Funes the Memorious

A List of Unusual Deaths:

456 BC: Aeschylus, Greek dramatist, according to legend, died when a vulture, mistaking his bald head for a stone, dropped a tortoise on it.

1543: Pedro de Valdivia, a dreaded conquistador, was captured by Native Americans and supposedly executed by pouring molten gold down his throat to satisfy his thirst for treasures.

1841: William Henry Harrison, ninth President of the United States, gave the longest inaugural address in the history of the United States in heavy snow and subsequently caught a cold. It developed into pneumonia and killed him in a month.

1960: Famed baritone Leonard Warren collapsed on the stage of the New York Metropolitan Opera of a massive stroke during a performance of La forza del destino. The last line he sang was "Morir? Tremenda cosa." ("To die? A terrible thing.")

Link to Wikipedia's list of unusual deaths.

A List of Fictional Expletives:
b'zugda hiara - From Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels. A scathing insult in dwarfish, which translates to "lawn ornament".
Hab SoSlI' Quch! - from Klingon "Your Mother has a smooth forehead." Worst curse/insult in Klingon language.
Nixon - used in books by Kinky Friedman, meaning a bowel movement. "The cat had taken a Nixon in my shoe."

Link to Wikipedia's List Of Fictional Expletives.

The Tetris Effect:

The Tetris effect refers to the ability of any activity to which people devote sufficient time and attention to begin to dominate their thoughts, images, and dreams. Read more.
Wikipedia Funes the memorious.