Just the other day, revolutionary blog YAYOS reached one thousand views. I cannot even begin to comprehend the massive number of readers that we have acquired, largely because I can never remember what comes after thirteen (fwelve, maybe?). Anyway, to commemorate this historic milestone, I have compiled some fun facts about the number 1000.
- The number of elephants used to transport the building materials for the Taj Mahal.
- Represented in Roman Numerals by M, or alternatively DCCLLLLXXXXVVVVVVVVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.
- The year in which gunpowder was invented in China, an advanced country still unable to discover the fork.
- The number of words equal to a single picture. All you have to do is submit your thousand-word essay to any museum, and you’re free to go in and take anything you want. Nobody will mind, those are just the rules.
- The number of jelly beans in the jar at your dentist’s office. That iPod Nano is as good as yours.
- The number of title canines in Disney’s upcoming Dalmatians sequel.
- Not an odd number, but still feels a little weird sometimes, just like anybody else.
- Written as 1×10^3 in scientific notation, if you’re into that kind of thing, baby.
- The number of years in a millennium, a time measurement named after the popular Backstreet Boys album.
- The total number of islands in an archipelago famous for its delicious salad dressing.
- The price, in dollars, for one night of pleasure you’ll never regret. Just call 785-273-0325. (Please do!)
- The cost of GOB Bluth’s suit, allegedly.
- Not a bad price for a human kidney, and the best part is that they’re practically everywhere!
- 1000 times more than anytime someone has ever said that they’re proud of me.
And there you have it, fwelve mind-stimulating facts honoring our first 1000 views, of which only 439 came from my father. Thank you all for your continued support.
Have some other interesting 1000 facts? Share them in the comments section!
(e.g. PJ Formica has been with over 1000 women. At once)