Saturday, 31 December 2016

Overwhelming evidence’ that Planet X will DESTROY Earth in 2017

Paranormal researchers have been investigating the possibility of Planet X for several years now, and some believe that it is now travelling towards Earth.
Research scientist David Meade claims that an entire different solar system is on a collision course with our own and that Planet X, which the conspiracy theorist believes is actually a star, and its gravitational pull will cause widespread destruction here on Earth that will ultimately lead to the end of humanity.
Mr Meade, an author who wrote the book ‘Planet X – The 2017 Arrival’, believes that the devastating Planet X will bring with it “seven orbiting bodies”, including Nibiru, a large, blue planet.
The conspiracy theorist believes that the star system is difficult to spot because of the angle that it is approaching Earth.-READ MORE AND WATCH VIDEO

Saturday, 24 December 2016

Weird Christmas traditions happening this weekend around the world

Christmas means a lot of different things to a lot of different people, even within the same country, city or household.
To many people in Britain, it often entails seeing family you’ve missed, confronting family you haven’t missed, heavy drinking, twee Christian traditions, re-runs of classic feel-good films, the commodification of gift-giving, or simply a few days’ off to listen to your old-fashioned Nan rant about the country going down the pan.
While the majority of Britons will celebrate Christmas in some capacity, only a minority of the world’s population will, with two billion Christians and non-Christians across the globe recognising the holiday.
The traditional red and white Santa outfit has become a global costume that most prominently represents Christmas, worn to do all sorts of sporting, social and charity events over December worldwide.READ MORE

Saturday, 10 December 2016

Skull casket holding human bones reveals weird burial rituals

Skullcap containing bits of boneDeath was a complicated business in prehistoric Brazil. Cadavers were meticulously dismembered and put on public display. Some parts seem to have been cooked and eaten, and then the bones were carefully tidied up and buried.
On at least one occasion, a skullcap became a convenient storage container for cooked and defleshed bones.
These intricate rituals offer a unique glimpse into the belief system of an ancient hunter-gatherer people, according to the international team of archaeologists investigating the burials – but other researchers caution about reading too much into the curious finds.
The hunter-gatherers who lived in central South America 10,000 or so years ago have traditionally been seen as simple people who were reluctant to embrace novelty.
But AndrĂ© Strauss at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany, takes a different view. He and his colleagues have excavated burials at Lapa do Santo in east-central Brazil. They have found evidence that burial practices changed dramatically not once, but twice in just 2000 years.Read More

Saturday, 3 December 2016

The weird case of the man who tried to eat himself, and other bizarre brain disorders

Soldier Warren McKinlay spent 18 months as a “walking corpse” after a rare condition left him thinking he was dead.
Warren, 35, from Essex, had Cotard’s syndrome , a billion-to-one condition that leaves sufferers believing they are deceased, as we revealed in the Mirror this week. Some patients even die from starvation after not feeling a need to eat.
But his condition is not the one where the brain plays tricks on the patient. And doctors are still in the dark about the reasons behind many of these rare syndromes.
From believing your loved one is one of the body snatchers to feeling as if the room is shrinking like in Alice In Wonderland, many of these conditions sound more like science fiction, than medical fact...2 More

Saturday, 26 November 2016

10 weird American Thanksgiving foods explained

There’s a misconception about Thanksgiving food in America.
Yes, for some it’s about roast turkey and trimmings but for others it seems that anything goes.
As a result there are some seriously weird recipes out there.
Who wants plain old turkey when you can cover one with vodka or roast it with anchovies?
And who’s missing roasted potatoes and Yorkshire puddings when you’ve got sides like frog eye salad?
Well, I’ll let you be the judge of that.
Here are 10 bizarre dishes that Americans have actually considered making for Thanksgiving.

