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7 People You Won’t Believe Actually Exist {PICS+VIDEO}

Tall Model From Brazil

No one understands the plight of the tall girl more than Elisany da Cruz Silva, a 17-year-old girl from Brazil who currentlystands at six feet, nine inches in height. Elisany is a remarkable girl with a very rare form of gigantism caused by a tumor on her pituitary gland. She has been experiencing great leaps in height growth since her late childhood.

Luckily, recently Elisany was able to undergo a special surgery that was intended to remove the tumor from her pituitary gland – a procedure which proved to be successful for various reasons. Since the tumor was thought to have been the cause of her gigantism, her doctors are confident that having removed the tumor not only saves her overall health, but may also stop her from growing any taller.

Elisany’s family cannot be more supportive of her and her dreams. Currently, she lives with her mother and brother and sisters, and aspires to someday become a fashion model. Since her surgery, Elisany has (to everyone’s surprised delight), decreased one inch in height – something that no one thought was possible.

Though she is one of the tallest teenagers in the world, Elisany has strived to live a normal life. It is true that most tall girls in general have trouble dating because most guys are intimidated or insecure about being with a tall girl, but Elisany has been lucky in love. In fact, she is in a committed relationship with a 22-year-old boy, Francinaldo, who thinks Elisany is perfect and as beautiful as a model.

Right now, Elisany is continuing to strive for her dream of becoming a model. Though she has been rejected in the past, she is determined to make her dream come true. And though it is true that she is an exceptionally tall individual, to the people who know her she is also a pretty girl and a fun person with a kind and open heart – not to mention an inspiration for all the tall girls of the world!

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    It’s no secret that men love curves. Curvy, voluptuous women have no trouble getting attention – especially if those curves are combined with confidence and a healthy amount of sass.

    No woman knows this to be true more than Mikel Ruffinelli, who currently holds the record for having the widest hips in the world. Looking at her directly from a front-end view, she appears to be a very, VERY shapely woman – but nothing would really strike you as abnormal.

    Get a little closer, pull out a measuring tape, and wrap it around her hips however, and you’ll find that Mikel is way beyond your average curvy lady. Her hips measure at an amazing eight foot circumference – meaning she has a generous eight feet of bootiliciousness for you.

    And Mikel absolutely loves it. She loves herself, knows that she is totally hot, and has no trouble posing for us. Looking at her photos, you can tell that Mikel is not shy about showing off her rare and special figure.

    “ I love my shape and I see no reason to diet because I don’t have health problems.” Though she does weigh 420 pounds, her waist is only 40 inches wide – a proportionally small size considering the width of her hips, and the fact that she has given birth to four children. Prior to becoming a mother, Mikel was not nearly as big as she is now. She has very large hips because her body has demonstrated remarkable expansibility after giving birth.

    At home, Mikel sleeps in a seven foot-wide bed and she sometimes has difficulty fitting through some doors (unless he enters sideways), but other than that, she and her family live a pretty normal life.

    Confident about her body and loving herself for the way she is, Mikel says, “Men don’t fancy skinny girls, they like an hourglass figure.”

    And her husband couldn’t agree more. Mikel has been married for ten years to a man who finds her unique shape incredibly sexy.


    Somewhere deep within the dusty outskirts of Farashband, Iran lives a unique creature who could easily be considered the dirtiest human alive.

    Meet Amoo Hadij, a peculiar 80-year-old man who has not bathed himself once in more than 60 years. Amoo Hadij lives in a small abandoned brick hut in the village of Dezhgah, completely alone, surrounded by garbage, dirt, and animal feces. A bit of a loner, Amoo likes to keep to himself, and rarely has the opportunity to interact with other people. This is probably due to the fact that he smells to high heaven and has the outward appearance of a troll.

    However, Amoo Hadij has no idea he’s so dirty. In fact, his less than sanitary but simple life is completely by choice. He is dirty because he has refused to bathe – not because he does not have a way of cleaning himself.

    Looking at Amoo, one can see that his skin is as thick as leather and a bit scaly, most likely due to the layers and layers of dirt and grime that have accumulated over his body over the last 60 years.

    His face and beard are covered in black soot because he is a constant smoker, with his most prized possession being a broken steel pipe, which he uses to smoke animal dung on a daily basis. Though he’s technically not homeless, he often sleeps outside of his simple shelter, preferring the “fresh air,” as well as the warmth of his fire pit.

