This week has provided us with a bonanza of facts. Here are two of the fanciest facts we could find.
**Fancy Fact #1:** Regarding [The Fourth Estate Restaurant](http://www.groupon.com/washington-dc/deals/the-fourth-estate-restaurant#voice) in Washington, DC, which is housed within the National Press Club.
Lounge around at The National Press Club for some great people watching and you’re likely to overhear entertaining gossip about today’s top journalists. Groupon investigative researchers recently picked up some notable gossip documenting the little rituals and superstitions that news anchors perform before going on-air each night. Here are just a few that have been divulged to us:
- Edward R. Murrow: Consumed entire roast chicken in under one minute.
- Walter Cronkite: Split wooden plank over face and screamed “Get some!” into camera.
- Sam Donaldson: Does his own eyebrows.
- Barbara Walters: Lies fully clothed in empty bathtub listening to MP3s of whale songs.
- Dan Rather: Burns a doll made of own hair while whispering, “And so it begins.”
**Fancy Fact #2:** Discovered while researching [D’ames Day Spa](http://www.groupon.com/san-diego/deals/dames-day-spa#voice), a wonderful day spa in San Diego.
D’ames Day Spa offers a variety of soothing treatments—during the day. But many clients are turning to a whole new kind of spa experience: the night spa. The services it offers are similar, but with the mystery and intrigue that could only happen at night. Here are the key differences between a day spa and a night spa:
- Day Spa: Relaxing massage treatments
- Night Spa: Gosh darn vampires everywhere
- Day Spa: Rejuvenating skin treatments
- Night Spa: Reanimating skin experiments
- Day Spa: Beautifying waxing services
- Night Spa: The wind is driving everyone insane; a mysterious figure appears on a cloud of dust