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Saturday, 19 November 2016

the mount holly witch trails

One week after a triple murder in Escambia County, Florida, the sheriff announced the possibility that the murders may be linked to witchcraft.
While most people are familiar with the story of the infamous witch trials that took place in Salem, Massachusetts in 1692 and 1693, less well known are the legends told in the Mount Holly, NJ area of women being tried for witchcraft in that town in 1730. The story may stem from an article appeared on October 22, 1730 in the Pennsylvania Gazette, which allegedly chronicled a recent witch trial that taken place in Mount Holly.  The article explained in depth both the reasons those accused were suspected of practicing witchcraft as well as the actions undertaken to determine if they were truly tapping into dark powers.
According to the Gazette, locals began fearing the worst when their animals began acting strangely.  “...the Accused had been charged with making their Neighbours Sheep dance in an uncommon Manner, and with causing Hogs to speak and sing Psalms.”
The ability to control the actions of animals had long been considered a surefire sign of witchery, and the citizens of Mount Holly would not stand for it.  They rounded up those they held responsible, one witch and one wizard, and proceeded to test their innocence.  A  rowdy mob of 300 townsfolk forced a man and woman to undergo trials.  To validate the results, two members of the rabble also underwent these tests as a sort of litmus to prove their fair
First, the accused were weighed against copies of the Bible, -read more

Saturday, 5 November 2016

Y-fronts, dog shampoo and flannel shirts: when band merch gets weird

Disco balls: Todd Terje’s underpantsO
nce upon a time if you liked a band you braved passive aggressive record shop assistants and bought their latest 7-inch. Then came the Beatles, and all of a sudden you could buy lunch boxes, little figurines and tea towels. They kickstarted a merchandise continuum that eventually saw my little sister sleeping under a Backstreet Boys duvet cover while wearing a Take That T-shirt and waiting to be awoken by an ‘NSync alarm clock. Pandora’s box was opened, and there was nonsense, underwear and JLS condoms more

Saturday, 22 October 2016

10 uses for breast milk you never knew about

Breast milk can do more than simply nourish your baby.
In fact, not only can it treat a number of bodily ailments, but it can be made in to jewellery, food or even deodorant.
Here Femail takes a look at the top 10 weird and wonderful ways you can use breast milk that doesn't involve feeding your baby.

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sex robots

Sex with robots might seem like a strange idea, but there are many people who believe it may be the future. 
Now, experts in the field at planning to gather in London this year to discuss the technology and see it on display.
With a focus on 'teledildonics' and electronic hardware, the second annual 'International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots' will arrive in December. 

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Saturday, 15 October 2016

11 weird facts we bet you never knew about poo

weird poo facts
There are a lot of things we don't know about poo, even though it's such a normal part of our lives. 

From health facts to animal behaviour, we've got a list full of weird, amazing and helpful facts you probably never knew about poo.

1. An 'alcohol poo' is a very normal thing

If you've ever found yourself on the toilet after a heavy night of cocktails, wondering why every hangover comes equipped with diarrhoea, you're not alone. Alcohol makes your digestive tract work faster than it usually would, plus all of the extra liquid you've consumed means your body wants to flush it all out.

Dr. Ali Keshavarzian, director of digestive diseases at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, told BuzzFeed: 'The increased transit time means there's less time for absorption of water in the colon, so the stools are watery and come out as diarrhoea.

Remember to replace the lost electrolytes with an enzyme drink!read more

Behind the scenes look into the weird world of fetish parties from Tokyo to Berlin by artist MagLau-contains images of sexual nature

MagLau visited fetish parties across Europe and Japan to capture the black and white imagesTHE underbelly of fetish parties has been exposed in startling photographs captured by Belgian photographer MagLau.
The photographer dedicated three years to capturing the obsession with leather and chains, visiting fetish parties through Europe and more

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Ten weird and wonderful Star Trek memorabilia items on eBay right now

Destination Star Trek is coming to Birmingham for the first time, it has been confirmed.
Billed as Europe’s biggest celebration of the legendary TV series and films, stars of the show - including the iconic William Shatner - are set to descend on the NEC.
Guests from the original series will include William Shatner (Captain James T Kirk), George Takei (Hikaru Sulu), Walter Keonig (Ensign Pavel Chekov from series two) and Eddie Paskey (Lt Leslie, Star Trek), Bobby Clark (Gorn in original series episode ‘Arena’).
The event host will be Greg Grunberg, a producer and star of this year’s film Star Trek Beyond.
Fans will have the opportunity to meet the cast and production crew and to explore interactive exhibits at the event, which takes place from Friday, October 7 to Sunday, October 9, 2016.-read more

