In a shocking turn of events, renowned Renaissance painter Antonio del Pollaiuolo has been resurrected from the dead and has made it known that he is less than impressed with the current state of the art world.
The new law requiring superheroes to be licensed and insured has caused quite a stir in the superhero community. Some are even questioning whether it's worth the hassle to operate within the law. Take Batman, for example. Gotham's protector has always been a bit of a vigilante, but now he's facing even more red tape. When we asked him about the regulation, he groaned, "I can barely keep track of my utility belt, now I have to deal with insurance? What's next, a Bat-license?" We can only imagine how much Gotham's insurance premiums will go up if he continues fighting crime uninsured.
Have you ever met someone who you thought was leading a completely ordinary life, only to have them reveal something hilariously absurd about themselves? I have, and it was one of the funniest experiences of my life.
Starting next Monday, people's hair will start to develop unique traits and personality, similar to humans and animals.
Visitors of a local sauna have reported some spooky incidents that have left them wondering whether the place is haunted by restless spirits.
The rise of digital communication has made it easier than ever to stay connected with people, but there's a growing sentiment among millennials that something has been lost in the transition to a completely virtual world.
In a surprising turn of events, phonebooks are making a comeback. While many thought that the age of paper directories had come to an end, it seems that nostalgia-loving Millennials are keeping the tradition alive.
A shocking event occurred when two parents moved out of their home and left behind their daughter. The family had been living together for many years but due to a sudden change in the parents' circumstances, they moved out forgetting their daughter was still inside.