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Freaky Friday News: November 23, 2012

Welcome to the Toilet Museum!!

No, I'm not joking.  A man in South Korea donated his toilet house, pictured above, to become a toilet museum.  It's become a tourist attraction. *smacks hand on forehead*

If you want to know more, I suggest you watch this slideshow on Reuters.

This week, a man in Surrey, southern England, found a dead pigeon while cleaning out a disused fireplace.  Amazingly, the dead pigeon turned out to be a carrier pigeon from World War II, and it still carried an encrypted message.  Sadly, no one alive today can decrypt the message, because no one knows which code was used to encrypt the message.

Picture by Tad


  1. That is wild...about the pigeon, that is. Not too sure about the toilet museum.

    1. I wonder if we'll ever know what the message says...


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