Facebook engineers originally wanted to call the "Like" button the "Awesome" button.
OK, so the shirts aren't exactly new (they've been here for a week), but the discount does end tomorrow at midnight.
At this point, many of you have already filled out your NCAA March Madness brackets for a pool with coworkers or classmates.
(Ahem.) Forgive my enthusiasm. But we loved the entries from this week's pet photo challenge so much, we thought the best way to honor the six silliest kitty pictures was to LOL them ...
The Iain MacMillan photograph gracing the 1969 Beatles album Abbey Road made it one of the most famous album covers ever.
Last year I was walking on the beach here in L.A. and I saw a gal wearing this Aphids Suck tee. I remember thinking: if there isn't a t-shirt for everything now! Man-o-man. Poor
Fred Rogers would have been 80 years old today. In honor of the occasion, Mr McFeely asks you to wear your favorite sweater on March 20th.
In Most Species, Faithfulness Is a Fantasy.
The late Sir Arthur C. Clarke was loved by nerds and normals alike for his contributions to literature, film, and technology.
The live-action Superman had had a decent run on network television, so in 1966, ABC pondered the ratings potential of another comic book hero: Batman.
We've narrowed down all the punny entries from last week's Best Pun IN THE WORLD!! Competition and settled on the following 10.
The results have been tallied from our 7th caption contest and we have our winner!
It's my pleasure to introduce the newest member of the mental_floss team.
We've talked about several different archetypes of monster here thus far -- the zombie, which includes other mute, lumbering killing machines like Jason and Michael Myers, and the vampire, who if
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From the Dutch koekje (diminutive of koek, "cake") we have what we know so fondly as the cookie.