1,423 QI Facts to Bowl You Over

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ISBN 9780571339105 Format Hardback
9780571339105
Paperback
Published 05/10/2017 Length 400 pages
400

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The eye-popping, gob-smacking, rib-tickling phenomenon that is QI serves up a brand new selection of 1,423 facts to bowl you over.

Iceland imports ice cubes
A group of ladybirds is called a loveliness
It is illegal in Saudi Arabia to name a child Sandi
Eight billion particles of fog can fit into a teaspoon
People who read books live longer than people who don’t
Prince Philip was born on a kitchen table in Corfu
No human beings have ever had sex in space
Netflix’s biggest competitor is sleep
Mice sigh up to 40 times an hour

The eye-popping, gob-smacking, rib-tickling phenomenon that is QI serves up a brand new selection of 1,423 facts to bowl you over.Iceland imports ice cubesA group of ladybirds is called a lovelinessIt is illegal in Saudi Arabia to name a child SandiEight billion particles of fog can fit into a teaspoonPeople who read books live longer than people who don’tPrince Philip was born on a kitchen table in CorfuNo human beings have ever had sex in spaceNetflix’s biggest competitor is sleepMice sigh up to 40 times an hour
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