27 Outrageous Food Facts

…Saliva Is A Delicacy In China The dish popularly known as “bird’s nest” is a delicacy to some. In China, some people harvest the nests of swiftlets, which are made from twigs combined with the birds’ saliva. The nests are often made into soup and are believed to have healing…

The Weirdest Food Trends There Are, Old and New

…are so many new pickle items on the market these days, there are some delicious things that you can sample, if you too, are a pickle lover. There is now pickle soup, fried pickles, pickle chips, pickle popcorn, pickle, pickle mints, and pickle sunflower seeds. Gold-Covered Foods Yup, this is…

10 Weirdest Phobias

…Say what? You heard it. Eating a peanut butter sandwich is challenging for people with aracibutyrophobia, as they will freak out if the butter sticks to their mouth. 3Trichophobia: fear of loose hairs If there’s a hair in your soup you’re fine, but if you see them everywhere, you might…

Paraguayan Lake Suddenly Turns Bright Purple

…sediments floating in the water. But in 2006, the Yellow River became the “Off-White Cloudy Soup River” for a while. Suspended matter in the water emitted a “sour” smell and left the stones on the river bank covered in white… Stuff, as well. The local environmental officials conducted an investigation,…

Oddest ‘National Day of’ Holidays in November: Part One

…Marine Corps Birthday, National Forget-Me-Not Day, and National Vanilla Cupcake Day. National Sundae Day, Veterans Day, and International Singles Day are all celebrated on November 11th. November 12th is National French Dip Day, National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day (HA,) and National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day….

Irish Woman Exorcises Her Ghost Husband For Being A Pain In The Butt

…any green pea soup. Incredibly, following an exorcism, Mrs. Teague says her health has improved immensely. “Previously, I’d had an MRI scan in November which showed that my bowel was perforated. That’s something that doesn’t heal without surgery. So I had the exorcism and incredibly it healed up. I’ve not…