Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows

Flatworms can plunge their penises into their own heads to inject themselves with sperm and reproduce when there are no mates around.

Back in the Twenties, if a man was called a "cake-eating bimbo," that meant he was a macho ladies' man. Later, however, "cake-eater" became slang for homosexual.

People in total weigh more than 300 million tons. Large wild animals in total weigh not even 100 million tons.

Mathematicians say there's now a 73% chance that the entire universe is an artificial simulation – like a gigantic Dungeons and Dragons game, where, for instance, distant galaxies don't "exist" until we look in their direction. That would explain a lot of the mathematical discrepancies in measurements now being discovered in astrophysics.

Before 2009, Archers Way in the town of Conisbrough, Doncaster, England, was called Butt Hole Road.

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