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What’s Unusually Interesting About?

Unusually interesting features strange, odd, bizarre and downright weird news. The kind of stories that isn’t always easy to find on other news websites. If you do happen to find a weird news story elsewhere, it’s usually the only one on the site. Here at unusually interesting, we gather all of these strange, odd, bizarre and weird news stories in one place so you can read about our weird world until your heart’s content.

However, we’re not simply copying articles from other sites, we provide our own unique insight into the weird news we feature.

Did You Know?

Along with weird news, we also provide unusually interesting facts & stories from history and today. The type of facts that you may not have been aware of previously. This type of information can be found in the Did You Know section of the site. If I’m honest, this is actually my favorite section.

Joke of the day & Memes

To offer our readers a daily laugh to go along with the weird news they enjoy so much we provide a hilarious joke of the day and regularly posted gut busting meme galleries. Both of which will keep you laughing long after you’ve read them.

We like to think we’re here for the people who have a sense of humor that may be a little different than most people. Those who find the weird entertaining should feel right at home here.

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