    No one knows why Amoo has refused to bathe in over six decades. However, he seems to be doing fine. While it is difficult to understand why anyone would choose to live the way he does, he appears to be completely content with his primitive but personally satisfying lifestyle.


    Low economic conditions in China’s urban areas have sparked an increase of beggars faking disabilities in an attempt to gain more money. Cities like Shanghai and Hong Kong are littered with na?ve tourists who are more than willing to hand over a few yen to anyone appearing to be handicapped in anyway. And unfortunately, there are plenty of scam artists who are willing to take advantage of this sort of “benefit of the doubt” level of kindness.

    One amazing example of this, is a beggar who has constructed a rather elaborate contraption for displaying his false paralytic condition. The beggar’s props for his dishonest charade include a rolling board, which he lays on top of and rolls around with a box strapped to his back for collecting pity money.

    A photographer visiting China was able to capture the day the beggar was caught as a fake.

    First, the beggar is seen rolling around in the street, pathetically begging unsuspecting strangers for money. Many strangers take pity on him and put money in his box. However, the beggar’s fallacy is exposed in one instance when an exceptionally kind, elderly woman and her family decide to do more than just give cash to the beggar.

    In addition to giving him money, the elderly woman and her companion decide to try to provide hands-on help to the disabled beggar. But when they try to take a closer look at his legs, the beggar becomes defensive, and in an act of paranoia, accidentally exposes himself by rising to his knees in an attempt to protect his money.

    Once this happens, everyone nearby is immediately aware that the poor, disabled beggar is a fake. The elderly woman confronts the beggar and it appears that she is shaming him for his dishonest conduct. Soon, the police are called and the beggar is asked to stop his charade. While the beggar does eventually give up his act, he does not appear to be the least bit ashamed of what he has done. In fact, the beggar simply continues to count his money in front of everyone around him

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    Many people are born with birthmarks, moles, and other au naturel markings that are seen as nothing but small but special little evidences of uniqueness. It’s quite normal to have little spot here and there that’s unique only to you, and even many women call their beloved moles “beauty marks.” But sometimes, nature goes a little too far and a little boy is born with a mole on his back so big that it keeps him from living a normal life.

    Little Didier Montalvo is a boy from Columbia who was born with a medical disorder known as Congenital Melanocytic Nevus – AKA giant mole disease. In this case, Didier’s mole was so big that it took up his entire back (a back-end view in photographs makes him resemble a ninja turtle just a little) and posed such a health risk that it was either remove the mole or possibly suffer from a multitude of deteriorating health effects. Literally, the mole was taking all his nourishment and feeding itself like a parasitic monster!

    Luckily, Didier was able to undergo a special type of surgery that successfully separated him from his giant mole, allowing him to live a normal life, free from physical hindrances.

    But the surgery also helped him live a normal life in the eyes of the public. Prior to this surgery, people in his community were afraid to touch or go near Didier because they were afraid that his mole was some kind of a manifestation of an evil spirit. The people of the community also feared that if they touched him, they too would contract whatever he had (an obviously false assumption).

    Now, thanks to his surgery, Didier will no longer be hindered or bothered by people’s ignorant superstitions. But Who cares what they think? The cool thing now is that Didier can finally run around and play like a normal little boy.

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    The whole world is obsessed with being skinny, but one man can’t help but be at zero percent fat for the rest of his life.

    Meet Tom Staniford, a nice guy living with Myelodysplastic Preleukemic syndrome, also known as MDP syndrome, a condition in which his body is unable to store fat under his skin. MDP is an extremely rare metabolic disorder, which is currently known to affect only a total of eight people in the entire world.

    People with MDP all share the same “no fat whatsoever” characteristics, which include the appearance of sunken eyes, cheeks, and withered lips.

    Tom Staniford was born at a totally normal weight, but his condition has caused him to “shrink” in appearance throughout the years. Now at 23 years of age, Tom’s whole body is pretty much just skin and bone.

    As a person living with such a rare condition, Tom is somewhat of a medical wonder. No doubt he has been a very interesting case for medical experts, and often undergoes tests specially designed to measure his entire body’s physiological state.

    Looking at him straight on, you can see that Tom has more than just a skinny face. Where most people would usually have a good amount of flesh covering their eyes and cheeks, Tom’s face is so skinny that you can see his skull’s shape and structure.

