10 things we didn't know last week
1. British people are 16 times more likely to know the rules of Quidditch than of croquet.
2. It's easier to give birth in a small, dark, warm room with a midwife silently knitting.
3. Three-times F1 world champion Niki Lauda swapped his trophies for unlimited free car washes.
4. Playing Tetris for 12 minutes the day after a traumatic event can reduce flashbacks.
5. A typical bus passenger in a large city like London unknowingly travels alongside a distant relative on one in four journeys.
6. Music fans in Finland can get refunds from disappointing concerts.
7. A baby mouse exposed to the smell of cat urine will be much less likely to flee or show signs of fear later in life.
8. You can board an aeroplane carrying up to an ounce of marijuana at Portland International Airport as long as you are flying within the state of Oregon.
9. Taylor Swift asks photographers at her concerts to sign a contract stating that photos can only be published once and then deleted.
10. Many worker ants are lazy freeloaders.
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