The USDA allows the term "wyngz" for wing-like chicken products that contain no wing meat.
Flickr has a great pool called Gee, That Looks Terrible! which features thousands scanned ads for food products and from recipe books from the 40s-70s.
When you think of the price of wine, you usually associate it with the age, right? Well, that’s only partly true, at least when it comes to some of the most expensive bottles ever sold.
Finally you can own furniture that both peace lovers and war mongers can appreciate.
The nine white squares inside the main red grid should be filled with the digits 1 through 9. Each digit should appear only once in this main grid (the red square).
If you notice your flowers have a habit of drooping too quickly, Viagra could help keep the stems up.
In the early 1970s, millions of Americans bought and wore metal bracelets each inscribed with the name of one American who was missing in action or a POW in the Vietnam War.
The early bird gets big savings in the mental_floss store. This week, practically everything is 20% off — t-shirts, Law School in a Box, Split Decision, Freudian Slippers, and lots more.
Extra! Extra! "They're two of the most recognized and beloved characters in American culture -- Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch.
I was busy trick-or-treating last Sunday and didn't post my weekly recap, so here's a look at the most read mentalfloss.com stories from the last two
NFL WEEK NINE
Apologies for this column being a day late, but I've been focused on doing my part to crank out the next issue of mental_floss magazine.
As Ralph Kramden used to say, "One of these days, Alice, bang! Zoom! Straight to the moon!" Watch out, Alice, that day may have arrived!
Remember those little fuzzy bear things that saved the day in the movie Return of the Jedi?
From Badgers and Boilermakers to Hoosiers and Hawkeyes, the Big Ten Conference boasts an interesting set of school nicknames.
Premiering Sunday, November 7, on the National Geographic Channel: Great Migrations.