By Adam Alexander

by Adam Alexander
What is the oldest city in the United States? What was the first video game developed in Africa? What is odd about the way American’s drink milk? All that and more with Adam’s Fun Facts:
1. The United States is one of the few countries that drinks milk cold. Most other countries use a different method of pasteurization that keeps milk good even when it’s not refrigerated, and they like drinking it at room temperature. (Thrillist)

2. The first Nintendo game ever developed in Africa was “Donald Duck: Goin’ Quackers” for Nintendo 64. It was created in Morocco. (Wikipedia)

3. St. Augustine was the first and now is the oldest city in the United States, founded by the Spanish in 1565.  They also have an alligator farm and zoological park which was founded in St. Augustine in 1893 and is still in operation today. (Travelingwiththejones)

4. There was an episode of “Scrubs” in 2002 where Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke’s characters went skydiving and they had stunt doubles do the skydive. So their stunt doubles met on set that day and now they’re married. (Scrubs Wikia)

5. The McDonald’s character Grimace was originally evil!  In 1971 he was called Evil Grimace and his goal was to steal milkshakes but by 1972 they turned him into a purple monster who’s a good guy and not very bright. (Wikipedia)

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