Here are some random facts for you . . .
1. Limping on purpose was a popular trend in the mid-1800s in the U.K. The princess of Wales had rheumatic fever that gave her a limp, and because she was a huge fashion icon and trendsetter, other women started limping too
2. Marilyn Monroe was born the same year as Hugh Hefner. She was born June 1st, 1926 . . . and he was born two months earlier, on April 9th.
3. "Game of Thrones" and"Friends" had roughly the same budget, at $10 million per episode. "Friends" cost that much because the cast's salaries were so high.
4. Al Green's"Take Me to the River" was a big hit . . . but it made its biggest chunk of royalties from being the song that's sung by the Big Mouth Billy Bass electronic fish.
5. The only people who can legally bring switchblades into the U.S. are people who are missing an arm.
(BBC/Rolling Stone/The Independent/Wikipedia/Cornell)