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Bizarre Fact #91:
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Teflon is the most slipperiest substance in the world.

Bizarre Fact #92:
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Teflon was accidently discovered by scientist Dr. Roy Plunkett while he was conducting a coolant gas experiment in 1938.

Bizarre Fact #93:
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The average North American car contains 300 pounds of plastics.

Bizarre Fact #94:
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The ballpoint pen was first introduced to the United States in October of 1945. It was introduced in New York's Gimbels Department Store, and the whole stock of 10,000 pens was sold out the first day for $12.50 each.

Bizarre Fact #95:
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The best selling Crayola crayon box is the set of 24 crayons.

Bizarre Fact #96:
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The best time for a person to buy shoes is in the afternoon. This is because the foot tends to swell a bit around this time.

Bizarre Fact #97:
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The board game Scrabble was originally called "Criss Cross Words" by inventor Alfred Butts.

Bizarre Fact #98:
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The first commercial microwave oven was called the "1161 Radarange" and was the size of a refrigerator.

Bizarre Fact #99:
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The first company to mass produce teddy bears was the Ideal Toy Company.

Bizarre Fact #100:
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The first jigsaw puzzle was created by map maker John Splisbury who mounted one of his maps on a sheet of hardwood. He proceeded to cut around the borders of each country use a fine saw.


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