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Totally Useless Information with Nick & Roy

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  This week on the show – What fashion trend from the past is coming back? Special guest Taylor Kaye explains. Why was salt important to the Romans? Does a peace lily really absorb sound? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy.
This week on the show – How are Michael Jackson’s red jacket in Thriller and Indiana Jones’s hat in The Raiders of the Lost Arc related?  Why has a company in Singapore used urine to make beer?  And, did gladiatrices really exist?   Listen, lau
This week Nick and Roy speak to world famous Australian-Italian comedian, Joe Avati. He shares some hilarious Italian customs. Plus, Nick and Roy explore geography, and explore some quirky inventions. Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy.
This week on the show - Does your tongue gain weight?  Can pistachios go boom?  And, why do people who sleep on their stomachs have more sexual dreams than those who don’t?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Send us a voice message at
This week- Which is faster: the blink of an eye or the deployment of an air bag?  Where did the word etcetera come from? Can you hold your nose and hum at the same time? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Send us a voice message at www
This week on the show – Which Pope worked as a nightclub bouncer? How many times does the average baseball pitch rotate before reaching home plate?  And, do spider webs have healing properties? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email
How did Climax, a small village in Saskatchewan, get its name?  Is there such a thing as a Museum of Failure? And what was the first American film to show a toilet on the big screen?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick & Roy. Email us at www.ni
This week on the show- How do lobsters communicate?  What iconic company created a men’s cologne that no one would buy because it smelled so bad?  Where did they use cabbage to cure baldness? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us
This week on the show- what classical guitar composition inspired the iconic Nokia ring tone? Does listening to jazz make you smarter? Why is a defective car called a "lemon"? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandr
This week – Do birds have knees?  Is sex in zero gravity possible? And, where did the expression “the elephant in the room” come from?   Listen, laugh and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week - Who holds the world record for removing and replacing a car engine? Is it better to squat or sit?  The answer may change your life!  Author Ronald Blumer explains.  And, what is a “lederhosen heist”?  Listen, laugh, and learn with N
This week on the show- Why did the ancient Greeks feed their Olympic athletes cheesecake? Did Shakespeare create the “your momma” jokes? Why do we say ouch when we get hurt? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy Email us at www.nickandroy.
This Week- what problems did the invention of the revolving door solve? Who invented the “French cuff”? (hint: it wasn’t the French). What was the first toy ever advertised on television? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at
This week- Who invented shampoo? What is a Vietnamese Dong? Can humans tickle themselves?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. . Email us at www.nickandroy.com
On this week's show - What country is named after a tree?  If a Venus Fly Trap is a carnivorous plant, will it digest a hamburger? What do 45% of drivers admit to doing while driving?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www
On this week’s show: What in the world is a Whipple tickle? How many dimples do golf balls have?  And have you heard of an outhouse race? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week- What do Frank Sinatra and Scooby-Doo have in common? When did men stop wearing nightdresses? Can a pencil-width strand of spider silk stop a Boeing 747?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week- Who holds the world record for drinking a bottle of ketchup? Why is peach fuzz important? Do champagne corks really fly out of the bottles at Mach 2?    Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week – Welcome to season 6! Have you “tittled” today? Which two continents share a city? And is it possible to burp in space? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. 
This week Nick and Roy celebrate 100 episodes of Totally Useless Information.  Listen, laugh, and learn. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week- Nick & Roy welcome special guest, tech and games expert, Marc Saltzman. What iconic video games from the 1980s were button-free?   What’s the name of the guy in jail on the Monopoly gameboard? Who sparked a fad with his “Antsy Pants
This week- How many languages did Cleopatra speak fluently?  Did Russia really run out of vodka in WWII?  What do rodents and lined paper have in common?  Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick and Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.com
This week- How many calories can you burn by laughing 10-15 minutes a day? How many miles can you drive after your gas gauge displays “E”?  Why does a lemon always float to the top of your glass? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick & Roy.   Emai
This week - Nick & Roy explore a new topic on money and finances. Is Canadian currency edible? How much does it cost to produce a U.S. penny? You'll be surprised to find out! Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick & Roy. Email us at www.nickandroy.
This week- What inspired the great song “American Pie”? How did the invention of the automobile change women’s fashion? Did men ever wear high heels? Listen, laugh, and learn with Nick & Roy.
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