How can offend old woman in Norway, losing her seat on the bus? Why China can not give flowers to the hostess? How smart bears are and when England killed the last wolf? This and much more – on our exciting collection. Here you can see the most different and amazing facts from around the world and from different eras. Tasty food for reflection before the weekend. Check out….
1. Norway is not accepted to give way to transport the elderly. It is believed that this is like you emphasize his physical superiority.
2. In the United States its decided not to pay for the woman in the restaurant. It is believed that these men emphasize their financial supremacy.
3. China has not taken to bring flowers hostess. It is believed that these guests emphasize, this house is so ugly that they bring with them decorations.
4. On the beaches of New Jersey topless male was banned until 1937, on the grounds that the people “do not want to see the gorillas on our beaches.”
5. The first artificial Christmas trees in Germany were made of dyed goose feathers.
6. Most of Santa’s reindeer are male names. But the males shed their antlers for Christmas, so most likely, or sleighs pulled female castrati.
7. Prior to 1870, one of the common ways to do the abortion was pulling healthy teeth. It was believed that the pain may contribute to spontaneous abortion.
8. In ancient Rome, some practiced cosmetic surgery. For Men to get rid of scars on the back – it was considered a shame, because otherwise you would have thought that the man turned his back during the fight to the enemy.
9. There are cases when the Bears brought in traps stones to snap when he calmly eat the bait.
10. Lance ceased to be an official weapon in the British Army in 1927.
11. Many sailors wore gold earrings to afford a decent burial in case of unexpected death.
12. In 1500, the last wolf was killed in England. In 1770 – in Ireland. In 1772 – in Denmark.
13. According to the laws of the British fleet, the burial at sea sewn into the body bag. Last stitch was necessarily pass through the lips of the deceased, to be sure that the person is really dead.