If you're ever at a loss about what to write, browse books like this. Today, I'd like to tell you about a recent book purchase, the one about useless information. With a title like The Book of Useless Information, I couldn't say no to this little book.
The Book of Useless Information by Noel Botham is a treasury of arcane facts that may just give you an exciting idea for a blog post or a book. At the very least, it will provide you with a wealth of cocktail party chatter.
About 7% of Americans eat at McDonald's.
The Egyptian hieroglyph for 100,000 is a tadpole.
Diet Coke was invented in 1983.
The first man to distil bourbon whiskey was a Baptist preacher in 1789.
In the 1940's the Bich pen was changed to BIC because they were afraid Americans would pronounce it "bitch."
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If you'd like a copy of The Book of Useless Information, Amazon has it in Kindle, Paperback, and Library editions.
Books like this are perfect in guest bedrooms. They provide a little entertaining reading for a visitor as opposed to a novel which a visitor probably hesitates to begin.