First up, a Free Shop in Wrexham has boosted the local economy. Goods are donated to the shop and anyone can come and take what they want. It's crazy, but most people treat it properly.
Now for the odd news stories, and first up is a video of lightning hitting St Peter's Basilica not long after the Pope announced his resignation. To the other side of the globe now, and China's craze for building odd-shaped skyscrapers has resulted in a pair of trousers being built. Now, how about a light bulb that lasts for 130 years?
Non-video news now and I'll start with every man's dream: a penis that grows back. Trouble is, the genitalia in question belong to sea slugs.
An ambulance crew was sent out to a body in a car. A member of the public noticed it had been there for some time, but when they arrived it turned out to be a mannequin. How many capital cities has England had? Quite a few. Winchester and London are the two most famous, but the Lincolnshire city of Gainsborough was the capital for five weeks in 1013. Must be one of the shortest runs in history.
Lastly a couple of pieces for all you writers out there. What the web is doing to fiction, and what writer's really earn.
Now the moment you've all been waiting for...PICTURE TIME. (And shame on you if you didn't follow a single link above)
And with that I bid you adieu and wish you a fabulous weekend.