Hello! This week I have for you:
Florida town plagued by triple-arse graffiti — This is pretty much exactly as described. There is a town in Florida known for its murals, and it has a mad triple-butt-painting vandal. I’ve read over the words “triple-arse graffiti” so many times in sheer puzzlement, they have ceased to be words.
Atlas of Cursed Places — “Explore 40 locations around the world that are ‘rife with disaster, chaos, paranormal activity, and death.'” Welp, I know what’s on my next reading list.
The Sailing Stones of Racetrack Playa — Ice and wind are responsible for moving the rocks and leaving their famous trails behind, but it doesn’t make Racetrack Playa any less beautiful or mysterious.
Alarm clock stuck inside couple’s living room wall beeped at same time every day for 13 YEARS after plan backfired — In a new installment of “I can see you’ve been reading my nightmare journal,” a man dropped an alarm clock down an air vent to figure out where to put a wire for a T.V. Thirteen years later, the alarm was finally removed by an HVAC technician. Rather than throw a party or hurl the clock into a woodchipper, the couple has chosen to put it on their mantel.
Praying Mantises Are Killing Birds And Eating Their Brains Worldwide — I like praying mantises. When I was little, a pregnant female got into my dad’s Jeep during a pow-wow and left an egg sac. We were herding tons of baby mantises out of his car all summer! I kept one — I used to feed him ants I caught by leaving bits of chewing gum stuck in the cracks of the sidewalk as bait.
As it turns out, I may have been raising a baby birdicider.
Lastly, I leave you with a video I made because I am overly excited about this pitcher plant: