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Librarian Finds Returned Book with Entire Soft Taco Used as Bookmark

Before all the brands started dumping food in books for #content, a public librarian said that someone actually did this in real life.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.17.19
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India's First Farting Contest Wants to Judge How Loud and Melodic Your Stinker Is

A movement to free the fart and normalise the natural body process is gaining gas in Gujarat, with prizes being given to those whose farts are the loudest, longest and most musical.
Shamani Joshi
9.16.19
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Two Men in Indonesia Were Arrested for Stealing Parts of a Bridge to Buy Drugs

They allegedly stole dozens of metal plates.
Meera Navlakha
9.13.19
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A Man in China Who Ate Raw Fish for Three Years Now Has a Liver Infested With Parasites

It’s not that rare, around 15 million people have it.
Edoardo Liotta
9.13.19
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Someone Used the Domino's Pizza App to SWAT a California Home

Victims of these acts have been seriously injured and even killed by police officers who have responded to the phony emergency calls.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.13.19
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Pizza Chain Apologizes for Posting Pic of Pizza Flag to Remember 9/11

Yesterday, Ledo Pizza decided it'd be a good move to post one of its pizzas topped like an American flag, caption it #NeverForget, and smash that send tweet button.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.13.19
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Malaysian Authorities Claim Wild Boars Swam to Their Shores All the Way From Indonesia

This might be the weirdest immigration scandal ever.
Rani Rahayu
9.12.19
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A 32-Year-Old Man Got Arrested at Delhi Airport for Pretending to Be an 81-Year-Old

His hair was dyed white, he wore large glasses and sat in a wheelchair.
Meera Navlakha
9.11.19
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We Found Out the Story Behind That Terrifying Hell House in Australia

The otherwise ordinary five-bedroom mansion is filled with terrifying dolls, Satanic masks, and at least one potentially haunted clown.
Drew Schwartz
9.11.19
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Former Bakery Worker Allegedly Stole $90,000 Worth of Wildly Expensive Cakes

Lady M didn't notice that it was missing more than 1,000 cakes until someone revealed that they were being sold on the black market.
Jelisa Castrodale
9.11.19
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Badger, Badger, Mushroom: Remembering 'Random' Humour of the 2000s

We wouldn't have TikTok without Newgrounds, Charlie the Unicorn, Salad Fingers and so much of what made online humour absurd and addictive.
Daisy Jones
9.9.19
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Australian Pair Arrested for Impersonating Cops and Issuing On-the-Spot ‘Fines’

In one case, the men drove a victim to a petrol station so he could withdraw money and pay the "fine."
Gavin Butler
9.9.19
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