I don’t think this is particularly strange, but it is true. The word ‘Oneirogmophobia’. Admittedly, it looks like a word that the drunk on the bus might have said. Oneirogmophobia is a fear of having wet dreams. Why would you fear it?
Just like puma and panthers being spotted in Australia and Europe, kangaroos have also been seen not within their original habitat. Kangaroos have been seen often in the United States since the Mid 1960s. A man had reported a kangaroo on his porch early one morning in Chicago on October 18, 1974. Patrolmen Byrne and … [Read the full story]
Well, would you live here? I know plenty of people that would just be perfect living in ‘Arsoli’ Here are some, well, strange sounding places. Please let us know if any of you have been to these places. Arsoli (Lazio, Italy) Bastard (Norway) Beaver (Oklahoma, USA) Beaver Head (Idaho, USA) Brown Willy (Cornwall,UK) Chinamans Knob … [Read the full story]
In London, the Old Bailey is on the site of a dreadful prison. In olden times the prisoners sentenced to death were taken by horse and cart from the prison to Marble Arch where they were hanged. It was a long journey with streets thronged with crowds. The beer shops were packed with revellers heading … [Read the full story]
Want to see what happens when you squeeze a 20-year-old spot? If this video looks familiar, it’s probably because you have an unhealthy predilection for poking, pulling and pressing your (and other people’s) pimples. Who is this man? What part of the body is this? How can one small spot produce such a staggering volume … [Read the full story]
Many women crave something or another during pregnancy, very often something that they wouldn’t usually eat. They crave things like spicy foods, pickled onions, peanut butter, and many more, with chocolate being the most common food craving, closely followed by ice cream. Whether or not they usually eat these foods they crave however, is no … [Read the full story]
Everyone is unique and this illusion is proof. After concentrating on the revolving image each person will see a different colour. Some see yellow, some green and a rare few will see red. The optic wheel is named Benham’s top after the renowned Victorian toymaker from Essex, England, Charles Benham. Benham created the moving pattern … [Read the full story]
Fun facts about Australia: The Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is home to about 1500 species of fish, 400 types of coral, 4000 breeds of clams and other molluscs, 800 echinoderms, including sea cucumbers, 500 varieties of seaweed, 200 bird species, 1500 different sponges, and 6 types of turtle. Fun facts about Australia: … [Read the full story]