Obsessive nose picking is called rhinotillexomania.
When playing around on the web, sometimes we'll try a shortcut by accessing a site directly instead of searching for it, and we'll end up with something way different than what we anticipate
Despite my video and computer game obsessions of recent years "“ Guitar Hero, The Sims and World of Warcraft among them "“ if I had to rank the best games ever, Oregon Trail would still make
It was 140 years ago yesterday "“ May 10, 1869 "“ that "The Last Spike" was driven into America's first transcontinental railroad.
You hear it bandied about all the time -- such-and-such celebrity is an "A-lister," or an actor you recognize from a minor role or two might reside on the "D-list." But did you kn
Last month, two members of the Washington Nationals took to the field without noticing their team name was misspelled on their jerseys.
The eleventh Star Trek feature film, named simply Star Trek, opened over the weekend to rave reviews.
Changing one letter at a time to create new words - and leaving the other letters in their original spots - can you change the word GRASP to the word FLOSS in onlyÂ four steps?
Before I even get into the subject, let me just state up front: I know there are plenty of other songs that are usually played back-to-back on the radio. These are just some of my favorites.
President Obama and comedian Wanda Sykes both had plenty of fun to poke at everyone at the annual White House Correspondents Association dinner Saturday night.
The Maldives is an island nation in
Mothers come in all shapes, forms, classifications, and species.
In case you weren't obsessively refreshing mentalfloss.com all week, here's what you missed:
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Criss Angel walks through glass, and someone on the internet offers an explanation of how.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it: Spiders are getting bigger! (May cause anxiety for arachnophobes).
To all the moms in the audience, I wish you a very happy Mothers' Day!
Author/minor celebrity/hobothusiast John Hodgman is a man of many talents. He's an author, actor, and even Resident Expert on The Daily Show. I'll admit, I'm kind of a fan.
Sitcoms taught me a lot about the working world. Dr. Jason Seaver (Growing Pains) proved that working from home was an option.