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1 in every 200 young American women claims to have experienced a “virgin pregnancy”.
Young elephants, pandas, koalas, and hipposeat the feces of their mothers.
During the 16th century and until the late 19th, young boys in the Western world wore gowns or dresses up until the age of eight.
A young Elvis Presley was once told: “Stick to driving a truck, because you’ll never make it as a singer.”
The youngest known serial killer ever is Amerjeet Sada who killed 3 young children at the age of 8, including his neighbor’s baby whom he bludgeoned with a brick.
74% of young Indians prefer an arranged marriage over a free-choice one, a 2013 survey found.
A young Isaac Newton once threatened to burn his mother and stepfather alive.
Pluto was discovered by a young research assistant in 1930.
A Russian scientist attempted to achieve immortality by transfusing his blood with that of young people. He died after accidentally transfusing his blood with that of a malaria victim.
During WW2, Hajimi Fuji volunteered for the kamikaze but was refused because he had a wife and two children. His wife then drowned her two young girls and herself.
The law that first made public school compulsory in America framed ignorance as a Satanic ill to be circumvented through the education of the country’s young people.
As soon as they find a rock to anchor themselves to, young sea squirts eat their own brains.
In 1912, as a young man, former president of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh worked as the cook’s helper on a ship bound for the U.S.
In 38 U.S. states, more than 167,000 children —mostly girls, some as young as 12— were married from 2000 to 2010, mostly to men 18 or older.
Young Londoners spend almost 60% of their income on rent alone.
The 1967 film “Young Americans” is the only movie to receive an Oscar at the Academy Awards, only to have it taken away a few weeks after the ceremony.
Ephebiphobia is the fear of young people.
In 1859, a moral panic swept America over young people playing too much chess.
People recall more memories from young adulthood, compared to other periods of their life, a phenomenon called “reminiscence bump.”
In 2005, a young nun in Romania died at the hands of a priest during an exorcism after being bound to a cross, gagged, and left for days without food or water in an effort to expel demons.