In a 1917 letter to Winston Churchill, Admiral John Fisher used the phrase "O.M.G."
After we stumbled across some incredible Bill Nye fan fiction, we decided to see what else is out there.
A week ago today we lost Dave Brubeck, my second-favorite jazz pianist (on my living room stereo he is only surpassed by Vince Guaraldi).
The English version of Wikipedia features over 4.1 million entries. If my calculations are correct, I’ve read most of them.
Remember that kid in elementary school who would eat anything for a quarter? It turns out he wasn’t just trying to make up for a lack of personality to make friends or get attention.
Tonight's 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief is the latest in a long tradition of performers coming together to raise spirits and money for a charitable cause.
When characters are gay or lesbian - or have had some significant same-sex experiences - screenwriters sometimes sidestep those facets of their stories entirely when it comes to the big screen.
Today is a big day for lovers of the number 12, and no one loves 12s more than the members of the Dozenal Society.
1. There’s This One
2. This One
3. Of Course There’s Always This
We’ve compiled some of the best worst pregnancy advice through the ages. Please don't tell any pregnant women they shouldn't look at monkeys.
The future, it turns out, is coming sooner than even Trek's writers could have imagined.
Many people of a certain age look back at the 1980s as the golden age of toys. But some action figures just didn't resonate—at least back then.
Is budgeting your holiday spending a tricky proposition? Look no further.
Fancy yourself a logophile ... and didn't have to look up "logophile"? See if you know these 12 words for common things.
American cartooning began well before 1937, the year Walt Disney’s full-length animated feature Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs debuted to astonished audiences.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Wednesday Wordplay challenge references a fascinating list you can browse once you see the answer.