“I think and think for months and years. Ninety-nine times, the conclusion is false. The hundredth time I am right.”
– Albert Einstein
There are 100 cents in a dollar, 100 pennies in a pound, 100 céntimos in a neuvo sol and 100 paisas in a rupee. Decimal currency rocks.
The Hundred Years War actually lasted 116 years. And if you think there should be an apostrophe after “Years”, the BBC disagrees with you.
A centurion in the Roman army actually only commanded 80 men. They probably should have been called Octoginions.
Australian cricket legend Don Bradman made 29 centuries in his Test Cricket career, finishing with a batting average of 99.94. That had to hurt.
The 100 Metre Track scene from the ABC satire ‘The Games’ (and the brilliance of John Clarke and Brian Daw):
Sleeping Beauty slept for 100 years. I envy her.
The sum of the first nine consecutive prime numbers is 100. That’s mathematics. Cool, huh?
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. This is good for tea, bad for coffee. Trust me.
100 years ago today, no fabulously famous people were born.
Oh, and this is my 100th post.