13 Questions You Really Don’t Want Answers To

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If you are as curious i am, then this list is for you. But if you aren’t, you probably should stop reading now. Having said that, these are 13 Questions You Really Don’t Want Answers To!

1. Is My Pillow Clean?

Certainly not. In fact, over three years, the average 10 oz pillow will double in weight due to a collection dead skins cells, dust mites, fungal spores, pollens, and other body secretions that it has collected..

2. What Is The Dirtiest Part of the House?

Usually it’s the kitchen sink. In fact, the sink tends to have more fecal matter than the toilet seat. Why? E. coli thrive on the food and moisture. . And the kitchen sponge used in washing in the sink is said to be 200,000 times more dirtier than your toilet seat.

3. When Will I die?

You never know… It could be today.

4. How Clean Is My Phone?

Not very. In fact, scientists have found that many phones are contaminated with E. coli… aka poop.

5. Does Drinking Alcohol Shrink My Brain?

Yup, recent research presented by the American Academy of Neurology has shown that drinking heavy amounts of alcohol over a long period of time may decrease brain volume… It is not regarded as the most dangerous drug of all for no reason

6. How Many Bacteria do I Get From Kissing Someone?

In 10 seconds, an average of 80 million bacteria are exchanged.,

7. What is Inside My Belly Button?

When scientists in North Carolina swabbed belly buttons, they found thousands of species of bacteria, half of which were new to science!

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8. Do Some people Really Have Creatures Living in Their Butthole?

Yes, they do. In most countries the most common type of worm infection is by pinworms (threadworms). During the night they crawl out of the rectum to lay eggs on the surrounding skin.

9. Are There Insect Fragments in my Food?

Definitely. This is unavoidable,. It is known as “levels of natural or unavoidable defects in foods that present no health hazards for humans.”

10. Does Birth Control Pills Have Any Effect?

Yes it does.. Infact, according to this Study: Taking Birth Control Pills Increases A Woman’s Chances Of Developing Breast Cancer.

11. How Safe Is Oral Sex?

Not safe, not safe atall l… This was discovered After a series of study carried out by scientists and researchers in Johns Hopkins University and Information Management Services, Inc.,

After the study, It was concluded and even published in the medical journal Annals of Oncology that Men who have performed oral s*x on five or more women are at greater risk of developing mouth and throat cancer, especially if they smoke

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12. Obesity And it’s Effect On Babies

Obese Women are More likely to Have Babies With Birth Defects, says study, not me..

13. Does Masturbation Affect my Mental Health?

Yes it does. It shrinks and also numbs the brain
Studies have even shown that Men who regularly consumed porn had smaller brain volume and fewer connections in the striatum, a brain region tied to reward processing, compared with those who didn’t view porn.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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