In 1647, British Parliament announced Christmas was illegal and no one can celebrate the festival or they may be arrested, because the Puritan leader believed feasting and revelry on Jesus’ holy birthday was impropriety and immoral. This law ended in … Read more
Marlboro is a brand of cigarette, which was created by Philip Morris in 1924. There is a romantic version that “MARLBORO” is the abbreviation for “Men Always Remember Love Because Of Romance Only”, as a matter of fact Marlboro was … Read more
Approximately 90 % of people are right–handed. According to the biological research, it is because that in the early Stone Age people frequently fought with beasts, people had to protect their hearts with the left hand in the war, and … Read more
In the 16th century, people condemned to die were covered in Rose Tattoos, thus, if they escaped from the prison, they would be easily recognized. But Rose Tattoo is a symbol of passionate love now.
In the middle age, it … Read more
White chocolate differs from regular chocolate, there is no cocoa, people use cocoa butter instead of cocoa in making white chocolate. It first marketed in European, after World War II it was introduced in the United States by Swiss Hebert … Read more
Crooked Forest is located in Gryfino, Portland. There are about 400 oddly-shaped pine trees which grow with a strange degree in this forest. These pine trees were planted around 1930. How did this happen? Perhaps these trees received human physical … Read more
The famous The Birthday Song was created by two sisters Mildred Hill and Patty Hill in 1893, the original names of the song is Good Morning to You. In 1924, Robert · H · Coleman changed the words of … Read more
The custom of the birthday cake with burning candles comes from ancient Greece. They placed lots of lit candles on the cake which made it look like a bright moon, the cake was made to celebrate the moon goddess Artemis’ … Read more
Aspirin is an antipyretic analgesic with long history. It was invented by German chemist Hoffman on March 6, 1899, and then the Bayer Company in Germany started production. In the year 1918, Germany was defeated in WWI, Bayer was forced … Read more
Before 1950’s, ladies couldn’t accept the zipper of their trousers which was designed at the front as men, so the zippers were moved to the side, but in the rebellious 1950’s, Lee Cooper changed the zipper of women’s Jeans from … Read more
In 1954, uncountable rats attacked the Bombay city of India. The local government wanted to control the rat problem and prevented plague, so they began to accept rats instead of taxes, than people began to kill rats and used them … Read more
In 1895, the entire state of Ohio only had 2 cars registered and the two cars crashed into each other one day, which is the first recorded traffic accident.
How terrible the drivers were, I guess they must were sending … Read more
Nazi’s crime is not limited to carnage. Nazi wanted to take German gay as a part of “Master Race,” so they arrested more than 100,000 German gays and forced them to be “normal.”
Some gays were forced to do hard … Read more
Most Dutch believed their country could remain neutral during World War II and their defense budget was reduced repeatedly. When Germany army attacked, Dutch army sent their only one tank to the border which had sunk in the mud unfortunately.… Read more
Long long ago, people didn’t have internet, phone and big ship, even they didn’t know the existence of other lands, so it’s a coincidence that people have universal thought, or a connection?
Which do you prefer to believe?… Read more
The Lead Engineer of Philadelphia Waterworks, Frederick Graff Sr maybe invented the first pillar-type fire hydrant in 1801, why maybe? Because the Washington D.C patent office was burned in 1836 and his patent was destroyed, nothing can verify who invent … Read more