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Anti-German sentiments during WW1 referred to hamburgers as "liberty sanwiches" because "hamburgers" sounded too German.
According to the 2013 beaver census, 36% of Canadian beavers still live in their parents dam basements.
Thanks to art endorsed by the Catholic Church, alot of Christians believe in things that aren't mentioned or contradict what is mentioned in the Bible. This includes Halos and Cherubs as winged babies
Marriage between men and women who have the same surname was considered as an incest and prohibited by law until 2005.
The entry song written by Sunstroke Project for Eurovision 2017 was the first entry to include a combination of classical violin, jazz, saxophone and vocals. This was stated by the actual group.
In Pre-Globalised Japan, it was common for women to be topless & on hot days for men to do farmwork half-naked. This changed Post-Globalization so the world didn't view Japan as Uncivilised Perverts.
The company Paradox is considering making a new Olsenbanden movie for the 50-year anniversary in 2019
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