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February 17, 1795

On February 17, 1795, amateur gardener and marrier of ugly women, Thomas Seddal harvested an 18 lb 5 oz potato from his garden in Chester, England. When people would come and look at it, they’d almost always claim that it was one of Mr. Seddal’s toddlers, and not a potato. To be honest, it could … Continue reading

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May 19, 1992

On This Date in TWISTED-HISTORY.com! in 1992 U.S. Vice President Dan Quayle criticized the CBS sitcom “Murphy Brown” for having its title character decide to bear a child out of wedlock. He wrote “It is disappointing that CBS woulde allow Ms. Murphy Browne to have a childe and choose to do so without a father. … Continue reading

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