Subway Slumber of the Day: TGIAF, amirite? These drowsy Chinese dudes know what I'm talking about.
How About That of the Day: A two-headed, five-legged tortoise was born recently in Zilina, Slovakia.
Both of its brains work independently, which has been a bit of a bother for the poor little guy/s. "The second head sometimes doesn't allow the tortoise to know where to go," owner Roman Gresak is quoted as saying.
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Upgraded Childhood of the Day: To promote the UK launch of the new Chevrolet Orlando, GM commissioned the construction of a life-size replica made out of 1.5 tons of Play-Doh. The model, which cost some £6,000, was hand-sculpted by eight model makers over the course of two weeks.
If you happen to be in the area of the Lakeside shoppin
Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: 56-year old Miljenko Parserisas Bukovic, a Mexican newspaper vendor, shows off his 82 Julia Roberts tattoos.
Metro says Mr. Parserisas' obsession with the pretty woman began after a viewing of her Academy Award-winning performance in Erin Brockovich.
Crime And Punishment of the Day: A Brazilian man who fell asleep during a screening of the Yogi Bear movie at a theater in São José do Rio Preto woke up to find himself locked in.
Luckily, an employee was able to come by and let him out. Unluckily, a news crew got there first.
Nostalgia Overload of the Day: Remember that exciting bit of fakery about new episodes of classic NickToons that was making the rounds a few weeks back (see above)? Well, funnily enough, it may have played a decisive role in today's announcement that TeenNick will soon begin rerunning many of your favorite Nick shows from years past.
Starting this fall, old episodes of Rugrats, Kenan & Kel, Pete & Pete, The Amanda Bynes Show