Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.
It's Free-for-All Friday here at the mental_floss Brain Game. Today, we've offered anagrams of the titles of five singles that hit #1 on the U.S. pop chart in the early 1980s.
Think about it: when someone hugs you, it lasts about three seconds. But it's not just a rule for hugs -almost everything we do happens in three-second durations!
You can find just about any version of Monopoly you want these days - in fact, you can even buy a blank and make your own.
Television’s February sweeps period started Thursday and runs through March 2, so brace yourself for a slew of guest stars, wedding episodes, and other attention-grabbers.
I love a good cover song. Heck, I like a bad cover song, mostly because I've always secretly desired to be a musician but lack pitch, tone, rhythm, timbre, melody, harmony and, well, talent.
We added a member to our stable of second-generation _flossers last night. Welcome to the world, Marshall Oliver Perkins! And just in time for the Super Bowl!
Werner Herzog's latest documentary is about the Chauvet Cave, which is remarkable primarily for its cave paintings -- dating from the ice age, the paintings are surprisingly detailed, and some sh
OK, I'll admit right off the bat, they're not *my* reasons, they're Hank Green's.
Attention: Nerds, Knowledge Junkies and people who like to leave their house to drink and win stuff! We're bringing our rollicking Trivia Show to Durham, North Carolina, on Monday, February 7.
We doubt any pup would turn down a cheeseburger, but put a couple of slices of bacon on it and it goes from a standard supper to doggone
This Sunday, all eyes will be on Dallas when the Packers and Steelers face off in the Super Bowl.
A couple of weeks ago I linked to a map of the US in which each state was labeled with a kind of food associated with the
Please enjoy the Think Thursday challenge from the mental_floss Brain Game.
You probably remember how the Berlin Wall fell, but do you know how and why it was erected?
In February 1884, the first volume - A through Ant - of the Oxford English Dictionary was published.