Scientists have successfully created cheese using human bacteria collected from toes and belly buttons.
In ancient Rome, after a person pooped, a communal sponge was used to wipe. The sponge was then rinsed in a bucket of salt water before being used by the next person.
How many rodent hairs do you prefer in your peanut butter? The FDA gives the thumbs up if there is no more than one in every 100 grams of your food. Disguised as “natural contaminants,” rodent hair and bug parts are not only in your food, but they are approved to be there. Apparently eating bug legs and mouse hair is safer than using chemicals to control the pests in food making facilities.
There is over 400000 pounds of man-made trash and debris on the moon, including 96 bags of urine, feces, and vomit.
The Saami people of Arctic Scandinavia would feed reindeer fly agaric mushrooms, wait for them to pee then drink the reindeer pee for the sole purpose of getting high.
Gordon Ramsay challenged James May from Top Gear to eat three delicacies as a “test of a man.” The third delicacy was rotten shark, which Ramsay spat out, while May finished and responded, “You disappoint me, Ramsay.”
Methane gas released by dairy cows has caused an explosion in a cow shed in Germany. Cows each produce hundreds of litres of methane a day, and methane can have explosive potential if it reaches the right concentrations.
A 480 pound woman died after having spent her last 6 years of her life stuck in a couch and died attached to the couch as well. By the time of her death, her skin had literally became one with the fabric of the sofa.
Aztecs took two showers a day and used flowers as soap and cleaned their mouth with them as well. The Spaniards at the time avoided water because it was thought water on your skin made you more susceptible to the plague and they used urine to clean their mouths and teeth.
President Lyndon B. Johnson used to give out orders while he defecated and bragged about his sexual encounters by saying, “Jumbo got a workout last night.”