We already brought you parts one and two of our list of the 20 most unbelievable WTF facts, and now we’re back with our final installment of part three! Check out seven more completely ludicrous facts that will make you go “WTF” and then some below. You might be surprised by what you learn!
Number Seven: We All Start Out as A**holes. Literally. The anus is the very first part of the body to form in the womb, so after you are conceived, you begin as just an a**hole.
Number Six: One of the First Slave Owners Was African American. This one is especially WTF-worthy. One of the very first slave owners was a man named Anthony Johnson. Interestingly, Johnson was an African American man.
Number Five: Conjoined Twins Are Not Always Twins. In 2005, a baby was born that was conjoined to a twin who had a head, but no body! Though the conjoined twin had no second body, his head could still both blink and smile.
Number Four: Some Women Have an Orgasm During Birth. Though many women describe giving birth as one of the most painful experiences of their entire life, some women find it immensely pleasurable. The hormones released during labor and delivery can sometimes cause pleasure so intense it results in an orgasm.
Number Three: Mothers Used to Show Sons Affection With a Blowjob. Instead of kissing their sons, mothers in the Manchu tribe would suck their sons’ genitalia in public instead. Kissing in public was considered sexual, whereas putting their child’s penis in their mouth was completely acceptable. As far as WTF facts go, this one is hard to beat.
Number Two: There Are More Fake Flamingos Than Real Flamingos in the World. It’s true! There are more plastic flamingos than flesh-and-blood flamingos currently in existence. This can probably be attributed to the joke flamingos used so commonly to destroy yards on people’s milestone birthdays.
Number One: You Have Pac-Man in Your Head. Have you ever listened to the sound made when you put your finger in your ear and scratch it? Well, you should now! If you’re a fan of Pac-Man, you might be surprised (and delighted) to learn that putting your finger in your ear and scratching it sounds an awful lot like gameplay during Pac-Man.