Saturday, 1 October 2016

The weird and WHACKY holiday homes to rent around the world

Quirky holiday homes to rentMost people would associate a bus as a vehicle useful for getting you to and from you holiday accommodation - not be the accommodation.
The Bus Stop in East Lothian, Scotland is spacious converted bus in the highlands with it’s own luxury wood-burning stove, barbecue and hot tub. It also boasts hand-crafted glass ceilings with panoramic views of Lammermuir Hills.
A start-of-the art living capsule known as the PurePod Cabbin in South Island, New Zeland shows that comfort and nature can co-exist.
The capsule combines a biofuel fire with glass roofing, flooring and walls for the ultimate view of the more

World of Weird review – entertaining, if not exactly edifying

Tim ‘Pricasso’ Patch and presenter Joel Dommett in their painting outfits.T
here’s a large branch of televisual entertainment that relies on people doing strange and disconcerting things, either as some kind of challenge or ritual humiliation, or as the price you pay for being allowed to call yourself a celebrity when you aren’t really. Then there are those folks who do odd things off their own bat, because they’re odd. You don’t have to give them reasons or offer them money. You just have to find them.
World of Weird (Channel 4) is a series that does just that, and it’s a very sturdy formula. The only possible difficulty its producers might have faced is a global shortage of weirdness, but once they tracked down the man who paints pictures with his penis, I’m sure they felt they were away.
Tim Patch – AKA Pricasso – lives in Queensland in a house he built himself. He wears an outsize pink top hat and matching bow tie when he works, and not much else. He produces, he reckons, about 1,000 canvases a year, mostly on commission, although success in his particular discipline comes at a price. “I go -read more

Saturday, 24 September 2016

15 supposedly weird things Scottish people do that no-one else understands

15 supposedly weird things Scottish people do that no-one else understands It may be bloody baltic up North but we’re a warm bunch of people with some pretty solid traditions. But some of the stuff that we class as normal and everyday in Scotland would be frowned upon anywhere else.
I’m not talking the big things like daring to want our country to have some kind of say in our futures by discussing independence. Naw, I’m on aboot stuff like shoving entire meals in pies, using an orange beverage as a vodka mixer, hoyin’ vinegary brown sauce on oor chips and calling our mates the c-word in every other sentence.
Here’s just 15 queer – but brilliant – Scottish habits that we find completely normal but anyone else would probably more

God's weird county: a pelican skeleton, a 6ft 8ins barman and a 37-mile 'wheelie'-Odd news from across Yorkshire

A pelican skeleton being auctioned by Tennantsn God’s own county you can be sure of weird and wonderful news.
In Leyburn, North Yorkshire, a sale of taxidermy and natural history specimens on October 12 includes oddities such as a pelican skeleton which was used as a prop in the film Nanny McPhee.
Among the 250 lots are a hippo, wallaby, duck-billed platypus and a three-legged mallard duck.
Other quirky lots to look out for include the skin of an African rock python, the skull of a giraffe, and a pair of French lop rabbits said to be ‘boxing one another.’read more

Saturday, 10 September 2016

Why goosebumps are redundant and other great body mysteries

When that coastal breeze kicks in at the beach, it’s time for a pilomotor reflex ...GO AHEAD, tickle yourself. We’ll wait here. You couldn’t even elicit a smirk, right?
The reason for this conundrum is that the command to tickle yourself is going through the same brain that usually responds to the sensation with a wriggly giggle, and the one cancels out the other.
Or as Sara-Jayne Blakemore, a researcher at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, explained it to Scientific American in 2007:
“The cerebellum can predict sensations when your own movement causes them but not when someone else does. When you try to tickle yourself, the cerebellum predicts the sensation and this prediction is used to cancel the response of other brain areas to the tickle.”
However, schizophrenics are able to tickle themselves. Researchers say it could be because they can’t link the tickle to their initial more

Odd couples: 16 weird and wonderful twinned towns

On the surface of it, twinned towns feel like an appropriate way for two like-minded settlements to promote unity and shared experience across the globe.
But dig a little deeper and the practically of brethren cities is a weird and wonderful world of arbitrary ties and local government banter.
With thanks to VoucherBox, who felt the need to compile some information on the most peculiar pairings, here are some of the best, worst, and more jarring twinned towns in the world. Come up with your own jokes where necessary.

