15 WTF bizarre facts from everyday life

Everyday, we have at least one WTF moments, whether it is you hearing stories about how the queens and kings peed in the olden days or its you friend randomly puking on you shoe. But the following facts are the ultimate WTF moments that surpass any of the normal WTF moments one encounters daily.

 

Viagra dissolved in water can make cut flowers stand up straight for up to a week beyond their natural lifespan.

 

World’s most popular drink, Coca Cola was originally green.

 

It is possible to lead a cow up stairs but not down stairs.

 

There is a family with a genetic condition that makes their skin blue, who have been isolated in rural Kentucky for generations.

 

American Airlines saved a grand total of $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad served first class.

 

Women shoplift much more often than men – the ratio is 4 women to 1 man.

 

You are about 1 centimeter taller in the morning than in the evening

 

The University of Victoria offers a course in the science of Batman.

 

A British teenager changed his name in 2008 to Captain Fantastic Faster Than Superman Spiderman Batman Wolverine Hulk And The Flash Combined.

 

There is an island near Italy that was the site of wars. It has a dumping ground for plague victims, and an insane asylum. It’s considered so dangerously haunted that the Italian government does not allow public access.

 

A Korean man called Lee Jin-gyu fell in love with his large, huggable pillow and married it.

 

John Harvey Kellogg, the founder of Kellogg’s Cereals

began manufacturing corn cereals because he thought eating cereal for breakfast would curb people’s desire to masturbate.

 

In 2007, a Bosnian couple found out that they had been cheating on one another in online chatrooms. Bad luck at its best..or maybe not.

 

There’s a company in Switzerland called Algordanza that will turn your ashes into a diamond for your family.

U.S. eggs were illegal in England’s supermarkets as they were washed and U.K. eggs were illegal in America’s markets as they were unwashed.