If you’re tired of the lists that look back on things that happened in 2023, fear not! Looks like 2024 is already shaping up to be a strange one. Here are just a few of the things that have already happened in the first three weeks.
FACELESS SEA BEAST DISCOVERED ON UK BEACH — A mysterious faceless sea monster washed up on a beach in the UK. A 61-year-old woman who found the creature described it as being the size of three people.
INTERACTIVE PLANTS — PlantPetz is an invention debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show. It’s a smart pot that transforms ordinary plants into interactive pets.
ASPARAGUS PREDICTIONS — A British psychic, who uses asparagus to predict the future, said that United States will have a female president this year and it will not be Vice President Kamala Harris.
DOG WITH SIX LEGS NOW HAS FOUR — A six-legged dog named Ariel, found abandoned in a supermarket parking lot in Wales, is now leading a normal life after surgery removed her extra limbs, enabling her to explore her surroundings just like any other dog.
MAN EJECTED OUT OF RV ON FREEWAY — On a Los Angeles freeway, a man was ejected from an RV after it brushed against the center divide, miraculously surviving the ordeal and being taken to the hospital.
PASSENGER SMACKS PILOT — A passenger on an IndiGo flight in India smacked the pilot over a 13-hour delay due to dense fog.
CANADA IS LOSING KLEENEX — It was announced that Kleenex will no longer be sold in Canada due to high shipping costs from its sole manufacturing facility.
WORLD’S OLDEST FEMALE WATER SKIER — Dwan Jacobsen Young, a 92-year-old from Utah, has been recognized as the world’s oldest female water skier, a sport she has enjoyed since 1961 and shared with her family.
VIRAL STANLEY TUMBLER — We’ve learned that the Stanley Tumblers that are so popular and cost so much are manufactured and shipped to the U.S. for between $4 and $6 each.