Bizarre

Bizarre may refer to:

  • Bizarre (rapper) (born 1976), American rapper and member of hip hop group D12
  • Bizarre (band), Spanish rock band
  • Bizarre (TV series), a Canadian sketch comedy television series
  • Bizarre (magazine), a sister magazine to The Fortean Times
  • Bizarre Records, a record label
  • Bizarre, a fetish magazine published by John Willie

Other articles related to "bizarre":

Bazaar Bizarre - Book
... Bazaar Bizarre was an extension of the craft fair of the same name, and came out to early fanfare in such publications as USA Today ... from designer Todd Oldham's five-part HGTV series...and in author Greg Der Ananian's Bazaar Bizarre.. ... As Bizarre's subtitle points out, many of today's do-it-yourself items are "not your granny's crafts" — they're edgier, more diverse and often cheaper." ...
Bizarre Gardening Accident
... Bizarre Gardening Accident is the second album released by the band Angry Salad ... that one of their former drummers died in a "bizarre gardening accident" ...
Bizarre Bunch
... Bizarre Bunch is the English title given to the Korean soap opera 별난여자 별난남자 ... series is also known in English as "Peculiar Man, Eccentric Woman," "Bizarre Family," and "Odd Man and Woman." ...
Marvel Preview - Bizarre Adventures
... Heroes" Elektra the Shadow Hunter (debut) the Huntsman Triton and Bucky Bizarre #29 (December 1981) "Stephen King's 'The Lawnmower Man'" Adaptation of the Stephen King short story "The Lawnmower Man" and ... Deth with Kip and Muffy (debut) the Hangman Bucky Bizarre #32 (August 1982) "Thor and Other Gods" backups the Aquarian Bucky Bizarre #33 (December 1982) "The Tomb of ... Deth, and Bucky Bizarre ...

Famous quotes containing the word bizarre:

    Old women snore violently. They are like bodies into which bizarre animals have crept at night; the animals are vicious, bawdy, noisy. How they snore! There is no shame to their snoring. Old women turn into old men.
    Joyce Carol Oates (b. 1938)

    A bizarre sensation pervades a relationship of pretense. No truth seems true. A simple morning’s greeting and response appear loaded with innuendo and fraught with implications.... Each nicety becomes more sterile and each withdrawal more permanent.
    Maya Angelou (b. 1928)

    No matter how calmly you try to referee, parenting will eventually produce bizarre behavior, and I’m not talking about the kids.
    Bill Cosby (20th century)