That’s Ironic Facts!
Alexander Graham Bell refused to have a phone in his study—the ringing drove him nuts.
Al Capone’s older brother Vince was a policeman in Nebraska.
Buzz Aldrin’s mother’s maiden name: Moon.
Cyndi Lauper’s 1984 hit “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” was written by a man.
Fish can get seasick.
Pierre Michelin, the inventor of super-safe Michelin tires, died in a car accident.
French and African marigolds both come from North America.
Pigs can catch swine flu from humans.
Kodak founder George Eastman hated to have his picture taken.
There is no rice in rice paper.
According to a Gallup Poll, one in seven Americans can’t locate the United States on a map.
A check of 62 police cars in Atlanta, Georgia, found that 27 had expired tags.
John Wilkes Booth’s brother once saved the life of Abraham Lincoln’s son.
P. J. Tierney, the father of the modern diner, died of indigestion in 1917 after eating at a diner.
The day Judy Garland died, a tornado touched down in Kansas.