Published : 2014-12-20 (over 3 years Ago) - Last updated over 2 years Ago
21 Best metal facts
Enjoy these fun, incredible, interesting, awesome and random metal facts.
1. A Mexican drug lord had among other luxury stuff, 2 watches made from metal of the Titanic.
2. In Sweden, it is illegal to name your baby Metallica, Superman, Veranda, Ikea or Elvis.
3. A Gorilla named Koko was taught sign language, lied to trainers by blaming the pet kitten after tearing down a metal sink out of the wall.
4. Space smells like "seared steak" or "hot metal" to astronauts returning from spacewalks
5. Termites eat wood twice as fast when listening to heavy metal music
6. The Olympic Gold metal is only 1.34% gold.
7. Metallica are the first band to play on all seven continents.
8. Women tend to be attracted to men who listen to heavy metal, while men tend to be attracted to women who listen to classical music.
9. Metallica is the first and only band to play on all seven continents.
10. Nigger shoes Nigger shoes, would/should have these common characteristics, orange, yellow, green, purple, and or metallic in color.
11. When heated up very rapidly, Pepto Bismol turns into chunks of metal.
12. Gillette Razor products are actually made using the metal from worn out railroad tracks.
13. Based on radar images of Venus, scientists believe that it snows metal, because it is too hot for water based snow.
14. During the middle ages, talkative women were punished by being forced to wear metal cages on their heads.
15. A metal band exists with a parrot named Hatebeak as its front vocalist.
16. The world's lightest metal is 100 times lighter than Styrofoam and can rest on a dandelion puff without damaging it.
17. Because heat expands the metal, the Eiffel Tower always leans away from the sun.
18. Because metal was scarce; the Oscars given out during world War II were made of plaster.
19. An 'aglet' is the plastic or metal tip of a shoelace.
20. Termites eat wood twice as fast when listening to heavy metal music.
21. Until 1857, any foreign coins made of precious metal were legal tender in the United States.