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Most of my life, I have found tennis very easy and yet very hard to watch. It’s easy in that it’s a beautiful sport to gaze upon, the players’ ballet-like movements and the steady rhythm of the sound of the ball hitting the racket and then the...

Here's a selection of mildly-concerning vintage Christmas meals that you can make yourself this holiday season. With so many food items to choose from, it can be overwhelming to make up your mind. Luckily, the @weirdoldfood account on Instagram h...

I can't stop replaying this drone footage of a mesmerizing "caterpillar game", where people form a snake-like train that grows larger and larger. The way the train of people waves back and forth as they move around is too cool. — Read the rest...

The driver of this car, loaded with long planks of wood protruding some 8ft from its open windows, seems like they're trying to partake in a lifehack moment. The car ended up hacking off pieces of a fence that ran along the highway, knocking over...

Before the second half of the 19th century, bloodletting was a common medical practice. It was believed to help patients heal from illness and disease through balancing the "humours" of the body.  Most of the time, bloodletting was harmful to...

Weird Universe introduces us to gardening enthusiast and toy designer Richard Tweddell III of Cincinnati, Ohio who, in 1987, patented a method to grow squash, cucumbers, and other fruit in the shape of faces and other objects. "A clear two-piece...

The last meal of the condemned is a tradition going back centuries, although it's now closely associated with the death penalty as we understand it in modern-day America. While the last requests of infamous inmates like Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy...