Need a term to describe your habit of buying too many books? The Japanese have a word for that.

Does it matter to you how the inventor of the GIF thinks you should pronounce the word? Either way, we’ve got that, too.

We’ve got all that, along with ancient Egyptian doctors who were extremely specialized and more in this set of tasty, tasty facts:

7. Japan has a word for that…

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6. Robert Heft really wanted an A.

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5. Dr. Marshall was his own guinea pig.

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Sometimes, you have to ask for forgiveness instead of permission…

4. Iceland’s president hates pineapple on pizza.

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Dang. That’s a hard-line stance…

I personally prefer pineapple and pepperoni on my pizza.

If you don’t like it, I don’t GAF because the pizza is all for me anyhow…

3. The creator of the GIF hates that you won’t pronounce it right.

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I think Steve’s wasting his time. So are all the Steve supporters. The campaign to “correct” the pronunciation of GIF actually moved me from being unaware to not caring, and then straight to the uncompromising hard-G camp.

If I’m not buying peanut butter, that word means nothing to me…

2. Ancient Egypt had proctologists

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I’d call mine “Royal Pipe Cleaners,” if I were king.

1. Fallstreak holes are wicked cool

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So, in a way, this is technically a visual representation of “The sky is falling”…

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