The Weird-Oddity Crossword Book
111 page downloadable PDF book containing 50 Weird-Oddity crossword puzzles in medium difficulty levels.
This book is about Weird and Odd things, people, situations & happenings. It's a fun and interesting way to find out about the world we live in, how things came to be, and where we're heading from there. The words Weird & Odd are general words which basically mean, out of the ordinary, unexpected, different, unreasonable, unacceptable, gross, un-uniform, shoddy, questionable, and any number of words that denote a change from normal and expected routines. This brings us to another point. Looking at it from a different perspective, normal and routine are not the same for every person. What's weird for one person may be normal for another, and what's routine for one may be odd for the next. If you're a bit confused that's o.k. This is a book of confusion based on Weird & Odd revelations.
These crosswords deal with odd & weird laws, geographical queers, strange customs and traditions, funny oversights, questionable decisions, famous & weird people, and many other things that are not commonly known about different areas around the world. Most of the fun is in knowing these weird oddities even exist. You'll find yourself asking questions like; “Where did this come from?”, “Who thought of this?”, & “Why?” Some examples are: Animals that can sleep for three years, Control of bodily functions & organs, Surprise ingredients contained in products, Weird happenings & phenomenon's in nature, Things you inherit from parents & relatives, and Spectacular records & accomplishments.
These are only a few of the odd and wonderful things you will find out about various parts of the world while working these crosswords. I guarantee you will not be bored because the puzzles are brisk, crisp, and illuminating. This fun & informative book of crosswords bring the weird and odd from around the globe right to your doorstep.
Garceal McClain is an Alabama native, born in Birmingham during the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's.