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5 Totally Useless Facts That Are Too Entertaining for Words

This list of 5 totally useless facts is too entertaining for words. Some of these facts are so strange that they are hard to believe. Others are just plain funny. But all of them are totally useless. So enjoy reading and learning some new, interesting, and totally useless facts.

5 Totally Useless Facts That Are Too Entertaining for Words

1.No number from 1 to 999 includes the letter “a” in its word form.

According to lifelong math teacher Jonathan Garnett-Smith, there is no number from 1 to 999 that has the letter “a” in its word form, with the exception of those who reside in the United Kingdom where it is acceptable to write 101 as “one hundred and one.” Twenty, thirty, forty, fifty, and sixty are followed by one, two, three, four, five, and six. Even if you keep going, the first letter of the alphabet won’t be revealed until you reach “one thousand.”

2. Many oranges are actually green.

Despite the name leading us to believe that all oranges are orange in color, ripe oranges are frequently green because of the high level of chlorophyll. Oranges are always green in tropical regions like South America. However, because it is colder in the United States, oranges lose their chlorophyll and turn the color that is associated with their name. Additionally, imported fruit is either treated to ethylene gas or shocked with cold water in order to eliminate the chlorophyll because North American consumers are familiar to oranges that are truly orange.

3. Playing dance music can help ward off mosquitoes.

In the summer, playing EDM can be just what you need to frighten those annoying mosquitoes away. The Skrillex song “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” mixes “extremely high and very low frequencies” as well as “excessive loudness and constantly climbing pitch,” which deters the yellow fever mosquito from biting victims and mating, according to a 2019 study published in the journal Acta Topica.

4. Those metal studs on your jeans have a name and a purpose.

Check out the pockets on your jeans the next time you’re wearing them. Are those tiny metal studs on the corners visible? They serve a purpose; they’re not just there to give your pants a little more flair. According to Levi Strauss & Co., these rivets are positioned in certain locations to provide additional reinforcement where the denim is more susceptible to deteriorate and rip.

5. Cats can’t taste sweet things because of a genetic defect.

Cockroaches are infamous for their tenacity and are often pointed to as the most possible nuclear war refugees.

Due to their open circulatory system, and the fact that they breathe through little holes in each of their body segments, they are not dependent on the mouth or head to breathe.


The roach only dies because without a mouth, it cannot drink water and dies of thirst.


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