Interesting facts about a crazy little place called Africa

Out of all the areas of land that made up the super continent of Pangea, Africa has moved the least. There are more people speaking French in Africa than in France. In Tunisia, images of fish are often used to protect against evil. New buildings often have fish bones or tails embedded in them as they are built, and cars …

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A Harry Potter themed wedding that is beyond magical

All you Harry Potter fanatics can take inspiration from this incredible movie-themed wedding. Super-fans Cassie and Lewis Byrom will tell you that they’re very far from being normal, and they’re perfectly proud of that. The couple was recently married at Manchester Town Hall, and they threw themselves an elaborate Potter-themed wedding in honor of their favorite book series. They worked …

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Little girl writes a note, idiot school believes it

Mexico can make some serious tequilas and Americans drink that sweet blue agave nectar. In fact the U.S.A. is tequila’s #1 consumer market. As for the production end, the “Consejo Regulador del Tequila” (Tequila Regulatory Council) has registered 1,377 domestically bottled brands. The following list of bottles will cost you big time. So check that credit card in the morning …

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The Freedom Tower In New York City Is A Symbol Of Hope

The Freedom Tower opened on November 3, 2014 and it is the fourth largest skyscraper in the world. The building is impressive to look at, but perhaps the most impressive thing about it is that it stands as a symbol of hope for anyone who lost a loved one on September 11, 2001.

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Man finds odd message in a bottle

A fella by the name of Norman MacDonald who hails from West Mabou was simply collecting trash from the shores of West Mabou Beach last Wednesday when he came across a rather odd little item. It was a 375 millilitre bottle of Sauza Gold Tequila. It wasn’t empty- but it wasn’t filled with Tequils O’Neals. It contained $25.00 Canadian, a …

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Natural phenomena that are almost better than science fiction

The Door to Hell is a gas fire in Turkmenistan that was ignited by scientists in 1971 and never stopped burning. That’s 45 years, in case you didn’t do the math. Huge flocks of up to 50,000 starlings form The Black Sun form in areas of the UK right before sundown in mid-winter. They’re also called murmurations. Running through the …

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Some of the craziest pizzas the world has to offer

Crocodile Pizza From Sydney This saltwater crocodile pizza is a speciality at the Australian Hotel in the Rocks, Sydney. Pizza in a jar Essentially all that you will be doing is layering your pizza ingredients into the jar and baking in an oven at 350 degrees. Don’t forget a fork!   Full English Breakfast Pizza A fairly simple concept here: …

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The video games that made you the saddest

Last week we asked you to share what gaming moment made you the saddest? We pulled together the best ones you left in the comments. Here are the results. Spoiler Warnings for the following games: #3 Final fantasy 7 #4 COD: Modern Warfare 2 #5 Bioshock Infinite #7 Gears of War 2 #8 Gears of war 3 #9 Mass Effect …

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Animated Movies That Totally Dominated The Box Office

Animated movies might be meant for kids, but they also make some serious money at the box office. No. 10. “Shrek the Third” (2007) $408 million — adjusted gross Unadjusted: $322.7 million Grumpy Shrek is heir to the kingdom, but he’s not happy about it. He sets a plan in hopes that his nephew Artie (Justin Timberlake) will be the …

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