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Axe Body Spray once shut down an entire school because the 6th grade boys produced an excessive stench that landed 8 kids in the hospital. Many schools have banned the spray altogether due to the "Wall of Axe", which occurs when groups of boys who doused themselves after gym congregate in the hallways and suffocate everyone in the general vicinity. It's also been known to set off smoke alarms.

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The book "Where the Wild Things Are" was originally named “Where the Wild Horses Are" until the author, Maurice Sendak, realized he couldn't draw horses. When the editor asked what he could draw, Sendak replied "things."

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