When asked if Abe had any hobbies, Mary Todd Lincoln said, “Cats.”
What? You don't have a frat boy in you? Well, you might get a kick out of Brian McGackin's (AKA the "Broet Laureate's") slender-but-fun volume of poems anyway.
Warning: full of Inception spoilers!
Made for for Vancouver's Virgin Radio 95.3 Fake Film Festival, this one-minute movie retells the story of the 148-minute Inception.
Here's an excerpt from the 1985 special It's Your 20th TV Anniversary, Charlie Brown. There are worse ways to spend six minutes this
A word ladder is the challenge for today's Wednesday Wordplay segment at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
How America turned poverty into a crime.
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??If you're from a town with a strong union presence, you know that if new commercial construction happens without union labor, protests often follow.
Eighty-one years ago today, Betty Boop made her debut on the big screen.
USS Monitor was the Union's first ironclad warship in the Civil War; it was built is response to Confederate construction of the ironclad Virginia (previously known as Merrimack when in wooden fo
Oldfangled, meaning old-fashioned, is a word. Overway, meaning something has gone on for too long, is not.
Stereoscopic GIFs alternate between the left and right images of a stereogram, capturing the same image from two different vantage points positioned inches apart.
Retracing the life of August Landmesser and his tragic family history.
Trained law enforcement officers and negotiators apprehend the vast majority of criminals. Sometimes, though, a civilian steps in and makes their job much easier.
The mentalfloss.com Brain Game presents: Tuesday Test Time.
Transplant patient Lyndon Baty can't attend school in person since his immune system shut down. So he controls a robot that attends classes for him.
I made $8 at my mom’s garage sale last weekend. That wasn’t a typo—I only made eight dollars, which put me in the hole about $79 when you factor in the speeding ticket I got on the way to her house.