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  • Read Between the Lines
  • Read Between the Lines

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      if one reads the first letter of each line vertically, the phrase "F--- OFF" can be found. Owens' daughter said not only was the message intentional, but her dad would have loved it
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  • Inexplicable
  • Inexplicable

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Down at the Amarillo (Texas) Zoo, it isn't the animal exhibits inside that are sparking excitement among the city's residents.
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  • Creme de la Weird
  • Creme de la Weird

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      the "intimate wellness brand" Intimina has introduced Period Crunch, a breakfast cereal with edible, uterus-shaped, raspberry-flavored pieces that will color the milk red, Oddity Central reported.
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  • What Could Go Wrong?
  • What Could Go Wrong?

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      More than 800 New Yorkers age 75 and older are going to get a new friend, The Verge reported.
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  • Bright Idea
  • Bright Idea

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      For Alexander Leszczynski, 22, of North Redington Beach, Florida, it wasn't enough to be charged with wire fraud, bank fraud and money laundering, the Tampa Bay Times reported.
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  • There Are Rules
  • There Are Rules

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Building management has filed a lawsuit against resident Helen Hirsh, 83, alleging she "defecated in the fitness center's pool and then again in the fitness center shower," according to the New York Post.
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  • They're Lovin' It
  • They're Lovin' It

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Rob and Grace Jones wanted to replace a built-in toilet paper holder in their home in Crystal Lake, Illinois, on April 16, which required them to cut into the wall of their bathroom, NBC New York reported.
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  • No Longer Weird
  • No Longer Weird

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Can we all agree that any alligator walking anywhere in Florida —on a golf course, down a street, through a parking lot, wherever—is no longer news, let alone weird news?
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  • No Longer Weird
  • No Longer Weird

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Can we all agree that any alligator walking anywhere in Florida—on a golf course, down a street, through a parking lot, wherever—is no longer news, let alone weird news?
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  • Let Someone Else Eat Cake
  • Let Someone Else Eat Cake

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      A birthday party for an employee at Gravity Diagnostics in Kentucky cost the company $450,000, but it wasn't an expensive cake and decorations that ran up the bill, WLKY-TV reported.
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Read Between the Lines Read Between the Lines A weekly roundup of international news oddities June 29, 2022
Inexplicable Inexplicable A weekly roundup of international news oddities June 22, 2022
Creme de la Weird Creme de la Weird A weekly roundup of international news oddities June 15, 2022

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