10 things we didn't know last week
1. Paul McCartney used to get his girlfriend's mother to comb his leg hair.
2. The oldest world title in sport is for real tennis and it dates back to 1740.
3. The world's most dangerous school run may be in south-western China, where children have to climb down an 800m cliff.
4. The Mongol army probably gave up invading Europe in the 13th Century because of the wet weather.
5. US nuclear weapons are controlled using eight-inch floppy disks.
6. The Russian Eurovision singer Sergey Lazarev has launched his own range of dog food.
7. Gordon Brown is descended from Vikings.
8. The Game Of Thrones character Hodor's name actually means "Hold the door".
9. Half of all misogynistic tweets posted on Twitter come from women, a study suggested.
10. The monks of Mount Athos shun female animals - except for cats.
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