15 Headlines That Fried Our Logic Circuits

From meth-filled libraries to tank-driving Santas, 2022 was one wild ride.
15 Headlines That Fried Our Logic Circuits

As we look back on the past year, it’s time to reflect on some of the most interesting, controversial, and downright bizarre stories that have made headlines around the world. From the unexpected discovery of meth in the air ducts of a public library to a dominatrix trio demanding a dungeon from a city council, we’ve seen it all. 

We’ve also heard of a couple trying to banish the song Last Christmas from the airwaves, a mother accused of ’queue jumping’ at the bus stop, seven LAPD officers arrested for driving under the influence, a homeless man putting Rishi Sunak in his place, a LED display board in Mumbai flashing a ’smoke weed everyday’ message, a mom with 800 tattoos not allowed to attend her child’s nativity play, Mexican police finding 660 pounds of fentanyl pills packed into coconuts, a mayor flying a ’nuclear family’ flag, Sacramento’s zoning code prohibiting complex auto repairs, John Cleese’s iconic walk being used as a fitness craze, South Korea lifting the ban on sex dolls, and a group of military re-enactors dressed as Santa Claus driving into a village in a vintage tank and causing chaos.

Tomas and Hannah: The couple taking on Wham!

TWO PEOPLE WANT TO RAISE $15 MILLION TO KILL LAST CHRISTMAS. A British couple raised over £50,000 to try and banish the song Last Christmas by Wham! from the airwaves forever. They have set a goal of $15,000,000 to negotiate with Warner Chappell Music UK for the rights to the song. CRACKED

Columbia, Epic


John Cleese’s iconic walk can help you get fit.

SILLY WALKS: THE NEW FITNESS CRAZE? A new paper published in the British Medical Journal suggests that walking like John Cleese's character, Mr. Teabag, in Monty Python's Ministry of Silly Walks requires considerably more energy expenditure than a normal walking gait, and could be a novel way to boost cardiovascular fitness. CRACKED

Python (Monty) Pictures

Ars Technica

Santa invades Cornwall: chaos and car damage ensue.

VINTAGE TANK, SANTA, CORNWALL: NOT YOUR TYPICAL CHRISTMAS. A group of military re-enactors dressed as Santa Claus drove into the Cornish village of Angarrack in a vintage tank, causing chaos and damaging a car. CRACKED

Via Cornwall Live

Cornwall Live

“Miss Cave” takes charge: Dominatrix trio demands city dungeon.

DOMINATRICES WANT LAWMAKERS TO BUILD A PUBLIC DUNGEON. A dominatrix trio showed up to a city commission meeting (about a waste processing plant) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to request $250k to build a dungeon created for us, by us, the taxpayers and voting citizens. CRACKED

Via NBC Miami

NBC Miami

South Korea: No longer a doll-free zone!

SOUTH KOREA: SEX DOLLS NOW WELCOME. The country has lifted the ban on the import of full-body sex dolls, ending years of debate over how much the government can interfere in private life. Importers have complained and taken their case to courts, most of which agreed with them and ordered customs to release the dolls. CRACKED

Via AP

AP News

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