    None of this really matters to Tom, of course. In fact, Tom does not seem to be that deeply affected by his condition. His photos show him doing and being totally normal with the people in his life. In addition to this, Tom is super athletic. Considering himself a fitness junkie, he can be seen bicycling and going on all kinds of adventures.

    Despite his unusual appearance and unique and seemingly fragile frame, Tom lives life to the fullest. To him, his condition is one that is literally only skin deep.

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World's Ugliest Woman Inspirational Story

When she was in high school, Lizzie Velasquez was dubbed "The World's Ugliest Woman" in an 8-second-long YouTube video. Born with a medical condition so rare that just two other people in the world are thought to have it, Velasquez has no adipose tissue and cannot create muscle, store energy, or gain weight. She has zero percent body fat and weighs just 60 pounds.

In the comments on YouTube, viewers called her "it" and "monster" and encouraged her to kill herself. Instead, Velasquez set four goals: To become a motivational speaker, to publish a book, to graduate college, and to build a family and a career for herself.

Now 23 years old, she's been a motivational speaker for seven years and has given more than 200 workshops on embracing uniqueness, dealing with bullies, and overcoming obstacles. She's a senior majoring in Communications at Texas State University in San Marcos, where she lives with her best friend. Her first book, "Lizzie Beautiful," came out in 2010 winning the hearts of many around the world and her second, "Be Beautiful, Be You," was published earlier September and In 2013 she's hoping to write her third book.

"The stares are what I'm really dealing with in public right now," she told Dr. Drew Pinsky in an interview on CNN's Headline News. But I think I'm getting to the point where… instead of sitting by and watching people judge me, I'm starting to want to go up to these people and introduce myself or give them my card and say, 'Hi, I'm Lizzie. Maybe you should stop staring and start learning'."

Velasquez was born in San Antonio, Texas; she was four weeks premature and weighed just 2 pounds, 10 ounces. "They told us they had no idea how she could have survived," her mother, Rita, 45, told the Daily Mail. "We had to buy doll's clothes from the toy store because baby clothes were too big." Doctors warned Rita and her husband, Lupe, that their oldest child would never be able to walk or talk, let alone live a normal life. (Her two younger siblings were not affected by the syndrome.)

Instead, she has thrived. Her internal organs, brain, and bones developed normally, though her body is tiny. Since she has no fatty tissue in which to store nutrients, she has to eat every 15 to 20 minutes to have enough energy to get through the day. One brown eye started clouding over when she was 4 years old, and now she's blind in that eye and has only limited sight in the other.

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Comment by caribbeanrose on June 20, 2014 at 3:16pm


Comment by carolyn johnson on June 19, 2014 at 3:17pm


Comment by Quentin Archer on June 18, 2014 at 4:43pm
All I could say is these sorry are amazing.
Comment by Chelle Wilson on June 18, 2014 at 2:40pm

I am grateful for all my blessings. This makes me realize how good I have it.

Comment by Vanessa Kingston-Augustine on June 17, 2014 at 11:09pm
@ Rashid, yeah man, one of my favorite movies. Jah bless.
Comment by lynz on June 17, 2014 at 9:17pm

@Lucky Hall..I was saying the same thing to myself. Tall girl is very pretty. Also the heavy woman. 

Comment by Big Woman on June 17, 2014 at 1:16pm
God bless all of us. Not one of us will get out this life alive. We all just live by the grace of God any way.
Comment by rashid rourk on June 17, 2014 at 12:42pm

Anyone remember this?   


Comment by Incognito on June 17, 2014 at 11:50am

Well folks don't be too generous with prayers after all God's a busy as heck nowadays with all these heathens running around.  

First off the fake parapeligic beggar needs no prayers - just a nice wood lashing.

Second, the dirtiest man on the planet, absolutely no prayers. That's the problem, he's been praying way too long.  He needs an acid bath.

Of course, the Fat Momma - that's no congenital problem.  That's just too way too much "pork rinds".  Look at her kids.  The watermelon doesn't fall too far from the picnic table. I mean what would Jesus do.  There's no feeding a multitude with her around...

Comment by evolution on June 17, 2014 at 9:22am

Comment by Zanna Patten 38 minutes ago

God made us all and if we all had to walk just one day in their shoes we wouldn't be so quick to judge them we are all created equally and everyone is unique in their own way

co-sign couldn't have said it better.

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