2024 R todayilearned - TIL more than 1 in 10 Americans have no close friends. The share of Americans who have zero close friends has been steadily rising. From 3% of the population in 1991 to 12% in 2021.

 
What you may be referring to is two unrelated (to each other) phenomenon: 'Morning wood'. While you sleep, your penis goes through cycles of erections. If you happen to wake up while in one of these cycles, your penis is erect. Holding your urine. While you sleep, your body doesn't urinate.. R todayilearned

Jun 14, 2023 · Subreddits such as r/Music, r/gaming, r/science and r/todayilearned - all with more than 30 million subscribers - are participating. Some like r/Music plan to protest indefinitely.Posted by u/[Deleted Account] - 3,082 votes and 912 commentsr/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL the Soccer Ashes Tournament. It was played between Australia and New Zealand every year from the 1920s until the trophy for it was lost in the 1950s.r/todayilearned • TIL During the shooting event of the 1965 World Pentathlon Championships, Herbert Polzhuber drank 10 glasses of beer and a bottle of cognac, stepped onto the shooting platform, shot all his bullets directly into the ground and passed out. Alcohol would be banned from shooting events shortly after.TIL that Ghostface Killah of the Wu-Tang Clan got his stage name not from Scream, but from Mystery of Chessboxing, a 1979 kung fu movie. In fact, Scream came out in 1996, three years after the first Wu-Tang album.r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name. r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name.Adding to this, planet Vegeta was once called planet Plant before the Saiyans exterminated the other species that lived on it. In the English version those people are called the Tuffles, in the original Japanese they are the Tsufuru-jin which is Furutsu (Fruit) reversed.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.Take a piece of masking tape mark number on tube..put same number on spot you took it from…take tubes to 7-11 and test..look for the failed replacement tube in the shelf below the tube tester…go home and replace 1234 etc..DO NOT touch the metal looking tube even with the TV off…it shocks the living shit out of you..r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...r/todayilearned • TIL that one can tell by the ears of chickens what color the eggs they lay. Chickens' ears are actually earlobes, which are flaps of skin under the ear canal that lie just behind the eyes. In most cases, hens with white earlobes also lay white eggs and hens with red earlobes produce brown eggshells.Rule #3: No news or recent sources. Rule #4: Nothing related to recent politics. Do not make submissions with underlying agendas. Rule #5: No misleading claims. Rule #6: Rephrase your post title if the following are not met: Rule #7: No software or website submissions (e.g. "TIL you can click on widgets in WidgetMaker 1.22"). TIL Karma Shoppe Looking back and realizing how fucked fellow kids lives must have been lol. Random shit too. The kid that had a U on his report card. Didn’t even know that was a thing, but I remember we were in first grade and his mom died.On Aug. 26, 2023, a Reddit user on the subreddit r/todayilearned posted, "[Today I learned] that Jim Carrey was paid $7 million for 'Dumb and Dumber,' while his co-star Jeff Daniels made just ...The most popular subreddits participating the blackout include r/funny, r/aww, r/gaming, r/Music, r/Pics, r/science and r/todayilearned.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL about the Swedish Vallhund, a very old dog breed that looks like wolf with Corgi proportions. ...r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races.Im new to the Leach Giveway story. I have been getting texts and harrassed to no end by the winner,,allegedly. I have been instructed to get $250 ready and a fedex person will come to my home to pick.it up and the driver will hand me a "box" with all cash in it. r/todayilearned • TIL that Shaquille O'Neal released four rap albums between 1993-1998 which include features of rap icons such as Method Man, Redman, Warren G, Keith Murray, Phife Dog, The Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Rakim and Mobb Deep from which two of them were awarded with platinum and gold. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL there is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's ...Sep 22, 2021 · Visit r/todayilearned . 6. R/PraiseTheCameraMan. Screenshot from Reddit. This subreddit is dedicated to the courageous people behind the camera that exhibited focus, determination, and sheer will to capture the perfect shot. PraiseTheCameraMan is the best subreddit to appreciate videos that show skill and stunning photography.You learn something new every day. TodayILearned is the best subreddit to learn new things.Here are the top TodayILearned posts.For more information check ou...Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL: In many languages, the colors described in English as "blue" and "green" are expressed using a single term ...TIL 10-year-old Olivia Farnsworth has never been able to feel pain or hunger, and cannot sleep without being heavily medicated. Due to her symptoms revolving from Chromosome 6 Deletion, she had been able to withstand a car accident without distress. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL There are 120 times more water molecules in the cubic inch of water than there are stars in the observable universer/todayilearned • TIL During the shooting event of the 1965 World Pentathlon Championships, Herbert Polzhuber drank 10 glasses of beer and a bottle of cognac, stepped onto the shooting platform, shot all his bullets directly into the ground and passed out. Alcohol would be banned from shooting events shortly after.r/todayilearned • TIL that Sir Edward Elgar, composer of, "Pomp and Circumstance March No.1," more commonly known as "The Graduation Song" never actually finished school himself. He only received general education until the age of fifteen. Meanwhile, most of his musical talent came from self-teaching and study.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just ...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that glacier mice are are colonies of wandering moss, observed as far apart as Alaska and Uganda. They ...5 days ago ... SpongeBob SquarePants r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one?u/FearlessJuan. 5 months ago. TIL about the Omaha race riot of 1919 from the book "The Dead Are Arising" by Les Payne about Malcolm X's life, in which a white mob lynched viciously a black innocent man, hanging him, shooting him, dragging him around behind a car, burning his corpse and posing for pictures. No one went to jail.r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked.TIL more than 1 in 10 Americans have no close friends. The share of Americans who have zero close friends has been steadily rising. From 3% of the population in 1991 to 12% in 2021.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA. r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL scientists have figured out how to transfer memories & erase certain memories from snails brainsTo put my hair up with a zip tie 😂😂. I learned a new word today! :) I was reading a manga and came across a word I’ve never seen before. I thought it was a typo until I actually looked it up. || *Traipse* - “to go on foot: walk; also : to walk or travel without apparent plan but with or without purpose” (source: Merriam-Webster)Cum is a bunch of shit (primarily proteins) dissolved/suspended (I don't actually know) in a medium (seminal fluid). In the case of water, it slowly evaporates into the surrounding air. Basically, it peaces the fuck out and leaves nothing behind. Once the liquid in cum evaporates away, it leaves a bunch of shit behind. Semen will stain because ...25-Jun-2019 ... Want to leave a tip or connect?: https://linktr.ee/letsfindoutasmr Description: There's a lot to learn about the world. Let's find out if ...Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.The title gives the impression that menarche has been on a long trend down. But the first reference in this article, which is the basis of all age-related claims in it, asserts that menarche began 7-10 y.o. in the new ice age, raising to 12-14 with agriculture, then raising to 16-17y.o. in times of widespread famine (like the high medieval and early industrial …r/todayilearned • TIL the Ridley Scott movie Alien used much the same crew as forgotten Sean Connery star vehicle Outland. The same costume team, props team, staging crew, special effects team, & the same staff even made the title cards & soundtracks! (The crew comparison appears a little over 5 min. into the video.)r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL that on average, drivers in the US spend about $20 billion a year in overpaying for parking spots and 17 hours every year is spent by each …TIL that everyone wears Crocs in the 2006 movie Idiocracy because the costume designer had a limited shoe budget, and thought the cheap plastic shoes made by the then startup company were futuristic yet too stupid …r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos.You learn something new every day. TodayILearned is the best subreddit to learn new things.Here are the top TodayILearned posts.For more information check ou...r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just ...TIL that Saint Clare of Assisi is the patron saint of television, despite having died in 1253. This is because, according to legend, she was once too sick to attend Mass, so God …r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.r/todayilearned • TIL despite numerous rumors and conspiracy theories, historical records and credible sources firmly state that Adolf Hitler did not have any known children. This has been corroborated by various historians and scholars who have extensively researched Hitler's personal life and lineage. r/todayilearned • TIL in the '40s theatrical producer John Reber promoted a plan to build two dams to change most of San Francisco Bay into two freshwater lakes. He got a lot of support, but the US Army Corps of Engineers built a giant working model of the bay to show how this plan was a terrible idear/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races. 