Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for June 18, 2022

  1. B986e866 14d0 4607 bdb4 5d76d7b56ddb
    Templo S.U.D.  almost 2 years ago

    Galvatore Sarau sold his “Tu Sei” (or “Noi Siamo”?) for 19,000 dollars.

     •  Reply
  2. 16914740417144785387296898810443
    jasonsnakelover  almost 2 years ago

    One time I was 1,601 years old, and I had to blow out a lot of candles.

    May the Lord be with you.

     •  Reply
  3. Scan0098  2
    charliefarmrhere  almost 2 years ago

    Once upon a time (don’t all good stories start this way?) A King decided to join the Crusades with his army. In preparing to leave, he called for his most trusted knight to appear before him. Sir Lyzalot says the King, I have an important job for you. As much as I would like you at my side in battle, I need to keep you here to protect the castle & also my dear wife the beautiful Queen. One thing you must know before I leave however, is that the Queen is wearing a chastity belt. If I should be killed in battle, it wouldn’t be right for her to have to endure it for the rest of her life, so I am entrusting you with the key to unlock it, should that happen. With that being said, the King & his army depart. About 15 minutes later, a lone rider is seen coming to them at a full gallop, from the castle. Upon reaching the King, Sir Lyzalot nearly breathless from the hard ride, says your Majesty, you gave me the wrong key!!!

     •  Reply
  4. Radedsmiley
    meg_grif  almost 2 years ago

    Coin badger don’t care.

     •  Reply
  5. Missing large
    mswinson  almost 2 years ago

    Silver’s rancher also had a 3-legged pig. Took him to a bar and told the barkeep “Give me and my pig a beer.” Barkeep said “We can’t serve pigs.” The rancher explained how exceptional this pig is…he helps plow the fields, repair the barn, and even cooks meals. The barkeep says “okay, I’ll give him a beer but you gotta tell me how he lost his leg.” Rancher says “Well, a pig this good, you don’t wanna eat him all at once.” Bazinga.

     •  Reply
  6. Huckandfish
    Huckleberry Hiroshima  almost 2 years ago

    And I have an invisible bridge I’d like to sell.

    Take care, may rich moron Reginald “Daddy Left Me Millions So That Proves I’m So Very Smart And Better Than You And Stuff Shut Up!” Rothtrumpord be with you, and gesundheit.

     •  Reply
  7. Avatar92
    Charlie Fogwhistle  almost 2 years ago

    Badgers, huh?

    I called the ASPCA hotline yesterday to tell them I’d just found six Badgers in a suitcase by the side of the road.

    “Are they moving?” asked the operator.

    “Not sure” I replied “But that would explain the suitcase.”

    Until next time.

     •  Reply
  8. Img 1610
    WCraft Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    And everyone played along with the invisible sculpture and praised it for it’s artsy glory until a child shouted: “There is nothing there!”

     •  Reply
  9. Teeth life of brian
    jsimpso1  almost 2 years ago

    Apparently this “sculpture” has done this nonsense before. This link leads to a YT video of Buddha in Repose that’s nothing more than a square on the ground made of tape. https://news.artnet.com/art-world/italian-artist-auctioned-off-invisible-sculpture-18300-literally-made-nothing-1976181

     •  Reply
  10. Avatar92
    Charlie Fogwhistle  almost 2 years ago

    What is art? Anything you can sell that is labeled as art. Is it worth the price? If there is even one buyer who thinks it’s worth it to him, knowing that it might never be sold again to anyone at any price, it’s worth it. People pay for experiences, such as helicopter flights over exotic locations, why isn’t it equally valid to pay for the experience of being cheated?

     •  Reply
  11. Large screenshot 2022 09 14 2.20.20 pm
    Snuffles [Previously Helikitty]   almost 2 years ago

    This is ridiculous. Selling nothing for $18,000!

     •  Reply
  12. Missing large
    heathcliff2  almost 2 years ago

    For some imagination can be labeled with a price.

     •  Reply
  13. Bob 1
    moondog42 Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    Badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger badger MUSHROOM MUSHROOM

     •  Reply
  14. Missing large
    ekke  almost 2 years ago

    And I’ll bet the badger has yet to see a penny of that loot!

     •  Reply
  15. Greg backlit
    mindjob  almost 2 years ago

    Anyone know about atomic optical clocks? I see an article on NIST, but I don’t have a membership

     •  Reply
  16. Missing large
    Stephen Gilberg  almost 2 years ago

    I think “Il” was supposed to be another “Io.”

     •  Reply
  17. No name on the bullet
    NoNameOntheBullet Premium Member almost 2 years ago

    To those of us on the street level sharing sandwiches, coffee and conversation; with jobs, families, taxes. favorite TV shows and movies; the change in the length of a second is a non-starter. No one like scientists can come up with more ways to burn through government grants!

     •  Reply
  18. Speed racer
    namelocdet  almost 2 years ago

    Salvatore must be related to P.T. Barnum.

     •  Reply
  19. Missing large
    198.23.5.11  almost 2 years ago

    The badger was last seen driving a Lamborghini

     •  Reply
Sign in to comment

More From Ripley's Believe It or Not