It's what some might consider to be a freaky and strange phenomenon. Christmas eyebrows, or styling your brows to look like Christmas trees, is indeed a thing, whether you like it or not. People are actually pushing the hairs of their eyebrows into opposite directions to mimic the look of a Christmas tree before adding all kinds of adornments to their "trees."
What would you do if someone you knew enjoyed dressing up like a dog all the time? What if it went beyond that? Human pups are people who enjoy not only dressing up as accurately like dogs as possible, but also playing and behaving like dogs.
It's mostly men who do this and they say it goes beyond a sexual fetish. Those who become human pups say that they enjoy having no outside worries and use it as a form of escapism from reality, bills and the harshness of life.
Generally speaking, if an act hurts no one an is committed by two consenting adults, it should be fine, right? And fantasies are fantasies for a reason: you don't REALLY want to enact those deep, dark thoughts. You just enjoy visiting them in your mind. So the fact that lots of people are lusting after Pennywise in the new Stephen King's It film, it shouldn't freak us out, right?
This may be the freakiest story you hear all day.
Depending on where you live, there may or may not be rules on the books which require a realtor to disclose if there was ever a death in the house. The real estate jargon is "stigmatized properties," and each state's laws vary.
This is something that has been floating around on the Internet along with all the other crazy-ass chain mail email letters that your grandma forwards to you. I was reminded of it last night when I was watching a "King of the Hill" re-run, of all things. When Megalo-Mart buys out the organic food co-op, the co-op's butcher takes early retirement and reportedly buys a condo on a cruise ship.
Hundreds of people go missing every year. But retired police officer David Paulides claims to have located "clusters" of missing people incidents which follow the same strange formula. Odder still, these clusters are found in North America's mountain forests, including state and national parks.