3 days ago ... Winston Churchill r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one? Let me know!r/todayilearned • TIL in 1991, the last of California's manual telephone switchboards, which used pull and plug cords, was being replaced with computerized equipment. Most phone companies had replaced them in the 1950s but the owner of Kerman Telephone Company stalled because he did not want to lay off any operators Nov 29, 2018 · 3. r/howto. This subreddit has something for everyone. No wonder why it has more than 805,000 members and counting. Howto is aimed at education and DIY that spans across a wide variety of topics ...r/todayilearned • TIL: There is a study by several PhDs also backed by 45 previous studies, that found out that height impacts salaries. Every inch above average height nets $789. Possible explanations are that tall people are seen as more leader like and the process of "looking down" makes one more confident. I'm not sure I understand where you're getting that the study interpreted a positive answer to the question you pasted as rape. The report makes it crystal clear the the study is assessing a dozen levels of sexual victimization, ranging from "Threat of contact without force" on the mild end to "Attempted sexual contact with force or threat of force" in the mid range to …r/todayilearned • TIL: There is a study by several PhDs also backed by 45 previous studies, that found out that height impacts salaries. Every inch above average height nets $789. Possible explanations are that tall people are seen as more leader like and the process of "looking down" makes one more confident. 09-Jun-2023 ... ... r/aww, r/Music, r/todayilearned and r/pics - which each have memberships of more than 30 million people. A moderator for one of these ...Aug 1, 2021 · R/todayilearned. Screenshot from Reddit. When you join the community of r/todayilearned, the expression of “you learn something new every day” will never be truer words. This subreddit will definitely give you something new each day with its 25.8 million contributors. The world is old and new at the same time.r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL that Waldo, the vocalist of the US death metal band "Hatebeak", is a gray parrot, who learned to make grim, deathly squawks to accompany the music of his human bandmates. Waldo does not travel to play concerts. His most recent full record was "The Number of the Beak". r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos.r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more.r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name.Honeybees were not considered “endangered” in the U.S. as of September 2023. Honeybees are not native to North America and have never been considered threatened or endangered in the U.S ...03-Jun-2019 ... ... /b... 42 AMAZING and INTERESTING Facts to Learn from Reddit Users (r/todayilearned). 136 views · 4 years ago ...more. Reddit Vault. 5.r/todayilearned • TIL that Sir Edward Elgar, composer of, "Pomp and Circumstance March No.1," more commonly known as "The Graduation Song" never actually finished school himself. He only received general education until the age of fifteen. Meanwhile, most of his musical talent came from self-teaching and study.r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more. r/todayilearned • TIL: Kinks are both learned AND hereditary according to several PHD researchers. As inheriting some bodily features, such as sensitive nipples will draw offspring towards BDSM elements for example. The conclusion is that inherited traits and prime conditions can lead to one developing similar kinks.r/todayilearned • TIL: There was a study on how your major affects your marriage rate. The most likely majors to be married by age 30 are Education, Plant Science, and Microbiology majors (70-80%). The least likely majors are Geography, Theater Arts, Music, Philosophy, and International Relations majors (32-46%).The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers. Let R be the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. If R is not a member of itself, then its definition dictates that it must contain itself, and if it contains itself, then it contradicts its own definition as