OK was first used by a Boston newspaper editor as an intentionally misspelled, jokey abbreviation of “all correct.”
"Unconscious ventriloquism" was used to explain one of the most bizarre supernatural cases in history.
Some rules are simply passed down from generation to generation, just because.
The catch? There are only five students—and you might need a boat.
When the famed astrophysicist pointed out an error in the Oscar-winning blockbuster, Cameron—ever the perfectionist—took action.
No word yet if this booze will make you immortal.
Pseudocide only works if no one figures out your secret.
Once a beloved teaching tool, Dick and Jane was later denounced as dull, counterproductive, and even misogynistic.
Better know the delicious steamed and fried delicacies of this age-old tradition.
If the pope suddenly gave birth to a baby right out in public, he'd certainly become a legend.
For the 50th anniversary of Britain's road sign designs, artists and designers came up with new ways to use the familiar objects.
Boiled beetles, arsenic, gemstones, and cow urine are just a few of the things we've used to make the world more colorful.
Bus stops provided Soviet artists a rare outlet for creative expression.
Colombian artist Fulvio Obregon drew portraits of famous household names and their youthful doppelgängers.
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