From cool animal facts to nature and location facts, these infographics reveal more about the interesting, bizarre and always entertaining world we live in.
The quality of the captioning leaves much to be desired. I’m pretty sure the one about birthdays is not grammatically correct. How did they manage to get the pipe (character cursor) in the images?
I suppose it would be nitpicking, but since I’m on a roll here, to say you have to turn on the microwave at some reasonable power lever and duration of time to get the grapes to explode, otherwise they don’t explode when you put them in there. It feels like the response should be something like a bowl of grapes in a microwave and a lolcat saying “Ur doing it wrong”
I’m convinced this is trollbait for anyone who has any interest in grammar or proof reading. I’d joke that it’s a communist plot (by all those english speaking Chinese I might add) to distract us from what we really need to be paying attention to, which is the proliferation of texting grammar (another communist plot I’ve been assured) but I suspect people would be offended by my besmirching of the communist parties good name or worse take the joke seriously. At which point this comment and likely the entire article would be censored in China. And I don’t want that on my concision, I want the author to able to read these comments, so no soviet-era nostalgia jokes. I am sorry.
I am vry thankful of the team who hav prepared these mindblowing facts.extraordinary!pleaz keep it up
Like it. . . .thnx authority
wow what’s a nice collection
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