Slumber Party Barbie of 1965 came with her own "How to Lose Weight" book. One tip: "Don’t eat."
You can't forget the great Christmas songs, movies and television specials. But what of the wonderful, heart-warming Christmases you spent with Archie, Richie Rich, Mickey Mouse and Little Lulu?
Need a pick me up? While the internet is full of negativity and flame wars, Boing Boing has informed us there isÂ still some good around.
Did you know that there's a whole sub-genre of music video mashups out there using Peanuts cartoon footage?
You've got a lot of gadgets to carry around with youÂ -your phone or Blackberry, iPod, keys, maybe a DS, and a wallet. Women carry them in a purse.
Starting with the given O, add the letter provided in the next line and rearrange the existing letters (if necessary) to form a new word in each set of blanks, continuing all the way to REDUCTIONS.Â
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If you want to paint a saint, it's best to hire a sinner.
Everyone is getting tired of year-end lists I know, but this one is worth it.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you
I don't have a kid (yet"¦ give me another five months or so), and I don't have any nieces or nephews or friends with kids over the age of three.
Here's a sweet song to end a long week. In 1979, Jim Henson (as Kermit the Frog) performed "The Rainbow Connection" in The Muppet Movie.
It takes quite a woman to get a man to give up the English throne just to marry her, but twice-divorced American socialite Wallis Simpson pulled off the trick in 1936 when she married King Edward VIII
That's right, folks. The new issue is out on stands today, and it's pretty darn wonderful.
Holiday episodes tend to be a bit generic. How many times can you rework A Christmas Carol or The Gift of the Magi into a sitcom plot?