Guinness is one of the most popular beers in the world – and with good reason! Even though it’s so dark, it’s flavor profile is smooth and drinkable by almost everyone. As an Irish classic, it’s no wonder people from all over the world visit Dublin to see the headquarters.
But what do you know besides how delicious it is? Check out these 30 mouthwatering facts about Guinness and be even more impressed by this simple yet delicious beer!
Nike is one of the world’s most popular retailers of athletic clothing and footwear, but there are many things about the company which the average person doesn’t know. Despite most of the Western population owning at least one item made by Nike, there are many interesting facts which are relatively unknown.
Ireland! Home to Guinness, river dancing, and leprechauns! But did you know Saint Patrick wasn’t Irish? What about the origins of Halloween? Can you try your hand at pronouncing the longest place name in Ireland? It’s 25 characters long! Find the answer to all these questions and more with these 30 magical facts about Ireland!
Sunday, for most of us, is the final day of the week. Sunday night is the herald of Monday, and the death of the weekend.
However, in some countries, Sunday is considered the first day of the week, not the last.
Sunday is often a day of rest for many around the world, with business and banks not often opening on a Sunday or just opening for shorter hours. There are a few weird facts about Sunday, so let’s get on it with it!
Saturday is the first official day of the regular two-day weekend, and is a day usually synonymous with sleeping in late, being lazy, or going for a night out to paint the town.
Saturday is often the most common day of the week for sports to take place, often ensuring maximum turn-out from fans who would otherwise be working in the week.
There’s quite a few interesting facts about Saturdays themselves, as well as a tapestry of really interesting names for Saturday around the world, so without further delay let’s get to it.
Friday is widely considered to be the last day of the working week worldwide, and for those who work a Monday to Friday job, it’s the beginning of the weekend and therefore the most glorious weekday around.
There are a few different acronyms that float about for Friday and there are also a couple different Friday dress-codes encouraged in the corporate world.
Friday is also a day synonymous with superstition whenever it falls upon the 13th day of the month, but do you know what the fear of Friday the 13th is called? Or do you know where the name for Friday comes from? Well, the answers are all here, so let’s get on with it. Happy Friday people!