Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for May 16, 2022

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    stevesilver48  3 months ago

    The Dunkin’ customers from LaBelle FL must pray that Dave knows Jackson’s digestive system as well as he knows his own.

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    stevesilver48  3 months ago

    I’d imagine that Slime Robot thing might come in handy in E.R.s all over. The people who need it will still swear they have no idea how “that got up there” but it might save them while making for a laugh break for whatever medical personnel are working that shift.

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    jasonsnakelover  3 months ago

    Bavid Dosselait

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  3 months ago

    When this year was that HK magnetic slime robot made?

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    monkeysky  3 months ago

    The magnetic “robot”, while very cool (and potentially very useful) is slightly overstated. From what I understand, it has no ability to move on its own, and is basically just a magnetic slime that can be moved using a magnetic field.

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    pearlsbs  3 months ago

    There is no letter “e” in any word in the in this story of over 50,000 words, if anyone cares.

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    bookworm0812  3 months ago

    Only 11%? That’s not much for the most common letter of the alphabet.

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    oakie817  3 months ago

    if a woodbooger would pick boogers, how many boogers would a woodbooger pick?

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    WCraft Premium Member 3 months ago

    A few years ago, we flew into another city and had no car. Next to the hotel was a Dunkin Donuts; I’m thinking it was drive-thru only or the dining room was closed. I walked up to the window and knocked. They were surprised but took my order.

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    artegal  3 months ago

    The letter “E” appeared in 58.3% of the words in that sentence. Overacheiver.

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  3 months ago

    The art and science of simple code breaking utilizes the frequency of letters used in the encoded message. Here’s a link to an article on that topic. (Modern computer generated codes are much more complicated).

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    Charlie Fogwhistle  3 months ago

    I think the horse in the RBION drawing is ordering the usual.

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    FassEddie  3 months ago

    “Florida man rides horse though drive through” is the tamest news story out of the poison peninsula today.

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    FassEddie  3 months ago

    Horse walks into a bar:

    Bartender: Hey.

    Horse: Sure

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    mindjob  3 months ago

    Robotic slime is popular with bulimics

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  16. Missing large  3 months ago

    The horse prefers raised yeast plain.Jelly drips on his hooves.

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    A man is pacing back and forth in the maternity ward,waiting for his wife to give birth.

    Finally a nurse comes in and invites him to co me view his new baby.

    Looking through the glass window at a couple dozen babies,theman points and says “That one must be mine”.

    Only he’s white and the baby is Black.

    The nurse asks why he thinks it’s his baby and he says—“It must be.My wife burns everything”.

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    diegot  3 months ago

    Eleven percent? That seems incorrect. (In this sentene alone, it’s almost one hundred percent.

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    toads are superior  3 months ago

    my teacher makes us watch the news daily and ive heard about the slime thing, wouldnt you have to put magnets in the body for it to work or no?

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    stevesilver48  3 months ago

    Some people actually believed Red Skelton was funny! BELIEVE IT OR NOT!

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima  3 months ago

    I once rode a horse through dunkin’ something or other. Bath and laundry duties ensued.

    Take care, may famed dictionary whisperer Professor Reginald “They Arrived With A Bulldozer And That ‘Hoarders’ TV Show Crew But I Prevailed By Reading To Them” Nutsollord be with you, and gesundheit.

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    JonSchuck  3 months ago

    You don’t say? That’s fascinating. Would not thought that was so.

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