1. Dull, Boring and Bland

The three unfortunately named towns, Dull in Scotland, Boring in the US state of Oregon, and Bland in Australia, have joined forces to make fun of each more

Saturday, 3 September 2016

World Beard Day: 15 brilliantly weird beard trends you need to try

15 brilliantly weird beard trends you need to tryHappy World Beard Day!
It’s probably a little too late to actually grow a beard to celebrate the occasion. Sorry.
But there are other ways to celebrate a day dedicated to the joy of beards.
Create a fake beard out of paper, for example. Draw one on your face with a felt tip pen. Don’t shave this morning, and pretend your stubble qualifies as a beard.
And of course, if you have a beard already, decorate it. That’s important.
Thankfully there have been plenty of brilliantly bizarre beard trends over the last few years to inspire your beard-y more

Saturday, 27 August 2016

Ten weird and fascinating things every Londoner needs to see at... the Natural History Museum

Ten weird and fascinating things every Londoner needs to see at... the Natural History MuseumCursed jewels, exotic beasts and mysterious terrors of the deep – for centuries everything strange and peculiar has fascinated our curious little minds. With an 80 million-strong collection, the curators at London's Natural History Museum aren't at all strangers to things wonderfully creepy and wildly eccentric. The weirdest and scariest of the bunch live in the Darwin Centre, a magical building home to 22 million barmy specimens that cover a colossal 27 kilometres of floor and shelve space. From 'oh hell no' gasp-inducing scary snakes to ginormous squids, you can go and see these magnificent monsters for yourself on the awesome 'Spirit Collection' tour. Along with some of the stars from the main collection, here are ten of the weirdest, most fascinating and absolutely terrifying things you'll see at this national treasure.  -read more

Saturday, 20 August 2016

From melon and cheese Kit Kats to cinnamon Pepsi: Bizarre flavours from around the world from top brands that you'll NEVER get back home

Starbucks offer a yoghurt frappuccino in Greece, or pick up a frozen shake flavoured with algarrobina syrup in Peru. The coffee  chain makes a frappuccino that tastes like a local dessert in Brazil, while the strawberries and cream drink is only available in the UKChocolate, vanilla and strawberry suddenly seem very mundane when you realise some of the very strange flavours being sold around the world.
From melon-and-cheese flavoured Kit Kats in Japan to yoghurt and mint Doritos in Turkey, a new visual guide shows you where you can buy some of the rarest - and often weirdest - flavours of your favourite brands.
It comes after a limited-edition range of Oreo cookies flavoured like Swedish fish sweets left die-hard fans in the US puzzled last week.-read more

Saturday, 6 August 2016

8 weird Olympic events that no longer exist

Although the Olympic games have ancient roots in Greece, the modern Olympic Games started in 1896 in Athens. And what a wild first few decades it was. While the International Olympic Committee was still new, the organization dipped its toes into lots of odd, one-off events to see what viewers and attendees would be most interested in.
Here a few events that are no longer part of the Games, for better or for worse. -read more

Sunday, 31 July 2016

9 surprising facts about the 1966 World Cup in England

There are several things about the 1966 World Cup we all learned a long time ago. You probably know it's the only trophy the England football team have ever won. You must be aware Sir Geoff Hurst bagged a hat-trick in the final. And, unless you're REALLY bad at maths, you will know that on 30th July 2016, it will be exactly 50 years since that glorious day at Wembley. However, while we all know the obvious details, there are a whole load of 1966 World Cup facts that could really surprise you… 1. Only one of the quarter-finals was on TV 1966 was a much smaller tournament than the modern World Cups, with only 16 teams competing. Even so, not all of the games were on television. It seems inconceivable in an era where Fifa re-jigged the 2014 draw a little to give England-Italy in Manaus a better time-slot for Europe, but in 1966 all four quarter-finals kicked off at 3pm on a Saturday more

