1,339 QI Facts to Make Your Jaw Drop

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Whilst you're bending over to grab your socks following the succes of 1,227 QI Facts to Blow Your Socks Off, don't forget pick up your jaw as the QI team returns with a fresh stack of facts to astonish and enlighten.

Did you know that:

Pigs suffer from anorexia.

It is impossible to whistle in a spacesuit.

The first computer mouse was made of wood.

Rugby School's first official rugby kit in 1871 included a bow tie.

Lord Kitchener had four spaniels called Shot, Bang, Miss and Damn.

J. K Rowling has no middle name.

If there are any facts you don't believe, or if you want to know more about them, all the sources can be found on QI's website.
 
 
 
 
 
Whilst you're bending over to grab your socks following the succes of 1,227 QI Facts to Blow Your Socks Off, don't forget pick up your jaw as the QI team returns with a fresh stack of facts to astonish and enlighten.

Did you know that:

Pigs suffer from anorexia.

It is impossible to whistle in a spacesuit.

The first computer mouse was made of wood.

Rugby School's first official rugby kit in 1871 included a bow tie.

Lord Kitchener had four spaniels called Shot, Bang, Miss and Damn.

J. K Rowling has no middle name.

If there are any facts you don't believe, or if you want to know more about them, all the sources can be found on QI's website.
 
 
 
 
 
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AuthorJohn Lloyd
PublisherFaber and Faber
PlaceLondon
Year2013
ISBN9780571308941
BindingHardcover
ConditionGood
CommentsYellowed pages
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