Soulcalibur is a game in which you can slap an opponent to death with the blunt end of a katana and it’s well known amongst gamers for its remarkably diverse list of characters. Curiously, all of these characters were designed around their weapon, not the other way around like you’d expect.
Turbans are badass, they’re like the bastard child of a crash helmet and a wizard’s hat, made of silk. As if that wasn’t awesome enough, a hundred years ago, some people used to store kick-ass weaponry on top of and inside them.
As weird as it may sound, you can totally communicate with someone using only flowers, we don’t mean you can give your girlfriend a red rose to let her know you’ve messed up, we mean it’s entirely possible to have a conversation with someone entirely through the exchange of flowers, provided you both know what they mean.
The internet is rife with rumors and myths about Coca-Cola, its origins and the crazy stuff you can do with it, unsurprisingly most of them aren’t true. What we don’t understand is why people feel the need to make stuff up about Coca-Cola when its origin story is already weirder than a knock-off superhero.
Of all the ways it is possible to lose an eye, “scalding sausage shrapnel” is probably the one that’s going to raise the most awkward questions in the emergency room. So you should probably feel sorry for people who lived in England during WW2 when that exact scenario was totally plausible.