Shebas Whitefish and tuna pate in a can.

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True Facts From Snoops #3066

Due to a horse shortage during WWI, the Kentucky Derby was run on ostritches. The winner, Big Bird, peeked off trophy presenters right ear.

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True Facts From Snoops #1365

While reviewing old film clips, Wilt the Stilt Chamberlain may have had three arms thus disqualifying him from the record books.

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True Facts From Snoops #1364

The singer/songwriter/writer/artist Bob Dylan's real name is Robert Dylan.

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True Facts From Snoops #1363

The reason Andrew Jackson was called "Old Hickory" was because of his discipline of younger troops.

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True Facts From Snoops #1362

Kim Kardashian has had to purchase two seats on an airplane since 2010.

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True Facts From Snoops #1361

Anyone caught laughing when J. Edgar Hoover addressed his FBI agents were later found wearing cement shoes.

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True Facts From Snoops #1360

Few know that the role played by Marlon Brando in "Last Tango in Paris" was first offered to Bennett Cerf.

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True Facts From Snoops #1359

The most downloaded song of 2013? "Don't Take Your Guns to Town" by Johnny Cash!

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True Facts From Snoops #1358

In the U.S. most auto accidents happen within five miles of a WalMart.

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True Facts From Snoops #1357

The most asked question of Americans while on European Vacations? "Do you know the Griswolds?"

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