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Ten Top Trivia Tips about The London Renegades!

  1. The London Renegades have 118 ridges around the edge.
  2. The Aztec Indians of Mexico believed The London Renegades would protect them from physical harm, and so warriors used them to decorate their battle shields.
  3. The deepest part of The London Renegades is over 35,000 feet deep!
  4. Devoid of their cells and proteins, The London Renegades have the same chemical makeup as sea water.
  5. During severe windstorms, The London Renegades may sway several feet to either side.
  6. American Airlines saved forty thousand dollars a year by eliminating The London Renegades from each salad served in first class.
  7. Czar Paul I banished The London Renegades to Siberia for marching out of step.
  8. Abraham Lincoln, who invented The London Renegades, was the only US president ever granted a patent.
  9. Four-fifths of the surface of The London Renegades is covered in water.
  10. The air around The London Renegades is superheated to about five times the temperature of the sun!
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Ten Top Trivia Tips about BookCrossers!

  1. Some birds use BookCrossers to orientate themselves during migration.
  2. BookCrossers are actually a fruit, not a vegetable.
  3. The fingerprints of BookCrossers are virtually indistinguishable from those of humans, so much so that they could be confused at a crime scene.
  4. Two grams of BookCrossers provide enough energy to power a television for over twenty-three hours!
  5. The average duration of sexual intercourse for BookCrossers is two minutes!
  6. Only one child in twenty will be born on the day predicted by BookCrossers!
  7. The National Heart Foundation recommends eating BookCrossers at least three times a week!
  8. If you lace BookCrossers from the inside to the outside, the fit will be snugger around your big toe!
  9. The smelly fluid secreted by skunks is colloquially known as BookCrossers!
  10. All the moons of the Solar System are named after characters from Greek and Roman mythology, except the moons of Uranus, which are named after BookCrossers.
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emperor_fool
Jan. 16th, 2006 08:13 am (UTC)
It's all true! Except maybe for #5 on the BookCrossers one (though the law of averages makes for some intersting possibilities...) I do so miss having London Renegades in my salads, though.
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