Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Grover Cleveland was a duck hunter. He named his gun "Death and Destruction."

In a recent visit to Singapore, William and Kate (the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge) revealed that if they could have a superpower it would be invisibility.

About 98% of the pot destroyed by the Drug Enforcement Agency each year is worthless as a drug because it's "ditchweed," a feral plant that contains little, if any, THC.

Neptune itself was observed prior to its discovery in 1846. Galileo observed Neptune in December 1612 and January 1613 in the course of his observations of Jupiter.

Elvis preferred Colgate toothpaste. As of 2003, Emeril Lagasse liked cinnamon-flavored Crest.

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