The Missing Links: That Cute Lion Wants to Have Your Child Over for Dinner
Choosy Expectant Moms Choose Cigs
Holy Moly. Imagine if this ad appeared today.
Don’t Play Games With Your Food. Especially If It’s My Child.
That lion at the zoo isn’t looking to make your son or daughter a quick meal. It wants to take its time.
Why Isn't There a Wikipedia Page for Binaca?
Our editor Jason English recently discovered (to his great dismay, apparently) that there isn’t a Wikipedia page for Binaca. Get on that, people who create Wikipedia pages for breath sprays. While we're on the subject, what person, place or thing have you been shocked to find doesn’t exist on Wikipedia? Throw your best one in the comments below and one of you will win a fabulous mental_floss prize.
Paul Miller Can’t See This Right Now
He gave up the internet for a year. But he’s documenting his experiences on the website he works for. So leave all the nasty comments you want on his entries. In fact, that might be a good therapy for the next 12 months. The next time you have something mean to say to a friend or relative or the lady counting out change to pay the cashier, just park it in the comments of one of his posts. That will be so cathartic.
Happy Birthday, Mark Zuckerberg
You seem like the really hardworking type. So I got you this gift certificate. So why don’t you just head to the mall, take a few hours to relax and challenge yourself to not think about Facebook at all while you’re there. Oh crap.
Lettuce Just Recall How It All Began
The SNL Digital Shorts reached the century mark on this past weekend’s show. Which means there’s no better time to revisit the hilariously odd minute that started them all.