A lady of limited means residing in the country says that her garden clothes herself and her daughter.
— The Nelson Evening Mail, August 31 1906
There is a typo in Punjabi birth certificates.
Since January 2013, a Russian cruise ship has been drifting unmanned in the North Atlantic.
Toxic trolls are pushing Vicky and Ferne too far.
Jan Ladislav Dussek is the fattest composer on records.
The 50th Annual Spring Lunch of the Concrete Society (London & South East Region) will be held this Friday at the KIA Oval. Tickets £90+VAT.
Richard Dawkins’ real first name is ‘Clinton’.
In the 1600s, some doctors recommended their patients fart in jars to help treat exposure to the bubonic plague.
Only one person can make instant coffee at a time.
In sudden leaps the flexible tiger appears.
A Melchizedek holds the equivalent of 40 standard bottles of wine.
Reasons for admission to the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum (1864-1889) included ‘bad whiskey’, ‘masturbation for 30 years’, and ‘novel reading’.
Every Mother’s Day needs a Mother’s Night.
Americans do not have kettles.