Top 10 Secrets Only Two People Know
- Опубликовано: 16 мар 2017
- What’s better than keeping a secret? How about having one person you trust know it, too? From secret languages to trade secrets, prepare to be amazed by these top ten secrets only two people in the world know about!
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Featuring... The Listerine Formula - Invented by Dr. J.J. Lawrence and sold to Unilever in 1880, the famous mouthwash brand Listerine has no doubt been a huge convenience to many a people too lazy to get brush. And, until 1970, even Unilever didn’t even know what kind of oral magic Dr. The Hapsburg Napkin fold - Nothing says fine dining like an intricately folded napkin on your plate, which you’ll then unfurl to place on your lap so that whatever morsel of food that happens to miss your greasy pie hole because of your excited, shaking hands won’t ruin your brand new ripped jean shorts. Oliver Cromwell’s head - Oliver Cromwell is a very divisive figure in history. On one hand, he’s considered a kingslayer; but on the other, he’s a liberator from tyrannical oppression. Academy Awards Results - The Academy Awards is so prestigious and sought after that Leonardo Di Caprio himself had to fight a goddamn bear to win one. And a fully grown one, at that! This is partly the reason why the winning nominees are only given to two representatives of PriceWaterHouseCooper, the company responsible for counting the votes by hand for each category, 2 days before the ceremony. Ayapaneco - South America is home to a large amount of secrets that may forever be lost to history because of conquest. Sea Monkeys secret - Do you guys remember Sea Monkeys? They’re those little pets you may have ordered from the mail after reading it on an ad from a comic book. And boy, were those things a letdown! First, they didn’t look like monkeys at all. The Berglas effect - Illusionists deal in secrets: that’s how they keep their business going. So, it’s no surprise that magicians and trick performers keep their tricks and performance methods close to the chest, lest some other unscrupulous competitor finds out about it. KFC’s Eleven Herbs and Spices - If there’s one thing the colonel won’t shut up about, it’s the 11 herbs and spices he puts in his fried chicken that gives it its finger-lickin’ goodness. And we have to give it to him: he’s earned it. KFC is one of the largest fast food chains in the world, mainly because of the way they prepare their fried chicken. And like any other trade secret, the 11 herbs and spices are so well-kept that only two members from their top brass know what they are. The Subject of Carly Simon’s “You’re So Vain” - This is considered the 72nd best song of all time, and it has been the subject of many a fan theory ever since its release ranging from Mick Jagger to Warren Beatty. Chartreuse - This French liquor is made with a number of herbs that makes KFC’s secret spices look like child’s play: Chartreuse uses 130 of them, to be exact. And each one of it is a secret known only to two monks at a time that belong to the order of Grand Chartreuse monastery.