Category: Just Weird

beer-cheaper-than-petrol

Beer Cheaper than Petrol?

This Central Bohemia filling station offers a one-stop shop for thirsty drivers: “Natural 95” petrol, diesel and, er, Pilsner Urquell beer. Thanks to Richard Selby, who submitted this photo along with the following note:...

Jonas Strouhal, Alzak mascot

Burnt-out Mascot Alzák

In a recent video the mascot of the consumer electronics shop Alza.cz named Alzák is shown walking around totally exhausted, looking a lot like a desperate homeless man. As reported by A2larm, this is...

Camel Balls, filled with liquid

Camel Balls, Extra Sour And Liquid Filled

It’s Halloween, somebody rings at your door, you open and see a bunch of kids shouting: “Trick or treat!” So what do you give them? Tricks? Treats? Or both?

locomotive pram

Taking the Train or the Pram?

What does this sign tell us? A) How to get to the trains and the prams. B) Which way to take when you drive your locomotive or push a pram.  

Piano in a Prague park

Piano and Bookcase in a Park

The park Heraldovy sady in the Prague quarter Vršovice is really beautiful, full of fine old trees and surrounded by picturesque facades, just like many other Prague parks. When you walk around the central lawn,...

Flying object in Dlouha trida street, Prague

Flying Goggles

Found above Dlouhá street in Prague. What actually is it?   EDIT: I received a reply on twitter: it's from Roxy gallery. One time there was a gold bone https://t.co/Y5Mk3WGGIW — Jan Marek (@marek_jan)...

Prague coat of arms

Violence is Not a Solution

Prague’s coat of arms includes what appears to be a knight hidden inside a castle whose only visible part is his arm, threatening with a sword. In the underpass of the metro station Palmovka...

Peeing statues in Prague

The Peeing Statues

In the courtyard of the Hergetova cihelna (now housing the Franz Kafka Museum) you find two bronze statues who are peeing into a basin that is shaped like the Czech Republic. Their hips and...

Lubrication Tram in Prague

Reverse Sightseeing Tour on a Lubricating Tram

What to do this weekend… How about a “reverse” sightseeing tour through Prague in your living room chair, watching the streets from Prague’s Lubricating Tram. That special train runs every day about 200 km...