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'Divorcing a Real Witch,' 'Where Do Camels Belong?': the year's oddest book titles

The Bookseller/Diagram Prize for the Oddest Title of the Year -- which calls itself "arguably Britain's most prestigious literary award" -- has revealed its seven-title shortlist.

#TheDress: Retailer weighs in on gold/white or blue/black debate

British-based retailer Roman Originals maintains that people are free to disagree over the exact colorings of its controversial stripey dress.

Eiffel Tower goes green with wind power

As part of the renovation of the Parisian monument's first floor, two wind turbines have been installed at vertical axes, announced the company that operates the Eiffel Tower this Thursday, February 26.

KFC UK launches edible cups made with biscuit and chocolate

KFC is set to launch mood-enhancing, edible coffee cups across their restaurants in the UK.

A night with Godzilla? In Japan, anything is possible

If you've ever wanted to sleep with a giant lizard -- and let's face it, you only live once -- one Japanese hotel has just the thing with its soon-to-be opened Godzilla Room.

Owl-themed pop-up café to open in London

After cat and dog cafés, the next animal-themed café to cross over from Japan and into the Western world is quite the hoot.

Watch: viral ‘House of Cards'/'Sesame Street' mash-up

A parody of Netflix series "House of Cards" that compares the show's political machinations to "The Three Little Pigs" has been gathering buzz since it was released on Monday.

Aussies get a lick out of glow-in-the-dark ice cream

A pair of Australian ice cream makers has conducted psychedelic dairy sorcery and created a frozen dessert that glows in the dark.

LED traffic lights just too cool for snowy Japan

Energy-saving LED traffic lights seemed like a cool way to cut back on electricity costs, but Japanese police said Monday they might just be too cool -- because they don't melt snow.

Ibis Styles hotels to give away designer furnishings on Instagram

From Paris to Auckland, Ibis Styles hotels welcome travelers in meticulously styled interiors furnished with the creations of renowned designers. Now for the first time, through an original contest on Instagram, a few lucky clients will get to take some of these designer furnishings home.