Pillows may seem to you the most common thing in every household but their history and design have full of jaw-dropping elements.
Throughout history, pillows have been used as a weapon. Even in hand combat and samurai training, it has been used as a substitute for the sword.
Earlier pillows were treated as a luxury item, and only the wealthy used to keep them.
We spend over 229,961 hours in our entire life on pillows just sleeping and snuggling!
Unlike modern plushy pillows, the people in the olden days were using hardwood, rock, or metal pillows.
The world's most expensive pillow cost a whooping amount of S57,000. It is made of mulberry silk and stuffed with dutch memory foam.
The most common pillow shape in the United States is a classic rectangle while in other parts of the world people generally use round, oval, or cylindrical pillows.
The world's largest body pillow was created by David Dobrik, it measures 60 feet long and 18 feet wide.
The world's biggest pillow fight with 7,681 participants was achieved by MyPillow, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.