The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
It's Thursday night, _flossers, meaning it's time for everyone's favorite version of The Late Movies: GUESS THE THEME! All the songs below have something in common.
Now here's something special: a 35-minute documentary by Vivian Kubrick (who was then 17 years old) about the making of The Shining.
Kim Jong-Il, the villainous dictator of North Korea, has reportedly decreed that all waitresses working at prestigious restaurants must undergo eyelid surgery to make them appear more “Western.” We’ve
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I’m not the biggest superhero fan, but for some reason I am very engrossed by the incredibly detailed graphical breakdown known as The Illustrious Omnibus of Super Powers.
The National Parks Service announced that the Statue of Liberty will be closed for a year for renovations starting in late October.
The title of my post today comes from the Alien movie poster—it's the film's tagline, if you recall.
Some years ago, I wrote about 8 Wacky Fall Festivals, which didn't even scratch the surface of the roster of odd municipal celebrations around the USA.
It's time once again to Think Thursday at the mentalfloss.com Brain Game.
Preserving human history in a National Park.
Though some of the greatest advertising slogans in history seem relatively simple ("Just Do It" is only three words, after all), most of the time, they're anything but.
With the chaos in the streets of London this week, we've been reading up on other riots in history.
For your viewing pleasure, here are fourteen great Muppets performances -- some involving the original artists!
The three least articulate Muppets share their brilliant, touching inter
If there’s one thing I’ve learned over my years, it’s that people will try to put a camera in anything.
Earlier this year, Ranker.com assembled a list of food-centric town names. It made us hungry. Here's how some of those places got those delicious monikers.
1. Hot Coffee,
As you may have heard, the United States’ gigantic national debt means we’re firmly in our creditors’ pockets. But what about countries on the opposite end of the spectrum?