This Afternoon's Odd News 5/22/18

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The U.S. Postal Service just announced their first line ever of scratch-and-sniff stamps. They'll smell like different types of popsicles, and they come out next month. (USA Today)

Hitler is NOT alive on the moon, according to a new study. Researchers in France studied his last remains and confirmed that he really did pass away in his bunker at the end of World War Two. (

One out of four Americans say they haven't visited all of the iconic landmarks in their own city, according to a new survey. And the landmarks the people want to see the most are: Grand Canyon . . . Yellowstone National Park . . . and the Statue of Liberty. (New York Post)

The average person takes 1 hour and 2 minutes to get ready each morning. The top things we think about first thing after we wake up are the weather, work, something health related, chores, and what's happening on social media (SWNS Digital)

What's the ideal number of people to be stuck in an elevator with? The most popular answer in a new survey was one other person, so you wouldn't be alone, but wouldn't be cramped. But 1% said they'd want it to be PACKED. survey

A couple in Florida stole a motorized shopping cart from a Walmart last week . . . to ride it less than a mile down the street to a BAR. The cops found them there and arrested them for theft. (NBC 8 - Tampa) 

A 10-year-old girl near Columbus, Ohio has been waiting for a kidney transplant. So a teacher at her school who barely even knew her stepped up, and she's donating. The surgery will happen this summer. (NY Post)

You can now buy an iPhone case that's also a 22-pound dumbbell. It supposedly makes it easier to watch TV and check Facebook while pumping iron. (Full Story)

A 24-year-old security guard in California was arrested on Sunday for robbing the CVS where he used to be a loss prevention officer. (Full Story)

A guy in Florida won a state golf championship earlier this month after his caddy got into an argument with his opponent . . . punched him in the face . . . and his opponent had to withdraw. (Full Story)

Here's a super fun fact for you. A new study found humans represent about 0.01% of all life on Earth. And we've managed to kill 83% of the planet's wildlife, plus half of the plants. (Full Story)


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