Oddbox is no more. In its stead I have trawled the internet for the weird and wonderful. Alright, I've scoured the BBC website.
There's been a bit of a kerfuffle in the UK over some bones, that are reported to be those of Richard III, being dug up under a car park. However, there are many royal bones that have been lost or mislaid. From India there is the tale of the overweight elephants, while in Europe, there are tours of the site where Holmes and Moriarty battled to the death. In the Philippines, one man turned his book collection into a library and ended up with a few thousand more books, and the Ignobel prizes have been announced. They're awarded to research that leaves you asking the question: Why did they do that?
There are a number of videos on the BBC site, so here's a selection of the oddest, strangest and most interesting. First up are the ladies who tweet on behalf of the Mars Rover, followed by the cinema ninjas who tell people to be quiet. What's your school run like? In Mexico they've introduced Donkeys.
A failed robbery is always good for a laugh. One attempt to rob an Apple store went wrong, while a robber in Abingdon, UK found he couldn't open the door and took his disguise off while escaping. While trying to escape from the police, one crook decided to throw money out of the car window. He failed to get away.
Onto the natural world, and something I've always wondered. How do you grow the world's biggest onion? More to the point, how many tears are shed when you cut it? Lastly, a Siberian zoo has bred the world's first Liliger, a cross between a two Lions and a Tiger.
Before I get to the pictures, take a look at this time chart of the causes of teenage sex. Elvis comes in for blame as does the Bump (remember that), skipping breakfast and hugging.
And now, it's onto the pictures.
And with that, I bid you adieu and hope you have a FABULOUS weekend.