Okay, so we've all seen the bacon wallet and the bacon bra by now. And sure, you know about the bacon lip balm and the bacon soap, but what about these nine products? Are they real or did we make them up?
After more than 55 years in business, Disneyland has attracted more than 600 million guests from all over the world. You may have bought the tickets and been on the rides, but what do you know about the park itself?
Double Dare was the best possible game show for the Nickelodeon generation. Sure, there was some trivia in there, but for the most part it was just lots of whipped cream, slime and running around. How well do you remember the Nick game show and its physical challenges?
In New Jersey and Oregon, pumping your own gas is illegal. These states banned self-service out of fear that untrained consumers might light themselves on fire. The laws are surprisingly popular with citizens; any mention of their repeal has been met with fervent opposition.
The popular hip-shaking dance, the merengue, got its name from the whisking motion required to make meringue. Without all that mixing and stirring, meringue is nothing more than egg whites, sugar, and cream of tartar.
In the 1950s, Harper Lee moved to New York to become an author. Her 1960 novel To Kill a Mockingbird won a Pulitzer Prize, but aside from a few nonfiction magazine articles she's published since, she’s refused to write anything else—including a foreword for her lone novel.
DID YOU KNOW? Marlon Brando hated memorizing lines so much that he posted cue cards everywhere to help him get through scenes.
He even asked for lines to be written on an actress's posterior. (That request was denied.)