the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. This contradiction is Russell's paradox.r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL that pizza was invented in Naples, Italy as an inexpensive food to be consumed quickly. It remained unknown outside of Naples until Italian immigrants brought it to the US in the early 20th Century, where it would take the country by storm after WW2.r/todayilearned • TIL that during the state opening of parliament in 1845, the Duke of Argyll accidentally dropped the Imperial State Crown, causing £150 (23,000$ today) worth of damage. Of the accident, Queen Victoria wrote in her diary:" [The Crown] was all crushed and squashed, like a pudding that had set down."r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence"./r/CasualTodayILearned is a subreddit for any true knowledge that you would like to share, regardless of topic or of source. Share your casual knowledge! Created Mar 3, 201525-Nov-2023 ... Scale of Alaska r/TodayILearned Welcome to Learned Something Today. Did you like the video? Did you know this one? Let me know!Jun 12, 2023 · Forums such as r/todayilearned, r/funny and r/gaming, with more than 30 million subscribers apiece, have signed up to join the campaign, while others with 1 million plus members, including r ...r/todayilearned • TIL in 1971 a Time Dilation experiment had 2 flights w/atomic clocks go around the world to prove Einstein's theories of relativity (time moves slower as you approach the speed of light, and/or when exposed to more gravity). The clocks gained 0.15 microseconds compared to the ground based clock. r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name.r/todayilearned • TIL: There is a study by several PhDs also backed by 45 previous studies, that found out that height impacts salaries. Every inch above average height nets $789. Possible explanations are that tall people are seen as more leader like and the process of "looking down" makes one more confident.r/todayilearned • TIL: "Through the Fire and Flames" was an unexpected hit by Dragon Force due to Guitar Hero and the music video was shot with only a €5000 budget and the drinking was real as by 10pm, the guitarist started drinking, and the director said to keep going. The full version was 25 minutes long.R todayilearned

r/todayilearned • TIL that the commonly quoted figure of 150 deaths from falling coconuts worldwide annually is a myth based on extrapolation from 2 anecdotal reports from Alotau, Papua New Guinea over more than 4 years. Only 22 reported cases of death by falling coconut have happened since 1777.. R todayilearned

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r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more.r/todayilearned • TIL Rod Serling was a paratrooper in World War 2 and “The Twilight Zone” name originates from the point where a pilot cannot view the horizon. This spoke to his mission for the show: telling stories about the human condition while obscuring the view. r/todayilearned • TIL that the counterpart to a giant painted mural in Biddeford, Maine [depicting a young boy making a phone call] is located in Slemani, Iraq. The project, facilitated by fifth-grade students from both countries, aimed to encourage cross-cultural bridge-building as a means of empathy and friendship.The title gives the impression that menarche has been on a long trend down. But the first reference in this article, which is the basis of all age-related claims in it, asserts that menarche began 7-10 y.o. in the new ice age, raising to 12-14 with agriculture, then raising to 16-17y.o. in times of widespread famine (like the high medieval and early industrial …r/todayilearned • TIL the Nigerian version of Big Brother is the most successful version in the global Big Brother franchise, with viewership of over 309 million. The 2023 season of it has its prize money at 154,989 USD, making it the one of versions with the most substantial prize money. Not sure how I feel. 1 [removed] /r/todayilearned , 2023-11-18, 03:01:00 TIL The brown color of feces comes from the pigment bilirubin, and old red blood cell breakdown. It is …Adding to this, planet Vegeta was once called planet Plant before the Saiyans exterminated the other species that lived on it. In the English version those people are called the Tuffles, in the original Japanese they are the Tsufuru-jin which is Furutsu (Fruit) reversed.r/todayilearned: You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just …Icon for r/todayilearned. Today I Learned (TIL). r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific ...The Mad Hatter: “You’re not the same as you were before. You used to be much more…. Muchier. You lost your muchness.”. Alice: “I could tell you my adventures—beginning from this morning,” said Alice a little timidly; “but it’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then.”