Dividing a clock by an even number always generates 50% duty cycle output. Sometimes it is necessary to generate a 50% duty cycle frequency even when the input clock is divided by an odd or non-integer number. This paper talks about implementation of unusual clock dividers. The paper starts up with simple dividers where the clock is divided by an odd number (Divide by 3, 5 etc) and then later expands it into non-integer dividers (Divide by 1.5, 2.5 etc). The circuits are simple, efficient and are cheaper and faster than any external PLL alternatives. This paper also covers Verilog code implementation for a non-integer divider.