Saturday, 23 July 2016

Five weird and wonderful hair loss treatments

Balding men go to great lengths to protect the hair left on their headsI
n over 15 years of counselling men dealing with hair loss, I’ve pretty much heard it all. Weird, wacky, and even frankly worrisome: there are treatments out there that make you want to shake your head with laughter, incredulous that anyone would resort to such desperate – and unscientific – measures.
But however colourful the treatments I'm about to tell you about, they carry a serious message: that men care deeply about their hair. The fact is that 55 per cent of men experience male pattern baldness by the age of 35, and that partly explains why more than $2 billion is spent annually by these vulnerable blokes on often futile cures more

Saturday, 16 July 2016

Ten weird body parts you didn't know you still had - from claw retractors to a third eyelid

main-claw-retractorModern humans have been walking the Earth for about 200,000 years.
So it’s not surprising that over time our bodies have adapted.
From looking out for sabre-tooth tigers in the distant past to checking the latest on social media now, our frames have had to cope with changing demands.
But, says BBC Focus magazine, some adaptations have left a few weird leftovers in modern humans...

1) A tail

Before you were born, you had a tail, albeit only for a few weeks.-read more

Saturday, 9 July 2016

Local sports used to be really weird

Hello! Chris Donlan here. Simon Parkin and I recently attended a wonderful talk at Brighton'sCatalyst Club, in which historian Mathew Homewood picked over some of the strangest sports in Sussex history. I think it's quite interesting to think of games as being related to this quirky lineage, and so I asked him to write a bit about bizarre and forgotten sports for Eurogamer. I really hope you enjoy it.
Most of us have participated in those classic sports day events; the egg and spoon race, the sack race, and the tug of war. Relatively 'normal' activities for both children and adults. However, many years ago, grown men and women were participating in far more weird and unusual sporting events. The county of Sussex appears to have been one of the leading lights in this world of bizarre sporting behaviour. In Brighton's Royal Gardens, as far back as the 1820s, one could witness such events as climbing the greasy pole, grinning through horse collars, catching a cock 'with hands tied behind'(!), and jingling matches, which involved a man with a bell round his neck being chased around a field by an army of men with blindfolds. An experienced jingler may lead these men into a merry game of cat and mouse. However, one might have some sympathy for the inexperienced jingler, cantering around a field, jangling away, and being bundled over by an excited mob.
The greasy pole was often used in village sports days. A vertical pole, standing upwards of three meters would be coated with grease. A prize would then be placed at the top - sometimes a hat, but more often a leg of mutton - and crowds would watch enthusiastic, and often hopeless attempts to gain the prize. Another use for the greasy pole was to lay it vertically over a pit of cold water, sit two men on it, arm them will sacks full of something heavy, and let them battle it out until one (or both) fell into the water.-read more

Saturday, 25 June 2016

Brexit: The weird and wonderful moments of the campaign

This was an area where the Brexiters dominated. Inone YouGov poll, 46 per cent of Leave voters agreed the referendum would be rigged; 28 per cent thought MI5 was already working on it.
One widely-circulated suspicion was that the government had deliberately crashed the voter registration system to allow more time for Remain supporters to register. (Which discounted the possibility that government websites simply do not function very well.)
Another was that any Leave votes made in pencil would be erased, and converted to Remain votes. And yet another theory was that Sarah Wollaston, the fiercely-independent Tory MP who defected from Leave to Remain, was a government plant.
Daniel Jolley, a professor at Staffordshire University, and Karen Douglas, at the University of Kent, recently conducted an experiment asking 400 people to what degree they subscribed to such theories, including one stating that major broadcasters were colluding with Remain by placing its propaganda on their websites.
They discovered that the degree to which people accepted such theories outstripped almost all other factors as a predictor of their voting intentions. (YouGov’s survey found that only 11 per cent of Remainers thought the vote would be rigged, and 16 per cent that MI5 was involved.)read more

