Here's a list of interesting trivia about peanuts and peanut butter: definitely the kind of stuff you want to say at bar or parties to pick up girls!
Peanut Trivia: Did you know?
The two major peanut producers in the US are, in order, Georgia and Texas; peanuts are also Georgia's official state crop, with at least 50% of the production being used for peanut butter
Other minor peanut producers are Alabama, Florida, North and South Carolina, Oklahoma and Virginia
An 18oz jar of peanut butter needs 850 peanuts to be made
The USA produce about 6% of the world's crop of peanuts: by comparison India and China, together, produce about 70%
About 65% of those peanuts are used worldwide for the production of peanut oil; another 20% is used for the production of candy
Peanut oil accounts for 8% of the worldwide edible oil production
The national peanut month is March: it started as the national week in 1941 and was later "promoted" to a full month in 1974
Two presidents of the USA, Jimmy Carter and Thomas Jefferson, were peanut farmers
Peanuts are not actually nuts: they are legumes and grow underground
Peanuts account for 2/3rds of the total snack "nuts" consumption in the USA
The world's largest peanut is 20 feet tall, and it's currently kept in Turner County, Georgia
One acre of peanut crop yields 2860 pounds of peanuts, enough to make 30000 peanut butter sandwiches
Americans eat 700 million pounds every year (3lbs per person), which could theoretically cover the entire floor of the Grand Canyon