Wrong! While her name has become synonymous with prudishness, thanks to a misinterpretation of the Victorian Era, Queen Victora herself enjoyed quite the active sex life and wrote about it in her diaries.
Third-eye blind? A sixth sense? Yeah, humans have those. And up to 14 more senses to go along with them. Instead of sight, smell, touch, taste, and sound, science shows we have as many as 20 different senses.
Rumor has it George Washington didn't smile because he had wooden teeth. Ehhhhh. His dentures were made of wood, ivory, and human teeth. He didn't smile because have you ever seen pictures of the Founding Fathers smiling?
This one gets, like, half credit. Carver was notable for his scientific discoveries and many of them involved peanuts. But peanut butter existed long before Carver began his work. Carver did invent technologies that eased its creation, though.
What is this even supposed to mean?! People didn't hit 30 and suddenly keel over, gray-haired and wrinkly. MOST people didn't make it out of childhood in the Middle Ages, so their ages at death are factored into the average. If you did make it out of childhood alive, you could expect to live to around 64.
Not according to Winston Churchill, who referred to the Seven Years' War between England and France as World War I. He called the war between 1914-1918 The Great War until World War II. Which, to him I guess, was World War III?
Van Gogh didn't cut off his ENTIRE ear. And he probably didn't cut it off himself at all. A fellow painter sliced off the end of a lobe during a skirmish and Van Gogh sent THAT to his lover, who was a prostitute.