To celebrate New Year's Eve in Atlanta, a giant peach is dropped down a 138-foot tower.
In Idaho, You may not fish on a camel's back.
The Mobile Phone Throwing World Championships are held in Finland. A recent winner said he prepared for the event by “mainly drinking.”
You could ice skate on one of Jupiter’s moons, Europa, which is covered in ice. An Axel jump would take you 6.7m in the air.
Guadeloupe is believed to have some of the best sites for scuba diving in the world.
Jim Henson made his first Kermit puppet using his mother's old coat and two halves of a ping pong ball.
When Disneyland was opened in 1955, “Tomorrowland” was designed to look like a year in the distant future: 1986.
Naval engineer Richard T. James invented the Slinky when he was working with tension springs and accidentally dropped one.
According to the record holder for tallest waffle stack, Guinness World Records has a 40-page document defining what a waffle is.
In curling, good sportsmanship and politeness are essential. Congratulating opponents on plays and abstaining from trash talk are part of what’s known as the “Spirit of Curling.”
The dot over your lowercase “i” is called a tittle.
The fast food chain McDonald's is the largest toy distributor in the world by far.