5 Things I Betcha Didn’t Know!

Here are some random facts for you . . .
1.Velveeta was invented in the early 1900s when a cheese company needed to figure out something to do with broken wheels of Swiss cheese they couldn't sell.
(editors note: Velveeta is like the only cheese Miss Sarah likes LOL)
 
2.  When the first Gap store opened in San Francisco in 1969, it only sold two things:  Levi's and records.
 3.  An advertising executive named Cliff Freeman came up with Little Caesars' "Pizza Pizza!" slogan . . . AND Wendy's "Where's the beef?" slogan.
 4.  George Washington didn't wear a wig.  He was really balding on top, curly on the sides, and had a ponytail.  He used powder to make his hair look white like a wig.
 5.  Linguists have determined that the five oldest words in English are who, two, three, I, and five.
Here are some random facts for you . . . 1.Velveeta was invented in the early 1900s when a cheese company needed to figure out something to do with broken wheels of Swiss cheese they couldn’t sell. (editors note: Velveeta is like the only cheese Miss Sarah likes LOL) 2. When the first Gap store opened in San Francisco in 1969, it only sold two things: Levi’s and records. 3. An advertising executive named Cliff Freeman came up with Little Caesars’ “Pizza Pizza!” slogan . . . AND Wendy’s “Where’s the beef?” slogan. 4. George Washington didn’t wear a wig. He was really balding on top, curly on the sides, and had a ponytail. He used powder to make his hair look white like a wig. 5. Linguists have determined that the five oldest words in English are who, two, three, I, and five.

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