In the summer of 2015, a mere blip on the spectrum of history, it was proven to the world that no matter how strange things are right now, we ain't seen nothin' yet.

Remembering back to that fateful period, you may recall a woman named Rachel Dolezal who was exposed to be "trans-racial," or … another made-up word for something that doesn't really exist. What made the story so unique — outside of someone actually pretending to be another race — was the fact that, as a "black woman," she had worked her way up to a prominent position in the NAACP with many of her friends and peers coming out afterward saying they had no idea and never thought to question her rocky, unproven past. 

Yet after being humiliated globally (by her very white parents no less), Dolezal was phased little. She would go on to release a book, "In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World," in March of 2017. AND …  and, just recently announced the release of a new project, a 2018 calendar with spicy photos and select quotes from Dolezal herself.

Per the site's description of the gift, it's a: 

"2018 Calendar featuring photos of Rachel Dolezal by four portrait photographers & her own inspirational quotes.
~With dozens of important birthdays and Black History facts throughout the year.
Traditional wall-size calendar (11×17″) from January – December 2018."

Quotes of hers representing the vibe of each month in Dolezal's world include, "Living in full color means stepping outside of the boxes prescribed by society & following the nature of your soul," and, "Stay woke & ready ro change the world. You never know when an important opportunity will arise."

Calendars are just $18.99 as of right now, though don't be surprised if something else bizarre happens in the next few months pushing this story back to the annals of whence it came.