Saturday, 18 June 2016


The odds have it that you have not harbored a longstanding fascination with the sport of competitive tickling. It’s damn near certain that you’ve never participated in, spectated, read up on, or—hell, let’s be frank—even heard of the pastime or its bizarre subculture before happening upon notice of David Farrier’s new documentary Tickled. And I’d venture to guess that it wasn’t so much with an open embrace but a cautious shudder that you endured this late introduction to the competitive tickling netherworld… though maybe I’m just projecting. Unfamiliar, alienating, and almost intrinsically uncomfortable, competitive tickling the sort of subject matter that you can’t imagine anyone having asked to see a movie about. And yet, here we are.
Why we, platonic ideals of the untickled body politic, would bother to engage with a documentary like journalist Farrier’s directorial debut boils down to a question of the human condition… or maybe just a bit of a cop out answer: curiosity. Clean, twisted, hungry human curiosity. The kind that only grows and quickens the stranger, more confusing, and less traversable its subject becomes. It’s the fuel of not only any given viewing of Tickled, but the movie’s very more

Saturday, 11 June 2016


Kangaroo has sex with a pig in AustraliaRyan Frazer said he and a colleague were looking at each other like, "Should we be standing here, watching, taking photos?" Thankfully, the answer was "hell yes," and they snapped a few pics for the greater good of humanity.

After roughly five or 10 minutes of action, Frazer said the pig turned around as if to "reciprocate" the good times, and that's when he and his pal decided they had seen more

Saturday, 4 June 2016

Dig for victory! Hungarian grave diggers compete to be the best

(Reuters) - In a graveyard in Hungary, solemn contemplation gave way to frantic sportsmanship on Friday as dozens of grave diggers battled to prove they were the fastest and best in the business.
Taking their places at plots selected by pulling names out of a hard hat, 18 two-man teams waited for an official to shout "Start!" before shoveling at the ground to dig a precise, regulation-size grave as quickly as more

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Topless woman 'uses breasts as weapons to attack security guard in smoking ban row'

Topless woman

This is the bizarre moment a woman appears to use her breasts as a weapon in a fight with a security guard after she was allegedly forbidden from smoking in a shop.
CCTV footage caught the woman whipping off her top and throwing it at the guard after she was told to stand outside the betting shop if she wanted to smoke.
It is believed the strange fight took place in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The scene starts with the woman walking into the shop with a lit and see images

Mystery 'werewolf' creature terrifying families in Hull sparks major hunt

Wolf howling at the moon
Residents have reported sightings of a terrifying werewolf
Residents of Hull have reported several sightings of a mystery "werewolf" which has terrified locals and sparked a hunt for the creature.
Reports suggest the 8ft "beast" is half-man-half-creature, lurks around industrial estates and has allegedly been spotted eating a dog .
Some believe it is an old folklore legend called Old Stinker - a wolf that transforms into a man at the full moon.
Old Stinker is traditionally known to wander the Yorkshire Wolds.
The new sightings of the mystery being were reported at an old water channel called the Barmston Drain during Christmas.
One woman claims to have seen the beast stand on its hind legs in a terrifying incident which left her shaking-read more

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Medical staff reveal ridiculous excuses patients gave for weird sex injuries

When you go to A&E with one of these injuries, it's probably best to just tell the truth - they know you're lying. Warning: Some may find content disturbing,

Going to the doctor about a problem "down there" is embarrassing enough, thanks to our traditional British inability to talk about sex with anyone - even medical professionals.
But imagine if you'd sustained an injury during the act itself that made it even more cringeworthy.
Would you just admit it to the person treating you? Or would you try to pass it off as something else?
Medical professionals on social networking site Reddit were asked to share "the most overtly self-inflicted sexual injury" they had ever encountered that their patient had attempted to pass off as "completely innocently obtained."
Many of them will have you wincing as you read - and most involve some *very*-read more

