We just wrapped up the first week of 2017 and we already have a lot of big affairs, hot happenings and sad news from around the world. However, there are weird and quirky findings that we came across last week too.
So, let’s have a look at the top 10 things that we had no idea about till last week:
The emails you send on Mondays are more prone to grammatical blunders than those you send on other days of the week. Well, weekend takes a toll on everyone.
Royal Swedish Ghosts:
The Queen of Sweden thinks that her safe haven, Royal Palace, is haunted by ghosts seeking some sort of revenge.
Window shoppers and visitors can use a display computer in Apple store all day long and no store employee will ever ask the users to stop or to leave the store.
China and East London are far, far away. But, it is possible to take the train from Yiwu, Eastern China all the way to Barking, East London.
Conspicuous British Government:
The British Government is of the view that the mainstream populace has about £433m of pound coins hoarded in their homes. Weird enough?
At least one person in the US is killed through the gunshot by a toddler.
Out of all the Congressmen, only one member of the US Congress is identified or publicly declared as an atheist or a person who doesn’t follow any religion.
A completely NEW organ was discovered in human body. What was previously considered as 78, has now been upgraded to 79 with a new digestive organ recently discovered, in the tow.
Chicken But NO Chicken:
The most famous savory herb eaten throughout Australia with chips is Chicken Salt. And, shockingly, this Chicken salt contains no chicken.
Alien Hand & Body Discovered:
An ‘Alien Hand & body remains’ were discovered from a Peruvian cave by Cusco, situated South East of Peru. It was concluded that the species were unearthly and had been buried in the same place for some years.