In 1980, Detroit presented Saddam Hussein with a key to the city.
Killing off a popular TV character is a surefire way to get your show noticed. But for some characters who were supposed to die, the writers just couldn't do it.
Party Crashing: A 1,000-Year Old Muslim Step-By-Step Guide
As the article states:
This book, which contains flirtation, profanity, and even a little drunkenness, is a lot of fun and offers a rathe
You probably had dozens of them in a shoebox. They were strange and awesome and … pink. But just what were those M.U.S.C.L.E. figures anyway? Let’s take a look.
Forty years ago, on November 29, 1972, a startup called Atari announced the release of Pong, a coin operated “video game.” The company’s name was taken from the ancient Japanese b
Let's say you worked at a major TV network. Your job is to revive one show from the 1990s with the original cast, but years later. Not a remake.
In my house, we really like Mexican food. And Thai food. Oh, and Chinese food. We like all food, I guess, but that’s sort of beside the point.
Next time you try to avoid a sick friend or refuse to hug a sick family member, don't feel bad—you're just doing it to protect yourself.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Wednesday Wordplay challenge brings with it a brand new word ladder.
The Powerball lottery passed 500 million dollars -the biggest jackpot ever.
The walls of the educational hall of fame are lined with photos of the best teachers: Miss Frizzle. Mr. Wizard. And Bill Nye, the Science Guy.
The most impressive thing about this photo isn't the way the sun looks as it is setting behind the weeping willow. It's that it's not really a weeping willow at all.
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“But It’s Already Cheap!?!”
Improv Everywhere creates a Black Friday mob at the dollar store.
What’s next? Bungee jumping woodchucks? BASE jumping otters?