Podcast! What a Weird Week for Sun Sept 13: Season 1 Episode 6, the one with the Jelly Bean Factory and Courage Pills (they're more common than you think)

What a Weird Week: a podcast featuring the top ten weirdest stories of the week. 
*May leave you feeling weird and/or weak. Twitter: @WhataWeirdWeek.

Recap of last show HERE.

10 Win a candy factory from the inventor of Jelly Belly. 
*Notes: This costs at least $50 to play, and the website is a perfect score of ten on the sketchville scale of ultimate sketchiness. *citation needed of course.
"All Treasure Hunt players will be eligible to join in on The Ultimate Treasure Hunt where I give away one of my candy factories." I don't know how this is gonna go...

Imagine you're doing your favourite amusement park ride and then add bears. That's exciting, right? 
Shoutout to CoasterRadio.com where I heard the story first.

7 It's a cracked teeth epidemic (the last six months has been a record-breaking cavalcade of cracked teeth)

5 World Record for most jelly donuts eaten in three minutes: 10 donuts! #ChallengeAccepted 

4 Old postcard gets delivered 100 years late. We don't know what's going on with Roy's pants...
"Dear Cousins, 
Hope this will find you all well. We are quite well but mother has awful lame knees. It is awful cold here. I just finished my history lesson and am going to bed pretty soon. My father is shaving and my mother is telling me your address. I will have to close for a night. Hope grandma and grandpa are well. Don’t forget to write us - Roy get his pants fixed yet? 
Flossie Burgess" 

3 People planted those Mystery Seeds. They planted the heck out them...
"In late July, America was briefly enthralled with “Unsolicited Seeds from China,” which started showing up in mailboxes in all 50 states. These mystery seeds prompted warnings from the USDA, which said people should not plant them, and should instead alert their state agricultural authority and mail them to the USDA or their local officials. Many Americans heeded this advice. Many more decidedly did not." 

"The national carrier, which has for months grounded most of its planes, has transformed the cafeteria of its Bangkok headquarters into an airline-themed restaurant and opened it to the public."


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