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Teenager gets a second tattoo of a receipt

It appears that Stian Ytterdahl, 18, from Norway wasn't happy with his first tattoo of a McDonald's receipt. As he has recently got a second tattoo which covers most of the teenagers forearm.

Daily Relief: Wednesday 2 April

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a job application gone wrong, a clown fund-raising event, and a look at who won the award for the smelliest shoes in the U.S.

Daily Relief: Tuesday 1 April

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a new energy drink, a new product from popular website 'The Pirate Bay', and an amazing new job offer from Google.

Daily Relief: Monday 31 March

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.

Daily Relief: Friday 28 March

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a new TV show starring Prince Harry, a weird tattoo and a shocking look at the effects of drug abuse.

Daily Relief: Thursday 27 March

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a new selfie movement, family photos from the most notorious criminal family and one of the scariest short films of all time.

Daily Relief: Wednesday 26 March

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a unique way of controlling a math class, an auto-correct fail and a Star Wars twist to Pharrell William's song Be Happy.

Daily Relief: Tuesday 25 March

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes a father with 98 children, a gorilla playing with kittens, and a look at the reactions of those who think the world is ending.

Daily Relief: Monday 24 March

A light-hearted look at the odd events happening in the world. Today includes the new selfie movement, a toe-sucker on the loose and Kevin Bacon's epic entrance on The Today Show.

Porcupine falls on woman's head

Rio De Janeiro - A Brazillian woman finds herself the victim of a freak accident as a porcupine falls from the sky and lands onto her head.

The perfect husband: Comments woman after 'marrying' bridge

Over the years there have been cases of people getting married to some weird and wonderful things. It’s not uncommon to find a devoted owner marrying a pet, but this recent case will raise more than few eyebrows.

Buffalo wing soda hits the market, other food flavored pops

Lester's Fixins is a brand known for its unusual flavors of sodas. The latest creation, Buffalo Wing Soda, has been getting some attention on the Web this week.

Dino flatulence may have had effect on climate, study suggests

A study conducted by the journal Current Biology suggests that dinosaur flatulence may have been a source of global warming.

Dino flatulence may have had effect on climate, study suggests

A study conducted by the journal Current Biology suggests that dinosaur flatulence may have been a source of global warming.

Police catch tractor thief after hour-long chase

A London, Ontario man was chased by local police for approximately an hour after he stole a John Deere tractor worth $94,000 last Thursday.

Missouri History Museum seeking women's underpants

Saint Louis - Have some old, potentially embarrassing underwear hidden away in the back of your dresser drawers? Good news: the Missouri History Museum will take them off your hands.

Fakegirlfriend.co pretends to be your significant other

The website touts with the tagline, "Because you don't want to look lame," and provides fake interactions via text and phone to fool any family or friends.

New Zealand bans bizarre baby names

New Zealand's Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages has brought out a list of 102 banned baby names that are too unconventional.

Ig Nobels Honor Weird Academic Achievements

The Ig Nobel prizes - a play on the name of the Nobel prizes awarded every October from Stockholm and Oslo - are given out by the Harvard-based humour magazine Annals of Improbable Research.

Power of love: Diver found lost wedding ring in murky waters

In New Zealand, persistence pays off as a man found his wedding ring 16 months after it fell off the capital's foggy harbor.

Couple Under Glass in Hotel Room: Voyeurs Welcome

Reminiscent of that rare delicacy, Pheasant Under Glass, this London couple has volunteered to go on display at a hotel in New York City. Why is the question and you really should read on for some non-answers.

Man Finds Own Wife in Brothel: What’s Good For The Goose?

In a true test of that old axiom, “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander,” comes this dark tale of two cheating spouses. Although ironic in conclusion, the humor in this one covers up something rather sad about the human condition.

Man Eats Live Snakes : The Appeal of Moving Appetizers?

One man in China has his own idea about appetizers. He seems to prefer them living and squirming and says that eating live snakes and washing them down with beer is quite relaxing! Read on, but…well, just…but.

Free Flip-Flops For Drunk Women: Taxpayer’s Bailiwick?

In what pressure groups refer to as an “idiotic waste of money,” a Devon seaside resort is spending thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money on flip-flops to help drunken women walk home. Read on and maybe in the end you’ll be sorrier than safe.

New Age Actors: Japanese Robots Co-Star in Play

Veteran actor, Orson Welles, once said that there were no small parts, only small actors. Read all about these cyber co-stars who are not yet available for autographs.

A Disabled Bootlegger: Crime As An Equal Opportunity Employer

In keeping with the original definition of bootlegger, a Florida man has been arrested after committing a robbery and stashing the loot inside his prosthetic leg. Was his prosthesis an accomplice or merely an innocent bystander? Read on for details.

Woman’s Hair Almost Nine Feet Tall: Rapunzel, Move Over

Read all about this South Florida woman who now has hair longer than she is tall! Her odd saga started twenty years and many brushes and combs ago.

Knit Your Own Hitler?

In a ridiculous attempt to provide consumers with that which they wouldn’t want if they were in their right mind, a designer has created a set of knitting patterns for woolly models of the world's most evil dictators.

Pooping Perpetrator Leaves Smelly Message

Friday afternoon, someone whom apparently had a bellyful of the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Offices in St. Paul, went into several office rooms and left little smelly piles of poop. Who could this pooping perp be?

Wake up to a weird day

Have you ever had one of those days that just started off weird, and kept getting more weird by the minute?
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