In the 1980s, a beer-drinking goat was elected mayor of Lajitas, TX.
Since last week's post about deaf babies learning to hear through technological advancements, I've been obsessed with inspirational videos.
We’ve ranked our favorite fictional bears by your likelihood of surviving an unplanned run-in with them.
Gene Wilder Lives In A World of Pure Imagination
How else could you explain his inspired idea for Willy Wonka’s grand entrance?
This Town Is F#%king Expensive
The going rate for uttering a v
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If you haven’t read The Diary of a Young Girl in a while (or even if you have), here are 10 things you should know.
We’ve featured cakes for kids, horror fanatics, film aficionados, geeks and gamers, so here are some cakes for those of you who spend your days on Reddit, The Daily What and BuzzFeed.
Star Trek: The Next Generation had a habit of ending on a positive note, particularly in the first season before those pesky Borg showed up in Season 2.
What do we want robots to do for us? The field of robotics is making great leaps in robot abilities, but these abilities come one at a time.
Here's today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Tuesday Test Time challenge. Give it a shot!
The names of which two U.S.
The Museum of the Confederacy is asking your help in identifying the people in eight Civil War-era photographs.
Lawn darts, or Jarts, were all the rage in the 1980s.
Thanks to lost paperwork, diplomatic technicalities, or just plain forgetting they had declared war in the first place, many countries remained in a state of war long after the actual fighting had sto
You guys are still into tongue twisters, right?
I didn't want to admit it. Even for me, it just seemed too childish.
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Let’s Save These 11 Places, Shall We?
On this day of amazing lists of 11 here at mental_floss, it seems fitting to share another notable compilation of that number.