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Mindboggling Lego Puzzles

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Riddle Me This

Try to solve each of these puzzling pictures made up of everyone's favorite childhood building toys. But be warned: You may waste the rest of the afternoon on these.

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Games Adults Play: Tag

This group of friends is extremely committed to playing tag. So much so that they travel around the country tagging each other and the game has been going on for over two decades.

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Who Were the Warner Brothers?

Get fully up to speed on this list of 25 interesting bits of history and trivia on the famous movie studio.

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XLVII Layer Dip

In honor of Super Bowl 47, Buzzfeed has assembled an awe-inspiring 47 layer dip.

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Did Hemingway Really Write Hemingway’s Famous Six-Word Short Story?

Ernest Hemingway once wrote a six-word short story that went like this:

“For sale: Baby shoes, never worn.”

The tale is just as heartbreaking as it is brief. But, the question has always lingered about whether or not he actually wrote it.

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Actually See One of the Oscar Nominated Animated Shorts

There’s always that part of the Oscars when they name all of the short animated films nominated for an Oscar and you think, “Who the heck has seen any of these? Where do you ever see one of these?” Well, now you will have seen Disney’s Paperman.

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Tie A Ribbon Around Your Finger...

Leave yourself a note. Do whatever it takes, just don’t forget these things.

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20th Century Fox
How Do You Make a Bruce Lee Fight Scene Even Cooler?
20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

How Do You Make a Bruce Lee Fight Scene Even Cooler? With the addition of lightsabers!

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The Mysterious Origins of the First Scandinavians. The tools they left behind suggested that migration may have come from two directions.

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When Quackery on the Radio Was a Public Health Crisis. From magic bracelets to goat gonad transplants, medical marketers got rich.

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Found: The Real Bullitt Mustang That Steve McQueen Tried (and Failed) to Buy. The '69 sports car had been in private hands since after the movie wrapped.

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When Did People Start Making Bread? A short history of the staple that feeds the world.

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How Women Broke Into the Male-Dominated World of Cartoons and Illustrations. First off, pretend you're a man.

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The Skillet. Susannah Nesmith beautifully chronicles the legacy of her great-great-grandmother's iron cookware.

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12 Cultured Facts About the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Knowing these will enhance your visit, whenever that happens.

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Son of Frankenstein: Hitting the Horror Trifecta
Universal Pictures
Universal Pictures

Son of Frankenstein: Hitting the Horror Trifecta. A perfect ending to the first great movie trilogy.

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It Wasn't Easy Being Green for These Mysterious Children in 12th-Century England. The village of Woolpit has never been the same since.

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The Strange History of One of the Internet's First Viral Videos. If you had an email address in the late 1990s, you probably received a video file titled “badday.mpg” at least once.

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The Contentious Burial of Bo-Bo, the Blenheim Spaniel of Civil War Hero General Daniel E. Sickles. His relatives didn't want the beloved dog interred in the family plot.

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Here's Why Your Body Stores More Fat in Certain Places. Hormones do it, but in an insanely complicated manner.

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Butterfly Breeder Romy McCloskey Saw One Emerge from its Chrysalis with a Torn Wing. So she got her tools together and performed a wing transplant.

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How to Get Your Procrastination Under Control. It's a matter of valuing the things you need to do.

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19 Times That Actors Have Been Injured On Set. Some of the scenes were then included in the finished film.

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