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article imageDaily Relief: Monday 31 March

By Jessica Jones-Langley     Mar 31, 2014 in Odd News
A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes sheep storming Le Lourve, a 14-year-old giving advice to the US Government, and a new dating method.
Sheep protest at Le Lourve
An eye-catching protest against agricultural laws brought sheep to Le Lourve Museum in Paris. Approximately a dozen sheep were herded through the Museum's entrance by a sheepdog much to the amusement of tourists who quickly captured the scene.
14-year-old wants to save the US $400 million
Suvir Mirchandani wants to save the US Government $400 million dollars by changing the default type font to Garamond. According to the 14-year-old, Garamond uses less ink than Times New Roman and as ink costs more than French perfume in volume, he believes it will save the country a lot of money.
Being late costs Comedian over £3500
Comedian Jason Manford was late to his own gig by less than an hour, and to keep the audience happy he offered to shout them a drink at the bar. Speaking of the £3,532.40 bill, he said "Seemed like good idea to offer free drink cos of lateness! But shoulda added Kopparberg to the banned list of drinks!"
Dating gets scientific
Pheromones chemically trigger sexual attraction and 'Pheromone Parties' are an alternative new way to meet the love of your life. Instead of traditional dating, people sleep in a t-shirt for three nights, then bring it to a party in a bag, where others decide whether they are compatible or not based on the t-shirt's scent.
Cute Alert!
These pictures of a baby and a Corgie are adorable. Particularly the picture with the orange on the baby's head.
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