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Monday, 30 August 2010

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Part #10: 'Factual Facts To Impress Your Date'

#10. Before George Washington became President, the last president in the land of America was 300 years earlier, called Hosteen Wahoo, leader of the Long Penis People!

#9. Because of mysterious dreams he had experienced all his life, Saddam Hussein used to tell his friends and family, "One day my neck will be a foot long!"

#8. Ironically enough, when Fats Domino was rescued from his house on the hill over New Orleans after Katrina, the place was named "Dingleberry Hill!"

#7. Before the invention of the shoe lace, people used to run around with their tongues hanging out, trying to concentrate on keeping them on their feet.

#6. Boot Hill outside of Dodge City was not named after all the cowboys who died there with their boots on. It was actually named after the first person to die and be buried there, Boot Masterson, grandfather of Bat Masterson.

#5. When George W. Bush co-owned the Texas Rangers baseball team, the most common word heard around the locker room was "Bush League!"

#4. In some college fraternity initiations, the new guys all stand naked under cold running water in the showers while everyone points & mocks their small penises.

#3. President Jimmy Carter has more freckles than all the other presidents of the United States put together!

#2. The Indian Squanto not only got the Native Americans and Pilgrims together for the first Thanksgiving dinner, he also showed the Pilgrims how to put yams, nuts and marshmallows together to make a dessert. The marshmallows came from the marshmallow bush, which the white man later ate to extinction.

#1. During a wild thunderstorm at St. Andrews, Scotland in 1922, golf balls the size of hail rained down for ten minutes!

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