10 things we didn't know last week

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1. You can vote from space.

Find out more (CNN)

2. People spend 1.3 years of their life on average deciding what to watch on television.

Find out more (Now This)

3. The most common word in letters written by ordinary Americans to President Barack Obama is "help".

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4. An average-sized condom should be able to hold 18 litres of air.

Find out more (New Scientist)

5. The budget for prison food in England and Wales is £2 per prisoner per day.

Find out more (Refinery29)

6. Dogs might be genetically predisposed to be man's best friend.

Find out more (The Lad Bible)

7. Most British tourists in the Spanish resort of Magaluf are on their first holiday without their families.

Find out more (Vice)

8. Medical marijuana is legal in Florida - but it's also legal to sack someone from their job for using it.

Find out more (AJ+)

9. Women use the f-word more than men.

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10. The Chicago Cubs parade and rally after their baseball World Series victory may have been the seventh largest gathering in human history.

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