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English language gaffe at Osaka, Japan department store -- thought it meant "really good."
Man named Phuc Dat Bich says Facebook keeps shutting down his account.
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Posted 15 July 2017 - 09:16 PM
Off the coast of India in the Gulf of Cambay are the sunken ruins of an ancient unknown civilization. Discovered in 2001, many historians have dated the city as far back as 9500 B.C. No one knows how the city fell into the gulf, but throughout history there have been great earthquakes that could have sunk a city of that size.
Posted 26 November 2017 - 10:54 PM
Jacob Miller was shot in the head at the Battle of Chickamagua on September 19, 1863. Jacob stated, “Seventeen years after I was wounded a buck shot dropped out of my wound and thirty one years after two pieces of lead came out.”
These two bullets were found after the Battle of Gallipoli in WWI
No regrets except not paying attention in spelling class.
Posted Yesterday, 12:44 AM
When a statue of Jesus in India began mysteriously dripping water from its toes, worshippers traveled from far away to collect and drink it. The source of the water was later found to be a clogged toilet near the statue.
A homeowner turned on his sprinklers before leaving to escape the Kansas wildfire. He returned home to this.
An Incredible family vacation photo taken in the Nevada desert during the 1960s.
There is a place in Venezuela where lightning strikes 28 times per hour, 160 nights a year. This atmospheric phenomenon is known as “Catatumbo lightning.”
Posted Yesterday, 01:58 AM
Weighing over 46 pounds, “Himmy” was the fattest cat the world has ever seen.
The smallest cat in recorded history was a male blue point Himalayan-Persian, named Tinker Toy that measured only 2.75 inches tall and 7.5 inches long when he was full grown. He passed away in 1997 at the age of 6.
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