18 Vintage Pictures That Prove Humans Have Always Been Weird!

18 Vintage Pictures That Prove Humans Have Always Been Weird!
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Weird and unusual things in the world are not just from of this era. Things and even people have been strange since centuries. These vintage pictures from the history are the perfect illustrations to depict that wicked brain of the people has always been doing things in very odd ways.

Humans have always been so weird.

Humans have always been so weird.

Let's check out these pictures.

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1. Woodsmen put out an advertisement in Montana (1901)

1. Woodsmen put out an advertisement in Montana (1901)

This sounds insane and illegal at the same time. How did the government permit them to do such an act?

2. A police officer judges ankle competition in London. (1930)

2. A police officer judges ankle competition in London. (1930)

3. Soldiers using gas masks to protect themselves from eye irritation while peeling onions. (1941)

3. Soldiers using gas masks to protect themselves from eye irritation while peeling onions. (1941)

4. Winners of Miss Perfect Posture contest at chiropractors convention (1956).

4. Winners of Miss Perfect Posture contest at chiropractors convention (1956).

In the contest, each girl had to stand on the pair of scales, one foot to each. These three winners were registered half their weight on each scale to get the correct standing posture. Interesting, right?

5. Russian soldiers feeding polar bears from their tank. (1950)

5. Russian soldiers feeding polar bears from their tank. (1950)

6. Body builder, Patricia O'Keefe (1940).

6. Body builder, Patricia O'Keefe (1940).

She weighed only 64 pounds but gave a 200-pound man a piggyback ride. Way to go girl!

7. Helmet testing (1912).

7. Helmet testing (1912).

A man was hired to test the prototype football helmet to avoid the safety risks while on the ground.

8. Macy's department store detectives.(1948)

8. Macy’s department store detectives.(1948)

The detectives posed for the photograph with their back turned so as not to reveal their identity.

9. Posing at the Pacific Island (c. 1941 - 1945)

9. Posing at the Pacific Island (c. 1941 - 1945)

Seriously, what a pose!

10. Sign of royalty (1875)

10. Sign of royalty (1875)

11. Children learning to swim in a schoolyard. (1920)

11. Children learning to swim in a schoolyard. (1920)

Doing it one over the other? Is that the trick to learn swimming?

12. The Telefontornet, which connected 5,000 phone lines in Stockholm. (1890)

12. The Telefontornet, which connected 5,000 phone lines in Stockholm. (1890)

They were just trying to be tech-friendly!

13. Relocation of an ancient statue of Ramses the Great.(1967)

13. Relocation of an ancient statue of Ramses the Great.(1967)

The statue was demolished and relocated for the construction of Aswan Dam. This was done to save the statue from the high strong waves of Nile river.

14. An elephant was used to load heavy things on a plane. (1945)

14. An elephant was used to load heavy things on a plane. (1945)

This was commonly done in America.

15. President Lyndon B. Johnson driving his amphibious car. (1965)

15. President Lyndon B. Johnson driving his amphibious car. (1965)

Don't think it as a high-tech floating car. The car mistakenly went towards the lake while driving. You should have kept your emotions in control Mr.President!

16. Laika, the first dog in space.(1957)

16. Laika, the first dog in space.(1957)

Laika has its capsule built around her. Sadly, she died in the space.

17. 12,500 officers, nurses and soldiers from Camp Gordon created a human eagle. (1918)

17. 12,500 officers, nurses and soldiers from Camp Gordon created a human eagle. (1918)

18. Flowered fabric sacks made for someone in need. (1939)

18. Flowered fabric sacks made for someone in need. (1939)

Sack manufacturer used flower fabric for their sacks when they realized that the poverty-stricken women are using their sacks for making clothes for their children.
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