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Thursday, March 08, 2018

Facts You Didnt Know....

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* Polygamy is legal in Ghana.

* Believe it or not, Oman is a country where crime is almost non-existent.

* France is the world's most popular tourist destination.

* South Africa is now the only country in the world to have hosted the Soccer, Cricket and Rugby World Cup.

* Santa Claus is from Turkey.

* The national flower of Barbados is called the “Pride of Barbados.” The leaves of this flower, dipped in breast milk are given to crying babies to stop them from crying.

* It is against the law to carry live snails on a high-speed train in France without their own tickets.

* Many Irish family names start with "Mac" or "O'...", which means respectively "son of ..." and "grandson of ..." in Gaelic.

* South Africa has three capital cities – Cape Town (Legislative), Pretoria (Administrative) and Bloemfontein (Judicial). 

* In France you can marry a dead person.

* Ireland is a snake-free island.

* India has a spa just for elephants.

* The Taiwanese consider it rude to say "no." Instead they may say, "eh, maybe."

* Taxi fares in Djibouti increase 50% after sunset.

* Snakes and Ladders game originated from India.

* Pedophiles are considered sick people in Denmark that should be helped rather than punished.

* In Taiwan, white (instead of black) symbolizes death and is used at funerals. At weddings, red is a popular color because it symbolizes good luck.

* The Cambodian flag is the only flag in the world featuring a building.

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24 comments:

  1. Amazing facts ...I really find buying a ticket for a live snail very hilarious.

    Thanks Stella

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  2. Pedophiles are considered sick people in Denmark that should be helped rather than punished.

    Hian?

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    1. yes they are...even if sent to jail they should be properly rehabilitated

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  3. Wow. Educative. Bravo!

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  4. Nice facts.
    That snail better stay at home o.
    Why will I buy ticket for snail. Hian!!!

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  5. Fact 1. Ghana has 3 types of marriages. A. Marriage by ordinance, customary marriage and registry. Except for customary marriage, You can't marry two wives. Note customary marriage is done at home and not sign in court or church. That's what Muslims practice here in Ghana. I believe Muslims marry more than one in Nigeria to. So what's the difference?

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  6. Interesting and inspiring facts

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  7. The Japanese also consider it rude to say 'No'too. You say error ammm too

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  8. In Ondo they are busy killing elephants. Well elephants are part of Indian culture so I get why they have a spa just for them.

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  9. Wow! The facts are cool, though some are very funny and mysterious. How can you marry a dead person? It's crazy ...

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  10. Good one Stella, very educating.

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  11. In Taiwan, white (instead of black) symbolizes death and is the color at funerals. Kudos to the Taiwanese who truly figured it out. NMTA

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  12. In Taiwan, white (instead of black) symbolizes death and is the color at funerals. Kudos to the Taiwanese who truly figured it out. NMTA

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  13. Wow!! Very Interesting please I want to travel to IrelandđŸ˜€

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  14. That snail should be fried na, why buy a ticket for a life snail?? Hian! I used to think that South Africa has only 2 capitals, ive learnt something new

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