Chiz's Cavalcade of Interesting Facts and Stuff That Is True
>Asphalt paving foremans have the highest paving job in America.
>Cryptozoology is the study of mythical creatures such as unicorns and giraffes.
From the Mongolian fable, The Man Who Thought a Giraffe Was His Dog.>The 'S' in Harry S Truman stands for Dave.
>'Philanthropist' is derived from the Latin word Phila, meaning 'flange', and the Mesopotamian word Nthropist, meaning 'ellipse'.
>Baked scrod is a dish native to Norway.
>Scrod was invented in Norway.
>Rick Moranis, formally Ricky Moranis, got a sex change operation so he could play the father in Honey, I Shrunk The Kids.
Pre-op photo.>Harrison Ford was originally cast for the role of Princess Leia, but George Lucas felt his eyelashes were too short.
>The human body produces enough saliva in a day to fill an Olympic-size swimming pool and an empty can of Canada Dry.
>The Titanic's hull was breached by an iceberg, but it was after hitting a wandering African sea elephant that the boat began to sink.
Not the actual elephant.>Breaking Bad is based off a true story.
>If you fold a piece of paper in half 4 times, it'll be tall enough to reach the moon.
>The Geico gecko is real, but his accent is fake.
Before voice-over>Earth, Wind & Fire's hit song "September" was originally called "February" before they came to the realization that no one wants to dance in February.
>Jennifer Lopez wasn't revelant until she starred in the Oscar-nominated movie Gigli.