Ants and Human Strength
We all know ants are strong, and flying in the face of warnings, you’d still be hard pressed to measure up to these little guys. Ants can lift up to 50 times their own body weight. No matter how hard you work out, you’ll never be that strong!
Sneezing Too Hard
While sneezing is an impressive force, sometimes, it can be a bit too much. Be careful when you sneeze – sneezing too hard can actually cause you to fracture a rib.
We all hate them, but little did you know that an average person spends 6 months of their lifetime waiting for red lights to turn green. That’s time you’ll never get back, so try your hardest not to get stuck at any more red lights than you have to!
The Electric Chair
Not exactly something to brag about, but did you know that the electric chair was created by a dentist? It’s a gruesome truth, but it’s a fact nonetheless.
Gross, but true. Most dust particles in your house are made from dead skin. That’s why you’ll want to regularly vacuum and dust your house – you don’t want to be surrounded by old skin cells!
Your tongue is the strongest muscle in your body. It’s what helps you to eat, talk, clean yourself up and a whole lot more. It’s important that you take care of your tongue, so make sure you always brush it well.