Tuesday, 31 May 2016

School of Facts #3

  • Psychologists have found that whenever you’re in a bad mood, you can feel better just by forcing yourself to smile
  • Gift givers tend to choose gifts that are desirable but impractical, but gift receivers prefer the more practical option, studies show. #Be_Practical
  • According to one study, just 50 out of 20,000 people could tell when someone was lying based on body language with more than 80% accuracy. That is a very small number...
  • Bad handwriting? Keep this in mind: more intelligent people tend to think faster, and as a result their handwriting is more sloppy. I wish English teachers knew this fact...
  • The average person has 4 to 7 dreams a night, within a total of one to two hours.
  • Research finds that kids who enjoy family meals have larger vocabularies, better manners, healthier diets, and higher self-esteem
  • There are two ways of being rich: One is to have all you want, the other is to be satisfied with what you have. The latter is easier, your choice really
  • There are more than 5 vacant houses for every homeless person in America. Wow...
  • Lack of sleep can cause weight gain of 2 pounds (0.9 kg) in under a week. All my efforts?!?
  • A study found that cats do not necessarily have a preference for their owners over strangers. Ouchiwawa for all cat owners

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