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15 percent of adults have had sex at work.
It is common practice to define 'antique' as applying to objects at least 100 years old.
Drivers kill more deer than hunters.
Ferrari makes about 14 cars per day.
Hot rods became popular during World War II due to a shortage of new civilian automobiles.
Car airbags kill one person for every 22 they save.
The earliest bicycles from the 19th century lacked breaks.
The Bible was the first book produced on a printing press.
Brides traditionally wear veils because ancient Greeks and Romans believed that they protected from evil spirits.
Camping as a recreational activity became popular during the Romantic movement of the 1800s.
The first pair of Levi’s was sold around 1853 for $6 worth of gold dust.
Up until the 19th century, children were dressed as miniature adults.
Lacoste’s little embroidered crocodile was the first-ever designer logo.
The first miniskirt was unveiled by designer André Courreges in 1965. It ended a modest four inches above the knee.
Michael Jackson wanted to play Spider-Man in a movie, so he tried to buy Marvel comics in the ’90s.
The first vision aid ever invented was called a reading stone, and was created around 1000 AD for the far-sighted.
25% of all fair trade farmers and workers are women.
The first fashion magazine was published in Germany in 1586.
In some culture's, people would swallow pearls whole as a remedy for illness.
During the 1600s tulips were ranked as a commodity as important as precious metals.
Well preserved chairs and beds carved in precious wood have been found in the tombs of the pharaohs.
The Hanging Garden of Babylon was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
British Puritans (and some early American colonists) outlawed the giving of Christmas gifts.
Head shops have always served as hubs of counter culture, and have supported alternative newspapers since the 1960s. (We love you too, head shops!)
In the film The Godfather, the phrase "going to the mattresses" means to go to war.
Marlon Brando rode a Triumph motorcycle in 'The Wild One'
Archeological evidence suggests that music was known to the earliest homo sapiens.
The Buy Local movement represents a push-back against retail chains and big box stores.
Pets were first domesticated by the ancient Egyptians.
The earliest sound recordings were in the form of cylinders, not discs.
U.S. women own an average of 19 pairs of shoes.
The Geneva Convention requires POWs to have access to tobacco.
Two completely different products are both referred to as "E-Cigarettes."
Shopping for vintage clothes became fashionable during the '60s counterculture.
In many traditional cultures, wedding festivities last for three days.