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The most popular category by far, and as luck would have it, it is also the largest. Hands-down, oddities is my favorite category of them all.

There are so many weird things in this world. Things that make you do a double-take, scratch your head, and wonder at length about all the if's, what's and why's. Such experiences are one of the many essential ingredients that make life so worth living. Think about all the strange and odd things you've seen in your lifetime. How many of them are part of the great stories you tell, stories that paint interesting pictures of past experiences and events.

I've profiled 112 oddities, most of which I stumbled upon, operating on a mental frequency completely lacking any overt intention to seek them out. Hmmmm... Perhaps discovering oddities is a lot like the old adage, "a watched pot never boils"?

Here are my favorite oddities.

Lost Civilization Born to be Wild Steel Indians Worm Vending
Watery French Impression Fish in a Fish Talking Wall Dripping Concoction
Elephant Skin Frisky Frosty Whizz on Communism German Longhorn
Rock Mittens Pimping Bike Air Tight Camper Mountain Injection

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Somewhere in Northeastern Arizona
Upper Falls, Canyon Area, Yellowstone
Merrick Butte, Monument Valley, AZ
Seagull near Jordon Pond, Acadia National Park, ME
Statement of the Obvious, Southern Tenessee
Fish in a Fish, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC
French Quarter, New Orleans, LA
Three Gossips, Arches National Park, UT
Petrified Logs, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC
Bus Bench, Denver, CO
Double Arch, Arches National Park, UT
Old Rusty Farm Equipment, Southern Tennessee
Ausable Chasm, Keeseville, NY
The General Lee, Pigeon Forge, TN