1. Pillsbury forced “The Great British Bake Off” to be called “The Great British Baking Show” in the U.S., because they own a trademark on the term “bake off.”
2. The first pregnancy tests were created in Egypt in 1350 B.C., where a woman would pee on wheat and barley seeds. If the barley grew, it meant a boy . . . wheat meant a girl . . . and neither meant she wasn’t pregnant. But it was less than 30% accurate.
3. Phoenix is the only state capital with a population over one million.
4. About 10% of all adult male robin deaths and 3% of the female deaths are caused by other robins attacking them.
5. Scientists have figured out that if the Kool-Aid Man was real, he WOULD have the force to break through a brick wall . . . but about one-third of his Kool-Aid would splash out in the process.