• Aunt Jemima who invented pancakes

    Who Invented Pancakes – The Unknown Mystery?

    With the sunday morning camping stove strong at work, someone asks, ‘Who invented pancakes.’? To your amazement Uncle Bob responds, As a matter of fact…I have a story for you. Who Invented Pancakes – the History of Pancakes I would very much liked to have been there to see who invented pancakes.  But since I […]

  • who invented dodgeball

    Who Invented Dodgeball?

    Who invented dodgeball?  The answer to the question is simple and complex. No it was not Ben Stiller. Who Invented Dodgeball? Augustus Hagerson from Africa invented dodgeball in 1832. While you may find the some of the following answers below for the question ‘who invented dodgeball’, it is the common knowledge that Augustus was the inventor. Incredible […]

  • who invented toothpaste a historic picture

    Who Invented Toothpaste?

    Who invented toothpaste? A manuscript from Egypt in the 4th century A.D. gives the earliest known mention of toothpaste!  It prescribes a mixture of powdered salt, mint leaves, iris flowers, and pepper.  One interesting fact is that urine was the base for many early toothpaste formulations. However, toothpastes or powders did not come into general use until the 19th […]

  • bowling

    Who Invented Bowling?

    Who invented bowling?  Bowling balls and pins were found in the tomb of an Egyptian king who died in 5,200 B.C.  Epic Bowling Fails – Funny Bowling Compilation Video Who invented bowling? It wasn’t any of these people.  Hilarious and funny epic bowling fail video below.  Who Invented Bowling – Historic Evidence Throwing stone balls […]

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    Who Invented Microsoft?

    Who invented Microsoft…the company was initially invented/founded by Paul Allen and Bill Gates on April 4, 1975.  Albequerque New Mexico was the home of where it started with just 6 employees. On January 1, 1975 the Altair 8800 was shown on the cover of Popular Electronics and inspired the young Paul Allen and Bill Gates.  They […]

  • shoes

    Who Invented Shoes?

    Who invented shoes?  While sandals were found in a Fort Rock Cave in the Oregon in 1938 (that were dated from 7,000 or 8,000 B.C) we don’t know who invented these sandals, and I wouldn’t count them as the invention of shoes.  So who invented shoes? Who Invented Shoes – The Armenians? The world’s oldest leather shoe,, […]

  • who invented homework

    Who Invented Homework?

    So you want to know who invented homework so you can give him/her a piece of your mind? So who Invented Homework? Roberto Nevilis is believed to have started the practice of doing homework in Italy in 1095. The Most Epic Response to Homework Ever Watch this funny video below to see how to respond to your […]

  • who invented soccer

    Who Invented Soccer?

    You may know the sport by the name soccer.  Most of the world knows the sport by “futbol” (pronounced football).  A rose by any other name is still a rose, and soccer/futbol is a very successful, popular, and exciting sport.  Soccer is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries.  How did soccer come to […]

Aunt Jemima who invented pancakes

Who Invented Pancakes – The Unknown Mystery?

With the sunday morning camping stove strong at work, someone asks, ‘Who invented pancakes.’? To your amazement Uncle Bob responds, As a matter of fact…I have a story for you. Who Invented Pancakes – the History of Pancakes I would very much liked to have been there to see who invented pancakes.  But since I […]

who invented dodgeball

Who Invented Dodgeball?

Who invented dodgeball?  The answer to the question is simple and complex. No it was not Ben Stiller. Who Invented Dodgeball? Augustus Hagerson from Africa invented dodgeball in 1832. While you may find the some of the following answers below for the question ‘who invented dodgeball’, it is the common knowledge that Augustus was the inventor. Incredible […]

who invented toothpaste a historic picture

Who Invented Toothpaste?

Who invented toothpaste? A manuscript from Egypt in the 4th century A.D. gives the earliest known mention of toothpaste!  It prescribes a mixture of powdered salt, mint leaves, iris flowers, and pepper.  One interesting fact is that urine was the base for many early toothpaste formulations. However, toothpastes or powders did not come into general use until the 19th […]

bowling

Who Invented Bowling?

Who invented bowling?  Bowling balls and pins were found in the tomb of an Egyptian king who died in 5,200 B.C.  Epic Bowling Fails – Funny Bowling Compilation Video Who invented bowling? It wasn’t any of these people.  Hilarious and funny epic bowling fail video below.  Who Invented Bowling – Historic Evidence Throwing stone balls […]

microsoft

Who Invented Microsoft?

Who invented Microsoft…the company was initially invented/founded by Paul Allen and Bill Gates on April 4, 1975.  Albequerque New Mexico was the home of where it started with just 6 employees. On January 1, 1975 the Altair 8800 was shown on the cover of Popular Electronics and inspired the young Paul Allen and Bill Gates.  They […]

shoes

Who Invented Shoes?

Who invented shoes?  While sandals were found in a Fort Rock Cave in the Oregon in 1938 (that were dated from 7,000 or 8,000 B.C) we don’t know who invented these sandals, and I wouldn’t count them as the invention of shoes.  So who invented shoes? Who Invented Shoes – The Armenians? The world’s oldest leather shoe,, […]

who invented homework

Who Invented Homework?

So you want to know who invented homework so you can give him/her a piece of your mind? So who Invented Homework? Roberto Nevilis is believed to have started the practice of doing homework in Italy in 1095. The Most Epic Response to Homework Ever Watch this funny video below to see how to respond to your […]

who invented soccer

Who Invented Soccer?

You may know the sport by the name soccer.  Most of the world knows the sport by “futbol” (pronounced football).  A rose by any other name is still a rose, and soccer/futbol is a very successful, popular, and exciting sport.  Soccer is played by 250 million players in over 200 countries.  How did soccer come to […]