Paris Hilton just posted a Tweet of herself looking exactly like a wealthy socialite's nocturnal emission, with the sarcastic caption "Tell me something I don't know" because she's one snarky b who may or may not believe Walmart sells literal wall stuff.
Tell me something I don't know.... pic.twitter.com/bxmzLFekrX-- Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) June 28, 2018
Of course, she was probably being an Edgelord™, or at least what she imagines that is (does wearing a real fur jacket while doing a million dollar plug for PETA count?) and definitely didn't expect people to give her actual sincere facts. And, if we had to guess, there is a 100% chance Paris Hilton didn't know any of these bits of knowledge (or just any facts in general).
But, the internet is the internet, if there's an opportunity to commit to a bit, they're going to commit it straight to a mental asylum.
So, get ready to get your knowledge on, Paris, and the rest of you following along.
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Any right-angled triangle, the square of the length of the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares of the lengths of the other two sides. https://t.co/RzaW7BhPvU-- Corin Nemec (@imcorinnemec) June 30, 2018
Every odd number that exists has the letter "e" in it. https://t.co/afeo843tF1-- Jack Mull (@J4CKMULL) June 29, 2018
Sloths don't fart https://t.co/Ccbtx5IFz2-- Dani Rabaiotti (@DaniRabaiotti) June 30, 2018
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Given N shapes in N-dimensional Euclidean space, it is possible to divide all of them in half with a single (N − 1)-dimensional hyperplane. https://t.co/PWiMYGbBzL-- Adrian Bowyer (@adrianbowyer) June 30, 2018
Welshpool is a town in Wales, historically in the county of Montgomeryshire, but currently administered as part of the unitary authority of Powys. Its Welsh language name Y Trallwng literally means "the marshy or sinking land". Welshpool is the fourth largest town in Powys.-- Paul Alexander (@mulleralexander) June 29, 2018
There are so many stars in the universe that if it weren't for all the interstellar gas and dust blocking your view the night sky would appear almost entirely bright white.-- Jesus Christ (@ThatHippieJesus) June 30, 2018
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a penguin's body creates less drag underwater than anything else on Earth, natural or man-made-- Josh Faust (@JarshFarst) June 30, 2018
For tax and labeling purposes, Pringles cannot technically be called chips as they aren't actual thinly sliced potatoes, but dehydrated potato and rice flour pressed into a mold. Therefore they are labeled as "crisps".-- purrsephoné (@thewickedlilith) July 1, 2018
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