World’s Strangest

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I Can Really Taste The Alien Invasion

Believe it or not, this isn’t actually an arcade game. It’s really a cake based on the classic Galaga arcade machine. Link Via That’s Nerdalicious

Monster Gator

Killed just outside of Lafayette, Louisiana in 2003, Believe It or Not! 10 dog collars and one dog harness were found inside the stomach of this massive 12 foot alligator. Alligators are slow growers and this monster may have been over 40 [...]

How to Ship Olympic Horses

How do you get horses for the Olympic equestrian events to London? Believe it or not, you ship them by Fed Ex! Getting the animals overseas wasn’t as big a task as you might think. All it took was a little help from Federal Express and a few talented people who specialize in transporting animals. The horses, [...]

Black Forest: Tape Art by Hong Seon Jang

Believe it or not, the eerie image above is actually made using strips of tape on a chalkboard. It’s titled Black Forest, by Korean artist Hong Seon Jang: Link

Tokyoflash Treasure Hunt Game #20 – Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Tokyoflash Treasure Hunt #20 game! (Answer page) That was a lot of fun. Here are the winners, picked at random using the random number generator algo at I [...]


Believe it or not, this is more than a Tyrannosaurus sculpture. It’s also a radiator! Yep, an energy-efficient cast iron heat exchanger designed by Anton Schnaider of Art. Lebedev Studio. Just hook it up to your pipes and turn the tap on its ankle. This one is heating up someone’s mittens as well as the [...]

Cute Baby Crocodiles

What’s so cute about a crocodile? Their babies! Believe it or not, mother crocodiles are caring and nurturing to their young, despite belonging to an ancient group of reptiles. Baby crocs even “talk” to their mothers before they hatch! Find out how at Environmental Graffiti. Link (Image credit: Flickr user Drew McLellan)

Elegant Paper Peacock

Believe it or not, this peacock sculpture is actually made out of paper! The Great Omar, named after the cover image on a book of Persian poems, was created by Joyanne Horscroft and Julie Wilkinson. Link -via Dude Craft | Artists’ Website

Agatha Christie And The Endless Summer

Believe it or not, the First Lady of mystery and the Big Kahuna had something in common-they were both innovators in the sport of surfing! Agatha Christie, as it turns out, was one of the first Britons to stand up on a surfboard, and she sharpened her wave riding skills in South Africa, Australia, New [...]

Dietribes: Yogurt Made Me Cultured

• Believe it or not, the Bible mentions yogurt in Genesis, where Abraham fed it to his guests. The history of yogurt is a long one – Assyrians ate it for health, and John Harvey Kellogg encouraged yogurt enemas at the Battle Creek Sanitarium in Michigan (though the less said about that the better). • But yogurt has [...]