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He Began Mowing Lawns For His Elderly Neighbors, Which Grew Into Something Great

Most college kids have part-time jobs in between classes and study sessions, but this senior at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University started his own lawn care company for the elderly. Here’s the thing, though. He doesn’t actually make any money doing it. It started as a simple act of kindness, but once Rodney Smith Jr. caught the charity bug, he couldn’t shake it. Since then, he’s rounded up a whole fleet of do-gooders who love helping those […]

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Normal Gifs Are Great, But Broken Gifs Are The Stuff Of Nightmares

As if the popularity of gifs didn’t already make you feel like you were behind the times, there’s now a whole new genre of web-based art that takes things to a creepy new level. Like guitarists distort sound with amps and pedals, broken gif enthusiasts distort pixels. Pieces of frames are strategically moved to create an effect that makes it look like the subject’s sense of reality is shattering around them. What I’m telling you is that […]

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These 9 New Year’s Traditions Were Invented By And For Drunk People

When you think about it, New Year’s Eve is kind of a bizarre holiday. What better way to celebrate the coming of the new year than by waiting for a light-up ball to drop, macking on each other, and drinking weird carbonated wine from France, right? But there are some New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day celebrations out there that make those rituals sound normal. Take these, for example. In Mount Olive, North Carolina, the New […]

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Cab Drivers In Japan Are Having A Big Problem With Ghostly Passengers

Imagine that you’re a taxi driver in Ishinomaki, Japan. You pick up a young passenger and ask for her destination. She tells you that she’s headed to the Minamiyama District, which is strange because no one ever goes to the Minamiyama District — not since the tsunami, anyway. You tell her this and she asks, “Have I died?” When you turn around, she is no longer there. Ghost passengers are apparently a common sight among taxi drivers […]

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There Is A Bossy Pig In Australia That Might Be The Real Babe, The Sheep-Pig

We are all familiar with Babe, the story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog, but that’s all fiction, right? Well, it turns out there is a REAL pig out there with a penchant for bossing around sheep. Her name is Squeak and she lives on Edgar’s Mission, a non-profit sanctuary for rescued farm animals in Lancefield, Victoria. Watch as Squeak goes full Miss Piggy, barking orders to a group of lambs who seem pretty […]

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Scientists Believe That Sinkholes In Siberia Could Be Linked To The Bermuda Triangle

Last year marked the 40th anniversary of the Bermuda Triangle mystery, and in December, we reported that we were “no closer to knowing the truth.” If you believe these findings, however, that’s no longer the case. The truth behind all of the disappearances in the deadly space between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda may be linked to sinkholes in Siberia and underwater methane explosions near Norway. Researchers at the Trofimuk Institute discovered that mysterious sinkholes in Siberia […]

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They Opened Their Aunt’s Safe And Found Relics From A Disturbing Era

Redditor seltsame just inherited a very old house from her mother’s aunt Greta. She was born in East Prussia in 1921, but fled to Germany in the 1940s. Along with the house, seltsame inherited a creepy metal chest. She knew that Greta had lived an interesting life, but she didn’t know that it was on this level. Anything kept in a rusty chest like this can’t be good. Reddit / seltsame Creepy key: check! Reddit / seltsame […]

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