Friday fact

If you somehow found a way to extract all of the gold from the bubbling core of our lovely little planet, you would be able to cover all of the land in a layer of gold up to your knees.

Friday fact

Iceland has an elf whisperer who inspects construction sites before anything gets built to make sure no elves are hanging...

Friday fact

The creature that kills the most people every year isn’t snakes, sharks, or even other humans — it’s the...

Friday fact

The community-building effect of barbershops dates back to ancient Rome, where they have first been documented as places where news, rumors, and etc. were spread. The barbershop and public bath were the two favorite places where people went to unwind.

Friday fact

Historians also tell us that barbers used to be considered holy men in some ancient cultures. In ancient Egypt, barbering was mostly performed by priests. It was said they helped keep evil spirits away from their devotees by trimming off unsightly...

Friday fact

The symbolic barber pole evolved from bloodletting. Some say the white represents the bandages, the red the blood, and the blue the veins.💈✂️

Friday fact

The barber’s trade is an ancient one. Razors have been found among relics of the Bronze Age- Barbering was introduced to Rome by the Greek colonies in Sicily in 296 B.C., and barber shops quickly became very popular centres for daily news and gossip. A morning visit...