. r/todayilearned. The goal of /r/Movies is to provide an inclusive place for discussions and news about films with major releases. Submissions should be for the purpose of informing or initiating a discussion, not just to entertain readers.r/todayilearned • TIL: That Muhammad Ali had Irish ancestry and visited the country on a number of occasions. In 2009, he took time out to visit Ennis in County Clare, the home town of his ancestor Abe Grady whereupon he was also made first honorary freeman of the town.TIL in 2001, Charles Ingram, who won the grand prize on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, was found to be cheating through a coughing scheme and denied his prize earnings.r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".Thanks, but the explanation was actually missing a fair amount of important information that makes the study also look worse. It was short scale, so even the muscle grown during the study doesn’t mean you keep growing more muscle. You might grow some quickly at the beginning, but there’s no reason to suspect that that will continue, whereas with actual …r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .On Aug. 26, 2023, a Reddit user on the subreddit r/todayilearned posted, "[Today I learned] that Jim Carrey was paid $7 million for 'Dumb and Dumber,' while his co-star Jeff Daniels made just ...r/todayilearned • TIL about Dorilocos, a street food snack from Mexico that incorporates Dorito nacho cheese chips mixed with pork rinds, jicama, cucumbers, carrots, peanuts, lime juice, hot sauce, chili powder and even gummy bears. It is a variant of Tostilocos which is made with Tostitos.r/todayilearned • TIL L'Anse aux Meadows is the oldest known European settlement in North America. Discovered in 1960 in present-day Newfoundland, its origin was confirmed to be Viking from the 11th century based on artifacts and evidence consistent with other known Norse examples in Greenland and Iceland r/todayilearned • TIL: That in 2008, a judge in New Zealand made a young girl a ward of court so that she could change the name she hated - Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii. Judge Rob Murfitt said that the name embarrassed the nine-year-old and could expose her to teasing.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL there is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's ...r/todayilearned • TIL: TLC was the first all-female group to sell 10 million copies of an album - CrazySexyCool. But they weren't cool about making $50,000 each for the album while the record company got $75 million. So, they held Arista Records President Clive Davis hostage until the NYPD intervened.r/todayilearned • TIL: Brunei has a hotel that won the 2003 Presidential Suite award. A night's stay costs $23,000 and comes with 24 carat gold lining Italian marble, a Baccarat crystal chandelier, walk in closets the size of a studio apartment, a pool, and a bar. The room is popular and constantly booked. Every day on r/todayilearned. Next. 118,714 Views•September 7 2014. Select . ... Every day on r/todayilearned. 10,073. 201. 119K. Wouldn't you like to be a ...r/todayilearned • TIL: The etiquette of dueling in America has 25 rules for both guns and sword duels. An insult to one's lady is considered a great offense and the first 10~ rules involve the pre duel banter and gives several chances for apologies or to insult the other party more. 1 Followers, 152 Following, 3 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from r.todayilearned (@r.todayilearnedd)TIL that Shaquille O'Neal released four rap albums between 1993-1998 which include features of rap icons such as Method Man, Redman, Warren G, Keith Murray, Phife Dog, The Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Rakim and Mobb Deep from which two of them were awarded with platinum and gold. r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races. In February 2010, the official Twitter feed for the /r/TIL subreddit was set up, followed by the launch of the Tumblr blog in June 2012 and the official Facebook page in August that same year. In mid-May 2011, the moderators of /r/TIL announced that the acronym "TIL" would be phased out in favor of the phrase "todayilearned" for the name of the ...Let R be the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. If R is not a member of itself, then its definition dictates that it must contain itself, and if it contains itself, then it contradicts its own definition as the set of all sets that are not members of themselves. This contradiction is Russell's paradox.03-Jun-2019 ... ... /b... 42 AMAZING and INTERESTING Facts to Learn from Reddit Users (r/todayilearned). 136 views · 4 years ago ...more. Reddit Vault. 