Want to look young and fresh, but finding out that nothing is working at your local spa? Shizuka New York skin care salon is offering bird poo facials for $180. Whether they work or not is up to you to decide.
Watch out Miley Cyrus. Hundreds of people got together in New York on Sept. 25 to break the record for the largest number of people to "twerk."
A treasure-hunting Florida family finally hit it big in 2013, hauling in an estimated $300,000 worth some 150 yards off the coast of Fort Pierce, according to USA Today. The gold is about 300 years old and went down with 11 Spanish ships in a hurricane in 1715, the newspaper reported.
A Chinese man has been carrying his home on his back for years. Liu Lingchao, a traveling salesman who sells recyclable drink bottles, travels around Liuzhou in Guangxi Province, according to the Mail Online.
Want to feel manly while you keep yourself fashionably warm this winter? The solution could be a fur coat made entirely out of men's chest hair, MSN reported. The item was commissioned by dairy company Arla.
Blame it on the gas. Police said Deborah Ann Burns stabbed her boyfriend after he passed gas in her face, MSN reported. The two had reportedly been arguing about cash before the disagreement escalated.
There's yet another disorder for us to worry about: sleep-texting. According to NBC News, the practice <a href=" http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/sleep-texting-nightmare-some-cellphone-addicts-8C11003175">has gotten some people into big trouble.</a>
A skunk odor plagued residents of a Buffalo, N.Y., neighborhood this year, the New York Daily News reported. Apparently, after being trapped by officials, the animals were being killed and then stored in an outdoor freezer.
One well-traveled kitty took a ride across state lines in the engine of a car during a woman's road trip from Georgia to Florida, MSN reported.
A study released in 2013 showed that cockroaches could be smarter than we thought, MSN reported. Some mutants have evolved to become repulsed by the sweet-tasting glucose used on poison traps.
"Vampire mom" Julia Caples, 45, admitted in 2013 to drinking nearly 2 liters of human blood each month, according to The Huffington Post. She said she sucks the blood from the backs of willing donors.
A turtle hatched with two heads at the San Antonio Zoo last summer, MSN reported. The reptile, named after the title characters of the movie "Thelma & Louise," has two different heads and brains that share one body.
Two men in different incidents were arrested in July for throwing pizza at their girlfriends, MSN reported. One incident happened in North Carolina and the other happened in South Carolina.
Beau Chevassus made fast-food history in August when he created and then ordered the most expensive fast-food hamburger ever. The burger boasted beef, bacon, chicken, cheese, fried eggs, ham and multiple buns, MSN reported.
Stephen Sansweet's "Star Wars" memorabilia collection -- which features 300,000 items -- was certified in 2013 as the world's largest by Guinness World Records.
Police tried to figure out the identity of a man in Deltona, Fla., who tried to pay his water bill with an envelope that contained cocaine, The Huffington Post reported.
According to CBS News, Colombian police said they arrested a 28-year-old Canadian woman in 2013 who wore a fake baby bump to smuggle cocaine. An inspector noticed that the woman's belly was unusually cold and hard, CBS reported.
Model Valeria Lukyanova claims to be a real-life Barbie. The 28-year-old, who also says that she's also a spiritual guru, is releasing even more about herself in a new documentary, MSN reported.
Roy, Wash., native John Bartheld successfully bred a "panda cow" in 2013, according to MSN. It took the breeder years to reach his goal. The miniature cow has a white face with black around the eyes and a white belt.
The Krause family dynasty continues to dominate the International Cherry Pit Spitting Championship, held every year in Eau Claire, Mich. Matt "BB Gun" Krause won the competition in early July, MSN reported. However, because of a headwind, the length the pits could be spit was limited.
A photographer and former extreme water sports junkie, once strangers have now become friends and teammates. Both share the love for the Central Coast, and they are using that passion to help raise money for a good cause.