Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty glass.
On Arrested Development, when George Michael Bluth finds himself around his cousin Maeby, he begins stammering and mumbling. He freezes up.
Sweet Sixteen schools are obviously pretty good at basketball (this year, anyway). But they're also pretty good at coming up with interesting classes that have students clamoring to enroll.
Installment #10: In the years leading up to 1912, Britain and Germany became locked in a naval arms race based on the two imperial powers’ fundamentally different perceptions and aims.
Each week Miss Kathleen provides links to a variety of stories about libraries, authors, and books.
Those in the craft scene know that you can make anything with yarn and crochet hook.
Today's mentalfloss.com Brain Game Think Thursday challenge needs only a number for a solution.
China's Great Leap Backward.
Phone Booth Cramming was a late-1950s fad with a simple premise: cram a phone booth full of dudes (and/or ladies) and take a picture before the people on the bottom suffocate.
With the fifth season of Mad Men premiering this Sunday, I felt it was time to dust off a classic set of videos I first saw in 2010.
Here's a fun roundup of odd fruits and veggies. If you have any experience eating any of them, we're all ears! The comments are open below...
Everybody's been talking about the Etch A Sketch since Mitt Romney's communications director suggested the candidate would be resetting his campaign after the primaries:
Image credit: Valet Custom Cabinets & ClosetsThe Murphy Bed, also known as a wall bed, fold down bed or pull down bed, is a bed that’s hinged at one end so it can be folded up and stored verticall
• Vinegar is, essentially, fermented fruit, though it can be made from anything containing sugar.
One of my favorite parts of The Simpsons is The Itchy & Scratchy Show, a cartoon within a live action show within a cartoon (Itchy & Scratchy is a cartoon on The Krusty the Clown Show,
The soul of a horror movie lies in the strength of the monster. Freddy Krueger, Hannibal Lecter—these icons endure because they got under our skin and stayed there long after the lights went up.