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Japanese chef Naomichi Yasuda is a man who knows his sushi, and he’s the perfect guide to teach the nuances of correct sushi-eating etiquette.

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The most meta Wikipedia page is "a list of articles comprising a list of things that are themselves lists of things, such as the lists of lists listed below."

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If a Double Stuf Oreo doesn't have enough creme filling and not even a Mega Stuf Oreo will cut it, there's always the option of a towering Mega Mega Stuf Oreo.

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Women paved the way for some of the coolest jobs often considered "men's work" today.

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Beyoncé recently tried her hand at a new art form, penning a two-page poem about her daughter, her grandmother, and her alter ego, Sasha Fierce.

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Adult women have overtaken teenage boys as the majority demographic in video gaming. 

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Photographers love to make use of natural light, and Japanese photographer Takehito Miyatake's work shows that it can come from sources other than the sun: fireflies, volcanoes, and glowing squid all make for spectacular shots.

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The current oldest wombat on Earth has been alive since before The Simpsons, the Chernobyl disaster, and the premiere of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and he's still going strong.

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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots?
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What Are Mercury's Mysterious Red Spots? Data from the MESSENGER probe proves the tiny planet is more interesting than we ever knew.

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How Antonio Banderas Conquered His Fear of Playing Picasso. The role of his hometown hero was intimidating before now.

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What Kind of Town Elects a Cat as its Mayor? The kind of town Talkeetna, Alaska, is.

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Where the Amish Go on Vacation. A neighborhood in Sarasota, Florida, is the place for an annual respite from normal work.

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8 Serious Hollywood Scenes That Looked Hilarious Before CGI. Don't let a look behind the scenes ruin your suspension of disbelief.

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A Cat Walks Into a Deli ... And the clerk helps him select a choice cut of meat.

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How Charles Dickens Imagined a Westworld-like Robot Theme Park Back In 1838. The Mudfog Association proposed using automatons to provide immersive entertainment.

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The Jewish Psychic Who Tricked Hitler. Erik Jan Hanussen was a master at manipulating gullible people, up to a point.

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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published
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These Celebrities Weren’t Dead When Their Obituaries Were Published. The erroneous reports gave us some enduring celebrity quotes.
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Looking Like a Flapper Meant a Diet of Celery and Cigarettes. For freedom-loving women of the Roaring Twenties, it was worth it to ditch the corset.

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7 Split-Second Movie Jokes You Totally Missed. Production designers know that only avid fans will ever find them on their own.

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Stories Behind 10 Of The Most Haunted Paintings In The World. You don't want to spend too much time staring at them.

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What Would A Guitar Sound Like If You Played 37 Guitar Pedals All At Once? Samuraiguitarist Steve Onotera decided to find out.

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Eddie Putera Recreates People’s Childhood Memories With Realistic Dioramas. His attention to detail is a real delight.

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The Hidden Dangers of Flexible Work Hours. When you can work any time, you risk ending up working all the time.

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38 Facts About Shakespeare’s 38 Plays. We are still learning about them 402 years after his death.

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