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Mangesh is out of the office today. He and mental_floss co-founder Will are headed west to Mountain View, California, where tomorrow they're giving a speech at the Googleplex. But we've got shirts to unload, which means the Ridiculous Board Games must go on.Before he left, Mangesh selected an author and depicted this person on the whiteboard. If you've missed the previous three installments, here's how this works:1) This is a complete game of chance, the equivalent of saying "We chose a number... READ ON
It's the greatest deal in the history of history books! Our first hardback, The Mental Floss History of the World: An Irreverent Romp Through History's Best Bits, hits stores later this month and we're so excited that we've teamed up with the fine folks at Amazon.com to give you a special deal. Pre-order the book before October 28th and we'll throw in 6 FREE MONTHS of mental_floss magazine!
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For far too long, people have been forced to watch chickens parade about naked. Thankfully, artist Edgar Honetschlager hasÂ taken the situation into his own hands. After dreaming of a world where chickens were given their dignity back, the Austrian artist got the backing of several Japanese investors and set out to cloak our feathered brethren in the most fashionable ways he could think of. The Honetschlager collection ranges from jump suits to knitted wear, and apparently prices are available upon... READ ON
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Before he wrote Jaws, Peter Benchley was a speechwriter for LBJ.