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A collection of the bizarre, the funny, the unlikely and the just plain stupid at the suggestion of BG!

And here's a site of really weird images!

airport computer crash Where did you want to go today ANON.jpg ... yoga


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Thumbnailairport computer crash Where did you want to go today ANON.jpg (Bizarre)

Photo apparently taken by Alan Cox at Heathrow International Airport, London, England; arrived over the Net. Aren't you glad that planes don't fly by Windows?

folder animal ... (60)

folder anti ... (3)

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Thumbnailapres Xmas salt and sugar hangover comic 1 DHD.jpg (Bizarre)
ThumbnailApril fool spoof Google Romance Beta screenshot 1 ANON.png (Bizarre)

Well, Google retains the ability to make fun of itself with such choice quotes as "Pin All Your Romantic Hopes on Google" and "Endure, via our Contextual Dating option, thematically appropriate multimedia advertising throughout the entirety of your free date."

ThumbnailAustralian honey jar label featuring kangaroo on upside down mono AJHD.jpg (Bizarre)

folder autobiographies ... (11)

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[716kB]back massage rather unusual use of belly 1 ANON.wmv (Bizarre)

Arrived over the Net by email with the subject "Fancy a back massage?"; well do you?

Thumbnailbackflip tragic accident damages pride and brain video 1 DHD.gif (Bizarre)

Arrived over the Net by email!

Thumbnailbad parenting mother duck leads ducklings over drain from which they have to be rescued ANON.jpg (Bizarre)

Arrived over the Net with name BadParenting.jpg and subject "A Bit Sick, Quite Sad and Yet Still Somehow Funny."

This made the news: eg from The Shropshire Star 20050614:

A family of cute baby ducks had to be rescued after getting their mother in a flap when they fell down a drain in Shrewsbury.

The eight ducklings, who were less than a week old, were pulled from the sewers in Hexham Way, near to the Rea Brook, by RSPCA officers yesterday.


Elaine Williams, the animal collection officer called to the scene, said the mother had apparently walked across the slatted drain cover but when her babies had followed they dropped through the gaps.


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