In 2011, a woman
bought a "non-visible"
piece of art
A Cleveland Browns fan requested six Cleveland Browns pallbearers at his funeral so "the Browns could let him down one last time".
In Greek mythology,
it was believed that redheads
it was believed that redheads
Construction workers in Brazil cemented a car on a pavement after its driver refused to move it.
35% of American workers said they would forgo a pay raise in exchange for having their boss fired.
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Most people can't distinguish expensive wines from inexpensive ones, a study proved.
are popular names
A man named Moondyne Joe escaped prison so many times, that police built a special cell for him, from which he escaped as well.
The second-largest lake in Bolivia is called Lake Poopo. It's not a freshwater lake.
There's a hill in New Zealand called Taumata-whakatangihanga-koauau-o-tamatea-turi-pukakapiki-maunga-horo-nuku-pokai-whenua-kitanatahu.
123 - 45 - 67 + 89 = 100.
123 + 4 - 5 + 67 - 89 = 100.
123 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 + 8 - 9 = 100.
The word "Yo" was first used
The last words of Henry Royce, co-founder of Rolls-Royce, were actually: "I wish I'd spent more time in the office."
There's a 'Rent a Mourner' service in the UK to fill your funeral with fake friends.
The band Blink-182 incorporated under the name "Poo Poo Butt, LLC." because of how funny it would be to have their accountants, managers and attorneys having to say that over the phone every day.
Research conducted on comedians and funny people have shown they are usually more depressed than average.
Global warming 'solved' a land dispute
Leonardo Da Vinci was a prankster: he would put fake wings and horns on lizards to scare people in the Vatican.
Two zebras died of hunger in a zoo in Palestine and were replaced with donkeys painted with black and white stripes.
A statue of Jesus in India had water mysteriously dripping from its toes. Worshipers would collect and sometimes drink it. The source of the water was later found to be a clogged toilet near the statue.
President Banana, first president of Zimbabwe, passed a law forbidding citizens from making jokes about his name.
An inmate filed a US$5 million lawsuit against himself. He claimed that he violated his own civil rights by getting arrested. He then asked the state to pay because he has no income in jail.
The parody national anthem of Kazakhstan from the movie "Borat" was accidentally downloaded and played in 2012 for a Kazakh gold medalist.
Leonard Jones ran for U.S. president several times in the 19th century. His sole platform was that he would live forever. He died of pneumonia in 1868 after refusing medical treatment.
On April Fool's day in 1976, BBC convinced many listeners that a special alignment of the planets would temporarily decrease gravity on Earth. Phone lines were flooded with callers who claimed they felt the effects.
Scientists have nicknamed a caterpillar the ‘Trumpapillar'. Its venomous barbed hairs cause irritation and pain.
The band Bloodhound Gang recorded a track called "The Ten Coolest Things About New Jersey". The "song" consists of ten seconds of silence.
In 16th century Europe, it was believed that eating a tomato could turn you into a werewolf.
The people of Shitterton, UK, banded together to buy a big rock to put the name on, as people kept stealing the sign.
In 1998, Burger King announced the "Left-Handed Whopper", where all the condiments were rotated 180° to suit the left-handed people. It was an April's Fool hoax but people eagerly tried to order it the next day.
The phenomenon where the shower curtain randomly clings to you, it's called the shower-curtain effect.
2.6 million Kenyans practice