5.Literally every famous Duke quote was taken from B movies. "This is my Boom-stick!" and "Hail to the King, baby." were both Army of Darkness. He quotes Pulp Fiction, Star Wars, Stand By Me, Andrew Dice Clay- the game was meant to be one long homage, but of course the fans who weren't familiar with the originals took it to be clever one-liners made for the game, and it kind of snowballed.r/todayilearned • TIL that there was a man who survived the towers collapsing on 9/11, then after walking aimlessly through the city had a chance encounter with the entire cast of Everybody loves Raymond who then housed, fed, and clothed him until he could return home safely to Staten Island the next morning .r/todayilearned • TIL that “air-chilled” chicken differs from traditional aka “water-chilled” chicken, and results in less water absorption, more flavor, and lower risk of cross contamination. Air chilled chicken has been widely available in Europe for decades, but relatively recently become popular in the USA.A brief discussion of what the quote means in the Bhagavad Gita . The background. Arjuna, the mighty warrior prince, and his brothers are going to war against his cousins, to fight for their rights and avenge injustices. But on seeing his cousins, uncles, family ranged against him, Arjuna breaks down and asks Krishna, the avatar of God, "How can you justify war, …r/todayilearned • TIL that in the late 1800's and early 1900's, gambling on US elections was extremely widespread. In New York, the amount of money spent on betting on elections would often exceed the total trading in stocks and bonds. Since there weren't modern polls, betting odds were how newspaper predicted races.The attention-grabbing factor of misinformation combined with social media’s hunger for attention make them a pair made in heaven," he concluded. #10. TIL that the work of Charles Drew, a pioneer in preserving blood, led to large-scale blood bank use, U.S. blood donations to Britons in WWII, and the use of bloodmobiles.r/todayilearned • TIL that during the state opening of parliament in 1845, the Duke of Argyll accidentally dropped the Imperial State Crown, causing £150 (23,000$ today) worth of damage. Of the accident, Queen Victoria wrote in her diary:" [The Crown] was all crushed and squashed, like a pudding that had set down."TIL That in 2004, a 25 year old virginal Japanese woman had surgery to remove a mature fetiform teratoma (a tumor that formed a doll-like structure) that contained brain, eye, spinal nerve, ear, teeth, thyroid gland, bone, bone marrow, gut, trachea, and blood vessel tissue... and more. 😳r/todayilearned • TIL that the commonly quoted figure of 150 deaths from falling coconuts worldwide annually is a myth based on extrapolation from 2 anecdotal reports from Alotau, Papua New Guinea over more than 4 years. Only 22 reported cases of death by falling coconut have happened since 1777. Redirecting to /r/todayilearned/new/.Best. Thaddeauz • 4 yr. ago. Emotional cheating is when someone is having a high level of emotional intimacy with someone else than their partner. Usually, this is limited to people that are not of their family or sex-same friend. (Talking about heterosexual relationship).r/todayilearned • TIL that in 1966 the glass roof of the Houston Astrodome was painted to reduce glare. However, this reduced the amount of sunlight in the stadium and most of the grass died. A synthetic grass surface called ChemGrass was installed in its place, and Astroturf got its name. TIL that the Longyou Caves, a mysterious network of man-made caves over 2,000 years old, were never recorded in any historical documents and were only rediscovered by local farmers in 1992.r/todayilearned • TIL there was a UK adaptation of the American show Golden Girls called "The Brighton Belles". The British version was released a year after the Golden Girl's final episode and was nearly identical to the original except for name changes.r/todayilearned • TIL that on the weekend of Friday June 22nd Professional Wrestler Chris Benoit killed his wife Nancy, then his son and the next day himself. But 14 hours before anyone knew what happened a wiki user edited a wiki article to say that Nancy was dead, later claiming it was a "terrible coincidence".r/todayilearned • TIL that pizza was invented in Naples, Italy as an inexpensive food to be consumed quickly. It remained unknown outside of Naples until Italian immigrants brought it to the US in the early 20th Century, where it would take the country by storm after WW2.r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here. Members Online. TIL there is a quarter scale replica of the Statue of Liberty in Paris. It's located on an island in the river Seine and given to France by the United ...Today I Learned. The California Genocide, an oft-forgotten event in U.S. history due to occurring at the same time at the California Gold Rush. The Native …r/todayilearned. r/todayilearned. You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.. Large fork and spoon wall decor