It's not that unusual for people to enjoy this list of odd facts, but it's worth noting that it was inspired by a Tumblr blog. It is also worth noting that the majority of this list is made up of facts that are not particularly strange, which might make it less exciting for the more dedicated fan of strange facts. But that is why there is a section called “Extremely Strange and/or Improbable” at the end. It's because if you're going to be a fan of facts, then you're going to need to be prepared to accept a lot of the ones in between “very strange” and “extremely strange and/or improbable.” You're also going to need to be prepared to be disappointed, as there are very few facts on this list that are genuinely unknowable, and many of the ones that are “strange” are really only strange because they have been mangled into something strange by the people who enjoy this list of odd facts.
High school principal takes care of 12 horses, citing old Montana law.
Man prevented from graduating over $4.80 fee receives diploma 60 years later.
NYPD removes 8,000 bees from the side of 3 World Trade Center.
Scientists brace for first glimpse of world that constantly burns.
Woman tries first proper meal after 23 years of only eating potato chips
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey Is a Nightmare Reimagining of the Beloved Bear.
Six percent of Americans think they could beat a grizzly bear in hand-to-hand combat.
329 years later, last Salem 'witch' who wasn't is pardoned.
Malaysia Airlines will operate its first flight powered by used cooking oil to Singapore this Sunday.
FT’s How To Spend It magazine rebrands as big spenders go out of style.
Bankrupt Slough Borough Council spent £28k on HQ's plants.
BBC apologizes after trainee posts 'Manchester United are rubbish' on news ticker.
A man developed sudden amnesia after having sex with his wife.
City councilor says theft of his pickup truck shows need for more police funding.
Saudi Arabian Edition of ‘The Office’ in the Works.
Taiwanese math teacher gives hardcore calculus lessons on Pornhub.
France Bans Gaming Terms Like 'eSports' To Maintain Language Purity.
Yellowstone Visitors Cause Traffic Jam Watching Majestic Bull Elk… Pee On His Own Face.
No one wants to work anymore.
ANC councilor arrested for allegedly killing his predecessor; he was “chief mourner” at his funeral
Fox News guest suggests "ballistic blankets" to stop children getting shot.
Occult club registration rejected after complaint it may summon Satan to University of Adelaide.
Boris Johnson accused of changing ministerial code to ‘save his skin.’
Someone Stole Seth Green's Bored Ape, Which Was Supposed To Star In His New Show.
Atwood responds to book bans with ‘unburnable’ edition of Handmaid’s Tale.