- Butt Hole Road was a street in Conisbrough, England. It became a tourist attraction because of its suggestive name.
- The voice of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse were actually married in real life.
- Space is smelly!!!
- Cranberries are sorted for ripeness by being bounced.
- The longest full name ever of a person.
Yes!! Singing is good for your health. This is according to vocal coach Helen Astrid from the Helen Astrid Singing Academy (not exactly an objective source of information). Still, singing exercizes your heart and lungs, and releases endorphins that make you feel good!
It also can increase lung capacity, improve posture, clear respiratory tubes and sinuses. If you’re singing correctly, you can also tone your stomach and back muscles. You can even live longer. One study found that singing can increase the amount of immune system proteins!
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