I came by my love of mysteries and the paranormal (and maybe even haunted travels?) honestly: via TV in the form of a lovable little cartoon called Scooby Doo. I wondered what Scooby Doo characters might say about the Haunt Jaunts Halloween in the Bermuda Triangle Cruise.
I found a way
I always find weird things wherever I go. Istanbul was no exception. For this week's Wordless Wednesday installment, I figured I'd share a few things that struck me as most weird.
I'm not sure how it tastes, but this super ugly fish was for sale at a restaurant. The last
One of Istanbul's architectural crown jewels is the Ayasofya, or Hagia Sophia as it's also known. Upon its dedication in 360, it was used as the Greek Patriarchal cathedral of Constantinople until 1453. For a short time, from 1402-1461, it served as a Roman Catholic cathedral. From 1453 until 1931
I love funny Halloween costumes. The funnier the better. As I was shopping around this Halloween, I came across some really s#!tty costumes. Literally. Which made them all the funnier.
I decided they merited a second Wordless Wednesday post for today. Might as well share my amusement, right?
Bull S#!t Adult Costume
What was your favorite kids cereal growing up? Two of mine were Lucky Charms and Count Chocula.
I never would've thought of dressing up for Halloween as a favorite kids' cereal mascot back in the day. However, these days I might. Especially because there are now kids' cereals Halloween costumes out
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