Pepsi-Cola was originally called “Brad’s Drink.”
Finally, there's a use for all those LPs that have been collecting dust in your closet: sleeveface!
The short answer is that the United States got a really great lease on Guantanamo Bay.
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All through history there have been people, mostly men, who devote years and years of their lives building something very unique and personal. Lucky for us, these erections are built to last.
It's a Poem! It's a Riddle! It's two, two, two mints in one! Depending on your perspective, I'm getting better (or worse) at devising bad riddles. Give this one a good think...
The first draft of Star Wars was pretty awful. Bad enough to make you wonder what difference it would have made if George Lucas had rewritten the prequels a couple more times.
A heartfelt thanks on this Memorial Day to all those who lost their lives in service of our country.
One each of these four famous people served in the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S.
At the request of reader Becci, this weekend's edition of "Feel Art Again" features Tokihiro SatÅ.
Taking a moment away from odd uses of a piano keyboard, here are 13 super cool computer keyboards and 15 more that are awfully strange.
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Before you head out for your Memorial Day festivities, have some fun watching the some of the biggest viral video stars of all time.
The only reality show I'll watch (okay, admit to watching) is Top Chef. But sometimes I think I'm a little behind the curve and don't understand the techniques they talk about.
PopCandy shared a link yesterday to Peerun.com, a site that hopes to solve one of life's biggest problems "“ finding a time to pee during movies.
Now, this one isn't a mental_floss quiz, but I thought it was a lot of fun. Head over to Dennis Cooper's blog for his Alan presents ...