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1. The most difficult tongue twister in the English language is thought to be: “said sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick.’’
2. Your foot is approximately the same size as your inner arm, between your elbow and your wrist.
3. You cannot breathe through your nose with your tongue out.
4. You just tried number 3
6. When you tried number 3 you realised that it is possible, but you look like a puppy when doing it.
7. You are smiling right now because you were fooled.
8. You skipped number 5.
9. You just checked to see if there was a number 5, there isn’t.
10. No piece of square paper can be folded in half more than 7 times.
11. Prior to 1850, for nearly 70 years, the planet Uranus was named George.
12. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanokoniosis is the longest word in the English language. It is a type of lung disease caused by inhaling ash or
13. A new word is added to the dictionary approximately every two hours.
14. The longest English word that can be spelled without repeating any letters is ‘uncopyrightable’.
15. The fear of long words is called hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia.
16. The bit of toothpaste that you put on your toothbrush is called a nurdle.
17. Swims says swims, even if you turn the word upside down, it’s known as an Ambigram.
19. We skipped number 18 and you didn’t realise.
20. You are checking that 18 was skipped and are smiling once more because you fell for it again.
21. A person breathes approximately 8,409,600 times in a year.
22. Multiply the number 111,111,111 by itself and you get 12,345,678,987,654,321
23. Your brain generates about 12-25 watts of electricity. This is enough to power a low-wattage LED light.
24. Nerve impulses sent from the brain move at a speed of 274 Km/h.
25. The Brain Charity is celebrating its Silver Anniversary this year. A huge thank you to all our volunteers, staff and service users, past and present, for
the first 25 years - here’s to the next 25.