Just A Few I Didn't Know..~ Leonardo da Vinci had a form of dyslexia, which caused the artist and inventor to often write backwards.
~You consume 1/10 of a calorie everytime you lick a stamp.
~ In the United Kingdom, Jaws is the most common name for pet goldfish.
~ Butterflies taste with their feet!
~ Scrabble was originally named "Criss Cross Words" by the game's inventor Alfred Butts.
~ Thomas Edison, the inventor of the light bulb, was afraid of the dark. Perhaps fear really can drive success!
~ The first person to utter the word "hell" on American television was actor William Shatner in his role for the original "Star Trek" series. In the episode "The City on the Edge of Forever", Shatner says, "... let's get the hell out of here!"
~ The average dream lasts only two to three seconds. You think you've dreamed an epic saga of a zombie chase? You weren't chasing them for longer than three seconds.
~ Camels have three eyelids,
~ The dog that played Toto in "The Wizard of Oz" was payed $125 per week for his work while Judy Garland, who played Dorothy, earned $500 per week.
~ Cows only sleep for three hours a day.
~ Four different individuals played the role of Darth Vader in the original Star Wars films. Bodybuilder David Prowse wore the large costume while stunt performer Bob Anderson portrayed Darth Vader during lightsaber fight scenes. Sebastian Shaw played Darth Vader unmasked and James Earl Jones provided the voice. Supposedly another person provided the signature breathing.