In addition to defeating a bear, Ragnar also had to subdue a large hound with his bare hands before gaining Lagertha's hand in marriage.
Answer: 44 years
The Arizona Cardinals went from 1947 to 1998 without making the playoffs.
The Femur is not only the longest bone in the human body, it is also the strongest bone. The Femur bone is located in the thigh.
Answer: 10 Million
An album or single must have sold at least 10 million copies before it receives diamond certification from the RIAA.
Answer: A Penalty
A penalty is not a possible outcome when a player serves in the game of tennis.
Valentine's Day is one of the most recognized and controversial holidays in the world, yet it is not officially celebrated anywhere!
The area behind the line of scrimmage, which usually consists of the quarterback and running backs, is called the backfield.
Answer: Tennis Court
The game of tennis is played on a tennis court. The standard size of a professional tennis court has a length of 78 feet and a width of 27 feet for the singles games. However, for the doubles matches, the width is measured at 36 feet.
Generally speaking only female reindeer or antlered, which would imply all of Santa's own are female.
Answer: Astoria Greengrass
Astoria Malfoy's maternal name is Astoria Greengrass.
Poaching moistens your food and allows you to cook over a long period of time without overcooking. Foods that are commonly poached include eggs, chicken, and vegetables.
Although most people could probably guess that Cupid's mother is Venus, the goddess of love, they may (or may not) be surprised to find out that Mars (Ares), the god of war, is generally considered to be his dad.
Answer: A Pod
A group of whales is commonly called a pod, a school or a gam.
Answer: New York - The Long Island club was founded in 1891.
Answer: The Bee Gees
Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb were all founding members of the Bee Gees, a band they formed in 1958.
Students at MIT took control of the lighting system of the Green Building and conducted a 21-storey (300-foot) game of "Tetris".