More Fun and Randomosity

I think everyone knows that Wikipedia was down yesterday, honestly I wouldn’t be sad if it had stayed offline but that’s besides the point.

The List of Funny Stuff to follow on Twitter yesterday was #FactsWithoutWikipedia 

This is a list of my favorites, in no particular order. 

  • Kenny G, Warren G and the Bee Gees are all cousins first removed #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • Mark Twain originally wrote an early draft of what would eventually become “Who’s The Boss?”#FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • Lightsabers are made from firefly residue. #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • Star Wars is based on a true story #factswithoutwikipedia
  • #FactsWithoutWikipedia SOPA is the Stop Online Pirates Act, which is to take down Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean MMO
  • #FactsWithoutWikipedia “Seal Team 6” is a circus act.
  • Mel Gibson and Jesus invented the Les Paul. #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • The Great Wall of China was built to keep the rabbits out. #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • The asassination of US President Abraham Lincoln by Adolph Hitler started the Korean War #factswithoutwikipedia
  • #FactsWithoutWikipedia LOL means Lots of Love
  • The current “Ricky Gervais” is the fifth person to hold that office since its inception in 1998. #factswithoutwikipedia
  • Before Sir Isaac Newton invented gravity in the 17th century, everything had to be nailed down. #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • A menstrual cycle has 5 wheels. That’s why it’s complicated. #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • Pluto is no longer a planet due to copyright claims from the Disney corporation #factswithoutWikipedia
  • Due to a lack of natural predators, Australians are born without wings. #factswithoutwikipedia
  • The speed of light is slower at night #FactsWithoutWikipedia
  • Unicorns taste like chicken that is why they died out during the great chicken plague of 1432 #factswithoutwikipedia

And, my absolute favorite from the whole list…

  • Harry Potter is a true story. JK Rowling was banned from the Wizarding World for releasing all of their secrets.

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