Oddly Enough Blog

Beauty tips from Hannibal Lecter

August 25, 2008

Readers come to this blog for the very latest in diet and beauty news, and it’s time again for Diet and Beauty Fair 2008, in Tokyo.

Hi! I’m running for the Pepsi Challenge!

August 22, 2008

obama-pepsi-1-200.jpgOkay folks, this new Pepsi ad campaign is gonna make history! I see a kind of slice-of-life commercial, where some big-name spokesman goes into a diner and talks to people about thirst-quenching goodness.

You gonna eat that pickle, pal?

August 7, 2008

kim-crop-food.jpgBlog Guy, I was fascinated by your item on that Axis of Evil guy from North Korea. He seems like a regular fellow. Do you have any more information from his visit to a military site? Like, where was it?

Add a cup of cyanide, a pinch of arsenic, and voila!

August 4, 2008

henbane-1-160.jpgSo there’s this celebrity chef, see, and he said in a magazine article that a plant called henbane makes an excellent addition to summertime meals.

I scream, you scream, we all….

July 18, 2008

ice-cream-militia-crop-140.jpgOkay folks, you’ve been trained for your summer ice cream routes, and today you get your assignments. Herb goes to Pleasantville, Ohio. Joyce gets Maple Grove, Oregon. Earl, you’ go to Najaf, Iraq….

More pudding for the President!

July 16, 2008

bush-0715-crop.jpgBlog Guy, I notice you seem to settle a lot of bets, and I hope you can help me. A bunch of us were debating how long President Bush could hold a half-cup of warm tapioca pudding in his mouth before he’d have to spit it out. Can you find out?

Hand grenades and lemonades…

July 1, 2008


Updated with video report

Here we are in Beirut, a city that has endured far more than its fair share of war and bloodshed, and we’re going to open a fast-food restaurant. What would be a good theme for it?

Weird? Only if you’re a weenie!

June 23, 2008

sourtoe-300.jpgWe have a story on a travel Website’s “Top 10 weird activities” for travelers seeking the outlandish.

In the mood for Italic tonight, Babe?

June 19, 2008

menu-fonts-360.jpgA new study found if you read something in a complicated font, you expect it to BE complicated, and to have to pay more for it.