In the second volume of David Hailwood and FJ Riley’s ridiculously accurate Not a Lot of People Know That, we learn that all winning Lottery numbers add up to 56, the University of Life is a real place, and 36% of Mexican waves are started by fly-swatters. We hear the story of the world’s least successful fake hermit, and discover why the Isle of Skye is populated almost entirely by injured celebrity chefs. Based on literally minutes of painstaking research, Not a Lot of People Know That Vol. 2 is the most well-informed book since Not a Lot of People Know That Vol. 1.
I am suing
This book made me have a stroke
A lot (I am not saying all) of this seems EXTREMELY unlikely as I was was reading this I found many of the "facts" very amusing but also very unlikely if you can prove it possible I would let you say I told you so but I would like to see you try to prove some of the bizarre things stated in this book as well as the first volume