We bet you always believed these 8 completely false facts

We bet you always believed these 8 completely false facts

Is everything you know really true? Can you see the difference between the truth and a lie? If at least 4 of these facts surprise you, we strongly recommend you to be more attentive while learning something new. Well, let's see if any of these will surprise you!


In fact, goldfish can remember things for at least five months! So, many goldfish keepers definitely underestimate their pets' intellectual abilities...

And more myths dispelled:


What do you think about that?

Do you know any other common facts that are actually false? Then tell us in the comments. Let's dispel more myths together!

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190 Comments
Frances Buzbee
Nice to know
2
Dec 6, 2016 9:23PM
Eric Foelker
I'm starting a petition to have the Minnesota Vikings change their logo.
21
Dec 6, 2016 9:33PM
foxphilam
Interesting
2
Dec 6, 2016 10:01PM
Dennis Myers
Interesting
1
Dec 6, 2016 10:01PM
Linda Johnson
I still like the horns on the Viking hats even if they aren't factually correct! I knew about alcohol, toads, Napoleon and the apple.
5
Dec 6, 2016 10:07PM
John Platzer
John Platzer
So Adam and Eve ate an apple is NEITHER true NOR false since we don't know what it was.
13
Dec 6, 2016 10:17PM
Mario Berny
i second that
2
Dec 6, 2016 10:21PM
Nelson Horne
very good
0
Dec 6, 2016 10:28PM
Joseph Kelarjian
So, anything new? The Armenian Bible, which is one off from the original Greek says that "The Apple" was a pomegranate. Also, it bust the myth of wearing "fig leaves". Anyone who has picked figs will understand this. If they used fig leaves, they would have scratched their "junk" till they bled out. It was banana leaves. Logical.
7
Dec 6, 2016 10:43PM
Danny More
Danny More
WOW! Learn new things all the time!
1
Dec 6, 2016 10:47PM
Janet Allen
I knew all those. I read a lot. I'm also skeptical about a lot too.
0
Dec 6, 2016 11:01PM
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson
Minnesota.... Rape, Pilage And burners. No Isis has that one copywriter. Or how about the mini otters?
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Dec 6, 2016 11:22PM
globetrekker
U mean MEH ?? STILL RETARDED :):)
0
Dec 6, 2016 11:54PM
Kay Russell Allen
What came first? The chicken or the egg? Answer: the chicken, God made all things adult!
1
Dec 7, 2016 12:11AM
Janice Loggins
Janice Loggins
I knew all these, thought they were commom knowledge by now.
1
Dec 7, 2016 12:13AM

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