The world is in infinite battle between order and chaos, which brings forth other fights like convention versus non convention, regularity versus irregularity, usualness versus unusualness, normality versus abnormality, obedience versus disobedience. While visions and other senses appeal to symmetry and regularity of things, there is also a side in us that longs for something different, something unique, something bizarre. We want things organized, set our schedules and keep daily routines, but there are times when we want to escape out of these boxes and do something different to experience other things life can offer, and in a way, to make us grow. Oddities, in all its types and forms, give spice to life, and their incongruous essence, their very existence of snapping out of the universal order, is what make them special, and again, redundantly odd.
Seeing oddities heightens our knowledge on how a lot of things simply do not follow the norm, and because of this, they stand out and yield either delight or disdain, either approval or rejection. For instance we ride the train and see hundreds of faces everyday, but there are times when a uniquely beautiful or strangely ugly person bumps into our way, giving out a strong visual impact. Then we feel either pleased or disgusted, because we know we are reminded of our sense of choosing as to what things are beautiful and what things are not.
Oddities.com attempts to articulate our innate sensitivity on things that do not conform to what they are supposed to be through indulging on a number of odd things whose discussions are both timely and relevant. This site discusses four main topics, specifically medical oddities, plastic oddities, animal oddities, and other oddities on news and current events. By rummaging through this site, visitors definitely will realize that whoever the creator of the world is, he or she is one freak individual, showering ironies, paradoxes, and outlandishness in billions of intricate webs of order of things.