10 things we didn't know last week

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1. Some Tinder users don't recognise serial killers and swipe right.

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2. For reading material while on an Antarctic expedition, Ernest Shackleton favoured a mix of encyclopedias, popular fiction, and, er, books about exploration.

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3. Some birds will revive each other when they get knocked out.

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4. UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove hates quiche.

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5. Hitler had an unusually small penis.

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6. There's a bracelet that can give you caffeine.

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7. At least 25 people still don't know the result of the US Superbowl.

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8. The record that got the Beatles signed has been in an attic for 50 years.

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9. Cambodia is able to spend £29,000 on a toilet for a princess that is never actually used.

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10. Vanilla yoghurt makes people happy.

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