One of the best things about social media is that every day is a celebration of some kind. All you need is a hashtag with some sticking power and people who have information to share, and you get things like #FunFactFriday in which users take to Twitter to share, well, fun facts. The range of people participating is also pretty interesting. You’ll find some people sharing their own knowledge, and then you’ll also find companies or other big names sharing more official information from within their industries. If you’re really into pub trivia and you’ve got a team with designated roles and areas of study, this is a good hashtag for you to follow (probably also a good one if you’re the person in charge of creating and/or leading pub trivia).
Here are 10 fun facts you can learn for today’s #FunFactFriday.
#FunFactFriday: The #Nonprofit Sector Contributed 905.9 Billion to the U.S. Economy in 2013. @BloomerangTech
— VisionLink (@VisionLink) September 2, 2016
Did you know that the mercury-vapor lamp was invented way back in 1901. This was an early version of the #fluorescent light #FunFactFriday
— Wall Industries (@wallindustries) September 2, 2016
Reading is the best exercise for your brain! #FunFactFriday pic.twitter.com/5kH5XJyNZZ
— myON by Renaissance (@myONreader) August 26, 2016
Due to the stubborn nature of French Bulldogs, Toto in the Wizard of Oz had to be recast as a terrier. #FunFactFriday
— Squishy Faces Pet Lover Apparel (@shopsquishyface) September 2, 2016
Hey guys- Brock Turner got out of Jail today after being caught in the act and serving 3 months in jail #FunFactFriday
— Rhi Cook (@Rhiosophy) September 2, 2016
What are #teeth made out of? #funfactfriday #dentist https://t.co/TeHDXSroJI pic.twitter.com/0gYgs1cDWw
— Terry D. Hopper, DMD (@THopperDMD) September 2, 2016
Did you already know about today's #FunFactFriday ? We certainly didn't! #WCPGHAN2016 pic.twitter.com/rzmsJf1uOi
— WCPGHAN2016 (@wcpghan2016) September 2, 2016
Before writing his famous children books, Roald Dahl was badly injured in the army, then became a spy for Britain. #FunFactFriday
— Boxford Town Library (@Boxfordlibrary) September 2, 2016
#FunFactFriday Steinbeck’s puppy ate the original manuscript of "Of Mice and Men". #books #booklover #reading
— Grey House Pub (@greyhousepub) September 2, 2016
Fun Fact Friday helps expand your mind! #tritonenrichment #funfactfriday pic.twitter.com/XrjBoCGHnz
— Triton Enrichment (@TritonEnrich) September 2, 2016
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