This is, allegedly, the necessary method to fold the world's best paper airplane. Everyone is encouraged to replicate this at home, and report back with their findings.

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There was plenty of darkness hidden amongst the magic of Harry Potter's wizarding world; concept art of eerie creatures inspired by the books that never made it into the films proves just what a struggle it must have been to keep the movies family-friendly.

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The covers of Jane Austen's novels, now widely considered classics of English literature, have seen quite a few costume changes in the 200+ years since their original publication.

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As if a well-groomed beard and/or moustache weren't delightful enough, there's a whole specialized vocabulary based around the facial hair aesthetic.

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Having spent most of her very long life in landlocked Tennessee, centenarian Ruby Holt saw the ocean for the first time this month, just weeks short of her 101st birthday.

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Bless the Thanksgiving experts who man the official Butterball turkey hotline, not only for their sage advice on the best way to baste a bird, but for their professionalism when faced with some truly absurd phone calls.

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Artist and mother Lenka Clayton's latest project, entitled 63 Objects Taken From My Son's Mouth, really speaks for itself.

The menu for the very first Thanksgiving dinner likely focused less on turkey, and more on passenger pigeon, eel, and walnuts.