It's time for another week of odd but amusing facts! You like to be entertained and, boy, these are entertaining. In case you haven't figured it out, number 4 will always be naughty.

1. The extinct Dodo bird got it's name from Dutch explorers. Loosely translated it means "fat ass."

2. A crocodile's digestive juices are so strong that they can dissolve a steel nail.

3. In the 80's, an Australian beer company had to change the shape of its bottles because a specific type of beetle kept trying to mate with them.

4. Male earwigs. . . those thin, inch-long insects with the long antenna and pincers have TWO sets of fully functioning genitalia!

5. In the 1999 movie "The Matrix". Neo's passport expires on September 11, 2001.

6. The first website in the U.S. was a page created by people at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.  It was posted in 1991 and featured info about the projects at their lab.

7. The only English word that ends with the letters "mt" is "dreamt."

8. Putting the cap back on the toothpaste tube encourages bacteria to grow.

9. THE "SILENT BUT DEADLY" RULE IS SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE.  Most of the gas you pass is just air you swallowed.  Those are the ones that are basically odorless. But the air bubbles are big, so they make a lot of noise. The digestion process creates hydrogen sulfide, which is what's responsible for the smell. The bubbles created during digestion are usually small, so they don't make much sound. But they stink. In other words, they're "silent but deadly."

You see why I ended it there right?

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