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7 Most Offensive Facts About The World We Live In – Unbelievable Facts

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From weird rituals to bizarre laws, the world we live in is messed up in multiple ways. The planet is fine but it is the humans who have made it creepy and weird. Here below are a few facts which will boggle your minds!

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Apparently, sucking their child’s penis was not considered sexual by the tribe.

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Men can pick from 10 variations on the short back and sides and are prohibited from growing their hair longer than 5 cm  (less than 2 inches). Older men are excused with hair up to 7 cm (3 inches). Women have 18 hairstyles to choose from, however, mar­­ried women have been told to keep their hair short while singletons can have longer locks.

 

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Studies have found rape fantasy is a common sexual fantasy among both men and women. The fantasy may involve the fantasist as either the one being forced into sex or as the perpetrator. Rape porn is also one the most viewed and top ranked category in several pornsites.

 

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A Menagerie is a collection of captive animals, frequently exotic, kept for display. There was one in London which was opened to the public during the reign of Elizabeth I in the 16th century. During the 18th century, the price of admission was three half-pence but if you’re short of money, you could also pay your admission ticket by bringing a cat or a dog to feed the lions!

 

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More than 160,000 students missing school each day because they’re afraid of getting picked on, taunted, beaten up. That’s an astounding number. So astounding that it appears almost everywhere there’s a conversation about bullying.

 

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It was considered as a gesture of submission in ancient Ireland and Archeologists have dug up an amusing case and claim they have found a body with the nipples cut off from that era, in order to prevent him from being a king! They concluded that the victim was either a King or a Noble.

 

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In 1913 it was legal to mail children. With stamps attached to their clothing, children rode trains to their destinations, accompanied by letter carriers. One newspaper reported it cost fifty-three cents for parents to mail their daughter to her grandparents for a family visit. As news stories and photos popped up around the country, it didn’t take long to get a law on the books making it illegal to send children through the mail!

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Vijay Alagar
the authorVijay Alagar
Young and Ambitious; Better at Videogames than at life. Works as a creative writer by day, Batman at night.

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