Little-known facts about Atlanta!
- Atlanta resident Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind because an ankle injury kept her from leaving the city and she was very bored.
- Atlanta is still proud that it hosted the Olympics in 1996, for some reason.
- In 1886 Atlanta, Dr. John S. Pemberton invented Coca-Cola to usher in a new era of obesity but passed away before his dream was realized.
- Every year, Atlanta hosts DragonCon, a multigenre convention and parade celebrating science fiction, fantasy, and comic books which commences nerd mating season
- Atlanta was chosen as a hub for Delta airlines because it’s only a three hour plane ride to some place better.
- Atlanta is believed to be named after the goddess Atalanta, who was raised by bears. The cult responsible for the naming is still active and its hooded members can often be spotted along the new beltline walking path.
- Elle and Dakota Fanning, Jane Fonda, Holly Hunter, Ed Helms, Raven-Symoné, Chris Tucker, and Julia Roberts were all born in Atlanta and now live somewhere else.
- Tourist attractions in downtown Atlanta includes the worlds largest aquarium and Coca-Cola’s ‘World of Propaganda.’
- Stone Mountain, outside Atlanta, is one of the largest blocks of exposed granite racism in the world.
- A law still stands on the books from 1927 that states that good Chinese restaurants aren’t allowed anywhere in the city except Buford Highway.
- The symbol or mascot of Atlanta is “A man from another area in the south who thinks Atlanta is great!”
- Atlanta is an official celestial conduit to heaven, with branches of Zesto’s serving as departure terminals for all believers chubby enough to survive the trip.
- There are over 55 streets with the name “Peachtree” in the city, all with their own rival gangs that brawl during any eclipse.
- What we call “Atlanta” is only the surface of a much, much larger subterranean city, which comprises 91% of the mass, 87% of the energy consumption, and nearly 100% of the Tinder spam bots.