The little plastic bit on the end of your shoelace is called an aglet.
"¢ While he didn't have much to say, this guy knew how to party.
Does that little green strawberry stem count as an "l"? I guess it doesn't matter. Valentine's Day is not the day to pick nits.
I noticed this driving down Venice Boulevard in Los Angeles the other day.
Last week we looked at Ben Fry's Atari 2600 Cartridge Source Code project, which used game source code to make attractive, data-rich images. But Mr.
The deep-sea squid is a strange beast, and the more we learn about it, the stranger it gets.
Try our Candy Hearts match-upÂ and find out if your heart rules your head (or vice versa).
Thanks to the ACME Heart Maker for generating the
Sergei Prokofiev was one of those precocious Mozartian geniuses, composing his first piece at the age of five and his first opera at the age of seven.
It's a prime monthÂ to be loving (orÂ missing)Â New York--you can distract yourself from the windchill byÂ attending Westminster, or V-day-induced power ballad parties, or...by crashing the Toy F
The only soap I ever begged my parents for was Lava. I can remember using it in science class after a particularly messy lab.
Don't expect this guy to show up on your local fish market's list of daily specials -- he's over 380-million years old.
One of the distinct Â displeasures of full-time employment--and of not having TiVo--is the inability to watch daytime television.
Had to share this image, or lack thereof. The peril of high-tech billboards in the digital age.
[Photoshop fun provided by Werbewunderland, via
For the past 5 years, mental_flossÂ has beenÂ on a mission to help our readers live like geniuses.
We have previously covered Spam poetry and eloquent spam, but the time has come for Spamusement, a comic strip based on real spam subject lines received by the author.
In our workaday world, sleeping during the day tends to have some negative associations: laziness, unemployment and depression.