Because we are always intrigued with things, check these out:
A “Blue Moon” is the second full moon in a calendar month. However, it is rarely blue but can cause suffocation if administered improperly.
A bibliophile is a collector of rare books. A bibliopole is a seller of rare books. A bibliolobster is a sloppy seafood consumer.
A ghost writer pens an anonymous book. A dead writer tells no tales.
A magic potion or charm thought to arouse sexual love, especially toward a specific person, is known as a “philter.” A store that sells philters is called a Philtermat.
A speleologist studies caves. A Spielbergogist studies Cate Capshaw.
“Aromatherapy” is a term to describe the practice of using essential oils taken from plants, flowers, roots, seeds, etcetera, in healing. “Aroomafortwo” is a secret meeting place in Italy for adulterers.
Ballistics is the science that deals with the motion of projectiles. Ballbusters is the science of breaking balls without using projectiles.
The most popular first name in the world is Muhammad. The most popular first name in the world legally changed is Muhammad.
The Nobel Peace Prize medal depicts three naked men with their hands on each other’s shoulders. When held up to the light, the hands move to reveal the men are homosexuals.
A group of geese on the ground is a gaggle; a group of geese in the air is a skein; a group of geese created from dead bodies is a group of geese made by Frankenstein.
The sun is 330,330 times larger than the earth, though the last fifty people to measure it were burned beyond recognition.
Cat urine glows under a black-light. Cow urine was an element for cleaning clothing in ancient Rome. All animal urine tastes terrible with Vodka.