Saturday, 7 May 2016

Weaponized Baseball' explores weird and worrisome aspects of the sport

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Spring has finally arrived, and baseball is back once again.
Ah yes, the sport that builds nations, foments revolution, distracts from scandals and massacres, propagandizes national policy, becomes a tool of war and espionage, and may have been the reason why Gen. George Armstrong Custer made his last stand.
At least that's baseball according to Scott Rowan, author of the new book, "Weaponized Baseball: Declassified, Withheld Stories Reveal Baseball's Hidden Role in Geopolitics, International Military Action, Mental Manipulation & Mass Distraction."
In it, Rowan bares the dark and sometimes weird aspects of a sport partially built on myth and misinformation.
A few examples from the book, written by a veteran sports reporter and editor, include:
A baseball rivalry within the Seventh Cavalry may have prompted more

Saturday, 30 April 2016


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Saturday, 9 April 2016

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Live snake found in woman's vagina

A live snake come out of a woman's vaginaFreaky footage of the serpent slithering out of the woman's lady garden has emerged online.
The light green snake's head is erect and its body moving in the creepy clip.
It may contain offencive items=read more is slender – but appears to be several feet long.

Saturday, 26 March 2016

Alabama city cracking down on diaperless horses

SELMA, Ala. (AP) — The west Alabama city of Selma is planning a crackdown on what one councilman says is a big problem: Horse droppings.
The City Council passed a law three years ago requiring that horses wear diapers when on city streets, but Councilman Michael Johnson says riders aren't following the law.
Johnson says he doesn't mind people riding horses in the city of 20,000. But he's bothered by the smell and other sanitary problems created by horses on city streets.
The Selma-Times Journal ( ) quotes Police Chief John Brock as saying officers will be stricter enforcing the diaper law. He says the department will issue warnings for a first offense and citations for repeat offenders.
There could be plenty of tickets: Johnson says he's seen just one diaper-wearing horse in town.

Saturday, 19 March 2016

Shocking tiny SEX ROBOT which looks like schoolgirl is on sale for £770 and comes delivered in 'coffin'

Shocking tiny SEX ROBOT which looks like schoolgirl is on sale for £770 and comes delivered in 'coffin'

This revolting doll which is designed to look like a young girl comes complete in a wooden style coffin

ShengYi Tiny sex girl robot which looks like a 12-year-old is on sale for £700 and delivered in a 'coffin'
Creepy: Tiny sex girl robot which looks like a 12-year-old
Sex toy makers have developed a tiny robot doll that looks just like a 12-year-old girl and comes complete with its very own 'coffin.'
The sick doll which is custom made to suit the needs of its owner comes delivered wrapped up like a mummy and in a wooden style box that looks set for burial.
And it's wearing a black dress as if it's in mourning.
Weighing just four stones and measuring 2ft 4 inch tall the doll invented by Chinese company ShengYi has been newly released to market costs just £770.=read more =

Puppy frozen in time for 12,400 years is thawed by scientists in remarkable footage

Scientists have 'thawed' an extinct species of dog - which is thought to have been frozen in Siberian permafrost ice for 12,400 years.
The ancient puppy still has its own teeth, and its brain is also thought to be intact.
Experts are examining whether the young animal was a "pet", while controversial South Korean cloning guru Hwang Woo-suk - present at a remarkable autopsy of the extinct Pleistocene canid - has taken samples in a bid to bring the extinct species back to life.
A video shows how mud and dirt from a dozen millennia was washed off the frozen puppy ahead of a post mortem on the animal in Yakutsk, capital of Russia's Sakha Republic, where the mummified remains were found on a steep bank of River Syalakh.
The puppy was found to be well preserved, including the brain, reported The Siberian Times, which revealed the pictures and video from the procedure.
Russian expert Dr Pavel Nikolsky, research fellow of the Geological Institute, Moscow, said: "The carcass is preserved really very more=

Saturday, 12 March 2016

Mystery monster sea blob washes up on beach and terrifies tourists unidentified 13ft-long blob stunned beach-goers, who were quick to take photos of the beast.
The mysterious creature found itself on Bonfil Beach, in the city of Acapulco, in south-west Mexico.
Rosa Camacho, coordinator the civil guard and fire brigade, said the animal had not been dead long but seemed to have rapidly started to decay.
She said: "We have no idea what type of animal this is, but I do know that it does not smell bad or have a fetid aroma."
It is understood the body was brought to shore by strong more=