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1 “OMG” usage can be traced back to 1917

A letter from Lord Fisher, a First Sea Lord during World War I, to Winston Churchill contains the earliest example of OMG (Oh My God).

Source: smithsonianmag.com

2 Some cats are actually allergic to humans

Allergic reactions to people are uncommon since we wash more regularly compared to other species. Also, we don't shed as much hair and dead skin. Cats however can have a bad reaction to us humans because of residue from perfume, soap or even laundry detergent.

Source: popsci.com

3 The majority of your brain is fat

The next time someone calls you a fat head, just tell them the human brain is nearly 60 per cent fat. Fatty acids are among the most crucial molecules that determine your brain's integrity and ability to perform.

Source: pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

4 In America, stop signs used to be yellow

Before the 1920s, stop signs didn't have a specific colour. Prior to bright red, traffic signs used to be yellow with black lettering. It's only in the mid-fifties that the stop sign was standardised as the red with white letters that we know today.

Source: businessinsider.com

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