mental floss presents Instant Knowledge (Collins Gem)

mental floss presents Instant Knowledge Collins Gem Mental_floss is proud to present a full bodied jolt of inspiration for thirsty minds on the go Blended with titillating facts startling revelations and head scratching theories collected from around

  • Title: mental floss presents Instant Knowledge (Collins Gem)
  • Author: Mental Floss
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mental_floss is proud to present a full bodied jolt of inspiration for thirsty minds on the go Blended with titillating facts, startling revelations, and head scratching theories collected from around the world, Instant Knowledge will jumpstart riveting exchanges at cocktail parties, the watercooler, or any powwow To experience the clean, rich flavor at home, just tear iMental_floss is proud to present a full bodied jolt of inspiration for thirsty minds on the go Blended with titillating facts, startling revelations, and head scratching theories collected from around the world, Instant Knowledge will jumpstart riveting exchanges at cocktail parties, the watercooler, or any powwow To experience the clean, rich flavor at home, just tear into a topic of your choice, and add conversation It s that simple

    One thought on “mental floss presents Instant Knowledge (Collins Gem)”

    1. This was an unexpected Christmas gift that I ended up loving. It's full of very short and very interesting facts that will come in handy at random social functions. It's not the serious kind of information either but several fun and interesting things. i.e. Why fresh pineapple and Jello don't mix or the odd clause Van Halen's concert contracts. It's very small so it's easy to carry along to places such as airports, post offices, DMV I would recommend this to anyone over a certain age since some [...]

    2. Do you enjoy reading small snippets of useless trivia? Do you wish that trivia was padded out to make a full book. Then what the f is wrong with you. This book was too breezy and short on each topic to learn anything meaningful and had too much extraneous information in their that made one wonder "what's the point of the crap?"

    3. A collection of mostly interesting and mostly esoteric knowledge, though I found myself hoping for further information or explanation on some things. I also found some of the information factually questionable or incomplete. However, taken for what it is--a popular knowledge book designed to entertain--it was an enjoyable read.

    4. Holy random facts! Like did you know that a French courthouse once tried to bring the town's rats into court for trial, but the rat's lawyer came up with a brilliant defense to let them off the hook?

    5. Great bookIf you love trivia, you'll find over two hundred pages of basically useless information. Still, it will capture your interest and keep you entertained for hours.

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