Titanic trivia? Sure!
Icebergs too? As you wish.
What does he or she mean about “that way”? I’m not sure, but it probably involves a riding crop and lots of Vaseline.
Looks like Marie McMillin was a real person and so is the story. (The actual dialogue might’ve been altered somewhat for marketing purposes.)
Here she is fo’ reals.
And the Internet being the Internet, somebody asked if it’s possible to smoke a cigarette while skydiving.
Fun facts: Lucky Strike started out at chewing tobacco.
The Lucky Strike logo was redesigned in 1940 by Raymond Loewy on a $50,000 bet he couldn’t make it better than the old one.
Fun fact: The earliest known cigar is from an image on a 10th century Mayan pot. So if cavemen smoked cigars, they probably used their caves as humidors, but this is purely speculation on my part.
Another fun fact: It’s also highly unlikely cavemen ever used clubs.
Trivia: A skilled male cigar roller is called a torcedor.
Trivia: “Close, but no cigar.” Its origin comes from being screwed over by a carnie. As for “Give that man a cigar,” same place but with a happy ending.
“She’s right behind me, isn’t she.”