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Napoleon Bonaparte served as the emperor of France twice and conquered a good chunk of Europe. When it came to rabbits, though, “Le Petit Caporal” was no match for ‘em. For some fun history trivia, here is the full story. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t look now, but your fly is open. Ha ha—April Fool’s!
Give Me Tacos or Give Me Death!
In 1996 the fast-food chain Taco Bell issued a brief statement announcing its purchase of the Liberty Bell. According to the press release, Taco Bell was responding to an inquiry from the U.S. government about the possibility of reducing the national debt by selling off its national treasures to corporations. Taco Bell thought the Liberty Bell would make the ideal company logo. In fact, they planned to rename it the Taco Liberty Bell. Then, just a few hours after the announcement, Taco Bell quietly issued a retraction, saying the whole thing had been a big joke.