Taylor's Tidbits

A Daily Dose of Useless Facts and Information!

The MGM lion's roar present in today's films is actually a tiger’s roar. Originally the roar was that of a lion, but in 1982, Mark Mangini redid the sound since "lions don't make that kind of ferocious noises, and the MGM logo needs to be ferocious and majestic."

Picasso burned most of his early work to keep warm

"Ba Ba Black Sheep" is actually about tax problems in the 13th century

The word lasagna originally referred to the pot it was cooked in rather than the food itself

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