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Movies That Don't End At the Credits

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The Neverending Story

Vulture put together a brief rundown of movies that continue on even after the end credits are done.

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This Movie Stinks

Literally. Learn more about Smell-o-Vision and other failed movie theater gimmicks designed to draw people in.

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It’s Been A Big Week For: Really Late Messages

A woman just received a couple of letters mailed to her in 1969 and a museum tracked down the family associated with a message in a bottle was found after 101 years.

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Short and Scary

Just how terrifying can a story be in only two sentences?

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This Is the Worst Song I’ve Ever Heard

Ever. This is literally the worst song I’ve ever heard. In my entire life. This song was written and performed at a conference about social media. Now it has created a wave of people trashing it on, you guessed it, social media. Part of me believes that this may be a joke meant to troll people in a totally meta way and prove some grand ironic point. Either way this is the worst song I have EVER heard.

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Shut Up and Take My Money: The Simpsons App

The FXX channel is planning the world’s longest continuous marathon in TV history this summer when they will play all 522 episodes of The Simpsons back-to-back, and then release an app that can play all of them. I will pay any price.

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Horse Yoga

I don’t know a better way to describe the fact that this guy is doing yoga with a horse.

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Just A Bad Hair Decade

Two of them, actually. Check out a montage of atrocious hairstyles from the '60s and '70s.

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Dogs Deliberately Smile at Us
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Dogs Have Pet Facial Expressions to Use on Humans, Study Finds. They learn what we like, and use it to communicate with us.

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Harvesting Cork in Rural Spain. It takes 25 years from planting to the first harvest, then nine years until the next one.

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The Year of the Witch. Hartford, Connecticut, spent 1662 and 1663 in a frenzy to identify witches among the townspeople.

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Burger King Reveals the Uncomfortable Truth About Bullying in a Remarkable In-Store Stunt. The premise is goofy, but the last minute will get you right in the feels.

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What Does the Hamburger Helper’s Skeleton Look Like? Each possibility is more ridiculous than the last.

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A Catfishing With a Happy Ending. The man she met online was an impostor, but then she met the guy he had stolen a profile picture from.

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5 Weird Pieces of Vintage Parenting Advice. Aren't you glad we have all the answers now?

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The Haunted Hospital. Waverly Hills Sanatorium has been a TB hospital, a nursing home, a failed religious monument, and now a paranormal investigation site.

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When Movie Trailers Mislead
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7 Times Misleading Movie Trailers Didn't Align with the Film. The trailer's only purpose is to get you into the theater, where you may be surprised.

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Flowers Have Secret Blue Halos That Bumblebees Can See. The effect is produced mechanically instead of chemically.

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Searching for the Identity of San Francisco’s Mysterious Mummified Girl. DNA analysis and a painstaking records search have given her a name and a history.

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Charles Laughton in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The making of the 1939 film was an extreme experience for its star.

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Learn to Make Alien Facehugger Pudding Cups for Your Halloween Party. They have edible Alien eggs and facehuggers, they fizz, they glow in the dark, and they're delicious!

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From Folk to Acid Rock, How Marty Balin Launched the San Francisco Music Scene. More than just the founder of Jefferson Airplane, he encouraged the opening of clubs and auditoriums, promoted festivals, and welcomed bands from all over.

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The Wikipedia Markov Masher is a generator that will mix two Wikipedia articles together into a paragraph that almost, but not quite, makes sense in an artificial intelligence way. See some really funny examples here.

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11 Scientific Reasons Why Being in Nature is Relaxing. That's a lot of reasons to go outside today.

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