More things we learnt in 2005.
From the BBC.
31. Train passengers in the UK waited a total of 11.5m minutes in
2004 for delayed services.
32. "Restaurant" is the most mis-spelled word in search engines.
33. Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has only been in an English pub once,
to buy his wife cigarettes.
34. The Little Britain wheelchair sketch with Lou and Andy was
inspired by Lou Reed and Andy Warhol.
35. The name Lego came from two Danish words "leg godt", meaning
"play well". It also means "I put together" in Latin.
36. The average employee spends 14 working days a year on personal
e-mails, phone calls and web browsing, outside official breaks,
according to employment analysts Captor.
37. Cyclist Lance Armstrong's heart is almost a third larger than
the average man's.
38. Nasa boss Michael Griffin has seven university degrees: a
bachelor's degree, a PhD, and five masters degrees.
39. Australians host barbecues at polling stations on general
40. An average Briton will spend £1,537,380 during his or her
lifetime, a survey from insurer Prudential suggests.