Published : 2014-12-20 (over 3 years Ago) - Last updated over 2 years Ago
23 Weird washing facts
Enjoy these fun, incredible, interesting, awesome and random washing facts.
1. A pair of library books were issued by George Washington and never returned. They are now 224 years overdue.
2. George Washington is the only U.S. president to have received 100% of the electoral votes.
3. George Washington preferred not to shake the hands of visitors. He would bow instead.
4. George Washington grew marijuana in his garden and President Obama brews his own Beer in the White House.. #presidents
5. As of 2015, four U.S. states — Alaska, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington — have legalized retail marijuana.
6. Using a warm air dryer after washing your hands, increases bacterial count on average by 250%.
7. Since 2007, human feet have been washing up on the shores of western Canada.
8. George Washington had gold, ivory, and animal teeth grillz.
9. You can kill the Ebola virus before it enters your system by simply washing your hands with soap and water.
10. Hand washing could save more lives worldwide than any vaccine, according to a study by the World Health Organization.
11. The doctor who discovered that hand washing prevented the spread of disease was thrown in a mental institution for his crazy ideas.
12. When showeing, you spend about 5% of your time washing yourself, and 95% reflecting and thinking about your life
13. Washing your hands makes you more optimistic.
14. There is a town in the state of Washington called George. George, Washington.
15. You can put a dry towel into a washing machine to dry your clothes faster.
16. In Washington D.C., the average person spends around 67 hours stuck in traffic each year.
17. There is no Starbucks in the town of Starbuck, Washington.
18. George Washington grew marijuana in his garden.
19. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew marijuana on their plantations.
20. On Mount Rushmore, in the Black Hills of South Dakota, 60 foot busts of four US presidents, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln were carved to celebrate the first 150 years of American independence.
21. In many countries, urine was used as a detergent for washing.
22. There are more telephones than people in Washington, D.C.
23. Washington, D.C. has one lawyer for every 19 residents.