On an island off the coast ofNorway is a creature that lives in the forests there, in a small cave. This strange animal has two heads but only one body; it hunts for fish and meat with its two arms while its single head is out in front trying to frighten away any potential threat. The animal does this by making weird, loud noises, much like someone trying to imitate the sound of an angryelephant or a giant monster.
The story of this unnamed beast is found in a collection of Norwegian folktales collected by a priest named Thorbjorn Munthe, who was sent by King Haakon IV to gather stories about the land he would inherit if he married Crown Princess Margaret.
But, to the great detriment of humanity and the universe, the story in the only surviving copy of the collection has been scrawled over and overwritten with these fifteen facts:
Arnold is a big man, who needs a big budget.
In direct sunlight, the space station would heat up to a whopping 250 degrees Fahrenheit.
A 6-year-old was an award winning Russian soldier.
You almost had to take apart your whole car when you saw a cow.
Some people see colors you didn’t even know existed.
“The Thing” (1982) took time to grow on people.
Two sheep enter, one sheep leaves in Algerian sheep fighting.
City dwelling birds are on a whole ‘nother level.
“Cookies and creme” doesn’t have the same ring to it.
One man was awake during a medical procedure.
Rodents really do love running in a wheel.
Brando would yell at people on AOL.
The disappearance of the Plains Bison shrank the indigenious population.
Don’t post your winning ticket from the racetrack online.
Bruce Springsteen’s song about leaving NJ almost became the state’s theme.