23. Pigs are constitutionally protected in Florida.
The Constitution of the State of Florida, first written in 1838, ensures the right to privacy, freedom of speech, and the right of pregnant pigs to be free from cages. Unlike other ridiculous or obsolete legislation, this amendment is recent (passed in 2002) and comes from a well-meaning place: the prohibition of animal cruelty. Throughout pregnancy, a pig must not be caged or even limited in such a way that it can not turn around freely.
24. Sweat doesn’t actually stink.
You might find that any sweat you produce after a shower doesn’t smell bad. It’s because your sweat doesn’t smell; it’s the bacteria on your skin it breaks down the sweat that creates the smell. You’ll probably notice that the sweat on your arms and legs doesn’t smell as bad as your armpits.