Oldest Lady Still “Feeling Good”!

Misao Okawa, 114 years old

Misao Okawa, 114 years old

Misao Okawa, a Japanese lady is the oldest living human today. She is 114 years old and believes that she is still feeling good about herself.

At the ceremony of handing over the certificate to prove her longevity from Guinness World Record to her, she is really happy with the honour given to her.

She was born on 5th March 1898 and married in 1919 and had three children, four grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.

Credits to: dailychilli.com

Man Killed After His Testicles Being SQUEEZED!

Poor man! He was just trying to stop a woman to park her scooter. The incident happened in China.

A 42-year-old shop owner in Hainan, China, was killed after a woman squeezed his testicles. All this happened because of a parking dispute.

The 41-year-old woman wanted to park her scooter in front of the man’s shop. The man said NO! An argument began to rage and soon became physical, with the woman grabbing the man’s testicles and squeezing them …hard and long. He collapsed and died.

Dead man

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I am Not a Turtle Anymore!

I have seen the Hypertrichosis, Argyria, and Lymphatic Filariasis. Hypertrichosis is really a blanket medical term that refers to excessive body hair. Argyria is that the skinbecomes blue or bluish-grey colored. Lymphatic filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, is best known from dramatic photos of people with grossly enlarged or swollen arms and legs.

However, this boy from Bogota is suffering from a big mole on his back. Didier Montalvo, 6, born with the disease which is scientifically called Congenital Melanocytic Nevus and is harmful to his health.

Being believed in shamanic theory, the boy is believed to be created (fetus) during eclipse. They are also believed that the boy is being disturbed by supernatural spirit. The spirit could be the barrier for the boy to go to school and to be baptized.

However, concerned team of plastic surgery doctors from Britain, Neil Bulstrode, volunteered himself to help Montalvo for free.

Before the surgery

After the surgery

Credits to: galvinaven.wordpress.com and hmetro.com.my

Human-sized Barbie Doll is ALIVE!

Fascinated! Extreme disbelieved! OMG! Amazing! These are the words popping out from my brain when I found this article about a real living Barbie doll. WOW! Ukrainian model Valeria Lukyanova is a living Barbie doll. The 21-year-old has undergone plastic surgeries and make-up to make her look like Barbie doll.

Describing herself as “the most famous woman on the Russian-language Internet”, she has posted photos and videos online, showing off her assets to the world. She has big sparkly eyes, long blonde hair, flawless skin, tiny waist and large breasts.

You can see for yourself the sameness of their looks. Do not be surprised!

Barbie Dolls

Valeria Lukyanova is a living Barbie doll

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Human With Two Faces!

Human with two faces is a very rarely found in the world. But there were/are cases I have found. I cannot find the medical explanation. I would rather want to share with you something that is quite mysterious. I am speechless!


Bill Durks

Bill does not have “2” faces actually. He was born with a condition known as frontonasal dysplasia, a birth defect that occurs when the two halves of an embryo’s face fail to come together completely. He had a deeply cleft lip and palate and a bifid, or double, nose – each half having only one nostril. What you’re seeing in the photo as a third eye in the center of his face was painted on by Bill himself, to fool excitable carnival-goers. – Punkinatrix

Robert Owen ‘Bob’ Melvin

He was born Schuyler County, Missouri, on May 9, 1920, one of six children of Fred and Hazel Melvin. Throughout his life he was examined by doctors, but all were unable to find a diagnosis for his deformity; Bob said it was simply “god’s sense of humor”. In his later years, however, he was found to have neurofibromatosis, a disorder that causes the spontaneous growth of fibrous tumors. Manifestations of NF differ greatly from patient to patient; some simply have brown birthmarks called cafe-au-lait spots, while others are greatly deformed. As a child, he was barred from attending school because of the way he looked; however, he did manage to obtain an education. He excelled at math and often helped with the bookkeeping for the sideshows.

Sam Alexander

He was born a relatively average man. In his early 20’s he was actively pursuing a career in theater and had been recently promoted at the Shubert Theatre in Chicago when personal disaster struck. Although the details are a little sketchy, Sam was ultimately involved in a huge gasoline explosion that was the result of his own carelessness. While he was able to instinctively save his eyes by raising his arm, he received deep burns around his lips and lower face. Even more unfortunate, his wounds festered and became severely infected. Doctors were forced to remove much of his lower face and lips, practically to the bone. As a result, Sam Alexander was left with a permanent and disturbing teeth-gnashing grimace and a gruesome visage.

Chang Tzu Ping

He was born with a second face, consisting of a mouth with a rudimentary tongue and several teeth, a bristly patch of scalp, and vestiges of eyes, nose, and ears. The throat of the second mouth was imperforate and the lips could not move independently, but when Chang opened his mouth, the second mouth opened too. In his small village he was called ‘Two-Faced Chang’ and feared by local children, who thought him to be a monster. However, when he was around 40 years old, some American soldiers in China discovered him and brought him back to the United States. He had the second face removed surgically and returned to live the remainder of his life in his native village.


Mother Sushma holds her daughter Lali at their residence in Saini Sunpura, 50 km (31 miles) east of New Delhi, India, Tuesday, April 8, 2008. The baby with two faces, two noses, two pairs of lips and two pairs of eyes was born on March 11 in a northern Indian village, where she is doing well and is being worshipped as the reincarnation of a Hindu goddess, her father said Tuesday. (Photo: chinadaily.com.cn/Agencies)

Edward Mordrake

 Edward Mordrake (sometimes written Edward Mordake) is claimed to be a 19th century heir to one of the peerages in England who had an extra face on the back of his head. According to the story, the extra face could neither eat nor speak, but it could laugh and cry. Edward begged doctors to have his ‘devil twin’ removed, because, supposedly, it whispered horrible things to him at night, but no doctor would attempt it. He committed suicide at the age of 23.

Credits to: phreeque.com, en.ce.cn, phreeque.com, thehumanmarvels.com, blameitonthevoices.com, and weirdpicturearchive.com

Weird Diseases

Diseases are something that we could trace and could not trace in a a human being. Some might be visible and some might remain invisible in human’s body. But, there are some cases that are very rare happen in the world of medic. Weird diseases also can affect human being. They are unexplainable and incurable (some). Let us sneak into some cases of weird diseases:

1. Hypertrichosis

Werewof Syndrome or Hypertrichosis

Hypertrichosis is really a blanket medical term that refers to excessive body hair. It can actually be generalized, symmetrically affecting most of the torso and limbs, or localized, affecting only a small area or location.

2. Progeria


Progeria is a disease that produces rapid aging, beginning in childhood. The disorder has very low incidences and occurs in an estimated 1 per 8 million live births.

3. Argyria

The most dramatic symptom of argyria is that the skinbecomes blue or bluish-grey colored. That is why the patient looks blue in color. Argyria may be found as generalized argyria or local argyria. Argyrosis is the corresponding condition related to the eye.

4. Elephantiasis


Lymphatic filariasis, also known as elephantiasis, is best known from dramatic photos of people with grossly enlarged or swollen arms and legs. The disease is caused by parasitic worms, including Wuchereria bancrofti, Brugia malayi, and B. timori, all transmitted by mosquitoes.

Credits to: wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypertrichosis, thehumanmarvels.com, wikipedia.org/wiki/Progeria, nlm.nih.gov, wikipedia.org/wiki/Argyria, youtube.com, offbeatspot101.blogspot.com