By Adam Alexander

by Adam Alexander
How many girls did Jerry date during Seinfeld? When did “The Wizard of Oz” come out! What songs did Barry Manilow write that you know but you didn’t know that was him? It’s Adam’s Fun Facts:
1. “Gone With the Wind” hit theaters on December 15th, 1939 exactly four months after “The Wizard of Oz”, which premiered on August 15th, 1939. (Wikipedia)

2. The Jerry Seinfeld character dated 66 different women over the course of “Seinfeld” and, obviously, all of those relationships failed for different, and usually ridiculous, reasons. (Kiwi Report)

3. Forty-six of the 50 states have at least one town or city named Riverside. Springfield is second-most common, there’s at least one in 34 states. (Conde Nast Traveler)

4. Barry Manilow wrote the jingle for State Farm Insurance, “Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.” He also wrote the jingle for Band-Aid, “I am stuck on Band-Aid brand ’cause Band-Aid’s stuck on me.” (Barry Net)

5. The medical term for a unibrow is synophrys. (sin-OFF-riss) (Wikipedia)

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